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Joaquin Castro: ‘Imperative’ to Ram DACA Amnesty Through Congress Before GOP Becomes House Majority

John Binder 17 Nov 2022

Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) says it is “imperative” for Democrats and Republicans to ram an amnesty for millions of illegal aliens through Congress before the GOP becomes the House majority.

During a press conference this week, Castro urged House and Senate Republicans to sign onto any one of the various amnesty bills specifically geared to provide visas, green cards, and eventually naturalized American citizenship to millions of illegal aliens enrolled and eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

“We’re going to look at whichever ways we can make it happen, whether it’s attaching it to a larger bill or whether it’s a standalone bill, but that’s still going to require some kind of negotiation and participation from Republicans in order to do that,” Castro said.

“There’s a feeling in the Democratic caucus that it’s imperative to get it done in the lame duck session,” he continued. “Otherwise the politics become a lot tougher going into the next session.”

Castro’s lobbying for a DACA amnesty in the lame-duck Congress came as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and other Senate Democrats called on 10 Senate Republicans to join them in passing the DREAM Act — a plan that would give amnesty to 3.3 million DACA illegal aliens and result in a chain migration flow of anywhere from 10 to 19 million foreign nationals arriving in the United States over the years to come.

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