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Democrats seek to slip amnesty for Illegal aliens in infrastructure deal

"Senate Democrats are seeking to slip an amnesty for potentially millions of illegal aliens into an infrastructure deal and lobbying President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to support such a maneuver.

According to the Miami Herald, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) is urging Harris to get behind a plan by Senate Democrats that would put amnesty provisions for illegal aliens into an infrastructure deal."

Full article on Breitbart.com

What do our so called representatives not understand about ILLEGAL?  Never mind they are democrats/RINO's and laws mean nothing to them unless of course a republican/conservative breaks one.  Rewarding people for breaking the law is inexcusable.  


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( June 19th, 2021 @ 2:01 pm )
 
This "infrastructure" bill has very little to do with infrastructure in the first place. It is a grab bag of pork barrel boondoggles, many related to the Green New Deal. What is outrageous is RINO Senators Burr and Tillis supporting it in concept. If they vote for it they need to be run out of the party on a rail. Burr has already been censured. Tillis will need at least the same treatment. Adding amnesty for illegal aliens to this witch's brew would make a truly awful bill even worse.



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