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SCOTT BROWN: PRESIDENT OBAMA & SENATOR SHAHEEN SUPPORT PRO-AMNESTY POLICIES

WGIR: New Hampshire Today with Jack Heath
July 29,2014
 

Scott Brown addressed the ongoing immigration crisis this morning on WGIR's NH Today radio program with Jack Heath. Brown criticized the administration's leadership and blamed the President and Senator Shaheen for supporting pro-amnesty policies that are creating incentives for people to come to this country illegally. 

Click here to listern to the audio and see below for a full transcript. 


TRANSCRIPT

JACK HEATH: I wanted to touch upon the illegal immigration story and get your quick take. I’m doing these interviews with national pundits, and people are kind of, I think , scratching their heads, trying to figure out what this administration is going to do and when they are going to do it? Your thoughts on leadership at this moment and the finger pointing in Washington? Maybe this week they’re going to pass a bill on some appropriations that the White House requested. But where are we at in your mind on illegal immigration?
 
SCOTT BROWN: I believe we have an immigration crisis, because as you know, they’re crossing, just walking across the border, and that’s wrong. I have always felt that a nation that’s lost control of its borders really isn’t a nation at all, it’s challenged and especially when you look what’s happening in Washington right now, we need to stop the flow of illegal immigration and turn of the so-called magnets that encourage people to come here illegally. And as you know, when the president issued his executive order on the DREAM Act kids and putting them before people that were trying to follow our laws, something that he and Senator Shaheen have been supportive of. It’s a pro-amnesty policy and it’s drawing illegals here. It’s a very real economic and potential national security problem.

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