In July, Senior Obama Adviser Dan Pfeiffer told reporters at a Monitor breakfast that Obama would go ahead with a “very significant” executive action on immigration after the summer, also stating that the action would be so significant that it would probably trigger impeachment proceedings against him.
On October 6, 2014, a draft solicitation was posted by the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) looking for a company that could produce 4 million work permits and green cards per year over a period of five years, and possibly 9 million in the early stages. This document states that the solicitation is in preparation to “support possible future immigration reform initiative requirements.”
Jessica Vaughn, immigration expert at the Center for Immigration Studies and former State Department official, stated that the draft solicitation
“seems to indicate that the president is contemplating an enormous executive action that is even more expansive than the plan that Congress rejected in the ‘Gang of Eight’ bill.”
Government officials have told the public they estimate 12 million illegal aliens currently live in the U.S. If that’s the case, why the order for 34 million cards…? And should the current illegals, who are making less than minimum wage, suddenly be granted citizenship, therefore demanding higher wages get laid off, being citizens, they will now head to the…welfare and unemployment offices, receiving money American taxpayers have worked hard for that these illegals haven’t contributed to at all.
Page 28 of the request for proposal (RFD) regarding this upcoming “surge” of green card recipients, states that the
“USCIS currently has over 54 million personalized cards in circulation.”
What!!!??? According to data on the USCIS website, the agency has processed 862,000 work permits between January and June of this year alone.
Current illegal aliens are costing U.S. taxpayers $765 million per year! They are also responsible for an astounding 9,125 murders of American citizens per year. A report by the Center for American Progress calculated that the cost of deporting 11.5 million illegal aliens over a five year period would be $216 million. To accommodate the 34 million the government is expecting would cost taxpayers $648 million.
An official of the Anti-Immigration Federation for American Immigration Reform states that “there aren’t enough federal employees from here to Pluto to do adequate background checks on 34 million.” Should Obama be allowed to complete this executive action…it looks like we Americans are in for some very bad times.