By Nicholas Stix
On Tuesday, Cameron “reported” on Republican nominee Donald Trump’s position on illegal aliens, “He said he’s going to use existing law, which is to say, [deport] persistent lawbreakers.”
The idea that existing law stipulates that the government must only deport “persistent lawbreakers” is a complete fabrication. No such law exists.
Apparently, Cameron was trying to make it sound as though Trump had previously called for action that went beyond federal immigration law, which would have made it illegal, and had now ratcheted back his planned policy to one in conformity with the law. Nonsense. According to federal immigration law, all aliens found illegally on American soil are subject to deportation.
I can only figure that Cameron is what I have dubbed an amnestisiac, who was projecting his political preferences on the law.
If Carl Cameron supports a mass amnesty for up to 50 million illegal aliens, which would result in at least 200 million, when one adds their real and phony relatives who would come here through chain migration, plus all the children the 200 million would have here, and the trillions of dollars and democide the over 500 million new citizens (amnestied illegals + chain migration relatives + American-born children) would cost Americans, then he should say so, instead of lying about the law. He’s supposed to be a reporter, after all.