Supported by polls showing American voters want the GOP to take a stand when it comes to illegal immigration, Republicans in the House of Representatives are doing just that: they expressed their rejection of the 2013 proposals that a lot of RINOs hoped would become the basis of ain immigration policy platform in the future.
According to a report by Breitbart, the NRCC’s report released on Feb. 17 indicates that Hispanic battleground voters think Congress Republicans (42%) can handle dealing with issues like jobs and the economy better than Congress Democrats (35%).
The publication of this report marks the GOP’s informal abandonment of the establishment wing’s claim that more amnesty and immigration is how they can win more Latino voters.
This claim served as the focus of the controversial Growth and Opportunity Project report backed by establishment Republicans following Gov. Mitt Romney’s loss against former Pres. Barack Obama in 2013. The said report was frequently called the “postmortem” or “autopsy” report, and it was called the establishment Republicans’ highly detailed plan to win future presidential elections.
By rejecting this proposal in the present day, House Republicans are, in effect, choosing to support what their voters and constituents are saying over the interests of large corporations and farming enterprises that want to exploit cheap labor as a way of keeping their cost of operations down while increasing profit.