FLASHBACK: When Dick Durbin Advocated for Ending ‘Chain Migration’ That He Calls Racist Today [Video]

[VIDEO] Senator Dick Durbin is one of those liberal politicians who are quick to set sail in the latest direction that the winds are blowing in. What he may have forgotten is that all of his actions and comments are all public record. Take for instance how he has now politicized the “chain migration” issue. He has taken the President to task for even pointing out what a problem this is becoming. He paints the President as an uncaring tyrant. Let us rewind the video back to 2010 when he was defending the DREAM Act and promising there was no chain migration involved. 

As Written and Reported By John Binder for Breitbart: 

In 2010, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) advocated on the Senate floor for ending the process known as “chain migration,” whereby newly naturalized citizens can bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the U.S., a term that he now claims insinuates racism.

While asking Congress to pass the expansive and failed “DREAM Act” amnesty, which would start by legalizing millions of illegal aliens, Durbin touted the fact that the legislation at the time would have ended chain migration, preventing newly amnestied illegal aliens from bringing their extended family members to the U.S.

“The DREAM Act would not allow what is known as chain migration,” Durbin said. “In fact, DREAM Act students would have very limited ability to sponsor their family members for legal status.” [Emphasis added]

Durbin, though, is now attacking Trump for popularizing the term “chain migration,” claiming the technical immigration term that he has previously used is offensive to African-Americans, as Breitbart News reported:

That was the nature of this conversation. When it came to the issue of, quote, “chain…..


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Watch: Dick Durbin Advocated for Ending ‘Chain Migration’ in 2010, a Term He Now Says is Racist – Breitbart

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