Senator Tom Cotton Fires Back at Amnesty Advocates!

In the most simple of rebuttals, Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas takes on the media’s claim that the Dream Act has the popular support of the nation. He points to the political reality that the Democrats know better and that is why they did not wage a fight for it over the budget. 

President Trump’s arguments against the dream act were about the consequences of allowing all who are here to stay here and send for every relative that they have. That argument strikes a chord and the Democrats sense that. That is why that battle was not fought this year.

As Written and Reported By John Binder for Brietbart: 

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) says that if a mass amnesty plan were as popular as the mainstream media purports it to be, Democrats would have used a year-end spending bill to shut down the government unless they got amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.

In a response to a New York Times report on President Trump’s pro-American immigration agenda, Cotton fired back at the notion from the mainstream media and open borders advocates that the DREAM Act, the most expansive amnesty plan filed in Congress, is popular.

Cotton also credited President Trump’s opposition to the process known as “chain migration,” where newly naturalized immigrants can bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the U.S. with them, and the Diversity Visa Lottery program, as being “part of his victory” in the 2016 presidential election.

The Diversity Visa Lottery gives out 50,000 visas every year to foreign nationals from a multitude of countries, including those with known terrorist problems – such as Afghanistan, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Yemen, and Uzbekistan….


‘If DREAM Act Were So Popular, Dems Would’ve Shut Down Gov’t:’ Tom Cotton Fires Back at Amnesty Advocates

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