One of Obama’s ‘Dreamers’ Murdered An 18-Year-Old Girl

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After 8 years of Obama’s presidency, millions of illegals are now currently occupying U.S. soil thanks to lax border policies. Every day, they take advantage of our tax system, abuse our social handouts, and some of them, such as Daniel De Jesus Rangel-Sherrer, even murder our teenage daughters.

President Obama was notorious for enacting policies which arguably favored non-Americans over our very own American citizens, and unfortunately we’re still feeling the consequences of his abuse of power. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of illegal immigrants are currently shielded from ICE in this country thanks to Obama’s “Dream Act.”

The Dream Act, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, essentially gives temporary amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants who came here under the age of 18. While President Trump has tried to undo the damage which Obama did, house Democrats and even RINO’s in the GOP are fighting him every step of the way.

Breitbart reports that one of Obama’s so called “Dreamers,” Rangel-Sherrer, was shielded under DACA and given temporary amnesty. In return, he brutally murdered an 18 girl in the middle of the woods, because she had “spread false rumors about him.”

An illegal alien accused of murdering a teenage girl in Greenville County, South Carolina, was shielded from deportation as he was a beneficiary of the Obama-created DACA amnesty program.

Daniel De Jesus Rangel Sherrer, 19, was one of the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens shielded from deportation and given a work permit under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) confirmed to Breitbart Texas.

Sherrer, as Breitbart News reported, was charged in connection with the murder of 18-year-old Diana Martinez-Gonzalez after she was found shot to death in a wooded area in the town of Easley, South Carolina.

During a press conference, Master Deputy Ryan Flood said the DACA recipient confessed to a deputy about his alleged murder of Martinez-Gonzalez, a high school student.

Sherrer allegedly murdered the girl in the wooded area because she had spread false rumors about him, the illegal alien told deputies. Police say the DACA recipient had also held another teenage girl against her will, but that she escaped the scene.

Sherrer is now facing first-degree murder charges and should he be released from prison at any time, he will be deported.

Under DACA, created by Obama in 2012, hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens were prevented from being deported by receiving temporary amnesty in the U.S.

President Trump’s administration, via Attorney General Jeff Sessions, announced that the program will officially end in March 2018, though the Republican establishment and Democrats are pushing to give permanent amnesty to the recipients.

Most recently, Ivanka Trump called DACA recipients “innocent people”, Breitbart News reported.

More than 2,100 illegal alien DACA recipients were kicked from the program for crimes and gang affiliations.

Thankfully, President Trump has assembled a team of men and women willing to keep this country safe from illegal immigrants—and while some of his cabinet are of questionable character, many have argued that President Trump is recruiting insiders who know how to work with the other insiders down in the swamp.

Come March of next year, this insanity will end. No more amnesty simply because you arrived here before a certain age. If you want to come to the USA, you must do it LEGALLY, and you must not commit any crimes. The Democrats are certainly not done fighting yet, but with a little bit of luck, and some help from Trump, we’ll make America great in no time.

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