George W. Bush Promotes Amnesty for Illegal Migrants

Former President George W. Bush this week brushed off Angel Families who have lost loved ones to crimes committed by illegal aliens in order to tout his agenda for expansion of immigration and amnesty for illegals inside the U.S.

Bush and former first lady Laura Bush on Tuesday met with a group of illegal aliens enrolled in Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The meeting also included representatives of advocacy groups promoting mass migration policies.

Bush used the meeting to highlight his recent efforts to lobby Republican lawmakers to work with the Biden administration to grant amnesty to illegal aliens inside the country and increase legal immigration by expanding the issuance of green cards and temporary work visas to record levels.

Bush said that DACA is vital for “young talented people who want to create jobs” but are unsure of their future.

Representatives of Angel Families told Breitbart News that Bush has never asked to meet with them or to seek their input on how they have been affected by illegal immigration.

Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney’s son Ronald Da Silva was killed by an illegal alien during the Bush administration in 2002. In asking where Bush was when her 29-year-old son was murdered, she said that the national immigration system has “grossly neglected Americans.” She challenged Bush and the former first lady to meet with her to give her the same time they have used on protecting illegal aliens.

Angel Mom Sabine Durden Coulter said that no federal official other than President Trump has ever invited Angel Parents to any meetings. She said that she has been kicked out of the offices of Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris. Coulter’s son Dominic Durden was murdered by a twice-convicted illegal alien.

The George W. Bush Institute has worked with the Chamber of Commerce and donor groups that are part of the billionaire Koch brothers’ network to form the Alliance for a New Immigration Consensus. That organization was created to promote amnesty for illegal aliens and to expand immigration on Capitol Hill.

A recent Gallup poll indicates that almost 70 percent of Republican voters want to see overall immigration reduced.