Trey Gowdy: Administration is dismantling US rule of law in order to win elections

Michael Dorstewitz
BizPac Review

U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., agreed with Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., that the Obama administration is systematically dismantling the U.S. rule of law, especially as it applies to immigration.

He said the attorney general’s recent statement that undocumented immigrants “have a civil right to violate the law” is “nonsensical.”

“It’s like you and I saying we have a right to vote in the next election in Madagascar,” he told Fox News host Megyn Kelly. “To say you have a civil right to amnesty, and to be the top law enforcement official in the country is absurd.”

Gowdy should know — he served six years as a federal prosecutor before coming to Congress in 2011.

He said that the administration’s efforts are fueled by two factors: “a desire for electoral success,” and by the fact that “they get away with it.”




Related: Senator Jeff Sessions details how immigration enforcement is in “a state of collapse”

To view an LA Times article about how there has been a 40 percent drop in interior deportations since 2009, please click here: To read an analysis which reveals that two-thirds of ICE removals last year were actually border apprehensions, please click here: To view an analysis on how record immigration, including the large annual flow of legal guest workers, is harming U.S. workers, click here : To view an analysis of how the Senate / White House bill would triple the grants of permanent legal admissions over the next decade from 10 million to 30 million, click here:




The Legacy of Aunt Zeituni

…Obama could’ve kicked her out. Instead, Auntie Zeituni got a green card in 2010.

God bless America!



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