Saturday, November 9, 2019

Warren Helps Violent Illegals Feel Safe, Says She's 'Open to Suspending Deportations'

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It seems at times that the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates go out of their way to portray themselves as polar opposites of President Donald Trump, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is certainly no exception in that regard.
No doubt keying in on Trump’s oft-stated strong stance against illegal immigration and in favor of deportations for those here illegally, particularly those who’ve been convicted of criminal offenses, Warren just offered up a radically different avenue toward addressing those issues.
During a campaign appearance Friday, Warren expressed how she was “open” to the idea of “suspending deportations” for illegal aliens, ostensibly as a way to place pressure on lawmakers to address the immigration issue.
“So I am open to suspending deportations, particularly as a way to push Congress for comprehensive immigration reform,” Warren said.
According to Fox News, she also made it clear in her reply to a question from the Spanish-speaking wife of a deported illegal alien that a suspension of deportations would include those with criminal convictions on their records, like the woman’s husband, and said it was “fundamentally wrong” to deport people simply because they’d had a run-in with the law.
Warren’s stunning remark came during a town hall in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Friday that was hosted by the Latino activist group Mijente and largely focused on Hispanic and Latino issues.
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