Report: 10 Times Barack Obama Admitted DACA Was Unconstitutional

Report: 10 Times Barack Obama Admitted DACA Was Unconstitutional

The SCOTUS delivered a crushing blow to the America First movement and the Constitution yesterday, with the help of “compromised” Chief Justice John Roberts. The high-court stopped President Trump from ending the unconstitutional executive order put in place by Barack Hussien Obama.

There’s no argument on earth that can support DACA being “Constitutional.” Justice Thomas wrote in his dissent that the court was essentially choosing politics over truth and law.

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In light of the terrible and unconstitutional ruling from the SCOTUS, let’s take a look back at the ten times Barack Obama admitted that DACA was unconstitutional.

From PJ Media

During remarks at a 2010 Cinco de Mayo Celebration
“Comprehensive reform, that’s how we’re going to solve this problem. … Anybody who tells you it’s going to be easy or that I can wave a magic wand and make it happen hasn’t been paying attention to how this town works.” —Barack Obama, May 5, 2010

During remarks on comprehensive immigration reform at American University
“…there are those in the immigrants’ rights community who have argued passionately that we should simply provide those who are [here] illegally with legal status, or at least ignore the laws on the books and put an end to deportation until we have better laws. […] I believe such an indiscriminate approach would be both unwise and unfair. It would suggest to those thinking about coming here illegally that there will be no repercussions for such a decision. And this could lead to a surge in more illegal immigration. And it would also ignore the millions of people around the world who are waiting in line to come here legally. Ultimately, our nation, like all nations, has the right and obligation to control its borders and set laws for residency and citizenship. And no matter how decent they are, no matter their reasons, the 11 million who broke these laws should be held accountable.” —Barack Obama, July 1, 2010

During an MTV/BET town hall meeting and a question-and-answer session
“I do have an obligation to make sure that I am following some of the rules. I can’t simply ignore laws that are out there. I’ve got to work to make sure that they are changed.” —Barack Obama, October 14, 2010

During a radio interview with Univision

“I am president, I am not king. I can’t do these things just by myself. We have a system of government that requires the Congress to work with the Executive Branch to make it happen. I’m committed to making it happen, but I’ve got to have some partners to do it. … The main thing we have to do to stop deportations is to change the laws. … [T]he most important thing that we can do is to change the law because the way the system works – again, I just want to repeat, I’m president, I’m not king. If Congress has laws on the books that says that people who are here who are not documented have to be deported, then I can exercise some flexibility in terms of where we deploy our resources, to focus on people who are really causing problems as opposed to families who are just trying to work and support themselves. But there’s a limit to the discretion that I can show because I am obliged to execute the law. That’s what the Executive Branch means. I can’t just make the laws up by myself. So the most important thing that we can do is focus on changing the underlying laws.”—Barack Obama, October 25, 2010

During a Univision town hall
“America is a nation of laws, which means I, as the President, am obligated to enforce the law. I don’t have a choice about that. That’s part of my job. But I can advocate for changes in the law so that we have a country that is both respectful of the law but also continues to be a great nation of immigrants. […] With respect to the notion that I can just suspend deportations through executive order, that’s just not the case, because there are laws on the books that Congress has passed […] We’ve got three branches of government. Congress passes the law. The executive branch’s job is to enforce and implement those laws. And then the judiciary has to interpret the laws. There are enough laws on the books by Congress that are very clear in terms of how we have to enforce our immigration system that for me to simply through executive order ignore those congressional mandates would not conform with my appropriate role as President.” —Barack Obama, March 28, 2011

During remarks at a Facebook town hall meeting and a question-and-answer session
“I can’t solve this problem by myself. Nancy Pelosi is a big champion of this. The Democratic Caucus in the House, I think, is prepared for–a majority of them are prepared to advance comprehensive immigration reform. But we’re going to have to have bipartisan support in order to make it happen. […] I can’t do it by myself. We’re going to have to change the laws in Congress, but I’m confident we can make it happen.”  —Barack Obama, April 20, 2011

During the 2011 Miami Dade College commencement
“I strongly believe we should fix our broken immigration system. […] And I want to work with Democrats and Republicans, yes, to protect our borders, and enforce our laws, and address the status of millions of undocumented workers. And I will keep fighting alongside many of you to make the DREAM Act the law of the land. Like all of this country’s movements towards justice, it will be difficult and it will take time.  I know some here wish that I could just bypass Congress and change the law myself. But that’s not how democracy works.  See, democracy is hard. But it’s right.” —Barack Obama, April 29, 2011

You can read the other three times Obama admitted DACA was unconstitutional here.

Has Justice Roberts been compromised, or is he just a typical globalist, much like the man who nominated him? Because let’s face it, politicians like the Bush’s want DACA – cheap labor is the cornerstone of all big-money political donors and they’re all about pleasing the people that help keep them in power.

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The swamp is deep – deeper than we ever imagined and we must continue to fight and claw our way through this muck. When it feels the most hopeless is when we must push the hardest.

This is how the left keeps winning and gaining ground. They never give up. As a matter of fact, when the chips are down they get even crazier. It’s all about winning for them – we need to adopt more of that attitude if we hope to beat these communists.

 




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