TPS. Temporary Protected Status.
The temporary part is right in the name. It was supposed to be a purely temporary measure. And then it became indefinite. An earthquake 20 years ago still allowed an increasingly permanent floating population of TPSers to remain in the United States.
Now an Obama judge is saying what we knew all along, that temporary was never actually temporary.
A federal judge late Wednesday blocked the Trump administration’s move to end Temporary Protected Status for more than 300,000 nationals from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan.
The move temporarily halts the administration’s plan to force the beneficiaries — some of whom have lived in the U.S. for decades — to find another immigration status or face deportation.
There’s lots of blather about harm being caused to them, to the businesses that employ them and to the lefty politicians they vote for. But this is about one thing. And that’s the indeportability of the illegal alien. Temporary becomes permanent. Limited becomes unlimited. That’s why any notion of a guest worker program for illegal aliens is madness. Entry and legal status in the United States is 9/10 of the law. Also this is a reminder of why the left is fighting so hard against Kavanaugh. They fear a law abiding Supreme Court.
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