On issue after issue, Elizabeth Warren just keeps pushing further to the left.
During a recent event, she even said she was willing to consider suspending deportations if elected in order to force immigration reform.
Of course, that’s progressive talk for amnesty and open borders.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Warren ‘Open to Suspending Deportations’ to Push Congress on Immigration Reform
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) on Friday said she would consider suspending the deportation of illegal immigrants in a bid to force Congress to pass immigration reform.
“I am open to suspending deportations, particularly as a way to push Congress for comprehensive immigration reform,” Warren said at a forum hosted by the Latino activist group Mijente.
Warren added that she also supports decriminalizing illegal border crossings to prevent the prosecution of people who up to this point have been “treated as criminals simply for having crossed the border.” She blamed Immigration and Customs Enforcement for “focusing on people who do not pose a threat,” saying the federal law-enforcement agency does not “make this country safer.”
“There’s a lot of room for where we need to move here,” Warren said.
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People are calling this crazy, because it is.
— AnotherTListener (@listener_t) November 8, 2019
What a menace the left is. “Open to suspending” deportations of criminals. Make no mistake: American families mean nothing to the left. It’s chaos the Democrats rely on as they nurse their contempt for this nation. https://t.co/gDguEs7LPX
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) November 8, 2019
"Ignoring the law to fix the law" is…one way to do immigration reform, I guess. https://t.co/VAUXHXDhbf
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) November 8, 2019
Are they *trying* to get Trump re-elected? https://t.co/ydUZNBquKe
— Andy Grewal (@AndyGrewal) November 8, 2019
Democrats are going to get killed in the rust belt if Elizabeth Warren is the nominee. https://t.co/94Ww0hLpP2
— REBRANDED MIKE (@brooklynmike21) November 8, 2019
She would be awful for the country.