Jeb Bush, Clint Bolick openly push for amnesty minus pretenses
Trying to conceal his lust for the Oval Office, 2016 GOP presidential aspirant Jeb Bush is on a book-pushing tour with his co-author Clint Bolick of the Goldwater Institute. The duo showed up on Sean Hannity’s program to promote “Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution,” the theme of which even Bush appears to be at odds with. He admits the inconsistencies are due to the fact that his views have evolved since the book was written last year. If anything, he veers even further left, as he attempts to double-talk his way around his amnesty ticket to ride.
The best review title going is Suzy Khimm’s, “We read Jeb Bush’s immigration book so you don’t have to.”
Bush’s appearance on Hannity was noteworthy for its banal inanity. After insulting Republicans as racists, he threw irrational jabs that clearly show the former Florida governor is not prime time material. An example is claiming Republicans tell Asian Americans, “We want your vote, but we really don’t want you to join our team.”
Bolick, who authored two reports hammering Sheriff Joe Arpaio, oddly chimes in saying “coming from Arizona and seeing the tone in Arizona that state could turn blue because Republicans are not perceived as welcoming…” Bolick appears to think that gifting citizenship to those who disregard our laws will magically transform illegals into instant Republicans — something even he isn’t.
Here Jeb advocates for the GOP having one, singular voice… a female spokesperson: “The world is changing demographically” and this sends the signal that “we’re inclusive,” says Bush.
Jeb Bush unveils his “six-point plan to reform the immigration system,” which — like Sens. McCain, Flake and previously, Kyl – he glibly calls ‘comprehensive.” Bolick sycophantically adds, “You cannot secure the border until you have a legal immigration system that works” — likening it to “a doctor saying we’re not going to treat the cancer until the symptoms go away.”
At least the amnesty-bent senators always claimed to want to “secure the border first.” In a grotesque expansion of giving aid and comfort to those who invade our country while thumbing their noses at our laws and national sovereignty, the Bush/Bolick team haughtily advocate on behalf of amnesty preceding dealing with the sieve-like border.
If your tolerance level is high, you can watch the trendy two-step and listen to the gaggable drivel they call the “6 point plan to reform immigration,” as Sean Hannity interviews Bush and Bolick here. (A commercial mercifully precedes the interview.)