(Conservative Tree House) A senior level IT source within the California Department of Motor Vehicles has informed CTH within the past 48 hours California officials have instructed DMV data programmers to remove the internal coding flags for the drivers licenses of illegal aliens in California.
As you might be aware, California passed a law known as AB60 authorizing illegal aliens to receive drivers licenses throughout the state. Within the administrative functions of the state DMV database a designation code known as “AB60 code” was created to flag those specific licenses as containing “Federal Limits Apply”.
We have confirmation from a top level IT source state officials have instructed programmers to immediately remove AB60 administrative coding. The removed code in question is an administrative function for identifying the registered DL holder as an “undocumented person” or illegal alien holder within the DMV database.
[Report: California DMV Making It Harder To ID Illegal Aliens, WND, January 26, 2017]
Note that the original article on the Conservative Tree House is unavailable for some reason.
This action by Governor Brown, his subordinates, Brian P. Kelly, Secretary of the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and Jean Shiomoto, Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), is illegal. It is an attempt to obstruct a Federal investigation and destroy evidence in a criminal investigation. These are violations of Title 18 United States Code (USC) Section 1506, Alteration of A Record, 18 USC 1510, Obstruction of a Criminal Investigation, 18 USC 1505, Obstruction Of A Proceeding Before A Department, and 18 USC 1519, Destruction Or Alteration of Evidence In A Federal Investigation.
Brian Kelly, Criminal
Mark Zuckerberg recently attacked President Donald John Trump in a speech about Facebook's corporate future. The threat there being the cheap labor that will soon be going away. Zuckerberg's billions will have to soon go to paying American computer programmers a higher wage.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday blasted President Donald Trump’s executive orders relating to immigration. “Like many of you, I’m concerned about the impact of the recent executive orders signed by President Trump,” Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook. “We need to keep this country safe, but we should do that by focusing on people who actually pose a threat.”
[Mark Zuckerberg Blasts Trump’s Executive Orders, The Daily Beast, January 27, 2017]
The real fear is that there is a draft executive order in the works that will greatly restrict illegal use of expired F-1 Student Visa holders and fraudulently obtained H-1B work visa holders by Facebook and other tech companies.
President Donald Trump has issued several Executive Orders and Memos this week regarding immigration – below is our summary of the draft order regarding “Protecting American Jobs and Workers by Strengthening the Integrity of Foreign Worker Visa Programs”
- Our country’s immigration policies should be designed and implemented to serve, first and foremost, the U.S. national interest.
- It is the policy of the Trump administration to implement the immigration laws, to the extent consistent with law, in a manner that prioritizes the national interest and protects, to the maximum degree possible, the jobs, wages, and well-being of U.S. workers.
[“Protecting American Jobs and Workers by Strengthening the Integrity of Foreign Worker Visa Programs” Draft Executive Order Summary, Immigration Reform.com (formerly the Stein Report), January 27, 2017]
Zuckerberg sees this as an initial strike against his billions, which has been made possible by employing underpaid alien workers, mostly F-1 Student Visa holders on so-called Optional Practical Training, Curricular Practical Training, and H-1B Work Visa holders paid less than American tech workers. Furthermore, Zuckerberg also hates America, much like his fellow Silicon Valley giants. Trump should demand that the Senate vote on Sessions immediately, for the new Attorney-General has much work to do, especially appointing a new United States Attorney for the Eastern District of California, where the DMV computers and programmers are located.