What Is DACA?
DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. It is an unconstitutional policy by President Obama announced June 15, 2012 that allows certain illegal immigrants to escape deportation and obtain work permits for a period of two years and is renewable.
Here are some facts about DACA:
- 700k are currently protected by DACA but an estimated 3.6 Million are eligible.
- If they are allowed to stay, more than 65% will likely vote for socialist policies no matter what, ensuring another pro-American president will never be elected again.
- DACA is still in effect with no deadline after a federal 9th Circuit judges ruling on Jan 15, 2018.
- It was not an Executive Order; just a memo sent to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It could have been easily canceled at any time with a follow-up memo.
- While campaigning, President Trump promised to end DACA "immediately" after assuming office but did not do this.
- The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on DACA by June.