Tuesday, January 24, 2023

RINO AMNESTY ALERT: Republican Sen. Thom Tillis on Amnesty: CEOs Need ‘Affordable’ Migrant Labor; Tillis: Biden On Right Track With Amnesty, But Needs to Do MORE; Senators Pursue Deal on Border Security and Path to Citizenship for Dreamers

Republican Sen. Thom Tillis on Amnesty: CEOs Need ‘Affordable’ Migrant Labor:
Politicians try to hide the pocketbook politics of migration — but Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-AZ) accidentally let the cat out of the bag during a staged PR event when she asked a plain-spoken mayor what he wants from a 2023 migration bill.
“We need cheap labor,” responded Gerardo Anaya, the mayor of Somerton, an Arizona agricultural town between Yuma and the Mexican border.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) then rescued Sinema’s PR event by rebuking the mayor’s frank admission:
I wouldn’t call it cheap labor. I would call it affordable labor because one thing that you all know, the lettuce can grow on either side of the border. And if we don’t come up with solutions for a sustainable workforce, we’re going to be importing [lettuce].
Sinema is pushing for a more-migration and amnesty bill as part of her 2024 election campaign.
Her push is winning support from Arizona businesses, plus a lot of favorable publicity from the establishment media.
Sinema is backed by a group of seven friendly Republican and Democrat senators: Sens. Tillis, John Cornyn (R-TX), Mark Kelly (D-AZ), Jerry Moran (R-KS), James Lankford (R-OK), Chris Coons (D-DE), and Chris Murphy (D-CT). --->READ MORE HERE
Tillis: Biden on right track with amnesty, but needs to do MORE
Yep. That’s our alleged Republican senior senator at work. The word on the street among the RINO community is that Tillis is not planning to run again — that he is actually walking away from politics altogether. I’ll believe it when I see it.
If that does turn out the case, he just needs to quit now. Thumbing your nose at your voters — knowing you don’t have to face them again – is low-class to the nth degree. (But look who we’re talking about here.)
On one hand, I can see a plus in him waiting. If he steps down now, Roy Cooper would appoint his replacement. A Dem could hold the seat Tillis currently holds until 2026. But what difference would it make? Would the voting record be much different? The GOP already is a 51-49 minority. Why not 52-48 for a few years? 
Here’s ThT waxing poetically to The drive-bys about amnesty and his president:
[…] “ I’d like to see Biden lean in a little bit more,” Tillis said. “Some of the policy proposals he’d made are a step in the right direction, but they’re far short of getting across the goal line.”
Sooooo — Old Joe is taking “a step in the right direction” on amnesty for illegal aliens, eh? --->READ MORE HERE
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