You know it’s bad when liberal activists are blaming BOTH parties for the reopening of government without getting what they wanted. Liberal activists have hijacked the Democrat Party and moved the goalpost even more to the left so that it’s nearly impossible to come to any agreement with them. They want millions of illegals to receive amnesty…
IT’S WHAT THIS WAS ALL ABOUT:
This is a tipping point in America where we cannot and should not give in to lawlessness. The 8 years of open borders with Obama nearly destroyed America. We have got to close the borders and deport the illegals…Keep up the messaging on social media! It’s working!
STEPHEN MILLER’S TWEET TODAY IS EVERYTHING IN A NUTSHELL:
Democrats are starting to feel how Republicans felt before Donald Trump joined the party.
— Stephen Miller (@StephenMilIer) January 22, 2018
LIBERAL ACTIVISTS FUME:
Liberal activists are furious with Democratic senators after most of them agreed to reopen the federal government without a firm path to shielding young immigrants from deportation.
As the third day of the shutdown dawned, liberal advocates and immigration groups fired off a joint statement blasting as “unacceptable” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) offer to merely hold a vote on immigration — with no promises for action from the House or White House — in exchange for Democratic votes to reopen the government. But three hours later, Democratic senators agreed to just those terms — sparking anger on the left.
SO WHAT WAS THE “WOMEN’S MARCH” ABOUT THEN?
“Millions of people flooded the streets of every major American city to stand up to Trump this weekend,” tweetedLeah Greenberg, the co-executive director of the influential activist network Indivisible. “Your constituents want you to fight. How can you possibly not understand that?”
SCHUMER TRIES TO SAVE FACE:
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Monday argued Democrats secured critical assurance for Dreamers, who are at risk for deportation as soon as March after President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.