As the discussion over immigration reform begins to develop, after the Trump administration announced that they would revoke the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, some Republicans seemed to be hinting at what their next legislative steps to save it might be. The Trump administration has given Congress six-months to find a solution to either support or revoke the program. Currently, Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) is reportedly taking the lead to gather support for his Recognizing America’s Children Act. Curbelo's bill is an attempt to codify DACA and give DREAMers - children who were raised in the U.S.

by illegal parents - protection from being deported.

The extremist Freedom Caucus

Curbelo's bill is one of many being proposed by both Democrats and Republicans. A bill by Republicans clearly seems to stand more of a chance of getting passed as their party has the majority in Congress. One hurdle, however, is that Congress is not prioritizing immigration reform right now as Congress has little time to act on major legislation. On Friday, they were able to pass bills to fund disaster recovery for Hurricane Harvey and raising the debt ceiling for three months. But even if this were not the case, members of the extremist right-wing Freedom Caucus are ready to reject any pro-immigration bills brought up in the House.

One member of the Freedom Caucus is Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), who was interviewed on NPR Wednesday about DACA.

Paul Gosar focuses on 'law breakers'

In the interview by All Things Considered titled: "GOP Rep. Paul Gosar Outlines Opposition To DACA Program," Rep. Gosar was asked why he thought that DREAMers - children brought to the U.S.

by illegal immigrants - should face the consequences of their parent's actions. Gosar said that those children would use their earned citizenship to get citizenship for their parents who he referred to as the "law breakers." Rep. Gosar mentioned visitor status from the '30s, '40s, and '50s when they were extended every year.

The Arizona representative also said that the government needed to return to the rule of law saying that with the government breaking it, that it only breeds contempt for it.

Fringe element uses immigrants as scapegoats

Gosar said that in the six-months to decide on a solution, that Congress should be able to have a thorough discussion about immigration policy. He wanted to make sure that all of the issues about securing the border were on the table. With his explanation, he made it clear that he wanted the focus to be on what the rewards were for those who wanted to become U.S. citizens. Gosar clearly identifies with the extremist, fringe element that Rep. Curbelo focused on this week when he called out Secretary of State for Kansas Kris Kobach for a statement he made about undocumented immigrants.

Kobach - who's also the vice chairman of Trump's voting commission - said that all of those families should go back to their countries and get in line if they wanted citizenship. Curbelo expressed disappointment in Kobach's statement, saying that people like Kobach who are part of fringe Republicans always use immigrants as scapegoats for the country's economic struggles.