Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has come with a huge demand for Congress, asking the body to pass the Gang of Eight’s amnesty bill.
Prior to leaving for his chemotherapy treatment, McCain chatted with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), asking of him to collaborate in the matter.
As it was stated, McCain required of Congress “to reintroduce the same package that was passed through the United States Senate and never taken up in the House.”
“Immigration reform is one of the issues I’d like to see resolved,” McCain said. “I’ve got to talk to him (Schumer) about when would be the best time. I think there are all kinds of deals to be made out there. I really do.”
This bill was supported by not McCain alone, but also Schumer, and Sens. Marco Rubio , Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Dick Durbin, Bob Menendez and Michael Bennett. This bill exists since 2013, although House rebelled against it heavily, after which it got stuck with Senate approval only.
The bill provides protection and citizenship to illegal immigrants.
“I think you have to consider that we do want high-tech people, but we also need low-skilled people who will do work that Americans won’t do,” McCain allegedly noted. “I wouldn’t do it. Even in my misspent youth, I wouldn’t do it.”
Sen. Marco Rubio distinguishes himself as one of the most feisty supporters of the “Gang of Eight” bill.
Republicans, however, believed that the bill is a method of taking power over what is certainly unconstitutional, since we’re allowing each and every illegal to become American without even putting an effort.
When Donald Trump became president, he made it his mission to have bills of this sort handled in the rightful manner. He made sure the GOP never looks at the bill, let alone introduce it as a law.
“Rubio entered the Republican primary race as the donor class favorite with seemingly limitless financial backing, media support, and institutional resources,” contributor Hahn stated. “Rubio was the handpicked successor to the legacy of Bush Republicanism: He was to be Paul Ryan’s partner in the White House to complete the immigration, trade and foreign policy legacy of George W. Bush.”
When Rubio’s efforts to win the primaries failed miserably, Hahn noted, “to be so resoundingly electorally crushed given his incomparable advantage” was “likely a first in American history.”
Rubio is proud to have McCain by his side, as the Republican clearly has no loyalty to his party or this country.
Now, McCain, “who turns 81 on Aug. 29,” is “in a more reflective place in his long Senate career as he faces” his “serious health challenge and undergoes chemotherapy.”
“We’ll know in a few weeks,” McCain stated of his health, “I hate the use the word ‘beat it,’ because it’s not a matter of beating. You either get cured or you don’t get cured.”
Obviously, this is yet another liberal coup that serves to protect illegals penetrating the territory of America. The only question now is, what in the world is John McCain thinking?
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