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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Fox News Obtains Draft of Obama's Immigration Executive Order Amnesty Plan

Fox News has obtained draft copies of King Barack Obama's plan to issue executive orders granting amnesty to 4.5 million illegal immigrants.

According to Fox News:
Fox News has obtained new documents from a government agency which contain detailed proposals for presidential action that could lead to legalization for undocumented immigrants. 
Mike Emanuel reported this evening that sources say President Barack Obama was briefed on the plan before his Asia trip. Executive action could be announced as early as next week. 
As part of the 10-point plan, up to 4.5 million illegal immigrants living with their American born kids would be allowed to stay in the U.S., an expansion of deferred action. The plan would also expand deferred action for DACA children. There is also a proposal to raise pay for ICE officers to boost morale.
Obama refuses to allow the new Congress time to come up with any immigration reform measures, but instead will issue executive orders granting amnesty. Obama claims that he's "waited long enough" for action on immigration reform. But one has to ask why he did NOTHING when his party controlled both houses of Congress with super-majorities?

As Charles Krauthammer said on the Fox News panel on Obama's plan, it is "constitutionally odious."

I would hope that legal organizations such as Judicial Watch or Mark Levin's Landmark Legal Foundation (or even Congress) would immediately file for court injunctions to block Obama's plans, now that we have a good idea on what they are. If that fails, then I would also hope that if Obama goes ahead with his plan, and it is found to be unconstitutional during congressional hearings, then he should be impeached and removed from office.

To read the Fox News article and see the panel discussion, go here.

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