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    Trump Senior Adviser: Rubio the Candidate of ‘The Open Borders Syndicate’; Represents

    Trump Senior Adviser: Rubio the Candidate of ‘The Open Borders Syndicate’; Represents ‘Obama’s Third Term’



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    On today’s program of Breitbart News Daily, Donald Trump’s Senior Policy Advisor, Stephen Miller, blasted donor-class favorite Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) as the “front man for the open borders syndicate.”

    Miller, former communications director for Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and the Senate Budget Committee now serving as Trump’s Senior Policy Adviser, appeared on today’s program to provide policy analysis on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the immigration issue ahead of Saturday night’s debate.

    “Marco Rubio is the front man for the open borders syndicate,” Miller declared.

    “Understand this,” Miller told listeners, “Marco Rubio is determined to finish what he started with the Gang of Eight bill and to be President Obama’s third term on immigration.”

    Indeed, Marco Rubio has been one of the most ardent champions of the donor-class’ open borders agenda. In 2013, Rubio co-authored and ushered through the Senate an immigration plan endorsed by La Raza, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg, the AFL-CIO, the Chamber of Commerce, SEIU, and Barack Obama.

    As reports from the The National Review, the Tampa Bay Times, the Washington Post, the New Yorker and others have all suggested, it is unlikely Obama’s immigration agenda would have ever made it through the Senate if not for Sen. Rubio’s tireless efforts. Rubio was the bill’s chief salesman. To this day, Rubio continues to defend the his progressive immigration bill– maintaining that it did not grant amnesty.

    Moreover, Rubio continues to support every substantial policy outlined in his 2013 bill— including granting citizenship (and, thereby, welfare access and voting privileges) to illegal immigrants, increasing guest worker visas, expanding refugee resettlement, and allowing the foreign-born population to surge beyond all known historical precedent.

    Even after the Gang of Eight agenda died in the House, Rubio introduced new legislation last year—backed by his corporate backers—which would expand the controversial H-1B foreign worker program and would allow for an unlimited expansion of Muslim migration.

    According to Pew polling data, Marco Rubio’s desire to expand projected immigration growth is opposed by at least 92% of Republican electorate.

    Perhaps underscoring the argument advanced by the Trump campaign is the fact that Rubio’s candidacy has been enthusiastically embraced by some of the most powerful mass migration advocates, such as Paul Singer and Larry Ellison.

    (can hear the interview at the source link)

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-governm...as-third-term/
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    We need to get Rubio out of there! I want to see a two man race between Trump & Cruz ... let the chips fall where they may between those two. The rest, including Rubio, need to be sent packing back to their respective jobs or state!
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    Nice job Miller!

    Hopefully the donor class candidates will take direct aim at Rubio tomorrow while Trump and Cruz pound his flanks. It is do or die for some of them.
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    Rubio and Cruz. A vote for either one is a vote for Obama's third term.

    As bad as Hilary is, at least she is, without a doubt, a citizen.

    If either Rubio or Cruz win the Republican nomination, I will cast my vote for Hilary. As far as I am concerned, the situation is really that bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkskyali View Post
    Rubio and Cruz. A vote for either one is a vote for Obama's third term.

    As bad as Hilary is, at least she is, without a doubt, a citizen.

    If either Rubio or Cruz win the Republican nomination, I will cast my vote for Hilary. As far as I am concerned, the situation is really that bad.
    Anyone that would support Hillary Clinton over Ted Cruz deserves amnesty and open borders. Hillary Clinton has already said she plans on taking illegal alien amnesty further than Obama has. That's a fact.
    Cruz on the other hand has promised to end all unlawful executive orders signed by Obama to include the Dreamer program and current proposed amnesty program. He has also promised to enforce our immigration laws, secure the border, complete the fence as called for in the Secure Fence Act of 2006, guaranteed no amnesty for illegals, etc., etc. Nope, a vote for Cruz definitely isn't a third term for Obama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    Anyone that would support Hillary Clinton over Ted Cruz deserves amnesty and open borders. Hillary Clinton has already said she plans on taking illegal alien amnesty further than Obama has. That's a fact.
    Cruz on the other hand has promised to end all unlawful executive orders signed by Obama to include the Dreamer program and current proposed amnesty program. He has also promised to enforce our immigration laws, secure the border, complete the fence as called for in the Secure Fence Act of 2006, guaranteed no amnesty for illegals, etc., etc. Nope, a vote for Cruz definitely isn't a third term for Obama.
    I'm sorry, but any way you look at it, Clinton, a citizen, trying to administer amnesty is still better than some cockroach who skittered over the border from Canada (from Venezuela) whose whole administration is based on a corruption of our immigration system and our political system.

    Putting Cruz in the White House would be worse than any amnesty.

    Clinton may endorse the nomination of both Cruz and Rubio and why wouldn't she? They represent the product of the policies that the Democrat represent and their corruption of our citizenship and dereliction of our immigration system. Where would Cruz and Rubio be without the Democrats and punks like Obama?

    A vote for Cruz or Rubio is a vote for a third term for the Obamination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkskyali View Post
    I'm sorry, but any way you look at it, Clinton, a citizen, trying to administer amnesty is still better than some cockroach who skittered over the border from Canada (from Venezuela) whose whole administration is based on a corruption of our immigration system and our political system.

    Putting Cruz in the White House would be worse than any amnesty.

    Clinton may endorse the nomination of both Cruz and Rubio and why wouldn't she? They represent the product of the policies that the Democrat represent and their corruption of our citizenship and dereliction of our immigration system. Where would Cruz and Rubio be without the Democrats and punks like Obama?

    A vote for Cruz or Rubio is a vote for a third term for the Obamination.
    Cruz didn't "skittered" across the border and he's not a cockroach. He was born a U.S. citizen to his mother, who is also a U.S. citizen, and she brought him back home after leaving her job in Canada. Ted Cruz was 4 years of age at the time.

    Let me ask you a hypothetical question, let's assume your mother, while pregnant, went to Cancun, Mexico, on vacation and went into labor early. Would you then be a Mexican?

    IMO, calling anyone a cockroach is inappropriate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    Cruz didn't "skittered" across the border and he's not a cockroach. He was born a U.S. citizen to his mother, who is also a U.S. citizen, and she brought him back home after leaving her job in Canada. Ted Cruz was 4 years of age at the time.

    Let me ask you a hypothetical question, let's assume your mother, while pregnant, went to Cancun, Mexico, on vacation and went into labor early. Would you then be a Mexican?

    IMO, calling anyone a cockroach is inappropriate.
    I disagree. There are people, like Cruz, who deserve the contempt. "Cockroach" has a nice ring to it. He was four years old at the time and entirely capable of skittering. Very appropriate.

    I will repeat myself.

    If both your parents are US citizens, then it doesn't matter where you are born. You are a US citizen. If only one parent is a US citizen, the it still doesn't matter where you are born, you are not ​a US citizen.

    See my signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkskyali View Post
    I disagree. There are people, like Cruz, who deserve the contempt. "Cockroach" has a nice ring to it. He was four years old at the time and entirely capable of skittering. Very appropriate.

    I will repeat myself.

    If both your parents are US citizens, then it doesn't matter where you are born. You are a US citizen. If only one parent is a US citizen, the it still doesn't matter where you are born, you are not ​a US citizen.

    See my signature.
    According to our law, you are wrong. Please familiarize yourself with the Immigration and Nationality Act created in 1952.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    According to our law, you are wrong. Please familiarize yourself with the Immigration and Nationality Act created in 1952.
    According to US history, sound principles and law, you are wrong.

    How many other people sitting in government in the US suffer from this problem? How many falsely claim citizenship based on the fraudulent practice of posing people as US citizens simply because one parent was a US citizen?
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