‘They Deserve Nothing’, Michelle Malkin Tells The Harsh Truth About Illegal ‘Dreamers’
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‘They Deserve Nothing’, Michelle Malkin Tells The Harsh Truth About Illegal ‘Dreamers’

Liberals have been whining about the fact that Republican President Donald Trump rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, despite the fact that it is plainly unconstitutional and was created as an example of former President Barack Obama’s executive overreach.

Leftists complain that DACA recipients will have something taken away from them, despite the fact that they are in our country illegally and never should have had any legal status. Commentator Michelle Malkin just set the record straight about why these “Dreamers” obviously “deserve nothing” from the overburdened United States.

Stated Malkin on Fox Business News, “The fact is that if there were a single ‘deserving Dreamer’ in this country, they would be deserving because they would acknowledge that they are owed nothing and that they deserve nothing from a country into which they were born because of their parents’ illegal activity.”

She continued, “You can talk to anyone who’s come into the country the right and proper way, including my own parents. There are so many first- and second- generation Americans who understand that citizenship is a privilege and not a right.”

Michelle concluded, “And when you have an entire class of 800,000 people who feel entitled to be here despite the law, you are creating the very trouble we are in now.” Do you agree with Michelle Malkin? Watch below:

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  1. Joy D. Brower

    September 11, 2017 at 7:15 am

    As tough as it is to swallow – after hearing all the sob-sister stories about these poor “dreamers,” it’s difficult for even a commonsense Conservative, such as myself, to listen to reason and speak the unvarnished truth – just as Michelle Malkin does. However, her arguments are really air-tight! We are seeing these young illegals in a false light if we molly-coddle them any more than they already are! As she so pointedly says, “Really, they’re entitled to NOTHING!!”

  2. Jim

    September 11, 2017 at 7:20 pm

    Finally, someone with some common sence. She’s right, we do not owe these people anything. But on the other hand, if these people can speak english, have not committed a crime, and either goes to school, or have a job, I’m all for our government finding a way to keep them in our country, if they are citizens. From what I have seen and heard, most of these people still can not speak english.

    • mike

      September 11, 2017 at 10:41 pm

      In a way I feel the same way BUT they shold have to go to the back of the line and apply for citizenship and wait there turn and do it the right way . Just letting tem slid by is a slap in the face to ALL the people , past , present and future that have entered and became citizens the proper way .

  3. Carolyn & Richard Allen

    September 12, 2017 at 5:26 pm

    We agree wholeheartedly with Michelle Malkin. Why should we as hardworking legal Americans and legal Immigrants owe anything to “Dreamers” who came here illegally through their parents illegal activity demanding their rights? What rights?! They’re illegally here while others who are doing it the right way wait in line. No DACA! Come here legally or stay the hell in the country you came from! We have legal “Dreamers” who should reap the benefits of living in America.

  4. Anita Schon

    September 12, 2017 at 6:39 pm

    Yes, I agree with Michelle. I came here as an immigrant and did everything according to the immigration law. There should be no exceptions.

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