In the normal course of events, those who have been deported are not allowed to return to the United States. However, in Obummer’s world, that’s really not the way things are. If he says you can re-enter, you can — period. It doesn’t mean that there’s a legal and lawful foundation for it; it just is.
Such is the scenario regarding the lawsuit filed by 11 voluntary deportees and the ACLU. Obama is advertising the settlement agreement conditions obtained by that lawsuit – he’s actually purchasing ad time and space in newspapers, magazines, billboards, placards, radio, and the Internet.
The government will also place Spanish-language ads on Spanish-speaking stations and in locations around the Mexico border. The advertisements will focus on how those who qualify (see below) can return without penalty and encourage them to do so.
Basically, the primary conditions of return under this settlement agreement include the following:
— You must have voluntarily deported yourself from Southern California between 2009 and 2013,
— You must have been brought into this country at a young age by your parents,
— You must have been a long-term Southern California resident and still have relatives there who are U.S residents.
Some of that sure sounds like an amnesty program. All of it sounds like the government is not abiding by the law and encouraging others to do the same.
While Obama will usually wait and avoid dealing with situations until he has no choice but to act, here’s an example of him acting unilaterally to actually make the border crisis worse.