Liberal Senator Kamala Harris: Without DREAM ACT Thousand of Teachers could be DEPORTED

Liberal Senator Kamala Harris: Without DREAM ACT Thousand of Teachers could be DEPORTED

Senator Kamala Harris is back at it AGAIN with the fear mongering regarding Trump’s actions on DACA and DREAMers. Now she’s citing a study that purports to show that a massive 20,000 teachers could end up being deported if the President gets his way.

Those who were brought here as children through no fault of their own and have grown up in America are now facing the threat of deportation if they have not gone through the proper channels to attain citizenship. You would think that if you’re in a country, you would want to be there legally, so you can have access to all the amenities of a citizen. I mean, if you can go through the rigors of becoming a teacher and dealing with a room full of other peoples’ children for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, I think you can manage doing what it takes to become a legal citizen.

But apparently not.

Harris issued the tweet in October, when the DREAM Act was up for discussion. Apparently she is more interested in keeping around the teachers than obeying the rule of law which – as a lawmaker – is disappointing. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have anything against these people individually and I’m sure they’re outstanding teachers, but they are breaking the law and they should know better, especially as an educator.

I get that it’s a profession that few people can tolerate, let alone enjoy, but I don’t think we can break the law to keep them here. That would be wrong, because legal relativism is a slippery slope. Not to mention they’re not documented, so it’s not like we can hunt them down individually and force them to go through the process of achieving citizenship.

Unfortunately, even breaking the law and being caught doesn’t necessarily kick you off of DACA.

“[I]f the misdemeanors arose out of the same set of facts on the same date, USCIS [U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services] may look upon that misconduct as one misdemeanor rather than multiple misdemeanors,” meaning that you may still be allowed in the country even if you are breaking the law while you’re breaking the law. Absolutely outstanding! And people say we’re not the most benevolent country in the world.

They’ve had time to do what needs to be done and they simply haven’t. That’s all there is to it.

Do you support these potential deportations? Yes or no?

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