Newly-minted Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine just let the cat out of the bag.

In one of his first interviews since being selected as Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Senator Kaine told a Spanish-language network just how quickly Democrats plan to pass amnesty.

And it’s item number one on the Clinton agenda.

Speaking to Telemundo, Senator Kaine declared amnesty would pass in the first 100 days of a Clinton-Kaine administration.

The Washington Times reports:

A new Clinton administration would pursue a bill to legalize illegal immigrants in “the first 100 days” of her tenure, vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine told Spanish-language network Telemundo in an interview Monday, presenting a deep contrast with Republicans.

 Mr. Kaine also predicted that House Republicans, who stopped President Obama’s last bid for legalization in 2013, will reverse themselves next year and said House Speaker Paul D. Ryan will lead the GOP to embrace legalization.

 “Paul Ryan and the other leaders of his party are going to understand that if they want a future for their party, they are going to have to work together to find a solution to this,” Mr. Kaine told “Noticias Telemundo,” according to a transcript provided by the network.

 As Democrats kicked off their convention Monday, they repeatedly attacked GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump for being a “bully,” particularly toward illegal immigrants, and said he would ruin the American experience for immigrants if he gets into the White House.

 Many conservatives are worried Paul Ryan and other establishment Republicans will sell out the party’s base to pass amnesty legislation that is favored by the donor class.

Activists pushed for strong language in the party platform about securing our border and ending illegal immigration.

Politico reports:

Besides the border wall, the GOP platform calls for immediate revocation of Obama’s executive actions that affect young immigrants brought here illegally and undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and green card holders. The latter has been blocked by the courts.

 The platform also calls it “indefensible” to allow more than 1 million immigrants to obtain green cards every year — showing the influence of conservative Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, the first Senator to endorse Trump.

 “Illegal immigration endangers everyone, exploits the taxpayers, and insults all who aspire to enter America legally,” the document reads.

 Trump arguably won the Republican nomination because he made illegal immigration and building a border wall paid for by Mexico the central plank of his campaign.

This could explain why many establishment Republicans are working to undermine Trump’s White House bid.

If Trump loses, it would help them pass the amnesty legislation they teamed up with Obama on in a failed effort to ram the Gang of Eight bill through Congress in 2013.

Senator Kaine saying Democrats plan to pass amnesty in the first 100 days is giving signals to Republicans that they intend to jam them with an amnesty bill when the Clinton administration will have their most political capital.

Liberals believe Republicans will be demoralized after a third straight presidential election defeat.

They will take advantage of establishment Republicans believing amnesty is a silver bullet to win over Hispanic voters and push the legislation.

The conservative grassroots will likely rise up in massive opposition.

Would Republican leadership listen to their voters, or will they work with the Democrats?