Cory Booker: Trump Injecting Fear With Threat to Send Illegal Aliens to Sanctuary Cities


Okay. Hold the boat. Why is it evil to send illegal aliens into cities that fight for open borders and against deporting illegal aliens? What is their worry? Are they only supportive of illegal aliens when they commit their crimes elsewhere and eat up public funds in supporting them?

If you said yes, you hit the nail right on the head. Why is that? I thought they were supportive of illegal aliens. This makes no sense unless they are afraid their voters will get angry when the crime rate rises rapidly or after someone they release kills someone.

From Breitbart News

During an interview with CBS News’ “Face the Nation” moderator Margaret Brennan, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said President Donald Trump’s threat to release illegal immigrants into sanctuary cities was “injecting fear into our country.”

Booker said, “I say he’s trying to pit Americans against each other and make us less safe.”

He added, “He is injecting fear into our country. If he was looking to solve a problem, he wouldn’t be doing things to divide this country against itself. Beware of anybody that’s trying to tell you to be afraid in the strongest country in the world, as opposed to showing our strength and our courage by pulling people together to find common sense solutions to solve this problem.”

It could be that Booker is just trying to raise the sinking ship, which is his campaign for the presidency in 2020. He is gaining no support from the voters at all. He is far behind both Biden and Sanders and New Jersey could be the only primary he might win.

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