July 2, 2016
By Lana Shadwick
Fourteen hundred pages of recently uncovered calendar records from high-ranking officials at the Obama Administration reveal just how many resources and time the administration will spend trying to push through its immigration policies, including executive amnesty.
A tied 4-4 U.S. Supreme Court vote left a lower court’s decision blocking President Obama’s executive amnesty program in place. U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is looking into options to challenge the latest court action which leaves a halt to the November 2014 executive amnesty order, as Breitbart Texas reported on June 28 in an article by Managing Director Brandon Darby.
Officials engaged in a year-and-a-half-long court battle when Texas led twenty-five other states in fighting the unlawful executive action. Just released calendar records from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) (attached below) detail every meeting that Secretaries Janet Napolitano and Jeh Johnson took part in between January 2013 to January 2016. These show just how much time and effort this federal administration will use to further their immigration agenda.
Over 1,400 pages of records were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request after the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) made a request for these records. The documents provide a behind-the-scenes look into Obama’s major second term amnesty-push and importantly show just how committed he was, with or without Congress, to force through his open borders agenda. Among other things, the meetings during this period show that DHS recruited some of the top legal minds in the open borders movement creating an inner-circle within the agency that worked continuously with Secretary Jeh Johnson on amnesty and immigration. … Read the full story by Lana Shadwick.
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