Beto Pancho’s plan to give instant U.S. citizenship to 11 million and fix Central American poverty

Pratt on TexasBeto Pancho is at it again trying to win the hearts and, well whatever substitutes for minds, of Leftists in his bid for the Democrat nomination for president.

The Associated Press reports: “O’Rourke said he’d work with Congress to legalize 11 million people in the country illegally during his first 100 days as president…” The AP began the story softer saying Beto Pancho “unveiled a sweeping immigration plan to seek a pathway to U.S. citizenship for 11 million people in the country illegally…”

I don’t think many would call legalizing 11 million people who chose to enter our country illegally in the first 100 days of a presidential administration as a “pathway” to citizenship. It would be an all out instant amnesty with people having to do nothing to establish an allegiance to our country.

Beto Pancho & his bullhorn

Aside from handing the most valuable thing in the world, American citizenship, to millions of those who broke our laws, Beto Pancho’s plan is typical of Democrats in that he wants to spend your money to pay for 2,000 lawyers to represent those crossing our border illegally and then asking for asylum.

And that’s not all, O’Rourke proposes taking $5 billion of our taxpayer dollars and sending it to Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras ostensibly to combat violence and poverty there. Five billion divided by the population of those three countries, 27,747,254, is about $180 per person; assuming 90% of the funds do not go directly into the pockets of the corrupt politicians who run those countries.

Yep Beto, $180 per person would fix poverty and do the trick. Genius.

Comments

  1. Dave Burke says

    The guy’s an idiot

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