Daniel Cameron, the attorney general of Kentucky, just gave voters a pretty good reason to vote for President Donald Trump this November.
In his speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC) on Tuesday, Cameron argued that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden promises more to illegal aliens than to American citizens, Breitbart reports.
“President Trump did build an economy that worked for everyone especially minorities and he will do it again in on immigration,” Cameron said. “Joe Biden promises more to illegal immigrants than he does to you. But President Trump believes his highest duty is to the American worker. The choice is clear.”
Indeed, the choice is clear
We don’t need to review President Trump’s immigration policy, here, because we know it. We know that Trump has put America and Americans first from day one and that he will continue to do so if reelected.
As Cameron points out, however, with Biden it is a different story.
Under “The Biden Plan For Securing Our Values As A National Of Immigrants,” the former vice president promises to, more or less, undo all of President Trump’s accomplishments in the area of illegal immigration. Biden will put an end to the border wall, he will get rid of Trump’s travel bans, he will help “create a roadmap” for illegals living in our country to become citizens, he will “repeal, anti-immigrant state laws,” and so on and so forth. You can go down the list for yourself here.
As Brietbart notes, “Biden’s campaign website’s immigration policy section uses the terms ‘undocumented people,’ ‘undocumented immigrants,’ and ‘irregular immigration.’ It does not use the terms ‘illegal immigrants’ or ‘illegal immigration.'” This probably tells you everything that you need to know.
Just one example
One of the major differences, here, between President Trump and Biden was highlighted by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) in an interview that he recently did on SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily.
There, Cotton argued that “It makes absolutely no sense, at this moment when we have millions of people still out of work, to be bringing in foreign workers to take [American] jobs.”
President Trump, based on the executive order he signed in June halting a number of visas, would agree with Cotton, whereas Biden clearly wouldn’t. Cotton says that Biden, in contrast, would flood the labor market with 11 to 22 million newly legalized illegal aliens.
“A Biden administration and the Democrats will … decriminalize crossing our border illegally. Once the illegals are here, they’ll give them free healthcare while they take your healthcare away from you,” Cotton said. “They want to give amnesty to 15 to 20 million illegal immigrants with almost immediate voting rights. They want to permanently alter the structure of government in America.”
If this isn’t a darn good reason to vote Republican this November, then I don’t know what is.