For far too long, Democrats have run our country into the ground.
They violate our laws, insult our way of life, and drive up our debt.
Perhaps one of the worst policies they’ve created is the acceptance – and blatant encouragement – of illegal immigration.
Barack Obama opened the floodgates when he implemented DACA; this “policy” allowed illegal aliens to stay—so long as they were children when arriving.
But times are changing. Our leaders are once again standing up for Americans and our immigration laws.
Senator Ted Cruz is one of those brave leaders.
“Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) — running to keep his U.S. Senate seat against Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) — told an illegal alien enrolled in the President Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that DACA illegal aliens are not above U.S. immigration law.
Rather than backing down to the DACA illegal alien when asked about the Obama program that federal courts have blocked President Trump from ending…
…Cruz said those enrolled in DACA must also follow U.S. immigration law.
‘Well listen, I would note if you’re a DACA recipient means that you were brought here illegally, and violating the laws have consequences,”’ Cruz told the DACA illegal alien.
.@tedcruz tells a young #DREAMer that he has every intention to deport #DACA recipients #TexasDebate #JoltTheVote #TxSen pic.twitter.com/UaLQOD2uyO
— Antonio (@AntonioArellano) October 17, 2018
Cruz is running against Beto O’Rourke, a left-wing Democrat who wants open borders and amnesty for all.
Like every other Democrat, O’Rourke hates our laws and people. He doesn’t care if millions of outsiders flood our border, jeopardizing our economy and safety.
Ted Cruz, on the other hand, refuses to give in to the left’s pressure.
Our immigration laws exist for a reason. Countless immigrants work very hard to follow our laws to enter America.
So, why should we look the other way when so many more insult those laws? It’s unjust and un-American.
Cruz is simply telling the truth, and he should be applauded for it! Don’t you agree?