I feel bad for Chicago Police Chief Eddie Johnson. His city stabbed him in the back when it deep-sixed a sensational, alleged, and maybe non-existent hate crime that sent his officers on a costly snipe hunt. Johnson’s anger at the dropped charges was more than justified, but like taxpayers’ unhappiness at the unacknowledged social injustice perpetrated in their state every day it simply doesn’t matter and changes absolutely nothing.
Democrats take advantage of every opportunity to obstruct collaboration between state and local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities. They can’t and won’t admit that criminal aliens cross the Southern border to set up shop in the U.S. As time passes and the evidence mounts they only dig in their heels and resist every effort to get the truth out to the public and do something about the problem.
It’s absolutely stunning to imagine after the GOP loss of the House that even a single Republican Senator could follow defeat with a refusal to agree with the president on something as basic as preserving our national sovereignty. On Thursday twelve GOP members of the Senate did exactly that when they sided with Democrats across the aisle and in the House to pass the Joaquin Castro (D-TX) resolution to quash Trump’s emergency declaration.
Democrats are taking another stab at immigration policy failure. In typically deceptive fashion they called H.R. 6 The American Dream and Promise Act at its March 12, 2019 unveiling.
The real purpose of this bill is less flashy and a lot more honest:
To authorize the cancellation of removal and adjustment of status of certain aliens, and for other purposes.
Diversity is a pillar of the Democratic agenda that is threatening to crush hopes for a sweeping takeover next year. One of the party’s greatest strengths has always been its ability to reach a consensus, or at least the appearance of agreement on what members stand for.