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Obama’s Immigration Lawyers’ Enrichment Act


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obamas-immigration-lawyers-enrichment-act-michelle-malkinNational Review:

The American Dream is dying for tens of millions of unemployed, underemployed, and long-term-jobless citizens. But the White House has guaranteed that one sector of the U.S. economy will thrive for decades to come: immigration lawyers.

 

Don’t believe the fibbing D.C. flacks. While the president’s spokesman Josh Earnest promised that “most” of the illegal-immigrant youths from Central America flooding across our borders will “likely” be deported, decades of reality expose the White House lie. Our deportation system is designed to fail.

 

“Due process” in deportation is a euphemism for interminable delay. According to TRAC Immigration, which gathers data on the chronically backlogged immigration-court system, there are currently more than 366,000 pending deportation cases, with average wait times nationally of nearly 600 days. There are a measly 59 immigration courts staffed by a meager 235 judges to handle all those cases.Scissors-32x32.png


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