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General Discussion / Re: The left thinks DeSantis is worse than Trump
« Last post by Joe Gutfeld on June 02, 2023, 11:21:48 AM »
I think that Trump is worse
General Discussion / Re: DeSantis pledges to fire FBI director on day one
« Last post by Joe Gutfeld on June 02, 2023, 11:20:33 AM »
I feel that DeSantis has to completely clean house if he does get elected president.
General Discussion / Re: The left thinks DeSantis is worse than Trump
« Last post by Nachus on June 02, 2023, 01:17:23 AM »
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  While Donald Trump to a ‘certain degree’
  was “probably” somewhat “helpful” in
  “helping” Ron DeSantis to become Governor,
  DeSantis does not lack gratitude for that but
  it was ultimately on his own merits. It is more
  that feels that he would make an overall better
General Discussion / Re: JTF endorses Governor Ron DeSantis for President (video)
« Last post by Nachus on June 02, 2023, 12:39:46 AM »
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   He’s got to increase his popularity
   if he can even among loyal Trumpsters
   in order to sway them and other Republicans
   and “Conservative” voters why it would benefit
   them to vote for him.
General Discussion / Re: DeSantis pledges to fire FBI director on day one
« Last post by Nachus on June 02, 2023, 12:31:15 AM »
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  And Donald Trump has the chutzpah to refer to
  Ron DeSantis as a novice while DeSantis has
  political experience as a Governor while Trump did
  not have any before, only appealing to the ‘left’ mainly.
  DeSantis, because he is surely devoted to making his
  point by ‘proving himself,’ is now a hungrier and more
  viable candidate.
Gov. Ron DeSantis is not letting outlaw invaders work in Florida anymore.  But the illegals have outsmarted the governor with the perfect strategy.  In response to the legislation, illegal aliens are refusing to work.  This is NOT because they are lazy Mexicans, it is because they are protesting the fact that they can't work by not working.  Instead they will all be out in the streets drawing attention to their cause.  So what if the police and ICE now know where to find them all?  If the police come along they will just try to look busy...but not busy enough to get in trouble for working.  If worst comes to worst, they can just self-deport.  Checkmate.

In the wake of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signing an anti-illegal immigration bill, activists from coast to coast are hosting “A Day Without Immigrants” marches, gatherings, and worker strikes on Thursday.

What we have here is a tremendous opportunity to conduct some deportations — if only we had a president willing to do so.

The Florida law, which goes into effect July 1, ensures that employers who take advantage of cheap labor by hiring illegal aliens instead of Americans are punished. It will require E-verify for certain companies, making it harder for illegal aliens to gain employment. Already, the law has caused some individuals to “self-deport” from the Sunshine State.

Now, businesses in various cities are shutting down for the day, and employees are refusing to show up for work. Many of these workers are illegal immigrants. The goal, activists say, is to draw attention to DeSantis’ law and how it could impact the economy.

"A Day Without Immigrants" protests are taking place across the US

— CNN (@CNN) June 1, 2023

The Florida law does not have any impact on legal immigrants. It targets illegal immigrants and those who employ them.

Nonetheless, folks such as TikToker Samuel Ruiz have taken to social media to encourage the protest.

“Just shut down for a day, let them know that your taco stand is not going to be open, your yard isn’t going to get mowed, your roof is not going to get built,” Ruiz said in one video. “Sooner or later if we do not speak up or we allow this kind of targeting in a certain community it could spread through the whole country.”

Have you ever noticed that leftists only value illegal aliens because they provide cheap labor? It’s a bit degrading.

As for Ruiz’s worries that the Florida law could become national, that depends if Republicans decide to pursue policies that work at the national level. Many in the GOP establishment support amnesty and letting illicit workers stay.

For others, a national E-verify system sounds like a dream. Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) has argued that “E Verify may be the single most important immigration issue.”

E Verify maybe the single most important immigration issue. Also tells you who’s willing to buck the chamber of commerce to serve our citizens.

— J.D. Vance (@JDVance1) January 10, 2022

Thousands of individuals voluntarily fleeing the country after unlawfully crossing the border also sounds great. Then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney advocated having harsh national laws that would cause such “self-deportation.”

“The answer is self-deportation, which is people decide they can do better by going home because they can’t find work here because they don’t have legal documentation to allow them to work here,” Romney said in 2011. “And so we’re not going to round people up.”

Eleven years later, it looks like Romney’s plan is happening in Florida. On a national level, voluntary removal would certainly make the Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s job a lot easier.

It should be noted that this isn’t the first “A Day Without Immigrants.” The event also occurred in 2017, the first year of the Trump administration.

The result was the same: Hundreds of individuals participated, many openly admitting that they broke the law to get into the country, and yet for some reason the federal government has no interest in removing them or going after these individuals — even though we know where they work and live.

Obviously, the Biden administration has no interest in closing the border, deterring illegal immigration, or mass deporting individuals. The Biden administration would rather wait for illegal aliens to commit a violent crime before deportation is considered.

So, there won’t be any deportations or a national crackdown on illegal immigration at this year’s “A Day Without Immigrants.” But if a Republican presidential candidate wins in 2024, then maybe he or she can beef up ICE enforcement or listen to Romney’s answer for how to properly remove illegal immigrants. We can all dream.
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  He is well meaning as he
  speaks of these 7 principles.

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