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" The future of undocumented immigrants in the United States looks stark– and that's not since Head of state Donald Trump's principal of staff called a lot of them careless.

John Kelly told reporters Tuesday that he "doubts significantly" that Trump would prolong the March 5 target date for the Obama-era Deferred Activity for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program during an impromptu interview outside the U.S. Capitol, closing the door on the "love" Trump wanted when taking on immigration. However Kelly's characterization of undocumented immigrants that really did not sign up for DACA that raised one of the most brows.

" There are 690,000 official DACA registrants and also the president sent out over exactly what amounts to be two and a half times that number, to 1.8 million," Kelly told press reporters. "The difference between 690,000 and 1.8 million were individuals that some would claim were too terrified to sign up, others would certainly claim were as well lazy to get off their evaluates however they didn't register."

It's uncertain that Kelly was quoting when he called immigrants careless, however it is obvious he is revealing contempt for so-called daydreamers." *.
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  1. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    Any time I here somebody make an argument that DACA recipients who came here as children and are criminals that deserve to be deported/made the choice to come here no matter how old they were, I make this counterargument to them. In the U.S., if a mother and father commit a robbery, murder, or any other crime and either abandon their 2 children (say a 5 and 10 year old for example) or take them on the run, then the couple are caught by the police, do we arrest the children for their “involvement” with their parent’s crime? No we do not because we know that the children are innocent! In this country, no child deserves to go to jail for a crime their parent’s committed or if their parents dragged them (sometimes literary) along for the ride against their will. We also know that just because an American adult committed a crime it doesn’t mean that their children are just as bad/will turn out like them so we shouldn’t punish the child as a preemptive measure since that is morally wrong. In this sense, deporting/jailing the individuals who came to the U.S. as children/without a say in the matter, but are contributing to our society/economy is not any more justified than arresting the children of criminals here in America. And if their only mistake was coming to this country against their will deserves deportation now for all immigrant children (as some Congressmen defend), then (even though I personally don’t want this) our nation must in turn arrest any children of our nation’s criminals since (going off the same logic) they are guilty by association.

    • Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

      Conquered, look it up.

    • Posted by Joy Brautigam, at Reply

      the right doesn’t respond to logic or morality

    • Posted by 123gwf, at Reply

      Yes, thank you, it is so refreshing to hear someone finally get it!

    • Posted by 123gwf, at Reply

      By your logic, everyone not currently living in north central Africa is trespassing and needs to go home.

    • Posted by Teana Stokes, at Reply

      Jesse Torres. Yes u are so rite

  2. Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

    Dreamers embody the idea of the “Hard Working American”. Trump can’t even pretend he works hard

    • Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

      Blank They never broke the law, their parents broke the law. DACA recipients are here by no fault of their own. Its not buying votes, its just doing the right thing, the American way of allowing immigrants a chance at a better life. Im all for border protection and proper legal immigration, but these DACA recipients had no choice

    • Posted by Blank, at Reply

      Optimus Fine no you are virtue signalling because these people are convenient victims.

      Then tell your reps to take the deal that essentially legalizes them and secures the border that trump offered that tyt scoffs at

    • Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

      Blank What do you mean I’m virtue signaling? Not really familiar with that term. And convenient victim makes zero sense either. It’s actually quite easy to stand up for any and all victims who need the help. You people on the right have zero empathy for men and women who have lived here literally all their lives, worked here, studied here, served in the armed forces, made friends here, had families here, and now you want to ship them off to a country they know nothing about. Put yourself in their shoes for once

      The deal you mentioned includes a 15 billion dollar wall that will do nothing to stop organized crime and immigration. Most immigrants simply over stay their visas and organized criminals can use drones to send over their drugs. Plus the wall will have to use eminent domain to take thousands of acres of private land from businesses and ranchers. I thought the right wing were the “don’t tread on me” people?

  3. Posted by myko freder, at Reply

    Just saw a report about a West Virginia country where 10000 out of 100000 residents are on opioids, white Americans probably Trump voters if they have the mental capacity to vote. Personally I would trade these 10000 people for 10000 DACA people with collage degrees.

    • Posted by Shyan Marie, at Reply

      123gwf Conservativism – Early signs are meth use, lack of common sense, inbreeding, disbelief in anything but the Bible, hatred towards anyone not Aryan.

    • Posted by Coach JG, at Reply

      myko freder get out of here with your made up facts

    • Posted by Joy Brautigam, at Reply

      deport the opiod addicts in WV

    • Posted by 123gwf, at Reply

      You say that like it is a bad thing.

    • Posted by MacyLouWho, at Reply

      123gwf funny-one willingly hurts themselves by choosing to overuse drugs when they know damn well they shouldn’t but do anyway while the other was brought here as children and had no control of the situation. Not exactly comparing apples to apples-are we?

  4. Posted by Colonel 100, at Reply

    mexicans are lazy? please tell me who….picks your crops, cleans your buildings, and does essentially all the jobs AMERICANS refuse to take.
    americans are far more lazy. mexicans are some of the hardest workers i seen
    plus they make great food

    • Posted by Alex, at Reply

      So you’re saying mexicans are only able to do manual unskilled job. This is equally racist

    • Posted by Commodor Potato, at Reply

      Colonel 100 work smarter not harder

    • Posted by Colonel 100, at Reply

      most of these immigrants dont have access to that information to know it even exist. we dont just advertise how to get citizenship in america while being here illegally

    • Posted by Colonel 100, at Reply

      thats what you said, not me

  5. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    3 facts to keep in mind about DACA/Dreamers (all of this is from a study reported by Joy Reid on MSNBC). 1) 93% of those in DACA have a job, a house, a car, or a college degree (and debt), so if all of these people were all deported who then makes those payments? Answer: American citizens will make up that difference. 2) The 700,000+ people in DACA/Dreamers pay a fee of $500.00 a year as part of the program to stay (which proves the statement that immigrants contribute nothing to our society false). So without them paying this fee, that’s $350 million (as well as monthly payments into Social Security) just gone at a time we need it. 3) DACA doesn’t just protect Hispanics/Latinos in the U.S.; about 8,500 Dreamers are Africans, about 25,000 Dreamers are Asians, and about 13,000 Dreamers are White Europeans, all of whom could face deportation as well. And I doubt that President Trump and the Republicans in Congress will realize this/make the distinction when that happens.

    For the record, I am a Mexican-American who was born in Texas (as were both of my parents), but I think it’s wrong for us to deport 700,000+ people since just from a business/economic standpoint (since the Republicans supposedly wanted/elected a businessman to run the country), ending DACA is a horrible decision for these reasons. There are many problems with the United States, but DACA recipients/Dreamers are not the key reasons for them, and there are many case studies that have shown that our economy benefits from immigrants/their children on our society in the long run. Now I will admit that I believe that anyone who comes into America illegally is committing a crime, but these individuals were brought here without a say in the matter, and I feel they are exceptions to the rule (I mean we don’t arrest children of criminals so why should DACA recipients suffer?) 1 last question: Can we at the very least make it easier/faster for people to come to the U.S. legally and become American citizens? I looked it up, and the shortest time period for a foreign to become a citizen takes 6 years but it can take as long as 20 years, and this is part of the reason why so many come here illegally in the 1st place.

    • Posted by daniel, at Reply

      What kind of a system gets people to want to do something heinous to others.
      We have the productive capacity to create a world where all of us thrive… why are we pitted against our fellow humans?
      We are alienated from society and other people…
      Our attention is diverted away from those who have caused our worsening prospects and the system that supports this.

    • Posted by Richard Reyes, at Reply

      jack johnson “Jesse taco” surprisingly a racist disagrees lol…

    • Posted by Richard Reyes, at Reply

      jack johnson could you post your numbers please ….or stfu

  6. Posted by Jason C, at Reply

    You know, it’s kinda of strange for people who say the “Mexicans take American jobs” and “Mexicans do work Americans wouldn’t do” “Lazy”….

    • Posted by MissaRosa, at Reply

      That word is so loosely used to identify people they don’t like. Who is really lazy???

    • Posted by Ray Gomez, at Reply

      Jason C be careful you might hurt the feelings of all the morons that voted for captain Bone Spurs .😂

    • Posted by Marc E, at Reply

      sounds just like what they used to do to black folk

    • Posted by Person Pierson, at Reply

      Bigotry is not bound by any limitation on stupidity.

  7. Posted by BallingIs MyHobby, at Reply

    I do debt collections and mostly white people owe money. They feel entitled for some reason it’s funny. Idk how that’s relevant but yeah.

    • Posted by BallingIs MyHobby, at Reply

      Airborne Gibbon that’s obviously false. They do claim bankruptcy a lot and use government assistance more than people think though.

  8. Posted by A Gerard, at Reply

    Kelly cleans the crumbs of Trump’s bed burgers.

    • Posted by Person Pierson, at Reply

      He snorts lines of the crumbs.

  9. Posted by Dan Jimiez, at Reply

    how does one be lazy and steal all the jobs

    • Posted by Mats Jönsson, at Reply

      So, all illegal Mexican immigrants are stand up, hard working, honest people?
      And if they´re not working, they´re in school getting a splendid education.

      No drug dealing or human trafficking……..

    • Posted by TheUltimateBeing 01, at Reply


    • Posted by Woo Cheol Shin, at Reply

      Personal anecdote here, but yea. I’ve seen way more stand up, hard working, honest Mexicans than white Americans by a huge margin. And if you aren’t talking about weed (which should’ve been legal by all accounts anyways), I’d say there are more whites are drug dealers than Mexicans.

    • Posted by MacyLouWho, at Reply

      Woo Cheol Shin exactly. I live in a small town so talk gets around. I can name “quite” a few white drug dealers by reputation just in this tiny place so I can imagine how many of them are out there everywhere else. People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones!

  10. Posted by AboxoroxRoxursox, at Reply

    97%+ doctoral graduates in the U.S. are foreign born nationals. Case closed.

    • Posted by Ned Thumberland, at Reply

      jack johnson said, “Well actually that`s not true….that`s where the PHONY “97% of Scientists Agree” nonsense came from. That “97%” number came from a small group of Scientists that were attending a “Global Warming” Consortium.” *”Actually”? Do you know what that word means? If you do, please provide verifiable, credible evidence to substantiate your claim: The “97% of Scientists Agree” nonsense came from, and that “97%” number came from a small group of Scientists that were attending a “Global Warming” Consortium.*

    • Posted by macbeth642, at Reply

      Ned Thumberland
      He literally made that up lol

    • Posted by John Myers, at Reply

      jack johnson Alex Jones much?

    • Posted by Joy Brautigam, at Reply

      I know. I’ve worked with them. Most are foreign born

  11. Posted by Rickys philosofy, at Reply

    Kelley showed his true colors a while ago, he is another maga chud.

    • Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

      Yes red, white an blue.

  12. Posted by S King, at Reply

    this is an attack to normalize hatred on minority US citizens and any potential citizens willing to travel here. this is the start. hate on anyone who you are not custom too.

    • Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

      They aren’t citizens, perhaps they aren’t lazy perhaps they are just illiterate retards like you.

  13. Posted by Bobby Tucker, at Reply

    Damn, I stumbled into a liberal site.

    • Posted by tek2095, at Reply

      +Mr. NastyinCT.
      Just because it hurts a MAGAite’s ego doesn’t mean it’s fake news.

    • Posted by zencat55, at Reply

      yes well, conservatives stumble a lot;)

    • Posted by Benito Camelo, at Reply

      Oh, careful! You just might get some human rights…

    • Posted by Joy Brautigam, at Reply

      stay and learn something

  14. Posted by Costeno Salao, at Reply

    DACA recipients, generally speaking, are far more valuable as humans than Trump voters.

    • Posted by Sheckie Shabang, at Reply

      Costeno Salao 8===3~

    • Posted by Dragon1717, at Reply

      We know this to not be true.

  15. Posted by Lumby1, at Reply

    ‘No Irish need apply’, Mr. Kelly, remember that? Everybody knows the Irish are ‘murderous, religious, drunkards’. ‘You can’t trust that they won’t blow something up.’ i imagine your ancestors enduring bigotry like that, and wonder what happened to make you want to do the same to someone else.

    • Posted by Fabrizio, at Reply

      Those were Communist terrorists from the IRA.

    • Posted by Abe McLaughlin, at Reply

      But all Irish got labeled like that (exactly like Muslims do today). People tend to forget just how much people HATED the Irish not even that long ago.

    • Posted by Joy Brautigam, at Reply

      Are you kidding???? Did you ever attend school? Read about the IRA and bombs, imbecile

    • Posted by Lumby1, at Reply

      As usual, Fabrizio, there were murderous bastards on both sides, a vicious circle. There’s a ton of history, terrible stories from both sides of a divided country.

  16. Posted by C M, at Reply

    THE Most Dangerous percentage of our population today is the Right wing extremist!! BAR NONE!
    Not new immigrants, not Dreamers, Not people from War-torn countries, but from Kansas, Florida, Wisconson and Iowa. places geared up By Trumps rhetoric of Hate and Phobias.
    NOT the American Way!!!

    • Posted by Ned Thumberland, at Reply

      +C M said, “THE Most Dangerous percentage of our population today is the Right wing extremist!! BAR NONE! Not new immigrants, not Dreamers, Not people from War-torn countries, but from Kansas, Florida, Wisconson and Iowa. places geared up By Trumps rhetoric of Hate and Phobias.NOT the American Way!!!” *So true!*

    • Posted by Tyler Hayes, at Reply

      C M the biggest threat is uneducated stupid people.

    • Posted by AZOffRoadster, at Reply

      C M The statistics back you up. You’re twice as likely to be killed by a right wing terrorist than a Muslim terrorist in America. The only problem I have with that statistic is that I consider BOTH groups as right wing terrorists.

  17. Posted by juan gomez, at Reply

    Maybe they are not lazy but smart enough not to trust the US government.

    • Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

      Bullshit you would, also the data on DACA registrations could not be used by ICE.

    • Posted by currupika, at Reply

      SupaDr00g Basically the government said “Hey give us all your information. we promise we will keep you safe and help you” just to turn around and now say “Jk we changed our mind but too bad we already have your private information and can potentially now use it against you”

  18. Posted by Domenic Galata, at Reply

    Just pick one of these Dreamers and I bet they’d be more intelligent, useful and productive than all three of Donnie’s eldest children combined. Not to mention the integrity and pride they have to be in America. Integrity is a word no one would associate with Don Jr. Eric and Ivanka.

    • Posted by Sheckie Shabang, at Reply

      It isn’t a word I would use for anyone in politics. Clinton, Trump, or Bush,

    • Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

      Just one?
      Cool i’ll take that challenge my friend.
      My pick is Daniel De Jesus Rangel-Sherrer, who kidnapped 2 girls and murdered one of them an 18 year old girl named Diana Martinez-Gonzalez in October 2017 in South Carolina.
      The other girl luckily escaped.

  19. Posted by sfshinz, at Reply

    Which is it? Are they “lazy”, or our they “stealing all our jobs”?

    • Posted by AZOffRoadster, at Reply

      They’re stealing all our lazy jobs.

    • Posted by Consuela Lemon, at Reply

      It’s Schrödinger’s Mexican.

    • Posted by Consuela Lemon, at Reply

      It’s Schrödinger’s Mexican.

    • Posted by Joy Brautigam, at Reply

      Kelly: Well, uh, duh both, I guess

  20. Posted by Stevie84s, at Reply

    If he wants to know what lazy is, he should look at his own boss.

    • Posted by john smith, at Reply

      @Stevie84  war is peace, freedom is slavery, and trump’s,  “executive time” is not lazy but,  “hard work”  lol