Obama Expected to Enact Executive Amnesty for Millions of Illegals After European Trip Next Week


Obama may not worry about insignificant matters like the beheading of an American journalist, but he knows what really matters — getting five million new voters for Democrats by enacting executive amnesty! And he’ll do it by executive order because he doesn’t need Congress to get stuff done.

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President Barack Obama will reportedly grant temporary amnesty to nearly 5 million illegal immigrants after he comes back from his European trip to Estonia and Wales, which takes place next week.

On MSNBC’s Jose Diaz-Balart, Chris Jansing, the network’s senior White House correspondent, said that executive amnesty is not expected this week and “senior White House officials” believe the executive amnesty “will probably affect somewhere in the neighborhood of maybe 5 million undocumented immigrants.”

Obama, who has indicated that he will enact some form of executive amnesty “by the end of summer,” is scheduled to travel to Estonia and then to Wales Sept. 4-5 for the NATO Summit. Obama returned this week to the White House from his vacation in Martha’s Vineyard.

Screw all of those idiots who have been trying to deal with bureaucratic red tape by attempting to immigrate to the United States legally. Maybe next time they’ll learn their lesson and just sneak across the border — in this country, breaking the law pays!

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