Hey, Let’s Meet A “Soon To Be Un-Documented” Illegal Demanding We Accommodate Her

Yet another sob story

Meet Pamela, a soon-to-be-undocumented immigrant fighting to stay and contribute to the U.S.

Pamela Chomba, a 28-year-old New Jersey resident who’s been in the United States for 17 years, held her breath when President Donald Trump announced the end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in early September.

Her DACA status, a program that was never authorized by the duly elected legislative branch, ends in October 2018. How’s she contributing?

Two months after Trump wound down the program, Chomba is now asking lawmakers in Washington, D.C. to pursue legislation that makes her protections permanent. DACA has made her financially stable, first as a community organizer with then-Mayor Cory Booker (D-NJ) and now as the Northeast Organizing Director at FWD.US, a lobbying group that advocates for immigration reform. From now until her DACA status expires, Chomba aims to put pressure on lawmakers to understand the costs of inaction for individuals like her as well as for the U.S. economy as a whole.

Another worthless parasite doing “organizing” garbage, liked demanding that America acquiesce to her demands

Out of economic necessity, Chomba came to the country at the age of 11 with her parents and siblings from Lima, Peru back in 2001. Her parents overstayed their visas, but eventually fell out of status.

For Chomba, a permanent solution is crucial to keeping her family intact. Her parents are undocumented. She and a younger sibling are part of the 22,227 people in the state of New Jersey who have DACA. Her youngest brother is a U.S. citizen. She’s not alone. Roughly 500,000 undocumented immigrants in New Jersey live in a similar mixed-immigration status situation, according to 2014 data. Approximately 604,000 U.S. citizens in the state live with at least one undocumented family member.

And this is where the DACA argument breaks down, as I’ve discussed. Not only do the illegal “kids” demand legal status, but, they want it for all their family members, as well, who are often the ones who committed the “sin” of bringing the kids illegally. And not just for Dreamer “kids”, they want legal status for all the other illegals out there.

Losing workers like Chomba would also mean employers would have to find, retrain, and hire people who are just as effective as she has been. She has already thought of what it would mean for her employers at FWD.us once her DACA expires.

It’s not like “community agitator” is a serious help to the economy. Or a serious, grown up job.

“What gets me up every day is the passion from DREAMers,” Chomba said, her voice breaking. “That really gives me esperanza [Spanish for “hope”]…I think, when we win the DREAM Act, we will see this as one of the best moments that we’ve had in politics for a while because we’re finally looking back at ourselves and saying, ‘This is the country we want to be, that we welcome you.’ That’s what gets me up”

She apparently idolizes Michelle Obama, who didn’t like America very much till her husband won office. Chomba apparently doesn’t like America much because we have laws against lawbreakers like her.

Meanwhile, here’s another illegal, who took sanctuary in a church in New Orleans. He has two anchor babies, and apparently doesn’t speak English, even after being here for 14 years. He was busted on a DUI, and is now under a deportation order. Actions have consequences.

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