House Speaker Paul Ryan’s closed-door announcement of….
slipping amnesty for nearly 800,000 illegal aliens covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program into an end-of-the-year spending deal comes less than a month after a DACA recipient has been accused of murder.
Ryan, according to members of the Republican Study Committee, is planning to put together a spending deal that includes giving amnesty to the DACA illegal aliens.
TWO REPUBLICANS: Two House Republicans confirmed to the HuffPost that Ryan mentioned at the gathering slipping DACA amnesty into the spending deal.
Ryan’s leaking of a secret plan to attach amnesty to a spending bill comes less than a month after News Reports confirmed that a DACA recipient allegedly murdered a high school student in South Carolina.
Daniel De Jesus Rangel Sherrer: 19, was one of the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation and given a work permit under DACA, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services confirmed by reports.
During a press conference, Master Deputy Ryan Flood said the DACA recipient confessed to a deputy about his alleged murder of Martinez-Gonzalez. Police say the DACA recipient had also held another teenage girl against her will but that she escaped the scene.
DACA: The latest case of a DACA illegal alien’s alleged involvement with murder is one of the thousands of cases where DACA recipients have been accused or convicted of crimes against Americans.
Angel mom Laura Wilkerson who campaign in the west coast with president trump during the Election, lost her son, Josh, when an illegal alien whom DACA shielded from deportation allegedly beat him to death and then set his body on fire.
ANOTHER EXAMPLE: Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros, an illegal alien protected by DACA, was convicted in 2014 of two counts of felony hit and run after she killed two Forest Grove, Oregon, stepsisters – Anna Dieter-Eckerdt and Abigail Robinson, ages 6 and 11, respectively – who were playing at the time of the incident.
Although screening for DACA was previously touted as being sufficient in keeping criminals out, USCIS revealed that more than 2,100 recipients had their status revoked for being criminals or gang members.
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