RUSH: The Department of Homeland Security “government watchdog says the Obama [Regime] is continuing to award multi-million-dollar contracts to firms to quickly process millions of illegal immigrants, despite a federal court’s decision to put a stay on the president’s amnesty order.” This is just like what happened a year ago. In January a year ago, the Regime posted ads on government websites for logistics companies. They were seeking companies to help transfer and transport all of those kids that were getting in and taking months to cross the border from Central America.
Remember those tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors? The government, a month before they began arriving, started advertising for jobs, job applicants for transportation companies. Now the point of this is that even though the judge has issued a stay on Obama’s executive amnesty, but the government is still continuing to hire (via million-dollar contracts) businesses that will help the government quickly process the millions of illegals that will be granted amnesty. So the Regime is proceeding.
They are getting ready for the day they the stay that has been issued by the judge. In a accompanying story at TheHill.com, the Regime “will seek an emergency court order to move forward with President ObamaÂ’s executive action on immigration. Officials at the Department of Justice (DOJ) plan to seek what is known as an emergency stay that would essentially undo a Texas-based federal judge’s injunction from earlier this week.” So they want to put a stay on a stay.
What in the hell is the rush here?
Seriously, what is the rush?
Obama’s got two years before the next election, and there’s nobody that’s gonna stop him, other than this Texas judge. Seriously, why does he have to go after this on an emergency basis? I’ll tell you why: They want to get this, ’cause the more they get done, the thinking is, it’s all that much more difficult to unravel it. That’s why they want to get it done. That’s why they want Obama’s executive action happening now, because it’s much easier to stop something from happening than to unravel it once it has been implemented.