California leaders mock the President, and his followers, then ask for favors

Screenshot 2017-11-24 at 07.42.42Now all of the sudden California’s elites want help from President Trump.

With prospects dimming for a deal this year to prevent young undocumented immigrants from deportation, California business leaders and other sympathetic groups are planning a massive push over the next few weeks to force the issue to the top of Washington’s agenda.

Activists see their December bid as their last, best shot to save some 800,000 immigrants, known as “Dreamers,” who are participating in the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program. DACA has enabled those young people – more than a quarter of whom live in California – to gain temporary legal status and protection from deportation. That protected status expires March 5, 2018, putting their worker permits in jeopardy and making them vulnerable to deportation.

In California, the impact on the economy would be significant. Business groups estimate the state has 188,000 DACA workers. “Our employers are worried about what happens if we no longer have the DACA protection,” Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Gary Toebben said last week on a call with other California business leaders. “They’ve hired these young people and they want to keep them as part of the workforce.”

Good luck with that.

Sacramento Bee



One thought on “California leaders mock the President, and his followers, then ask for favors

  1. what a load off crap.. They are illegals. That means that 188,000 AMERICAN CITIZENS now have new job opportunities and the gang bangers tha seem to be a large paart of DACCA adults will also go back to their homeland. MAGA


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