President Obama's appointee to replace Attorney General Eric Holder says all illegal aliens who manage to cross the borders into America should have the right to work legally. This despite the fact that the unemployment rate in the black community is 10.4 percent.
During Wednesday's Judiciary hearing to consider her nomination for attorney general, Loretta Lynch said the "right to work is shared by everyone in this country regardless" of their immigration status.
Lynch was responding to a question from Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions who asked Lynch if illegal immigrants should have the right to take jobs from disadvantaged American workers.
The president's free-for-all immigration policy has outraged Hispanics and other legal immigrants who filed the proper paperwork -- and waited for approval -- to come into this country legally.
By Senator Sessions:
President Obama issued an executive decree on November 20th, 2014, extending work permits, Social Security, Medicare, tax credits, and government identification to 5 million illegal immigrants and illegal visa violators. This would allow illegal immigrants to take any job in America, regardless of chronic high unemployment for Americans—including a 10.4 percent unemployment rate for African-American workers. The President’s executive edict (an edict he said previously only an Emperor would deign to issue) voids Americans’ legal protections in law, supplanting them with a new executive policy that Congress and voters have rejected, a policy which forces unemployed Americans to compete against a large and growing illegal workforce.
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