Rep. Ilhan Omar wants to create a ‘pathway to citizenship’ for all illegal immigrants

Reprinted from Sara Carter's news page.


Rep. Ilhan Omar says the Biden Administration “must create a pathway to citizenship for all undocumented people living” in the United States. Omar’s stance isn’t surprising. She is a far leftest congressional member that has been repeatedly accused by opponents of being anti-Semitic and her push to support extreme immigration agendas is highly politically motivated. If not, calculated.

Omer met with CHIRLA activists that have fasted for five plus days to draw attention to their demands. According to its Twitter account “CHIRLA was formed in 1986 to advance the human and civil rights of immigrants and refugees. Educate, Organize, & Advocate.”

“Met with activists with @Chirla, who have been fasting for days to push for a pathway to citizenship,” Omar said in a tweet. “Immigrants get the job done.”

It’s hard to believe that Omar doesn’t realize there is already a legal pathway to citizenship. In fact, her family, as did mine and many others, have benefited from this great immigration system. There is no doubt that immigrants “get the job done.” They have done so since the founding of this nation but that doesn’t mean the United States has to give every undocumented person who entered the nation illegally citizenship. After all, their first act in the U.S. was to break the law.

Making matters worse, it’s the Democrats failed border policies that have led many of these immigrants to not only break the law, but to put their lives in danger on the journey to the U.S. border with Mexico.

It is true that we are a nation of immigrants. But we are also a sovereign nation of laws and those immigrants who came here legally and abided by the process under this.

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