#1 'Seeking asylum is a legal right': Democratic Presidential candidate Cory Booker causes controversy by helping immigrants in Mexico return to the US after they were deported as he is slammed for 'breaking the law' by Cincinnatus 05.07.2019 05:11

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Law? What law? I don need no steeking law.

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Democratic Presidential candidate Cory Booker has caused controversy by crossing into Mexico to escort deported asylum seekers back over the border.

The Senator, 50, visited the Mexican border city Ciudad Juarez from El Paso, Texas, to help five women who had previously been sent back to Mexico.

He was joined by immigration rights attorneys and advocates to get the women, who are fleeing domestic violence, admitted back into the US.

However, he has been accused of breaking the law by critics who claimed he violated legislation which prohibits 'bringing or attempting to bring unauthorized aliens into the United States in any manner whatsoever, even at a designated port of entry'.



https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...-return-US.html

He should be censured by the Senate but the Republicans don't have the nerve.

#2 RE: 'Seeking asylum is a legal right': Democratic Presidential candidate Cory Booker causes controversy by helping immigrants in Mexico return to the US after they were deported as he is slammed for 'breaking the law' by algernonpj 05.07.2019 07:10

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Quote: Cincinnatus wrote in post #1
Law? What law? I don need no steeking law.

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Democratic Presidential candidate Cory Booker has caused controversy by crossing into Mexico to escort deported asylum seekers back over the border.

The Senator, 50, visited the Mexican border city Ciudad Juarez from El Paso, Texas, to help five women who had previously been sent back to Mexico.

He was joined by immigration rights attorneys and advocates to get the women, who are fleeing domestic violence, admitted back into the US.

However, he has been accused of breaking the law by critics who claimed he violated legislation which prohibits 'bringing or attempting to bring unauthorized aliens into the United States in any manner whatsoever, even at a designated port of entry'.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...-return-US.html

He should be censured by the Senate but the Republicans don't have the nerve.


Nor the will. Their corporate sponsors want open borders.

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