Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Ted Cruz Won’t Support an Immigration Deal that Would Allow a Pathway to Citizenship

Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph
Sen. Ted Cruz said Saturday he would not support the bipartisan deals being brokered in Congress that could allow some undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship.
“I understand it’s easy for folks in the media to advocate for amnesty,” Cruz told reporters at an event on Saturday in Tyler. “I can tell you the people of Texas don’t support it.”
Members of Congress are negotiating an immigration bill with President Donald Trump that could include both building a wall along the Mexican border and allowing undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children a path to legal citizenship, according to the Associated Press.
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“I think the legislative proposals being floated in Washington are deeply troubling,” Cruz said. “Those here illegally, we should not be granting a path to citizenship. That is wrong and it’s inconsistent with the promises that we made to the men and women of this country.”
Cruz said the Republicans who are advocating for citizenship for undocumented immigrants who came here as children are more liberal than former president Barack Obama.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Another hater. Or Panderer. Whatever. Cruz never carried any credibility with me. He's a total fake. A suck up who allowed the Ignoramus-in-Chief to demean his wife in the most cruel way.

Sorry Cruz. Most Americans see the need for these innocent people to be allowed to eventually become Americans. If they want to. Some won't, and will be happy with legal status to stay here.