Democrats Create A “Guide” On How To Betray America

At taxpayer expense, the Democratic-led city of Denver, Colorado, is providing a how-to manual to assist other communities in becoming sanctuary cities for immigrants.

The writers of the book, “Newcomers Playbook: A Guide to Welcoming Newcomers To Your City,” said they are “thrilled” to share their blueprint for setting up and running a sanctuary city.

The guide says:

“We are overjoyed that you would like to make your community a welcoming place for immigrants. In keeping with Denver’s welcoming philosophy, we refer to immigrants as “newcomers” to acknowledge their relative newness to the city and use more inclusive terminology. This playbook is a manual with two sections that offer suggestions and tactics for assimilating immigrants into your community.”

The handbook credits multiple migrant agencies, led by the “Office of Mayor Mike Johnston.” The purported author of the booklet, spanning 22 pages and advocating for the creation of immigrant sanctuaries in cities, is the same mayor who has opposed outside organizations and states that have assisted immigrants in Denver, declared the immigration wave unsustainable, dispatched officials on missions to dissuade immigrants from traveling to Denver, expended millions on relocating immigrants to other cities, slashed funding and services, and attempted to remove immigrants from city-sponsored shelters.

Though this is merely the most recent Orwellian rebranding of the term “illegals,” the guide offers helpful advice to aspiring sanctuary cities on how to shift city services from citizens to immigrants, even in the face of actions that appear to contradict the “welcoming” that it claims Denver has offered “newcomers.”

Included are pointers on setting up intake centers to assist in connecting immigrants with free services; additional recommendations cover providing free shelter, food, clothing, medical attention, legal counsel, and more.

The handbook even recommends that communities hire or buy mobile laundromats and shower trucks in order to provide these facilities to “newcomers.”

A comprehensive list of “guest-related” questions is also available to assist towns in anticipating problems. In situations where such information is required, the document even helpfully suggests that city officials use fictitious social security numbers for immigrants, telling readers, “If an online application requires an SSN to continue forward in the web portal, we have input 123-45-6789.”

The Denverite reports that Mayor Johnston declared himself to be “the national leader on this topic” in a press conference following the publication of the handbook.

Johnston emphasized, “Denver has led by developing sustainable systems that assist newcomers get back on their feet and converting a catastrophe into opportunity over the last year and a half, despite the federal government failing to support our communities.”

“We are happy that this strategy will assist immigrants in relocating to cities with greater prospects, assist American towns in effectively embracing newcomers, and revitalize labor markets,” Johnston stated.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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