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The House GOP leadership will push a new amnesty bill today that does not set upper limits on an amnesty or even cut migration levels but which does exclude reforms found in Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s immigration reform bill, sources tell Breitbart News.

In November, if House Speaker Paul Ryan gets his way, most GOP legislators “will be on record in support of amnesty,” Iowa Rep. Steve King told Breitbart News. “It is not going to help us in November” if there is a vote in the House on amnesty, King said.

The article goes on to state the following:

The retiring Speaker is forcing a floor debate where Republicans will split their party by voting for a business-demanded amnesty, and where Democrats will unify their party by voting against reforms or a wall, said one source with knowledge of the draft details, adding:

Leading up to the midterms, in exactly the moment that the Republicans look like they have a good chance, the Republican leaders are going to do this? For what? To show Republican voters that Republicans legislators suck?

Breitbart also reported:

The draft bill will be presented to the caucus on Thursday morning as an amended version of the reform bill drafted by Rep. Bob Goodlatte.

The leaders have already decided to strip out Goodlatte’s offer of extra guest-workers for the farming sector, and his requirement that companies use the federal E-Verify system to exclude illegal migrants from jobs. The Goodlatte bill only offered work-permits to the 700,000 validated DACA migrants, but the leaders want at least 1.4 million Democratic-leaning migrants to get on a “path to citizenship” and to the ballot box.

Additionally, the report includes the following:

The morning meeting is being presented as an opportunity for debate, said King, but “they will try to sell us something, not allow open dialogue.”

The leadership amnesty will be presented as a concession to 1.4 million or 1.8 million ‘DACA’ illegals, but the bill will not include any rules that would prevent the amnesty growing far beyond the claimed cap, sources say.

The amnesty provides no means for government officials to quickly reject courtroom demands by migrants who will arrive in 2019 with faked documents showing their eligibility for the DACA amnesty. In contrast, Goodlatte’s bill simply converts a known number of DACA approvals into longer-term work permits, so giving the DACA migrants most of the rights held by Americans except for the vote.

King shared a unemployment chart on Twitter Thursday morning, condemning the claim that immigrants are needed to do jobs Americans won’t. He tweeted, “I’m in discussions with Republicans who demand more cheap immigrant labor. Here is where they can find the labor-among the 107 million Americans who are not in the workforce. Put them to work!”

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