Dem Senator Urges Illegals To Join Gov Programs To “Make It More Difficult To Undo President’s Directives”

DirDemocrat Senator Blumenthal along with some illegal aliens in Connecticut. (Image People’s World)

If a U.S. citizen assisted a known criminal in committing an illegal act they would rightfully be charged with aiding and abetting.

But when a United States Senator encourages known criminals to join government programs in order to circumvent a court’s ruling it’s considered politics.

The Communist Party USA news, People’s World, reports that after the recent Federal court ruling freezing President Obama Executive Amnesty plan, Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal met with illegal aliens in Connecticut and encouraged them to enroll in government programs in order to make it more difficult to undo the President’s directives:

“NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Vowing not to be deterred by the Texas federal court ruling which temporarily stopped implementation of President Obama’s immigration directives, families being hurt and their advocates gathered in New Haven City Hall to tell their stories to Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and lay out ideas for an action plan.

They told of increasing concerns in the community that dreams will be put on hold once again, and that lives would be endangered if a different president rescinds the directives. The consensus was that the larger the number of people who apply, the harder it will be to invalidate the program.

Clinics to assist those eligible to apply for the Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) and expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) are going forward throughout Connecticut, and Blumenthal promised to come by to offer support and allay fears.

“The more people who apply, the more difficult it will be to undo the directives from the President,” he said.

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