Can someone confirm that Roberts agreed that children of illegals deserve an public education?
He said personally, he thought every child should be educated. He did not cite illegals in the US. To me, and not to the libs, the answer is it's against the law to be here, send them back where they came from.
He was very careful to differentiate the general concept from the legal issues of a specific case. He said he did not disagree with the general statement that all children should be educated, but he did not say the U.S. must educate illegals.
No, he didn't say that.
He said it was his personal opinion that "all children deserve an education," in response to Feinstein's smarmy question.
He was quick to point out, however (for the umpteenth time), that the court's duty is to apply the law, not personal opinions.