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The DREAMERs and Illegals Democrats Protect Commit Crime at Double the Rate of Americans By Warner Todd Huston

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As the nation continues to discuss what to do with Barack Obama’s so-called “DREAMERs,” anyone paying closer attention to the illegal aliens Democrats are falling over backwards to support have seen the reports piling up that this group of people are far more of a danger to the U.S. than the sort to whom we should be giving legal status.

Since just before the government shut down — the one that only lasted one business day before Senator Chuck Schumer caved to President Donald Trump — the Democrats have been proclaiming that illegal aliens, not U.S. citizens, are their chief concern. But what of this group of people? Are they as deserving of the praise, coddling, and sycophancy that Democrats lend them?

This is not hyperbole from a conservative writer seeking to mischaracterize the debate. After all, the Democrat’s number two man in the Senate, Dick Durbin himself, said that he was working solely for illegals. Last week, Durbin, for one, boldly announced that his only concern is to come to the aid of illegals. He said that from now on he is working “full time” for illegals. Not for the Illinois voters who put him into office, mind you. For illegals.

The policy problem we face isn’t just legalizing the illegals already here, of course. Another issue is the policy of “chain migration.” That policy allows an illegal who has been given status to potentially bring dozens of their relatives into the country just because they, themselves, have been given legal status.

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