Hawaii’s Contemptuous Congressional Delegation

Hawaii's representatives

All four of Hawaii’s representatives in Congress, two U.S. Senators and two U.S. Representatives, Hawaii’s entire Congressional delegation, were graded F-, the lowest possible grade, on immigration issues!

Despite the fact that immigration is regarded as the primary issue that elected President Trump and a Republican Congress, and despite polls of likely voters such as this one by Rasmussen:
–  Only 18% think illegal aliens should be given amnesty; 62% believe legalization should occur only after the border is secured, and 19% are unsure.
–  Only 25% think it is even somewhat likely that the federal government will secure the border and prevent illegal immigration with new immigration legislation; 65% consider it unlikely.
–  Giving amnesty to millions of illegal aliens who are covered and eligible for the President Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program would cost American taxpayers $26 billion, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). Under the DREAM Act, Americans would have to pay for at least two million illegal aliens who would become eligible for federal entitlement programs such as Medicaid and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as “food stamps.” “In total, CBO and JCT estimate that changes in direct spending and revenues from enacting S. 1615 would increase budget deficits by $25.9 billion over the 2018-2027 period, boosting on-budget deficits by $30.6 billion and decreasing off-budget deficits by $4.7 billion over that period.”
–  ‘Chain migration,’ of the families of amnestied illegal immigrants is estimated to cost taxpayers $300 Billion, since 1 immigrant can bring in 120 more, 9.3 Million in a decade.  DACA amnestied chain migration would exceed 4 years of U.S. births.

On the issue that a supermajority of Americans regard as the most important issue in the lifetime of living Americans, Hawaii’s delegation is AWOL, contemptuously and destructively pursuing the global elite’s strategy of open borders multi-culturalism which is so obviously failing in Europe and elsewhere. Hawaii’s delegation is missing in action or opposing Americans.




Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Mazie Hirono Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa Senator Brian Schatz The White House


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1 Response to Hawaii’s Contemptuous Congressional Delegation

  1. budbromley says:

    In November 2014, President Obama announced that he was extending the period of the amnesty from 2-3 years. Led by the state of Texas, 26 states sued the Obama administration over the costs that would be incurred on the states for the expanded DACA program and the newly created Deferred Action for Parents of Americans executive amnesty. Texas federal judge Andrew Hanen paused both DAPA and the DACA extension. His decision was upheld by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and affirmed by the Supreme Court.

    In June 2017, Texas and nine other states threatened to challenge the DACA amnesty unless President Donald Trump ended the program by September 5, 2017. On September 5, Pres. Trump announced that he was rejecting all initial requests for DACA filed after September 5th, and announced that DACA renewals would only be processed if filed prior to October 5, 2017. Further, he authorized DACA recipients with benefit expiration dates prior to March 5, 2018, to also file for renewal prior to the October deadline.


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