Trey Gowdy has been plenty busy for the past couple of years.
Between Benghazi, the Hillary email scandal and the DHS Johnson election security debacle, he’s been on television nearly as much as Obama.
That being said, he’s taken on yet another role in questioning the justification of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s office issuance of statements supporting the path to citizenship for all 11M illegals in the country.
The South Carolina senator didn’t accept that 11M “deserving” immigrants should be on this path, and that ruffled a few feathers of an obviously nervous immigration officer.
“This liberal US Immigration official is arguing that the 12 million illegal immigrants should have a clear path to citizenship in this country.
Rep. Gowdy shuts her down instantly and expertly.
‘The problem with the left is that they think that every illegal immigrant is attempting to escape the poverty of Mexico. That’s not true at all.
Illegal immigration costs the United States hundreds of billions of dollars every single year. It bring in drug trafficking and crime.
To say that ever illegal in the US is here for a benevolent reason is pure ignorance.‘
‘You cannot lump all illegal immigrants into one category, it just doesn’t work like that.
It’s not fair for the millions of Hispanics that waited, went through the process the correct way, and got their citizenship they way it should be done.
Every illegal immigrant that comes in is a slap to the face to those who truly want to be here.’”
There is another feature of illegal immigration that has not been mentioned and that is the openness of illegals to:
a) steal identities of those legally in the U.S. in order to gain Social Security Numbers,
b) to carry fraudulent government IDs and
c) to draw upon the very general U.S. welfare system and medical benefits.
A California politician, Kevin de Leon, actually admitted that “half his family” would be eligible for deportation for purchasing fraudulent or stolen ID cards!
That’s how bad it has gotten, my fellow Americans.