Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Obama Uses Executive Authority to Delete Stunning Phrase From Oath of Allegiance    June 28, 2016 

By now, we should be used to President Barack Obama exerting his executive authority every chance he gets — especially when it comes to the matter of immigration.
Obama is now allowing legal immigrants seeking citizenship through the naturalization process to skip an essential part of the Oath of Allegiance — the part where they pledge to defend America.
Breitbart reported that immigrants can opt out of the part of the oath where they pledge to “bear arms on behalf of the United States.”
They also do not have to cite any specific religious belief that forbids them to perform military service.
This particular executive order was enacted in July last year — and Congress did nothing to stop it. We don’t expect lawmakers to do anything about it now, either. After all, this is the same Congress that has betrayed the American people by refusing to ban terrorists from entering the federal refugee program.
In the year ending June 30, 2015, the U.S. welcomed 729,995 legal permanent residents into full citizenship, according to the Naturalization Fact Sheet on the US Citizenship and Immigration Service website.
The pledge to help defend America was good enough for them.
However, Obama’s lackeys at the USCIS think it’s too much to ask of the estimated 18.7 million legal immigrants eligible for naturalization today — or the 750,000 who will be naturalized in the coming year.
This move undermines the very foundations of being an American citizen by creating a new class of citizens who are not obligated to serve when America is in need — and that is a dangerous move that puts the country at risk.
Once again, Obama has displayed his contempt for America and those who fought and died for our freedom.
We can only hope this is the last of the president’s unilateral executive actions that seem intent on destroying our great nation.

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