Democrat Bernie Sanders is running to become the next POTUS in 2020 but you’d think he’s running to become the president of the millions of illegals who are living in America right now.
Sanders pandered to the huge population of people from around the globe who are squatting in America without going through the correct channels to become legal citizens. Why should they pass by others who are immigrating the right way?
During Presidential Town Hall in Iowa sponsored by Newsmax and the League of United Latin Citizens, Newsmax reports that Senator Sanders promised a U.S. citizen that her husband and other illegal immigrants living in sanctuary in Missouri would be given “immediate legal status” and put on a path to citizenship:
“There are kids today who will go to school and they are worried that when they got out of school and go home that their parents may not be there. We’re going to pass comprehensive immigration reform and a path toward citizenship. We’re gonna end the ICE raids that are terrorizing communities, through executive order.”
Bernie has also said he will give free healthcare to illegals:
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders doubled down to back FREE government health care and FREE public college for illegal immigrants when speaking in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The problem with Bernie’s promises are that he thinks the American people will be just fine with higher taxes.
Does he also think Americans will be ok paying for the healthcare and college education of illegals?
He also told the Las Vegas crowd that he would call a moratorium on deportations of illegals:
What do you think about all the freebies to illegals?
Isn’t Sanders using the tax dollars of Americans to buy votes? It seems like it!
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