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Democrat Drops Bombshell Confession

Recently on MSNBC, Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) confessed that immigrants know how to easily exploit the United States and it is a big problem.

According to Breitbart, Cuellar admitted that immigrants know that “all they have to do is bring a child, and they’re going to be released into the United States.”

“Why not have immigration judges here at the border? Why not give everybody their day in court?” Cueller questioned. “Look, everybody talks about people coming in, but if you have 100 people, most immigration judges are going to deny 88% of them and only 12%. So, why are we letting 100% of the people in when only 12% should be getting in — Bienvenidos — into the United States. Or whatever language, because as you know, there’s over 150 countries that are represented by people coming in, and there’s an increase of people from Cuba, Venezuela, Haiti, Africa and other places, because they’re realizing at the southern part of the United States, whether it’s land or sea … all they have to do is bring a child, and they’re going to be released into the United States.”

“What a deal for them,” he said.

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