The Jay Treaty of 1794 was a focus on trade agreements between Britain, The United States of America, credited with averting war, and creating solutions for many unresolved issues between the two left over from the American Revolution and Treaty of Paris 1783.
It was not dedicated to solving immigration/border issues for the United States. The only passage dedicated to Native Americans of Canada was a result of the US wanting to establish more exact placement of the Canadian border, which at the time was difficult to discern.
American Consular Services in Canada states that as a result of the Jay Treaty "Native Indians born in Canada are therefore entitled to enter the United States for the purpose of employment, study, retirement, investing, and/or immigration".
So to the idiot who wants the Jay Treaty ratified over border restrictions for the whole of the world concerning America, you’d only be helping the Native Americans of Canada… not the rest of the world who’d like to come to America.
And to the blockheads who supported his rants just because he made historical references (albeit elaborate fallacies) such as the War of 1812 and the Jay Treaty of 1794, I say to you: take a history lesson! Learn something, use an encyclopedia before you jump to supporting something that really makes little sense. Had he used that passage as an example for immigration reform, fine. But to ratify just for the purpose of? Simple-minded and ill-received.