Hillary Promises a New Government Agency to Open Up Our Borders … Hillary's open borders policy will reach fruition if she becomes president. In fact, she said … she is going to open up a new government agency to help illegal aliens and get them on a path to citizenship. She has already said that in her first 100 days, she will go much further than Barack Obama. – Independent Sentinel
Months ago, we predicted that the North American Union would return as a political issue in this presidential race. Hillary intends to move in this direction if elected.
Once president, she will reportedly take emphatic steps to do to the US what has been done in Europe: Combine countries in a larger, streamlined "partnership." In this case the countries are Canada, Mexico and the US.
We explained long ago, that a signal to bring back this disastrous idea was Trump's popular and determined intention to oppose easy migration from Mexico to the US. George Soros responded with funding for an amorphous Latin-American movement aimed at greater integration.
Top Mexican officials seized the opportunity to re-position Mexico in ways to support additional coalescing. You can see our latest article on the topic HERE: "As Predicted, North American Union Returns Under Guise of 'Greater Integration."
This surely constitutes a victory for directed history. The "union" has re-emerged as a seemingly natural evolution of political discussion. And as we've explained numerous times, we're not sure that Trump has any direct culpability. He may simply be stating and restating deeply held beliefs – as he should.
But his stance surely irritated the issue. Once killed by popular resistance, it is now front and center though the media has not yet fully focused on it. That will come in time, certainly if Hillary is elected.
More from the Sentinel:
Clinton's campaign website states that, as President, she will "defend President Obama's executive actions to provide deportation relief for DREAMers and parents of Americans and lawful residents."
Meaning, Clinton will allow millions of illegal immigrants to remain in the United States, receive work permits to legally fill American jobs, and get access to federal benefits paid for by U.S. taxpayers.
In addition, Clinton's website says she will "extend those actions to additional persons with sympathetic cases if Congress refuses to act."
Clinton will work on the immigration issue as a top priority and reportedly will try to create an Office of Immigrant Affairs for the White House to support her expanded initiatives.
The article quotes her as saying, "I am hoping that the outcome of the election, which I am working hard to ensure a victory, will send a clear message to our Republican friends that it's time for them to quit standing in the way of immigration reform,"
Her campaign is also trying to register three million more voters to ensure greater support for her platform and a win in November.