Oops, did Zuckerberg just admit that ending DACA will improve America?

Liberals around the country are losing their cool regarding the possibility of President Trump ending the DACA policy that Obama placed in effect which grants amnesty to illegal immigrants who came to America at a young age. Illegal immigration is out of hand and in order to staunch the flow some tough decisions need to be made and DACA is one of those decisions. Democrats claim that this move will cripple the country both economically and environmentally.

In reality, this is a false claim that was made more obvious by none other than the Democratic king of social media, Mark Zuckerberg. In a recent study conducted by an organization, he supports facts show that the removal of DACA could result in upwards of 700,000 job opportunities for actual American citizens.

Via My Right America:

As promised, President Trump is taking steps to end rampant illegal immigration into the United States.

His next move will most likely end Obama’s policy of granting amnesty to illegals who came while very young.

Liberals are fuming. They claim this will be a disaster for our country. Yet one liberal group just shot themselves in the foot when they admitted this one thing.

From Breitbart:

A study by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s open borders organization revealed that if an Obama-created amnesty program for young illegal aliens is ended, it would open nearly 700,000 American jobs.


Zuckerberg’s FWD.us group – a pro-immigration lobbying group – released the study with the intention to show the hardships of ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, where more than 850,000 young illegal aliens have been given temporary amnesty would have on the American economy.

The study unintentionally revealed how many more job opportunities American workers would have if President Trump were to repeal DACA, as he promised his supporters he would do.

The truth hurts, doesn’t it?

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