Trump supporters were interviewed by a CNN reporter trying to get some anti-immigration or anti-Trump sound bites. Well, that was a big mistake because the Trump supporters weren’t having it! They are smarter than the CNN reporter on what the president can do about the 14th amendment. Mark Levin even called Paul Ryan’s claim against Trump (see below) on the 14 amendment “utterly wrong”. The Americans in the video below are spot on!
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) November 1, 2018
Did you notice the subtitle or chyron at the bottom of the screen? “False claim about birthright citizenship” and “Midterm Ploy” both show up on the screen.
If CNN listened to the brilliant Mark Levin they woukd know this was not a “false claim”. The subtitle is how the leftist media promotes propaganda and false claims to Americans.
It’s interesting that the left is promoting the fake news of what President Trump said about the 14th amendment and what he can do about it.
The Trump supporters are more well-informed than the reporter!
MARK LEVIN ON THE 14TH AMENDMENT;
Paul Ryan has no idea what he’s talking about. Today he said: “We, House Republicans and this President, are in total agreement on the need to stop illegal immigration. To secure our border and fix our laws,” Ryan said. “I think the smarter, faster solution here is to crack down on illegal immigration and we obviously support doing that. But, I’m a believer in the Constitution, I believe in interpreting the Constitution as it’s written, and that means you can’t do something like this via executive order.”
Not until the 1960’s has the Constitution been interpreted to convey birthright citizenship on the children of illegal aliens. And not due to any congressional statute or court ruling, but decisions by various departments and agencies of the federal bureaucracy. So, to be clear, the president would not be altering the 14th amendment or the intent of the 14th amendment or the original interpretation of the 14th amendment. On the contrary, the president would be taking charge of the executive branch and upholding the 14th amendment. And I challenge Paul Ryan to demonstrate otherwise. That’s not to say that activist judges and courts might not embrace Ryan’s knee-jerk position, but the president is right.