Last week, President Donald Trump announced that he will end Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Today, he formalized that decision. Unsurprisingly, Democrats are vehemently opposed to the move, and the fallout continued Tuesday when Javier Palomarez, the president and CEO of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), resigned from Trump’s diversity coalition.
JUST IN: Javier Palomarez, leader of U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, resigns from Trump’s Diversity Coalition over DACA decision pic.twitter.com/4MCWsSJGrA
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 5, 2017
A USHCC statement calls Trump’s decision to end DACA a “disgraceful action” and “reckless economic policy.”
Palomarez announced his resignation during an interview on HLN.
— Carol Costello (@CarolHLN) September 5, 2017
Of his decision to resign, Palomarez said, “I really don’t see the logic in doing what we’re doing right now. This did not have to happen. […] I don’t see the point in continuing to try to work with people that clearly don’t see this issue the way I do.”
Did you catch that? Palomarez basically said, “It’s my way or the highway,” and because he’s a typical liberal who’s completely unwilling to work with anyone who thinks differently from him, he chose the highway.
Canceling the unconstitutional DACA program is what’s best. But Palomarez, like most liberals, just can’t see the forest for the trees.
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