Bernie Sanders has predictably won the New Hampshire Democratic primary, which is, in many ways a nightmare for the party.
Sanders, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist, is far from the first choice for the Democratic establishment. He is such a black sheep, in fact, that the DNC itself colluded with Hillary Clinton back in 2016 in order to tilt the entire primary against him.
Now, in 2020, there are fears that something similar could be fomenting just under the surface again, especially after the messy vote in Iowa where a smartphone app with connections to Pete Buttigieg and Hillary Clinton delayed the results for several days.
Despite Bernie’s big win in New Hampshire, the headlines coming out of the Granite State were all about rival candidate Amy Klobuchar, a “moderate” according to some, who placed third. For the paranoid Sanders supporters, this can only mean that Klobuchar is the new chosen one on the moderate side of the race.
But how close to the center can Klobuchar be when she’s promoting amnesty for illegal immigrants?
Her platform says she will allow migrants to seek asylum in the U.S. without leaving their home countries, will allow migrants to get asylum with claims of domestic violence. She will allow migrants who bring children to get released into the United States, will force more catch-and-release by shrinking detention spaces and banning private prisons and will convert deportation funds into welfare programs for migrants.
Those policies helped end the 2019 cross-border flood of roughly one million people in 2019, including hundreds of thousands of children who will further crowd the K-12 schools needed y the children of blue-collar Americans.
The 2019 inflow of one million migrants arrived alongside the one million new legal immigrants invited by the federal government and the more than one million foreign contract-workers who have been hired by private companies. That huge mass of three million migrants and contract workers are often eager to work for low wages, to share tenement housing, and also to push aside many of the four million Americans who turn 18 each year.
As former Vice President Joe Biden continues to slip further down in the polls, there will be several candidates vying for space he once occupied in the moderate wing of the party…but Klobuchar may be a bit of a round peg in a square hole here.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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