"White House talking points on Tuesday urged DACA recipients to prepare for a "departure from the United States," a much starker possible future than Trump administration officials used in public when announcing an end to the program."---
It's a Goddarn disgrace what they're doing to these youngsters! I'm embarrassed,no, ashamed of how this country is treating these kids!
THE Donald is about to displace these youngsters into what's essentially (to them) a foreign land... ...rendering them homeless, jobless and helpless in a country with so little resources that people risk their lives & that of their family to cross scorching deserts to except low paying jobs no American would preform just to survive & search of American dream, ...just to have Hurricane Donald rip that dream away from them to make political points for HIS BASE Base.
And, on the subject of DACA, a fine example of these fake news spread by none other than strabismic Sarah: "It's a known fact that there are over 4 million unemployed Americans in the same age group as those that are DACA recipients; that over 950,000 of those are African Americans in the same age group; over 870,000 unemployed Hispanics in the same age group,” Sanders said during Tuesday’s press briefing. “Those are large groups of people that are unemployed that could possibly have those jobs.
This is simply not true!
"There is no evidence that the unemployed Americans, be they black, white or Hispanic, have the skills necessary to hold the same jobs occupied by the young beneficiaries of the five-year-old Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program." "Many DACA recipients are also more skilled than other immigrants because they possess a college education, so they don’t compete with low-skilled Americans,” "Of the DACA-eligible immigrants over 21 years old, 12 percent have bachelor’s degrees, 3 percent have advanced degrees, 84 percent have completed high school and some college, and 2 percent did not graduate from high school, according to an analysis by New American Economy." (WaPo. Tracy Jan)
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