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02-13-2015, 09:35 AM #1
RINO Jeff Flake Reviving Plans To Sneak “Amnesty Plus” Past The American People
RINO Jeff Flake Reviving Plans To Sneak “Amnesty Plus” Past The American People
Posted on 13 February, 2015
by Rick Wells
The American people and our nation would be so much better off if the people that we elect to represent us in Washington would actually do that, instead of attacking us in the service of their big money globalist masters once safely across state lines.
One of the worst offenders among the RINO Republican establishment is Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. He was one of the original gang of eight amnesty traitors along with John McCain (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Marco Rubio (R-FL).
Graham and Rubio seem to think that we’ve forgotten what they’re made of and are considering running for president. Let’s hope they do; their humiliation and the financial hit they take in their failed attempts will be food for the soul. Flake, lacking the infamous name recognition of his coconspirators, is targeting the American people in other ways.
He is working in tandem with the deceptive House Speaker, John Boehner in the revival of the Mike McCaul (R-TX) bill that is fraudulently represented by establishment Republicans as a piece of border security legislation. Those in the know, including the Border Patrol union, say it does not increase security. It is just another example of the subversive nature of corrupt government officials who are determined to undermine the will of the people in exchange for their own personal rewards.
In a speech in which he laid the groundwork for the Republicans to capitulate to the Obama dictatorial decree, Flake said, “I want to say from the outset that I don’t think the president did the right thing by taking this unilateral action.” He then proceeded to accuse those who want to defund the Obama abuse of power and assault on the working middle class of America as small-minded, and vengeful partisans who took personal pleasure in “poking the ‘president’ in the eye” on the issue.
Perhaps the sellout Flake can’t grasp the concept of serving the people of the United States, but this is not an issue of personality or Obama individually. It is a constitutional matter and a legal one, with those like Flake who support the criminal acts equally guilty of a criminal assault on our nation as well.
Flake introduced a companion piece of legislation to the McCaul fraud in conjunction with fellow corporate establishment servants John Cornyn (R-TX) and Ron Johnson (R-WI). They also talk a good immigration game in the interest of self-promotion, but they fail miserably when presented with an opportunity to act on our behalf.
In the spirit of the axiom of “do something even if it’s wrong,” and in service to his corporate masters, Flake said, “I happen to be a cosponsor of the bill in the Senate which would help us get a more secure border. That’s one piece of legislation we could be moving right now and put on the president’s desk.”
Actually, that more secure border thing is a lie for a multitude of reasons which we weren’t supposed to know about, not the least of which is the removal of 66 miles of border fence in the interest of free travel by people across the border, in both directions. It also does nothing to end or restrict the current catch and release program which is nothing more than a thinly-veiled amnesty via abdication of duty through DHS mandate. It’s filled with many other deceptions which are intended to distract the public from the key, damaging components, of which there are many.
Flake wasn’t done yet though; he proceeded to go on an anti-citizen Democrat talking points rant, in one of the most brazen displays of RINOism since the midterm election of Corey Gardner (R-CO).
He said, “We also need legislation to expand the guest worker plans and programs that we have now,” a fascist nod to his buddies at Facebook and elsewhere.
Flake promoted rewarding the so-called DREAMers repeating the false narrative that the illegal amnesty gives them a means by which to “get right with the law.” Since the amnesty is a violation of the law, it is an absurd contradiction to claim that anything associated with it can result in lawfulness. Truly getting right with the law would involve a one-way bus ticket.
Of course no lawless Senatorial diatribe would be complete without the promotion of dictatorial illegal amnesty, belying his original assertion that he is opposed to the unilateral action. Even with his multi-directional, demagnetized moral compass, it’s impossible for Flake to both support it and oppose it simultaneously.
Flake was funded by the people he now serves, and it is not the people of Arizona or of the United States. He’s a political prostitute, for sale to the highest bidder. He’s not cheap, but he can be had, a fact he is clearly demonstrating through his words and his deeds.
02-13-2015, 09:40 AM #2
Republican Senator Jeff Flake Attacks Conservatives as Insignificant
January 29, 2015
By Matthew Burke
Pro-Amnesty AZ Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake
Last week’s Iowa Freedom Summit was a huge hit over the weekend, with principled constitutional conservatives wowing an energized group of the Republican Party’s grassroots base just in time for the 2016 presidential contest to begin.
A Who’s Who of conservative leaders, including Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, Scott Walker, Dr. Ben Carson, Rick Perry, Mike Lee, Marsha Blackburn, Joni Ernst, Donald Trump, and many others spoke at the event of conservatives. Heck, even New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, never considered the most conservative person on the planet, spoke at the event sponsored by Citizens United and Congressman Steve King (R-IA), a staunch defender of the U.S. Constitution.
But while Senator Jeff Flake, who ran as a conservative to get elected, and his political soul mate, senior RINO Senator John McCain, failed to attend the event, Flake went on the attack, describing the conservatives as an insignificant minority who should not be catered to.
As the NY Times reported:
In an interview last week, Senator Jeff Flake, Republican of Arizona, called the attention lavished on Iowa “an unfortunate part of our electoral calendar.” Mr. Flake did not attend the forum. “Too many Republicans have for too many years, for too many cycles, tried to appeal to a small group that does not help us in general elections,” Mr. Flake said.Meanwhile, all polls consistently show that a large plurality of Americans identify themselves as conservatives, which is why Flake, and his tutor, McCain always campaign as conservatives in order to retain political power.
Speaking of political power, Flake’s has been under a dark cloud of suspicion following his son’s involvement in the deaths of 23 dogs, who tragically died under the son Austin’s watch in June of 2014, yet had animal cruelty charges mysteriously dropped by Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, despite of overwhelming evidence.
Four of the victims who died while under the care of the younger Flake were the dogs of New England Patriots Alan Branch. His dogs, Snickers, Buick, Francis and Tonka, were horrifically stuffed into a 9X12 room, with 24 other dogs, with no air conditioning in the middle of an Arizona summer with no water.
Watch as Glenn Beck explains that Sen. Jeff Flake has been corrupted, flip-flopping on issues like the Second Amendment and amnesty, as well as supporting taxing the internet, because he’s spending too much time with John McCain and Lindsey Graham.
02-13-2015, 09:45 AM #3
Jeff Flake Aides Democrat Efforts To Rubber Stamp Obama's Amnesty
Conn Carroll |
Feb 12, 2015
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) sided with Senate Democrats Wednesday, pleading with Senate Republicans to abandon their effort to check President Obama's constitutional overreach, and instead rubber stamp his executive amnesty.
"I want to say from the outset," Flake began from the Senate floor, "that I don't think the president did the right thing by taking this unilateral action. I think he's made it more difficult to pass immigration reform in this body. Having said that, to attempt to use a spending bill in order to try to poke a finger in the president's eye is not a good move in my view."
This is the same Jeff Flake who told NBC News after Obama announced his unilateral amnesty that, “I do think that the president moved beyond his authority.”
But if Obama's executive amnesty is "beyond his authority" as president, as Flake admits, doesn't Flake have the obligation to use his power as a U.S. Senator to stop Obama's constitutional overreach? How is using the power of the purse, a power given to Congress by the Constitution as a means to check Executive Branch abuse, just "poking the president's eye"?
Flake then went on to complain that while the Senate was voting on the Department of Homeland Security bill, they could have instead been debating legislation to reform immigration policy.
"I believe that rather than poke the president in the eye," Flake repeated, "we ought to put legislation on his desk and we ought to use this time, we've already used up two weeks trying to attach measures to a funding bill, when we could have used this time to actually move actual immigration legislation."
Flake is half right. The Senate could have used the last two weeks debating all the changes to immigration policy that Flake says have such bipartisan support. But there is no reason those immigration changes could not be attached to the DHS funding bill. All he and his Democratic allies have to do is vote to let debate begin on the DHS funding bill and then Flake and his Democratic allies will be perfectly free to offer all the immigration reform amendments they want.
Flake says he co-sponsored a bill introduced in the House and Senate to improve border security. Great. Let the Senate vote on it.
Flake says we need more guest-worker programs. Great. Let the Senate vote on it.
Flake says illegal immigrants brought to this country when they were children should be given citizenship. Great. Let the Senate vote on it.
If all these immigration reforms are as bipartisan as Flake says they are, then Flake and his Democratic allies should have no problem getting them attached to the DHS funding bill. That is, after all, how our Constitution is designed to work.
How the system is not meant to work, is that a president enacts whatever law he wants and then later asks Congress to rubber stamp it.
"We’ve got three branches of government," Obama said on March 28, 2011. "Congress passes the law. The executive branch’s job is to enforce and implement those laws. And then the judiciary has to interpret the laws. There are enough laws on the books by Congress that are very clear in terms of how we have to enforce our immigration system that for me to simply through executive order ignore those congressional mandates would not conform with my appropriate role as President."
Holding Obama to his own words by defending the Constitution's separation of powers, is not "poking the president in the eye." It is fulfilling an oath of office to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States," an oath that Flake should honor.
02-13-2015, 09:52 AM #4
Since Jeff Flake is pro immigration and soft on illegal immigration, he must go. Wake up Arizona. Please please remove Jeff Flake from office on the earliest possible date. It looks like we're stuck with him until 2018 unless there's some way to do a recall.
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