Republican Endorses Unilateral Amnesty in Military

BREITBART — At a press conference featuring undocumented high school students in military garb and in formation, top advocates for a proposal to grant amnesty to illegal alien “DREAMers” who enlist in the military warned that President Obama could move unilaterally to enact the proposal if Congress rejects it. Obama “has the power just by the stroke of a pen to instruct the Department of Defense to allow DREAMers with DACA to serve in the military. Just like he can with deportations,” Cesar Vargas, a pro-immigration reform activist said at the Capitol Hill event Tuesday. Vargas was joined by GOP Rep. Jeff Denham (R-CA), who has championed the proposal and is offering as an amendment to a defense authorization bill today in defiance of Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Democratic Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL), a top congressional proponent of amnesty, Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX), currently pushing to allow DREAMers apply to military academies and Colorado Republican Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO), an advocate for allowing DREAMers to enlist. [Read More]