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The Coach’s Team (TCT) offers the best in conservative essays along with articles taken from various internet sites. The victory of Donald Trump has provided a God-sent opportunity to reverse the years of willful damage done our nation by Barack Hussein Obama.
The movie ‘Chappaquiddick’ (Movie trailer HERE) opens in
theaters this week and it got me thinking, what if…
What if justice had been served and
Kennedy was not in the Senate to spearhead the bill that would become the Refugee Act of 1980.
Mary Jo Kopechne
Senator Ted Kennedy is responsible
for most of the problems we have today with immigration, by 1969 he had already
done some very real damage to this country. But he didn’t drive through
the bill that became the Refugee Act
of 1980 until ten years later, in 1979.
That bill was signed in to law in
March 1980 (the 17th, St. Patrick’s Day, exactly) in Jimmy Carter’s final
year. (I don’t recall if by March ol’ Carter knew, or suspected, he was a
one-termer or not.)
The Refugee Act of 1980, which only a few weeks ago passed its
38th anniversary, had set up the flawed system we see today where nine major
contractors (using taxpayer dollars) monopolize the program, and, up until
President Trump came along, pretty much called the shots on how the USRAP was
I attended the 30th anniversary
shindig of the signing of the Act at Georgetown Univ. and wrote about it herea few
years ago. I asked this in 2011 after listening to speakers at the
major take-away of the day for me was the obvious push toward greater use of
the asylum portion of the law.
Teddy in phony neck brace
The Open Borders crew knew then that
there were limits to how many refugees they could get in through the normal
process and were beginning to hang their hats on migrants coming to the border
(where an immigration lawyer awaits them) and asking for asylum.
So that “Caravan,” on its way to our
southern border at this very moment, is a direct legacy of Ted Kennedy who
should have been driven out of the Senate in that fateful year—1969—and sent to
Would there eventually have been a Refugee Act, maybe, but then again