As far as I can tell, the claim of "not amnesty" rests on "no citizenship," but people working in the U.S. illegally care more about working than citizenship. As long as they aren't deported, they have defacto amnesty. Since Democrats will give citizenship the first chance they get, allowing them to stay will result in citizenship.
I supported Trump because of immigration. His economic and foreign policies are better than Clinton's, but with enough new Democrat voters looking for handouts, it's only a matter of time before the globalists offer more handouts and reverse any changes to key policies. Without reversing immigration, every victory is temporary.
There's no change possible at the ballot box because the Cathedral manufactures consent and it also manufactures dissent, the Outer Party. Being against demographic replacement is unacceptable dissent. No amount of voting will change that.
Charlie Rose - From Radar in 2007:
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