Sen. Sessions Warns Washington Elites Against Rush To Amnesty
Speaking on the Senate floor today, Sen. Sessions explained that one of the lessons learned from the 2006-2007 amnesty push was that the laws on the books must be enforced before any other conversations can be had. He revealed that the Obama Administration has been systematically dismantling existing law; for example, there is a "public charge" prohibition--in other words, visa applicants cannot come to the United States if they are deemed likely to need welfare assistance--that has been almost completely ignored by President Obama's DHS.