Hillary Said Dreamers Should Be Sent Home in 2014

How do you tell if Hillary Clinton is lying? If her lips are moving, she’s lying. She lied repeatedly about what happened at and after Benghazi, all through her email scandal and about her abuse of power while Secretary of State. In Charlie Brown language, her political views are very ‘wishy washy’, meaning they change at the slightest whim, depending on what suits her political aspirations at the time.

In 2016, when Donald Trump promised to end DACA if elected, Hillary condemned him and told dreamers to remain strong and defiant and to fight for the right to stay in the United States. Actually, they have no right to stay here since they are here illegally.

However, just a couple of years earlier in 2014, Clinton said that dreamers should be sent back to their countries so as to send a clear message that coming to the US illegally will not be tolerated.

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is encouraging her supporters to “fight with everything” they’ve got to defend the Obama-era program that stops illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. at a young age from being deported.

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But just a few years ago, in an interview that has resurfaced online, Clinton called for sending back illegal immigrant children who crossed the border to “send a clear message” that such crossings won’t be tolerated by the United States.

That interview, conducted in June 2014 on CNN, has been shared online by critics as Clinton protests President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program…

This is just part of the mounting evidence that Clinton cannot be trusted on anything she says as tomorrow or next week, she may have a totally different view on the topic. The bottom line is that she will say or do whatever is necessary to for her own personal benefit. She has proven she really doesn’t care about the American people, out military or even our diplomats serving abroad.




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