Marco Rubio is a fine speaker. That’s a plus. But beware. His talents include speaking out of both sides of his mouth.
Arizonans remember all too well when Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, both of whom became illegal alien hardliners during campaign season, quickly reverted back to their pro-amnesty stance immediately after the ballots were counted. McCain wanted to “complete the danged fence” and Flake set the amnesty supporting Arizona Republic on its ear with his short-term, contrived change of heart. But political watchers understood it was simply a slick vote garnering scam.
They each effortlessly regained their momentum and formed the so-called “bipartisan” Gang of Eight amnesty cabal with Marco Rubio a key player. Jeb Bush, who favors a “pathway to citizenship” for illegals, was supportive of the effort. He has a practiced mantra about bringing illegals, whom he says come here as an act of love, “out of the shadows.”
Rubio, a 2016 presidential candidate, has now had an epiphany on the topic of the invasion, recently claiming he made a mistake in pushing through the immigration bill that would have granted amnesty to an estimated 30+ million illegal aliens in the U.S.. Consider the impact of these millions of mostly unskilled, uneducated and often unwilling to assimilate new citizens directly competing with struggling Americans for fewer jobs in a still stagnant economy.
What appeared to be the unlikely candidacy of Donald Trump has surged due to the fact that he has addressed this issue with resolve.
Billionaire Paul Singer, now ginning up ginormous amounts of cash for Rubio’s presidential campaign, was a major financial force behind the Rubio-Obama amnesty, open-borders and immigration expansion push in 2013, as reported by Breitbart News.
This Breitbart article is not a puff piece. Consider it required reading for anyone who considers the 2016 election defining. America continues to reel from the expansive programs and executive orders of Barack Obama, in which he bypassed congress to open the floodgates to all comers from Mexico, South and Central America. He has allowed unvetted, mostly young Muslim men, coming from countries sworn to our destruction, to claim refugee status and enter the United States.
Make no mistake. Illegal immigration is the key defining issue. We can no longer allow ourselves to be conned by agendized politicians and churches that need to replenish their continually thinning membership. We are talking about the future of our country and the America we will be leaving our children and theirs.