Don’t ever get your hopes up for whoever Obama nominates for any position. Today was the confirmation hearing for new U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
In the video below, Senator Jeff Sessions was asking Lynch if she believed illegal aliens crossing the border had the same rights to employment in America as Americans and lawful, legal immigrants.
Unsurprisingly, she said she preferred these illegal aliens to participate in the workforce than not to, and that the right to work is shared by everyone, regardless how they arrived in America.
With this reasoning, it is no surprise that she also supports Obama’s unlawful executive action he took on amnesty. I’m not sure about others, but I never have much optimism for ALL nominations under this president. Every single nominee in every department are incompetent, liberal individuals aiding in Obama to downgrade this country.
Imagine crossing into Mexico illegally, demanding you get an education and entitled to a job. They would throw you in prison faster than you can blink, eventually deporting you back here. Mexico isn’t the only country. There are many other countries that have enough common sense to not let illegal aliens bully them into demands such as entitlements. But not here in America, at least nowadays.
I do agree we need some immigration reform, but not the same draconian reform the left is demanding. We cannot condone illegal immigration and amnesty, but we can reduce the bureaucracy and make the immigration system simpler since it is already very complicated. The incentive to come legally needs to be increased drastically too. Because of all the entitlements and lack of deportations nowadays, there is more incentive to cross the border and arrive illegally, which is absolutely reprehensible.
And so Loretta Lynch is no exception. She’s another Obama nominee for political reasons. She is no expert on the U.S. Constitution, as Obama likes to think he is, and she is certainly no expert on immigration either. Individuals like Lynch are supporting the entitlements illegals receive, and then they wonder why people keep crossing the border. Because Lynch and those on the left continue to support the very incentives that have people continuing to cross the border.
My father and his family were immigrants from Egypt, with a Syrian and Italian background, coming here in 1969. They worked hard to get here, a legal process that took a few years, to arrive the right way. Plus my grandfather made the great sacrifice to bring his family here with the money he had. Why should someone who illegally crosses the Mexican, or Canadian border, deserve the same rights to employment as individuals like my dad and his family? We know life isn’t fair, but that’s no excuse to be apathetic and let injustices to keep occurring. These type of issues will not go away until we address them. Despite these injustices, I’m still optimistic and still believe we can bring back the America where those who worked hard and did the right thing get rewarded the most.