Administration Scheming to By-Pass Congress with Mass Amnesty

After a couple of very quiet weeks, things became a bit hectic this week after our very own Director of Government Relations, Rosemary Jenks, learned of an Amnesty plan being discussed behind closed doors that includes the abuse of executive actions. The news was made public on Tuesday when Sen. Chuck Grassley drafted a letter signed by seven other Senators, asking the White House for answers.

So what exactly is being discussed behind closed doors by the Democratic Leadership?

Since Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi can't secure enough votes in Congress to pass a mass Amnesty bill this year, the Obama Administration is thinking of using two executive actions to offer an Amnesty to the nation's estimated 11-18 million illegal aliens.

By using 'deferred action' or 'parole', the Administration is planning to provide the nation's illegal aliens with work permits and temporary legal status while Congress searches for votes on a mass Amnesty bill.

Although legislation grants the administration authority to issue such reprieves, they were intended to be used on a case-by-case basis, and only for extenuating circumstances. Clearly, they weren't intended for more than 10 million illegal aliens at one time.

Read a full analysis of what the Administration plans to do in Roy's blog Rich Big Biz Types Pledge New Effort To Have More Foreign Workers While 25 Million Americans Can't Find Full-Time Job | NumbersUSA - For Lower Immigration Levels, and then listen to this radio interview with Rosemary for more details YouTube - (Audio Only) Rosemary Jenks Explains Executive Amnesty on KFI's John and Ken Show.

Since we learned of this 'sneaky amnesty plan', you've sent nearly 300,000 faxes to the White House and your Members of Congress. We've started a new petition to the President, voicing opposition to this plan. NumbersUSA | For Lower Immigration Levels - For Lower Immigration Levels

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