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Janet Napolitano Sues Trump Admin to Keep 2.1 Million DACA Migrants

 
 
 
 
 
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Former DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano sued the Trump administration to keep the current DACA program in place.

At least 2.1 million illegal alien children in the US are potentially eligible for DACA—with 1.2 million having immediately met the age, education, length of residence, and other criteria when the initiative launched in 2012.

That’s a lot of potential Democrat voters. The Democrat party relies on these newbies to win elections and take the US down the road of ruin.

Napolitano admits in her statement that the University of California, a state run institution, already hires hundreds if not thousands of illegals.

Napolitano knows the Democrats need these voters no matter the cost to America.
The Washington Times reported:

The woman who created the 2012 deportation amnesty for Dreamers filed a lawsuit Friday protesting the Trump administration’s move to phase out the program, saying the decision was done on President Trump’s executive “whim.”

Janet Napolitano, who as President Obama’s Homeland Security secretary created the DACA program, is now the president of the University of California, and is leading the school system’s lawsuit demanding the program be reinstated.

She said her school system stands to lose money and the chance to educate some of its 4,000 illegal immigrant students, as well as perhaps having to let go its illegal immigrant staff.

“We really support out DACA students and part of the reason we’re filing this lawsuit it to help protect their rights,” Ms. Napolitano said.

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