More of the Barack Hussein hangover!

Hussein gave many illegal immigrants legal status (DACA), violating the Constitution in the process and taking a big dump on those entering America legally. It has only led to a mass attitude of entitlement by illegal immigrants.

Dreamers (DACA recipients), who are actually illegal immigrants, thanks to their parents in most cases, are making demands, and they are doing it publicly.

The latest target of the Dreamers’ ire is Nancy Pelosi, who has been chummy with President Trump lately in an attempt to convince the administration to leave DACA alone. Somehow, that isn’t enough for the Dreamers. They HATE President Trump for his adherence to US law and standing up for America and will not stand for their Congresswoman being cordial with him.

The Dreamers are only hurting themselves. Alienating Pelosi is not going to pay off, and if they believe that President Trump is intimidated by their antics, they have not been paying attention.

The Dreamers chanted “You are a liar” to Pelosi. Duh!

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A vocal group of undocumented youths and their supporters drowned out House Minority Nancy Pelosi Monday at a news conference where she was calling on the Trump administration to immediately pass the DREAM Act.

The event began calmly with a smiling Pelosi at the podium surrounded by Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Jared Huffman, community leaders and other Dreamers.

She had began her speech, calling dreamers courageous.

“Our nation’s dreamers are an inspiration to all of us,” she said. “With their courage and their patriotism. They embody the promise of America… of the American Dream… Make America dream again,” Pelosi said to applause from the partisan crowd.

But then a group stormed in carrying a banner, signs and chanting — “We undocumented youth demand a clean bill … We undocumented youth demand that you do not sell out our community and our values …We undocumented youth will not be a bargaining chip for Trump.”

Many of the demonstrators were carrying signs reading “Democrats are Deporters.”

Pelosi unsuccessfully attempted to calm down the chanting students.

“You’ve had your say, and it’s beautiful music to our ears,” Pelosi said. But when they interrupted again, she shouted “Just stop it now!”

Moments later, she was forced to leave the news conference.

Meanwhile in San Francisco federal court, six immigrants brought to the United States as children who became teachers, graduate students and a lawyer sued the Trump administration on over its decision to end a program shielding them from deportation.

The lawsuit filed in federal court in San Francisco alleges the move violated the constitutional rights of immigrants who lack legal status and provided information about themselves to the U.S. government so they could participate in the program.

“The consequences are potentially catastrophic,” said Jesse Gabriel, a lawyer for the plaintiffs. “These people can very powerfully and very clearly communicate the extent to which they organized their lives around this program.”

The lawsuit joins others filed over President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which has allowed nearly 800,000 immigrants to obtain work permits and deportation protection since 2012.

More than a dozen states from Maine to California have sued over the administration’s decision to phase out the program, alleging similar constitutional violations. So has the University of California system.

Gabriel said the impact of Trump’s decision directly weighed on his clients’ personal lives and decisions they made to advance their careers in this U.S.

He said Dulce Garcia is a 34-year-old lawyer in San Diego who came to the United States from Mexico when she was four years old. She recently signed a lease for an office and hired employees because she believed she could stay and work in the U.S. under the program, Gabriel said.

“Now, the government is totally pulling out the rug from under her,” he said.

The plaintiffs also include teachers, a medical student and a law student. They are from Mexico and Thailand.

Department of Justice spokesman Devin O’Malley blamed the Obama administration for starting the program and said the agency will defend Trump’s decision.

“It was the previous administration’s arbitrary circumvention of Congress that got us to this point,” he said. “The Department of Justice looks forward to defending this Administration’s position and restoring respect for the rule of law.”