Liberal Dominated California to Award $30 Million to DACA Students
California Democrat lawmakers are waging war against Americans who need financial aid and are not a part of the disgraceful DACA program. The Dems are working to provide $30 million for DACA recipients – this includes a $10 million allotment for financial aid for college.
I never got a deal like that . . .
In a press release that came out Tuesday, California Democrat Governor Jerry Brown, as well as legislative figures, announced their new funding plan following the president’s decision to get rid of DACA.
Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D) stated in an ignorant and misguided phrase:
“We will not let one man with xenophobic tendencies undercut years of progress we have made in California to integrate these young adults into our society and economy . . . California is their home and they are our future.”
So, instead, the state of California will take taxpayer money and give it to undeserving people who shouldn’t be here in the first place . . . Wonderful. Another insulting moment that is sewn into that phrase is the line: “they are our future,” alluding to the fact that without them we would have no future and without them our future would be undermined – this is so unbelievably ridiculous. We would be way better off if we did NOT have to spend our tax dollars on wiping their a**.
Two-thirds of the $30 million will go towards providing DACA recipients with LEGAL ASSISTANCE – Californians are literally paying to keep lawbreakers safe. The rest of that money will be split up among community college students, CSU students, and UC students.
The University of California thanked Governor Brown – it must also be noted that the UC system is planning to sue the Trump administration because of the DACA decision.
“They embody the American Dream and represent the best of our country,” Napolitano’s office stated in a press release. “The University is thankful and confident that this additional state funding will help our Dreamers achieve their ambitious educational goals.”
Democratic Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon chimed in on the $30 million, as well, saying it “will provide answers and help young Californians stay in the only country they’ve ever known.”
“Donald Trump may love chaos,” he added. “These kids don’t deserve it.”