Flashback Bill Clinton: 'We Won’t Tolerate Immigration By People Whose First Act Is To Break The Law'

Townhall | 7/16/2019 | Staff
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As President Donald J. Trump continues to insist that America's immigration laws must be enforced, Democratic officials keep responding that the president is racist for wanting to deport illegal aliens. News of imminent deportation raids targeting more than 2,000 individuals with final court removal orders led to upheaval over the weekend. Dozens protested. On Twitter, the far-left, and even supposedly moderate Democrats, gave out advice on how to avoid being deported. Many said there was nothing like this ever before in American history. Well, more than 20 years ago, President Bill Clinton had deportation raids of his own -- and these were arguably done with an even tougher policy than Trump uses. In short, Slick Willy said, "whether they’re innocent or guilty of the crimes they were charged with in court, they’re still here illegally, and they should be sent out of the country."

As reported by the Los Angeles Times, President Clinton used one of his radio addresses in May of 1995 to tell the American people, “Our nation was built by immigrants...But we won’t tolerate immigration by people whose first act is to break the law as they enter our country.”

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The president vowed to deport "100,000 illegal immigrants caught in a huge backlog of cases and to step up enforcement of immigration laws at the border and in the courts."

"Every day, illegal aliens show up in court who are charged. Some are guilty and surely some are innocent. Some go to jail and some don’t. But they’re all illegal aliens," Clinton...
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