This Democrat Senator just outdid Elizabeth Warren with his new amnesty plan
Democrats are running on a platform of mob rule.
They want to impeach President Trump and Justice Brett Kavanaugh, raise taxes, and abolish law enforcement agencies like I.C.E.
But one Democrat Senator just topped them all with this outrageous plan.
Radical leftists including Senators Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten Gillibrand and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have called for I.C.E to be abolished.
And Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio is joining their chorus.
Senator Brown is not only calling for amnesty, but is insisting taxpayers foot the bill for illegal immigrants.
The federal government should stop enforcing deportation laws against illegal migrants who have jobs, Ohio Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown said in a campaign debate with his GOP opponent, former Rep. Jim Renacci.
Brown also demanded that taxpayers pay to repair the economic damage which is caused by the illegal migrant workforce which he — and many corporations — want to welcome into Americans’ jobs.
“Our immigration enforcement, our deportations, should be [for] people who have broken the law, people who have committed theft, who have committed physical crimes, people who have committed crimes generally,”…
Brown also urged the federal government to accept the cartels’ strategy of using children to help smuggle migrants into U.S. jobs. The migrants’ children trigger the Flores catch-and-release loophole, so allowing the migrants to get through the border, get a job, and pay their smuggling debts to the cartels.
While I.C.E. has become a popular target of the left, what Senator Brown is proposing is outright amnesty.
But his calls for amnesty could backfire on him.
Donald Trump won Ohio in 2016, and the Buckeye State has witnessed many jobs being lost to illegal immigrants.
In an effort to oppose President Trump’s agenda on immigration and border security, Democrats have decided to call for full on open borders.
The latest polls still show Sherrod Brown is likely to win reelection.
However, some experts have begun to speculate that the Democrats’ radical immigration proposals may backfire on them in the mid-term election.