With all of her legal troubles now behind her thanks to a heinous bit of legal trickery by Obama’s Justice Department many are considering it to be a foregone conclusion that Queen Hillary will ascend to the throne as Barack Obama’s successor. With many Republicans acting in a manner that would be consistent with the actions of Clinton crime family embeds as they try to frag their own presumptive nominee it is going to be a weakened Donald Trump that will emerge from the convention barring any sort of coup.

It has been clear for quite some time now that a number of RINOs, R.A.T.’s and other treacherous snakes would rather see their own influence preserved with a restoration of the Clinton dynasty than to risk being displaced in the pecking order due to the upheaval of a Trump administration. One of the most consistently vocal of the R.A.T.’s has been Senator Lindsey Graham. The Palmetto State princess is now already making plans for a congressional collaboration with Mrs. Clinton to resuscitate the Gang of Eight’s efforts to bestow amnesty upon millions of illegal aliens.

According to Breitbart News “Report: Gang of Eight Members Eye Amnesty Return in 2017”:

The time will be ripe for comprehensive immigration reform next year, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) tells Politico, and some senators are already making plans to revive their polarizing Gang of Eight bill.

According to Politico, the South Carolina Republican and others are looking to capitalize on what they expect to be a GOP defeat in November.

“I’ll tell you what I’m going to do in 2017,” Graham said to Politico. “I’m going to take the Gang of Eight bill out, dust it off and ask anybody and everybody who wants to work with me to make it better to do so.”

Graham was a member of the Gang of Eight that tried to push through comprehensive immigration reform, which included amnesty for illegal immigrants, in 2013. The legislation passed in the Senate but failed to make it through the House.

As Politico reports, Graham is not the only former member of the “gang” who sees 2017 as possibly the year for comprehensive immigration reform.

“The hour [when] we can move it, we’ve got to move it,” Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), another Gang of Eight member told Politico. “If they don’t [understand the urgency], we’ll do another autopsy after the next election and we’ll determine we’ve got to do

Senator Flake has also emerged as one of Trump’s most vocal critics as of late is fully onboard with the amnesty project and in recent article from the Hill entitled “Arizona senator says Trump’s border wall not ‘advisable'” he seemed to shoot down the idea of a border wall.

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said in an interview broadcast Sunday that Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall across the U.S. border with Mexico isn’t “advisable.”

Speaking with John Catsimatidis in a radio interview, Flake was asked whether Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, is right to be alarmed about border security.

“To think that we’d have a wall like Donald Trump is talking about across our 225-mile border with Mexico from California to Texas isn’t very feasible, or advisable,” he said.

But there are still concerns about the border, Flake said, admitting he is concerned about drug trafficking and the possibility of terrorists coming across from Mexico.

Flake argued the federal government hasn’t done enough to secure the border and Arizona is paying the price.

“Certainly we need better border security,” he said. “We have about a 750-mile border in Arizona with Mexico and we bear the brunt of the federal government’s failure to have a secure border.”

Flake has been a vocal critic of his party’s likely presidential nominee.

Last month he said he “can’t see [himself] voting for Donald Trump.”

In addition to Graham and Flake, the Gang of Eight included R.A.T.’s John McCain, Little Marco Rubio and DemocRATs Chuck Schumer of Wall Street, Bob “indicted for corruption” Menendez, Dick Durbin and Michael Bennett – all of whom just can’t wait to revisit the controversial issue over shots of tequila with President Hillary.

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