Legendary pop singer Cher is calling on millions of her Twitter followers to open their homes to young illegal alien "dreamers" before they get booted out of the country.

"Those Who Can Must Take a DREAMER In2 Their Home & Protect Them‼️I’m Ready 2 Do This & 🙏🏻Others in MY BUSINESS WILL DO THE SAME‼️SANCTUARY"


Cher is merely advocating for millions of her fans to break the law and shield illegal aliens from ICE dream-catchers and deportation. This makes her an accomplice before the fact.

Notice that she's "ready" to harbor illegals.

We doubt she will when the opportunities arrive.

In the meantime, we should expect Cher and other aging celebrities like her to continue paying lip-service in defiance of President Trump's goal to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

The program has given temporary legal status to an estimated 800,000 migrants who have entered the country as children since 2012, the year Barack Obama established DAC through executive order.

On Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced DACA's days are numbered. The program is expected to be dismantled over the next six months.

“I’m here today to announce that the program known as DACA that was effectuated by the Obama administration is being rescinded,” Sessions said Tuesday to reporters at the Department of Justice.

Six months is a long time in terms of legislative action, and a lot can slip betwixt America's cup and President Trump's lip.

Democrats won't rest on their liberal laurels and allow DACA to slip away from them without a political fight.

Trump needs to keep the pressure on immigration reform and move forward with his domestic agenda, which is to secure America's vulnerable borders.

Do you think Cher calling for her fans to give sanctuary to illegal migrants should be considered criminal aiding and abetting?

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