Isn’t it just dandy that the Democrat Party thinks protecting criminals takes precedence over funding the single most important entity in defending our freedom?

Certainly Jefferson, Madison, Washington, and Adams would be thrilled.

On Rush Limbaugh’s program Thursday, the big righty talker said this:

Democrats are putting 800,000 illegal immigrants ahead of active duty military members. That’s what this is about. That is essentially what Paul Ryan was saying in his press conference just before noon. That’s what Trump said outside the Pentagon today when he went over to the military. And every Republican from now ’til the end of this battle over this continuing resolution needs to say the same thing, be on message.

“The fact remains the only way to guarantee the legal status for DREAMers is to pass DACA protections into law and do it now,” Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Wednesday. “For that reason, a resolution to the DACA issue must be part of a global deal on the budget.” ‘Global deal?’

Schumer’s–the career politician who’s never had a job outside elected office–the same guy who lunches with George Soros son, Alex.

If Congress fails to come to an agreement by midnight EST “non-essential” government employees and active U.S. Military personnel will be working without pay (including troops currently deployed). Funding for agencies like federal museums or national parks will also be cut off.

The troops don’t give a damn. They know what their job is and understand that the country precedes everything else.

Democrats don’t give a damn either, but for a different reason. They are apparently fine with allowing military and law enforcement personnel to go without pay so that they can secure protections and benefits for 800,000 illegal aliens and members of their extended families.

In other words, to hell with defense, we need those future illegal voters.

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