Forget the drugs they bring into our country. Forget about all the crimes they commit. Forget about the people who are killed by MS-13 and other illegals. Forget about the sexual assaults against minors. Forget the $166 billion we spend on illegals every year. Forget about the jobs they steal from Americans and the wages they depress. That’s what Beto O’Rourke is telling people that we need to do. Put illegal invaders first. Make Americans second class citizens, just favor illegals.
“We are very saddened to learn of the death of another child in U.S. custody. We must focus on the wellbeing of these children above any other concern.”
If you were truly worried about the children, you would fight to make the United States and it’s border protection a high priority. Illegals bring their children because our laws make it easy to enter the country if you have a child with you. Take away that incentive and maybe less children will die as a result of their parent’s choices.
O’Rourke, though, is unlikely to get a free ride on the issue and will have to answer for some of his pro-enforcement votes that left-wing activists believe supported the creation of President Donald Trump’s “deportation force.”
Left-wing journalist David Sirota recently pointed out in Capital & Main that O’Rourke “was one of a group of Democrats who broke party ranks to support Republican legislation to waive requirements for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents and job applicants to take polygraph tests — a proposal that was part of the Trump administration’s plan to assemble a deportation force.”
O’Rourke said he voted to waive the polygraph requirements to “help speed up the hiring process and provide the CBP Commissioner additional authorities to recruit and hire quality CBP officers and Border Patrol agents.”