Criminals Zuckerberg and Chan
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have donated millions of dollars via the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative to TheDream.US, a program that will award over 100 college scholarships to illegal immigrants in the Bay Area.
The donations have been spread out over the past several years, and the 139 scholarships given out are part of a concerted effort to ensure that 400 young illegals will attend college in the region by 2020. The “dreamers,” as they are commonly known, are not eligible for federal financial aid, private scholarships, or other grants, so cannot generally afford college. TheDream.US believes that it is a shame to “waste [their] talent.” Tania Wilcox, the program’s director for college partnerships, said that the organization “truly believes that an education is so important for people to be able to contribute to this community and this nation.”
[Facebook’s Zuckerberg and Wife Help Illegal Immigrants with College Tuition, by Jack Hadfield, Breitbart, July 4, 2017]
Zuckerberg and Chan have been joined by a bureaucrat, from the 4th tier San Jose State University, Mary Papazian.
Bureaucrat and Criminal Mary Papazian
Mary Papazian, the president of San Jose State University, argued that the illegal students have a “real sense of drive and purpose… with just a little support, it’s really incredible what they can do.” San Jose State is set to receive more than 40% of the scholarship recipients this year.
Sadly, the Trump Administration has not yet moved against these criminals. Zuck, Chan, and Papazian are liable under Title 8 United States Code, Section 1324(a)(1)(A)(iv). Bringing In And Harboring Illegal Aliens:
(iv) encourages or induces an alien to come to, enter, or reside in the United States, knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such coming to, entry, or residence is or will be in violation of law
All three, and the others identified previously should be arrested and prosecuted. President Trump can also move against those schools that enroll and provide assistance to illegal aliens administratively by striking at their revenue stream, legal foreign students in the United States on F-1 visas. San Jose State is particularly vulnerable to cutting off foreign students.
Next in line were UCLA and UC Berkeley, which each had more than 6,000 international students in 2014, or close to 15 percent of their student body. In the California State University system, San Jose State had the highest number of international students, at 3,600, or 11 percent of its student body.
[California’s Foreign Student Population Explodes Over Decade, by Phillip Reese, Sacramento Bee, May 19, 2016]
President Trump can order the Department of State to stop issuing student visas to colleges and universities that enroll illegal aliens. He has this authority as part of his authority to see that the laws of the United States are faithfully executed and his plenary authority over the issuance of visas. In the recent Supreme Court decision, Kerry v. Din, the court said that aliens outside the United States have no constitutional claim to even an immigrant visa, much less a temporary non-immigrant visa. Moreover, persons or institutions in violation of the laws have no right to government largess.
It is time for President Trump and Attorney General Sessions to act against the plutocrats and bureaucrats who think they are above the law.