Illegal Immigration

WATCH: Rick Santorum Just Told Illegal Alien ‘Dreamer’ on CNN to Packer Her Bags!

As reported by Freedom Daily:

It’s amazing that the same liberals who can differentiate between 200 different gender identities can’t differentiate between legal and illegal immigrants.

Former Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Rick Santorum drew the wrath of Republicans and Democrats alike after he suggested a mechanical engineer and DREAMer named Elizabeth Vilchis should leave the country…. which is insane. If we’re going to oppose illegal immigration across the board, we can’t make exceptions.

She told Santorum, “I actually earned a degree in mechanical engineering, I have a career in the technology sector, and I have spent almost a decade working with students, getting them to focus on getting careers in engineering.”

She continued: “I stand to lose all the work that I’ve done if the new administration decides to end DACA, which is a program that allows undocumented individuals, like myself, to have the ability to work. It’s not an immigration status; it’s just the ability to work. My career will come to an end if that program ends, and I will also potentially be labeled for deportation, which means that I am going to be removed from the communities that I’ve contributed so much.”

Santorum replied by telling the story of how his father immigrated, stating that it’s “worth doing it the right way.”

“You have the ability to go to any other country right now and apply those wares and be successful and then reapply to come back to America if you so choose.”

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Look at how the Huffington Post reported it:

Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) can’t speak to whether President-elect Donald Trump plans to deport undocumented immigrants en masse beginning next year, but he has made one thing clear: People who came to the U.S. illegally as children, also known as Dreamers, should just leave the U.S. if they’re worried about their immigration status.

CNN contributor Ana Navarro butted in.

“First of all, this is your country,” she said. “No matter what he says, no matter what anybody else says, this is your country.”

“That’s not what the law says,” Santorum replied. “As much as I’m sympathetic to you, you should recognize the gift that America has given you and that you can give to the world.”

The Huffington Post then quoted a bunch of Tweets from idiots who were outraged at Santorum’s remarks.

Source: Freedomdaily.com

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