Chelsea Clinton Says Illegal Aliens Should Get Obamacare
Asked about extending Obamacare to cover illegal aliens, Chelsea Clinton said her mother supported it. Thomas Lifson at The American Thinker reacted by posting “So the billions of impoverished people worldwide now have an invitation to come to America and sign up for what used to be the finest health care system in the world. If you can’t afford Obamacare, why no problem. The rest of us will cheerfully pay our taxes and endure further increases in our insurance costs because after all, we owe it to the rest of the world. Or something like that.”
Behind the Anti-Trump Rallies
“A so-called “antifascist” group that supports illegal immigration is planning a rally against GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump this Saturday in New York City, the same day that a Black Lives Matter affiliated group that also supports illegal immigration is planning a rally in Phoenix, Arizona,” Breitbart News reports.
Google Maps Used by Mexican Smugglers
“A series of user-published Google maps point out known border patrol checkpoints and stations along the U.S. border with Mexico in an apparent effort to help illegal aliens avoid border controls. One of the maps titled “Routes to Avoid,” has close to 600,000 views. The user dropped pins at dozens of different checkpoints and border stations using “Google My Maps,” a service that allows users to create and publish custom maps,” the Daily Caller says.
Arpaio Endorses Trump
“Arizona, a flashpoint in the immigration debate, holds its presidential primary Tuesday. And Donald Trump, who will hold a rally there Saturday, has a big endorsement from the state: the famous hard-line anti-immigration sheriff Joe Arpaio. You could make the case that the intense anger over illegal immigration that Trump is trying to tap got its start in Arizona. Pay a visit to the shiny, modern fifth floor of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and you’ll see why,” NPR reports.
Why H-1B Would Be Hard to Eliminate
“During last week’s GOP debate at Miami University, front-runner Donald Trump answered a question about his position on the H-1B guest-worker program noting several times that it was unfair to American workers then concluding that ‘we should end it’ entirely. While the sentiment’s appreciated, ending the H-1B program is easier said than done,” says Ian Smith at FrontPageMag.com.