The word “Dreamer” conjures up many emotions. I personally think of someone who has hopes and aspirations for their future, perhaps someone who is working hard to attain their goals, someone who is sacrificing and struggling and laser focused on this dream that they seek…..

Perhaps evoking these emotions was the very outcome intended when the word “dreamer” was chosen to represent the thousands of people who currently live illegally in the United States of American. ….One might ask why would the powers -that -be select that particular word to represent a segment of the population that could be objectively referred to as criminals?

Improper entry (or attempted entry) at a place other than one that is designated by immigration authorities can carry  civil and possibly criminal penalties ~ 

[Sec 8 U.S.C. section 1325, I.N.A section 275]

Of course the answer is simple: those in charge have the goal of bestowing amnesty and eventually citizenship for this ever growing group of foreign invaders.

With that goal in mind, they would prefer the native born legal resident population feel sympathy and empathy towards the estimated 600,000-800,000 [USCIS] individuals that desire to ride the coattails of a fallacy, into the reality of becoming an American Citizen after spending years in the country illegally.

A Few Important Facts about the DREAMer and DACA population:

  • Most of those who apply for (and receive DACA) did not come here as babies and young children.
  • This can be determined by observing the ages the individuals applied for the program. The program was capped to include individuals under age 31 (as of 2012). When accounting for both the age requirement and the dates of the documents submitted to prove residency, it can be determined that most DACA applicants arrived in the US between the ages of 12 and 16 [USCIS data, 2017]
  • A large number of DACA applicants weren’t “brought” here by anyone – they crossed the border themselves: The DACA program does not require that applicants were brought here without their consent. Anyone who entered the U.S. prior to age 16 and who was under 31 on June 15, 2012 could apply.
  • They’re not all valedictorians: Over 2,000 individuals approved for DACA had their status terminated because they were convicted of crimes ranging from alien smuggling to sexual assault. And the number of DACA recipients subject to termination is still growing [USCIS].
  • Disturbingly, contrary to what we are told by the media and legislators alike….many of those who continue to hold the title and associated benefits of DACA, have a criminal record and have yet to be terminated from the program [DHS IDENT Data, 2012-2018]
  • 20% of DACA and DREAMers have graduated high-school, and almost just as many (19%) have dropped out[Pew Research Center]
  • Only 0.1125% of DACA recipients have joined the US Military (900 of the estimated 800,000).

With these facts in mind, lets delve into some of the source documents that allow a more objective view of the truth behind DACA and the DREAMers.

According to USICS of the
888,765 who applied for DACA in the 2017-2018 year:

  • 80,779 had a prior arrest
  • 59,786 were still approved despite their arrest.
  • Only 20,993 of those with an arrest were denied.
  • Of those who did not have an arrest at the time they applied (in the 2017-2018 year) 7, 814 went on be arrested at a later date in the same year they were granted the DACA benefit.
  • only 1, 010 of those 7,814 were terminated from the program upon arrest. [USCIS,reports and resources]

What kind of crimes are they committing?

Five of more common crimes that those receiving DACA are arrested for committing:

  • Driving Related: [number and percent of those accepted into DACA ]
    20,926 or 38.90%
  • Immigration-related (incl. civil and criminal offenses):
    11,861 or 22.05%
  • Theft, larceny, etc. :
    6,629 or 12.32%
  • Drug-related(excl. DUI):
    4,611 or 8.57%
  • Battery:
    2,503 or 2,503

DACA Grants Dreamers Amnesty for Felonies and Other Serious Crimes In spite of this widespread criminal behavior by Dreamers, the current DACA guidelines only exclude individuals who have been convicted of a felony, a significant misdemeanor, or three or more other misdemeanors as long as they do not otherwise pose a threat to national security or public safety.

Thus, the DACA guidelines give illegal aliens committing multiple felonies and significant misdemeanors a total pass as long as they have not been convicted of their criminal activity.

This means that Dreamer gang-bangers, Dreamer identity thieves, Dreamer sexual predators, Dreamers who haven’t paid income taxes, and Dreamers committing a wide range of other crimes all qualify for DACA status as long as they haven’t been convicted of their crimes.

These guidelines conflict with President Trump’s Executive Order 13768 on immigration enforcement, which makes other illegal aliens committing the same crimes eligible for deportation even if they have not been convicted of their crimes


It is also important to note that the United States government currently instructs illegal aliens and their employers to hide their criminal activity and/or promises not to hold them accountable for their violations of U.S. and state laws.

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The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) guidance provided in their “Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)” tells illegal alien Dreamers to exclude their fraudulently obtained/used Social Security numbers in item 9 of Form I-765 even though this item specifically asks for a list of Social Security Numbers previously used:

Q73: How should I fill out question 9 on Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization?
A73. When you are filing a Form I-765 as part of a DACA request, question 9 is asking you to list those Social Security numbers that were officially issued to you by the Social Security Administration [not numbers you illegally obtained and used].

USCIS further promises employers that any information about illegal employment practices that they disclose in support of a Dreamer’s DACA application will not be used against them:

Q. If I provide my employee with information regarding his or her employment to support a request for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals, will that information be used for immigration enforcement purposes against me and/or my company?
A. You may, as you determine appropriate, provide individuals requesting deferred action for childhood arrivals with documentation which verifies their employment. This information will not be shared with ICE for civil immigration enforcement purposes pursuant to INA section 274A unless there is evidence of egregious violations of criminal statutes or widespread abuses.

USCIS also instructs employers to ignore Dreamers’ job-related felonies committed when the Dreamers entered fraudulently obtained Social Security numbers on their original I-9 forms under penalty of perjury. In addition, employers are not required to end the employment of Dreamers committing felony Social Security fraud, perjury, and identity theft. Rather, they are instructed to replace the Dreamers’ original I-9 forms with new ones containing the Dreamers’ newly issued Social Security numbers. This rewards illegal aliens for their felonies and leaves the Americans who are victims of their identity theft and other criminal actions holding the bag.

GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS OF EXISTING EMPLOYEES.
Employers must have a properly completed Form I-9 on file for every employee hired after November 6, 1986. Deferred action recipients who are currently working [illegally] may provide updated documentation to their employers. An employer receiving updated documentation from an employee should review the employee’s previously [fraudulently] completed Form I-9 [under penalty of perjury] and….complete a new I-9 form when any of the following information has changed in Section 1 of the previously completed Form I-9: The employee’s name, Date of birth, [perjured] Attestation, [illegally obtained] Social Security number, if a [illegally obtained] social security number was provided on the previously

Thus, these USCIS instructions, both independently and taken together, put an agency of the United States government in the position of advising Dreamers to hide their criminal acts and telling employers that if they have (1) employed illegal aliens and (2) if they fail to report Dreamers’ criminal activities that neither they nor the Dreamers will be held accountable.

Therefore, the Obama administration’s DACA program puts the U.S. government in the position of rewarding Dreamers and their employers for their illegal actions while at the same time turning its back on the American citizen and legal resident victims of the illegal alien Dreamers’ crimes.


Crimes Committed by DREAMers:

Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), from which more than 800,000 un-vetted young illegal aliens have been given protected status and work permits, the number of them who are convicted criminals, gang members, or suspects in crimes remains staggering.

Below, is a compiled some of the 2,139 DACA recipients, deemed “DREAMers” by the open borders lobby, who have had their temporary protected status revoked due to crimes including:

“A felony criminal conviction; a significant misdemeanor conviction; multiple misdemeanor convictions; gang affiliation; or arrest of any crime in which there is deemed to be a public safety concern,” according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency. The majority of crimes by DACA recipients include: “Alien smuggling, assaultive offenses, domestic violence, drug offenses, DUI, larceny and thefts, criminal trespass and burglary, sexual offenses with minors, other sex offenses and weapons offenses,” USCIS has stated

DREAMer Who Killed Two Girls in Hit-and-Run Won’t Be Deported

Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros, an illegal alien protected by DACA, was convicted in 2014 of two counts of felony hit and run after she killed two Forest Grove, Oregon, stepsisters — Anna Dieter-Eckerdt and Abigail Robinson ages 6 and 11 respectively — who were playing at the time of the incident. A judge also threw out Garcia-Cisneros’ deportation case after her murder conviction

Illegal Arrested for Child Sex-Abuse Was Protected By Obama’s Migrant Amnesty , January 2016:

The illegal immigrant who was arrested this week in Arizona for a sex crime against a three-year old girl, was being shielded from repatriation by President Barack Obama’s 2012 ‘Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals’ program, according to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The little girl was found Monday, while duct-taped, inside a trash bag, and covered in feces in a closet in an apartment occupied by Francisco Rios-Covarrubias. He was charged with kidnapping, sexual conduct with a minor, felony child abuse, and sex trafficking. The child’s mother was also arrested.

DREAMer Murdered American Teen in Sanctuary City

Laura Wilkerson explained what occurred to her son, Josh, at the hands of an illegal alien protected by DACA in 2013:

We found out later that what he [Hermilio Moralez] did was he asked Josh for a ride home from school and Josh said, ‘sure,’” Wilkerson said. “I think he’d given him a ride home two or three times before. He took him actually to his parents’ house. For some reason, we found out later why, what he did to Josh was he hit him in the nose, and this is what the kid tells from the stand, he hit him in the nose so hard that it would blind him so that he couldn’t fight back. Then he kicked him so hard in the stomach. Josh was about this big around and he weighed about 100 pounds in the body bag. He kicked him so hard in the stomach that his liver sliced in two and his spine sliced in two. He ruptured his spleen. He took a closet rod and beat Josh over the head so hard with it that it broke in four pieces. He strangled him, then let him go. Strangled him, let him go. Per the medical examiner, it was just torturous. After he murdered him, as he said, when Josh quit having bloody bubbles come out of his nose, he knew he was gone, he tied him up like an animal with about 13 ropes from his the back of his neck to the back of his hands, to the back of his feet. He covered his head with his school shirt. Then he put him in the back of my son’s truck and he drove around and he took two dollars out of Josh’s wallet and he stopped and bought gas. Then he took him to a field and he took his wallet and school ID out and just placed it by the body. Then he doused him with gas and set him on fire. It was just incredible

DREAMer Accused of Raping Woman in Sanctuary City

Salvador Diaz-Garcia, 23, is facing second-degree assault and rape charges for an alleged brutal attack on a 19-year-old woman in Burien, Washington.

According to court documents, the woman was on a treadmill at her local gym when Garcia allegedly stood behind her and asked her questions. The woman said she asked Garcia to move. Garcia allegedly attacked the woman, breaking her jaw and nose, and ripping half of her ear off.

Father of Murdered Florida Mother Reveals Suspected Killer Was DACA Recipient

Curt is the father of Kelsey Engelsen, the 24-year-old woman who was allegedly murdered outside a bar by alleged DACA recipient and convicted felon Carlos Ruben Rodriguez, 24-years-old, as reported.

As previously reported by FOX 4 Now, Rodriguez has been charged with second-degree murder following the incident in which he and another man were allegedly in a fight. Witnesses say that’s when Rodriguez began allegedly shooting, killing Engelsen, and wounding another woman, Cassandra Santos.

Three DREAMers Arrested in Nationwide Gang Crackdown

Three illegal alien gang members arrested in an ICE operation back in May had protected status under the Obama-era DACA program. Since DACA’s inception, more than 1,500 illegal immigrants saw their protected status revoked after they were found to be involved with a gang or committed a crime.

DREAMer Allegedly Helped Drag Queen Smuggle Illegal Aliens in Texas

Juan Valdez Molina, an illegal alien protected by DACA, was accused by Texas authorities of helping a drag queen smuggle illegal aliens across the U.S.-Mexico Border. For his alleged part in the human smuggling conspiracy, Valdez was expected to be paid $1,000.

DREAMer Faces Deportation after Drug Allegations

Juan Manuel Martinez, 19, will soon become one of a few DACA recipients who will be deported back to his native country after run-ins with the law in May 2017. Earlier this year, Martinez was arrested for drug possession after Monterey County sheriff’s deputies found meth and marijuana in his vehicle. Martinez was also charged with trespassing, which he later pleaded no contest to.

Earlier this year, Martinez was arrested for drug possession after Monterey County sheriff’s deputies found meth and marijuana in his vehicle. Martinez was also charged with trespassing, which he later pleaded no contest to.

DREAMer Arrested in Sexual Predator Sting near Texas Border

Hernandez-Rodas, an illegal alien protected by DACA, was charged with child sex crimes after he allegedly lured a 14-year-old girl, who ended up being a federal agent, into a hotel room for sex.

DREAMer Deported to Mexico After Embezzlement Charges

Gus Zamudio, 18, returned to Mexico City nearly a month before he was expected to graduate from art school in May.

Zamudio allegedly embezzled approximately $3,000 from Harris Teeter, the grocery store he was working for in February, according to police. Zamudio’s attorney pleaded down the felony charges, but the illegal immigrant remained in law enforcement custody.


Again, I do not present this content out of hatred for any group. Despite what the mainstream narrative would like everyone to believe, one does not have to have hatred in their heart to understand the irrefutable truth: feelings don’t change facts.

And the facts are simple: the wide open unsecured southern border is the cause of a rising amount violent crimes committed against innocent American citizens. Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and children are all missing loved ones everyday due to crimes committed by individuals whose presence in our country is a crime of its own.

We have the right (and I would argue the duty) to stand up and say “Enough.” “Not one more senseless death at the hands of a lawless invader.” ….We must utilize the love we have for our people to find our voices and demand the sovereignty that our forefathers died for be restored to the borders of our great nation.