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Democrats’ Immigration Lies Are Finally Catching Up To Them

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22.09.2021

It’s what you tell your teenagers: Don’t lie. Because then you’ll have to tell another lie to cover up the first lie, and then another, and another. Eventually, you’ll get to the point where you don’t recognize the truth—until it comes out. And the truth always comes out.

Democrats have been lying about immigration for decades. They’ve told white voters in the suburbs that they support border security and oppose amnesty for undocumented immigrants. At the same time, they’ve told Latino voters in the Southwest that they support a path to citizenship and oppose militarizing the U.S.-Mexico border.

And they hoped the two camps were sufficiently ensconced in different worlds that they would never meet up, let alone compare notes.

Democrats have always wanted to have their flan and eat it too. They weren’t content to get only the votes of blue-collar union members in Michigan who want less immigration because they fear demographic change and can’t keep up with the work ethic of immigrants. They also wanted to snap up the votes of Latinos in Arizona who—still reeling from the racist, GOP-sponsored immigration law passed in 2010 that required local police to try their hand at enforcing federal law—looked to the Democratic Party for a kinder and gentler approach to recent arrivals.

The only way to pull that off was to lie, lie, lie. You promise everything to everyone, and then deliver only what is politically beneficial or advantageous to you.

Over the last few days, the truth has come out—both in the backrooms of the U.S. Senate and amid the chaos of a humanitarian crisis unfolding on the Texas-Mexico border.

The lies are being exposed even as many in the liberal media try their hardest to cover up the abuses and failures of the Biden administration, and even as the Republican Party continues popping off with ridiculous and racist statements to create just enough confusion to........

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