Skip to comments.LIVE VIDEO: Senate Hearing on 'Comprehensive Immigration Reform'
Posted on 02/13/2013 7:39:55 AM PST by montag813
The Senate is holding hearings on "immigration reform" this morning, following the House last week. As this is the Democrats' domain, the panel favors their positions big time, with only ONE witness representing an anti-amnesty viewpoint - ICE Union head Chris Crane.
In an outrageous move, which is hardly surprising, one of the witnesses is himself an illegal alien - Jose Antonio Vargas, the journalist who once used false credentials to gain entry to the White House - a felony which no one seems particularly interested in prosecuting.
And of course, no amnesty-pimping hearing would be complete without the head of La Raza, Janet Murguia, who will no doubt spout their usual race-baiting and lies with which we have sadly become accustomed.
(complete list of witnesses below the video)
LIVE VIDEO LINK HERE
UPDATED Witness List
Hearing before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary
Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Hart Senate Office Building, Room 216 9:30 a.m.
The Honorable Janet Napolitano Secretary United States Department of Homeland Security Washington, DC
Jose Antonio Vargas Founder Define American New York, NY
Jessica Vaughan Director of Policy Studies Center for Immigration Studies Washington, DC
Steve Case Chairman and CEO Revolution Washington, DC
Chris Crane President National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council 118 of the American Federation of Government Employees Washington, DC
Janet Murguía President and CEO National Council of La Raza Washington, DC
Team Obama handling of this case hardly makes Obama creditable he has serious intend on enforcing our immigration laws.Obama everything Obama says is the opposite of what it is,isn’t it?
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