How in the world have Democrats gone from a party of border hawks to a party of open borders?

A Washington Free Beacon SUPERcut compiled video of current Democratic senators shows their evolution from border hawks to amnesty doves. Red-state Democrats like Sens. Joe Donnelly (D., Ind.), John Tester (D., Mont.) and Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) voted in the past against the Dream Act, legislation that would have legalized “Dreamers” who entered the country illegally with their parents when they were minors. Now, the Senators are in favor of legalizing the Dreamers.

We believe these politicians have put their own best interests before the interests of the American people. They’re more interested in votes from illegals so they can be elected. Do you think they care about the hard-working LEGAL taxpaying Americans who foot the bill for these illegals? Just listen to Feinstein and Schumer!

Washington Free Beacon reports:

During his 1995 State of the Union, President Bill Clinton warned about the problems illegal immigration caused for the country. Clinton touted steps his administration was taking to identify and deport illegal immigrants. He also spoke of how his administration would follow some of the proposals from former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, chairwoman of the 1995 Commission on Immigration Reform.

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In 2006, then-Senator Barack Obama voted for a border wall along with then-Senator Hillary Clinton and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.).


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Why should Americans be footing the bill for this?

What’s more important is that death by illegal alien is 100% preventable!  President Trump is thinking of the legal Americans citizens first: He tweeted out how “disgraceful” it is that a twice-deported drunk illegal alien killed Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson:



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