Obama hides aid for criminals in immigration bill

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posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 03:43 PM
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So the administration is trying to hide parts of the senate immigration bill? We could ask the obvious question of why but we know why. Some parts of the bill are bad, they know it and want to get it passed before anyone notices. Kind of a replay of the "We have to pass it to read it" tactic used for Obamacare.

Quite simply these below the radar provisions are to grant amnesty to plain old criminals.

Obama hides aid for criminals in immigration bill

The White House is trying to hide unpopular provisions in the Senate’s immigration bill that would allow immigrant criminals to stay in the country and would increase the inflow of low-skill refugees from war-torn countries, says a top White House official.

“The bill has a number of other important provisions that have stayed under the radar, and we’d actually like to keep them under the radar,” said Esther Olavarria, the White House’s director of immigration reform.

The administration want's to keep important provisions "under the radar." How very honest of them. What exactly is so bad they want to keep it out of public view?

The first section reverses parts of the 1996 immigration reform, which allowed law-enforcement authorities to deport long-term residents who have committed crimes.

The Senate bill also includes a section that offers a “path to citizenship” to illegal immigrants convicted twice of drunk driving.

One of the secret bill changes, said Olavarria, “will allow more groups [of people] to be identified as refugees and come into the country under that program.”

The Senate bill also allows people who have been staying in the United States for more than a year to apply for a refugee visa, Olavarria said. The change is important because it would allow people who have been in the country illegally for more than a year to ask for a residency visa.

They must be really desperate to get more low wage tax providers into the country. I'm sure they're counting all the new democrat voters they will accumulate as well.
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posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 03:50 PM
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Just more proof of how our wonderful leader is a devout follower of the Cloward and Piven Strategy!

Also to add, it does seem apparent that the illegals whom are already here are exempt from being arrested from laws that imprison our countries own citizens.......



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 03:59 PM
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They only have a limited amount of time to get their voting base up and running before 2016.



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 04:02 PM
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There is only one real reason for this bill...
They are using this as an excuse to require your biometrics to prove residence as a US citizen for employment. They have been pushing facial biometrics under the Real ID Act as a requirement to get your drivers license, state ID, visa, or passport, and that still has not gotten 100% of everyone's biometrics like they want.

This is also the real reason for the argument over the “photo requirement” as part of your voter registration card. Up until now your “voter registration card” is the only none-biometric “B-List” identity document that is acceptable to prove legal citizenship status for employment purposes. As they have been unable to push through a law requiring a biometric facial recognition format photo on the voters registration card, they are seeking to eliminate it as a “B-List” document.

If this immigration bill passes, in order to have a job in the US, you will be required to register through the DHS's E-Verify system. The only documents accepted under E-Verify are all biometric, facial recognition compliant ID's. They have eliminated the voter registration card as a valid B-List document for use on the E-Verify system.

That is what this whole bill is REALLY about...
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posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 04:33 PM
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defcon5
There is only one real reason for this bill...
They are using this as an excuse to require your biometrics to prove residence as a US citizen for employment. They have been pushing facial biometrics under the Real ID Act as a requirement to get your drivers license, state ID, visa, or passport, and that still has not gotten 100% of everyone's biometrics like they want.

This is also the real reason for the argument over the “photo requirement” as part of your voter registration card. Up until now your “voter registration card” is the only none-biometric “B-List” identity document that is acceptable to prove legal citizenship status for employment purposes. As they have been unable to push through a law requiring a biometric facial recognition format photo on the voters registration card, they are seeking to eliminate it as a “B-List” document.

If this immigration bill passes, in order to have a job in the US, you will be required to register through the DHS's E-Verify system. The only documents accepted under E-Verify are all biometric, facial recognition compliant ID's. They have eliminated the voter registration card as a valid B-List document for use on the E-Verify system.

That is what this whole bill is REALLY about...
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Exactly.



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 04:57 PM
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Folks ask me why I am against this biometric ID system, and for me its mainly religious reasons, but there are very valid non-religious reasons to fight this system as well.

First off, there should be no requirement for you to surrender your biometrics without “a warrant based on probable cause”. This is a major violation of both the US and many states constitutions, there is a very good reason why these protections where put in the Constitution to begin with.

Secondly, these biometrics are being used without your knowledge to make you stand in “virtual line-ups” of criminals. This is exactly how they identified the people from photos at the Boston marathon. If you had a Real ID license at that time, without your knowledge you were in the suspect “line-up”.

Third, just as with any system that the government gets their rotten hands on, they will begin to exploit it, especially when they see a financial benefit do doing so...

Imagine getting a ticket in the mail because you tossed a cigarette butt on the ground.
Drove a mile an hour over the speed limit.
Didn't come to a complete stop at every stop sign.
Stopped on the “cross walk”.
Eventually you will have this going on for real:

Any camera that picks you up, will be able to identify you, and will be connected into the governments “facial recognition surveillance web”. Considering that its estimated that people break 300 laws/day on average without even realizing it, you can see where this “silent tax” will be very lucrative for local governments.

Then if you cannot pay your fines, thanks to Florida, you can now be put in “debtors prison”, by a “collections court”. Florida has enacted this law stating that you are being put in jail not because you cannot afford the fines, which is debtors prison and unconstitutional, but because you didn't follow a court order to pay the fine. Other states have met with the Florida government out of interest in enacting the same type of system, and at last count I believe that 13 have.

You can be tracked.

You will be going through “virtual checkpoints” at every street intersection where your “papers”, warrants, etc. will be remotely checked. If something is “out of order”, the police will be notified on where you are, and where you're heading.

Up until now, only criminals have had to surrender their biometrics (fingerprints, and photo), now you are considered to be a “criminal” by your government.

According to another moderator, they have started “tracking” his exercise regime as part of complying with his works insurance plan in anticipation of obamacare. Pretty soon this will also be happening:

Heck, if you have an Xbox with a connect, it already uses facial recognition to track your exercise “stats”.

In allowing this biometric tracking we have opened Pandora’s box to the most ultimate police state tool that has ever been designed. This law is the final step to force everyone in the system with the only other option being starvation. Anyone notice that we have also made it illegal now to be homeless? So if you refuse this system, you get arrested and put in the system anyway.



posted on Sep, 23 2013 @ 05:14 PM
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While I agree that the Real ID issue is at the top of the heap for this bill never underestimate the greed and desire of career politicians in securing their positions. As primarily a democrat pushed bill this would ensure the expansion of votes for their camp. Taxable dollars are next to keep the pork barrel projects going.

It would be interesting to know who is behind the biometric portion of this bill. I'm guessing the tech and hardware lobbies with perhaps some (much?) input from parts of DHS.
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