2016 election: Referendum on Gang of 8 amnesty bill

Sen. Jeff Sessions endorses (video) Donald Trump before a crowd of over 30,000 on Sunday, saying ‘This election is the people’s chance to put a stake’ in the ‘heart’ of the Gang of Eight Bill.”

Listen to Sen. Sessions’ interview with SiriusXM host and Breitbart Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon. The conservative Alabama Senator — who possesses a stellar bio — has stood alongside Ted Cruz, but has grown increasingly close to Donald Trump. The most obvious lead-up to Sessions’ endorsement of Trump came as Stephen Miller, a longtime top aide to Sessions, signed on with Trump’s campaign as a senior policy adviser last month and has been traveling with the candidate to recent debates. Previously, Miller had been a stalwart presence at Sessions’ side.

11 Responses to 2016 election: Referendum on Gang of 8 amnesty bill

  1. Villanova says:

    While Trump’s vulgarity and lack of presidential demeanor disturb me, he appears to be rising with the frustrated GOP voter base. I’m disappointed to see Sen. Jeff Sessions who I respect, endorse him over the much superior Ted Cruz. However, if Trump is the eventual nominee. I’ll support him since so much hinges on defeating the far left Clinton machine. My major concern is the US Supreme Court, which is paramount in keeping our Constitutional freedoms for ourselves and future generations.

  2. Patriot Dad says:

    the reason the unpresidential Donald Trump has made a name for himself is because of illegal immigration. Thank John McCain, Jeff Flake, Marc Rubio, and their liberal Gang of Eight cohorts for putting us in this predicament.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    We in Arizona could really benefit from someone with conservative credentials like Jeff Sessions representing us in D.C.

    Meanwhile, in D.C.:
    For the first time in Ten Years, US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas asks questions during oral arguments.
    Shocking everyone present.

    • Ellsworth says:

      Justice Thomas sees the urgency the court and, by extension, the future of our nation, is facing. These are perilous times.

  4. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Something big is happening out there. When a moral man like Jeff Sessions endorses Donald Trump, we’d better take it seriously. Especially Arizonans who have been fighting the border battle for decades. This endorsement by Senator Sessions means a lot.

    I personally am livid over the way we’ve been treated by our ‘betters’ after putting them in office to ‘help us.’ We’ve been ridiculed, condescended to or just plain ignored by our representatives. Jeff Flake has worked on projects for Obama (Cuba for one) while McCain goes off and does his own thing in the Middle East screwing things up. They both lie. That’s on top of the treatment white gun-owning Christian taxpayers have gotten for 7+ years by Obama.

    I’m ready for something new and different. The old way doesn’t fly anymore.

  5. Truth or Consequences says:

    We watch the BBC every morning and their elites are wetting their diapers over The Donald as well. Gives me twice the pleasure!!

  6. Conservative Since Birth says:

    They never worked this hard against Obama in 2008, 2012 or ever.


  7. Keen Observer says:

    Rush has made the comment that Trump is probably the only one who can make it through the general, considering the uninformed voters, let alone voter fraud. Remember, if it’s not close, they can’t cheat. Perhaps that is the conclusion Sen. Sessions has come to?

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    Could it be that John McCain has found a new young ‘un to put on a leash?

    Freshman U.S. Senator Ben Sasse, (R) Nebraska, has taken to the airwaves and media to go postal against Trump.

    Siting the “party of LIncoln”, young Ben is feeling his oats.

    Dear Ben,
    Lincoln is dead. And so may be the Grand Old Party. You keep referring to the Party, Benny.
    Newsflash: It’s not about the party.
    It’s about We, the People.

    I smell McCain and his gang.
    And it smells rotten.

  9. MacBeth says:

    Conservative, brilliant and articulate, Ted Cruz can run circles around the limited Donald Trump, but it is what it is. If Trump is elected, I hope Cruz is appointed to the US Supreme Court.