Woman asks Paul Ryan: 'Do you think I should be deported?' https://t.co/TKVyfn1jWL #RyanTownHall https://t.co/IJbzQn8zVZ— CNN (@CNN) January 13, 2017
Angelica Villalobos asked Speaker Ryan, 'Do you think that I should be deported and many families in my situation should?'
Speaker Ryan responded 'No' followed by 'what we [Congress] have to do is find a way to make sure that you can get right with the law'. I'll call it the way I see and hear it, he more or less is saying they're going to find a way to grant amnesty!
No, he didn't say it but he did tell her she isn't going to be deported. So what else would you call it for illegal aliens to be allowed to stay in the US and 'get right with the law'?
DAPA & DACA were blocked in federal court because it was an illegal, lawless, unilateral action by obama. There is nothing saying Angelica or anyone else here illegally can stay. It doesn't matter how long they've been here and what they've done because when you remove the sugar coating they broke the law to enter the US! For Ryan to tell Angelica "no" was irresponsible and no different from what obama did in the first place with his executive order.
I told you so comes to mind.
I've been warning about Paul Ryan for sometime because after the 2012 election he went dark, where he was apparently working on a comprehensive immigration bill with Luis Gutierrez. Then he popped up at a town hall meeting in 2013 telling people 'we’re going to vote on a bill to legalize people who are undocumented'.
This guy cannot be trusted. Beware America, Congress is going to screw us.