Latest Trump Policy TORCHES Democrat Plantation
Democrats take pride in the plantation. What better way to steal a man’s labor than to make a slave of him.
Before the civil war, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed, “I’ve always thought the man that made the corn should eat the corn.”
An interesting way to put a shot over the bow of slaveholding Democrats. The result was the Civil War.
But while the Civil War was fought to free blacks, no one knew revolution another would be needed to free all Americans a couple hundred years later.
How have Democrats succeeded in reinstating slavery for all Americans? Easy. Divide and conquer.
The Victimization of America
Democrats figured out how to make everybody a victim, except white men. But outside of that one group they need to demonize, Democrats use coalitions of victims. They use ethnic minorities, women, the elderly, children, and anybody else willing to accept victimhood all to generate an electoral majority.
One of the ways they’ve accomplished this with minorities is through welfare and benefits programs.
In exchange for these government handouts, those enrolled owe allegiance to Democrats, and happily provide it with their vote. This system has worked for decades, until now.
The Trump Turnaround
The Trump administration is reportedly considering a new policy that would make it more difficult for immigrants to become citizens or gain legal status if they benefit from government welfare.
While this new policy has not been implemented yet according to Politico, some immigrants are opting out of government assistance programs over fears that accepting aid could bar them from earning citizenship or a green card in the future.
Health care providers nationwide have reported receiving calls from panicked immigrants, both legal and illegal, demanding they be dropped from government assistance programs like WIC, a federally funded program that assists low-income women with providing health care and food for their young children.
Agencies in at least 18 states told Politico they have seen WIC enrollment drop up to 20 percent, a decrease they attribute to the Trump administration’s impending rule change.
As you can imagine any changes to our immigration laws and welfare systems always receives brutal criticism from Democrats.
Without hesitation, they use the “race card” to defend such reform. Additionally, the left spins such changes as a lack of “compassion” on the Republicans part.
In a statement by Rev. Douglas Greenaway, president, and CEO of the National WIC Association, he expressed his concern:
“The big concern for all of us in the WIC community is that this program is really about growing healthy babies,” “When any population that’s potential eligible for this program is either driven away by changes in regulation or legislation or simply by political rhetoric inducing fear there are huge personal consequences to those babies and their families.”
But both racism and the lack of compassion argument couldn’t be further from the truth.
This potential policy, under a concept known as “public charge,” permits the government to deny immigrants entry to the U.S. or a green card if the individuals seeking entry or lawful permanent status are reasonably believed to become primarily dependent on government resources to survive.
Funny how Democrats love ignoring existing laws.
How does is benefit an immigrant to give them a slew of handouts? Especially when American’s working class foots the bill. Democrats call immigrants “cost positive;” however, their argument is vacuous.
According to a new study released by FAIR, immigration isn’t always in our countries best interests.
America admitted over 3.5 million people since 1980, including 96,900 refugees just in 2016.
Furthermore, the annual cost to U.S. taxpayers is $1.8 billion and over five years, that financial burden skyrockets to $8.8 billion.
These numbers are only estimates because refugees will access welfare and other government assistance at different rates and the number of refugees entering the U.S also changes from year-to-year.
FAIR used the most recent admissions figures, data on federal and state public assistance programs, and information from the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), and found:
Of the $1.8 billion in resettlement costs:
- $867 billion went to welfare alone.
- In their first five years, approximately 54 percent of all refugees will hold jobs that pay less than $11/hr.
- $71 million will be spent to educate refugees and asylum-seekers. These funds primarily come from state and local governments.
- Over five years, an estimated 15.7 percent of all refugees will need housing assistance, which is roughly $7,600 per household in 2014.
America has a long-standing tradition. We help the oppressed. However, how does one fully reach their full potential as a lifelong welfare recipient?
Until the Trump administration, the idea of a merit-based system for immigrants was ignored. However, admission by merit would create more success stories, instead of people reliant on public assistance.
And with regard to this new policy DHS, which is working to update public charge policy, is trying to “better align U.S. immigration policy with federal law.”
“The administration works each day to better uphold and apply federal laws, and is always thoughtfully and carefully evaluating policy options — which in this case the public will have an opportunity to comment to fairness to the American workers and taxpayers,” the DHS official said. “Efforts to ensure our immigration processes comport with law is widely supported by the vast majority of the American electorate.”
This concept reshapes the entire argument of letting unlimited immigrants migrate under the cover of “wanting a better life.”
Out of curiosity, I wonder if anyone knows the leftist definition of a better life? Because I’ve never heard a liberal explain exactly what better is.
A better life does not include being on welfare for the rest of your life and mooching off of others. It means coming to an environment that encourages creativity, innovation, and productivity.
In addition, it means putting your hands on something- building a business, starting a career, or a family. A better life is about contributing to society and helping others while you help yourself.
That is the true purpose of the American dream. And we will always welcome those who wish to escape bad circumstances but they also must contribute to American society.
This Americanism concept is the opposite of the plantation system which the left is so hell-bent on re-creating.
It’s no wonder immigrants hate Trump and other Republicans- as much as they did at the time of America’s founding.