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    #8057691 at 2020-02-07 06:19:03 (UTC+1)

    https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1225610404325478400
    It's time to wake up.
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    https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1225610404325478400 It's time to wake up. bennyjohnson tweet: https://archive.fo/9I4s5 Have you heard of the New Way Forward Act? You should probably watch this: [TUCKER CARLSON SEGMENT ON NEW BILL THAT WOULD RETURN *ALL* DEPORTED ILLEGALS, MAKE INABILITY TO DEPORT THE JUDGE'S DECISION & MUCH MORE] 9:05 2:41 AM · Feb 7, 2020 ------------------------------------------- Basically, a new bill creates illegal aliens as a protected class, their past criminal history - including felonies such as child rape and drug trafficking— cannot be considered for deportation. And they are eligible to apply for citizenship. The nuttiest part is that DHS must use taxpayer dollars to pay for deportees to COME BACK if they wish, despite any felonies committed here or abroad. It’s sponsored by 44 House Dems…SPONSORED HERE IS THE BILL ITSELF: 116th CONGRESS 1st Session H. R. 5383 IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 10, 2019 https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/116/hr5383/text

    SCREENSHOT: https://postimg.cc/9DTg11Gd 1. Short title This Act may be cited as the "New Way Forward Act". I. End Mandatory Detention and Require Probable Cause for Arrest 101. Phase-out of private for-profit detention facilities and use of jails 102. Procedures for detaining aliens II. Statute of Limitations 201. Time for commencing removal proceedings III. Limit Criminal-System-to-Removal Pipeline 301. Criminal offenses and immigration laws IV. Restore Judicial Discretion and End Removal Without Due Process 401. Immigration procedural changes V. Prohibition against Performance of Immigration Officer Functions by State and Local Officers and Employees 501. Local enforcement 502. National Crime Information Center VI. Decriminalize Migration 601. Repealing migration criminal laws VII. Right To Come Home 701. Reconsidering and reopening immigration cases