It may very well be time to get your champagne bottles ready because President Trump is just about to usher in a new era of employment opportunity across the country. It’s good that he’s already following through with his promises. Now there’s even more reason to celebrate.
According to Breitbart, a study done by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s open borders group has concluded that if Donald Trump ends the Obama-era DACA amnesty program for illegal immigrants, which he is poised to do, it will end up creating nearly 700,000 jobs for Americans.
It’s one thing for a conservative group to make this statement, but for a progressive, open borders group to do it means something else altogether. Of course, this particular angle wasn’t what they were going for in their study. They were more concerned with trying to show the negative impact that revoking temporary amnesty for 850,000 young unlawful immigrants would have on the economy.
However, the study did unintentionally reveal that hundreds of thousands of new jobs would be available if Trump repealed DACA. The study went on to claim that, on average, when Trump repeals DACA, 30,000 new American jobs would open up each month.
Crazily, the president of the group, Todd Schulte, said that there would be “severe consequences” to the economy.
“Eliminating DACA would have immediate and severe consequences for not only the 800,000 Dreamers enrolled in the program, but for the millions of Americans who live, work, and study with these young people every day,” said Schulte.
He didn’t connect the dots to tell Americans what happens to those hundreds of thousands of job openings that are now available. What is the economic impact that will have on the American economy?
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was an Obama-era program that started in 2012. It allowed young people who arrived in the US by 2007 to remain in the country as long as they were brought in by their parents before the age of 16 and assuming they hadn’t committed any serious crimes.
Zuckerburg’s support of DACA makes him an ally to George Soros in this regard, who has also been funding groups to protect the DACA program.
In fact, many of the southern states are so desperate to repeal this disastrous illegal immigration project that attorneys general from over ten different states have promised they would even sue President Trump if he didn’t get rid of DACA.
“We respectfully request that the Secretary of Homeland Security phase out the DACA program,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wrote.
You know that a problem is serious when representatives from Republican states are threatening to sue their own Republican president.
The Obama-era DACA program has created approximately 700,000 jobs for immigrants who came to the United States unlawfully. Is President Trump right to reserve employment opportunities for American citizens first?
Of course, when Trump opens up these 700,000 new jobs for Americans, the media will hardly choose to give the president the credit he deserves. Having already created over one million jobs in his first six months as president, Trump could easily end up bringing 2-3 million new jobs by the end of the year if DACA gets abolished.
Americans have a lot to look forward to in the coming months, especially for those unfortunate ones struggling to find employment. Thankfully for them, their struggles may soon be coming to an end.