When former Florida governor and presidential contender Jeb Bush was interrupted by a gang of illegal alien advocates during a speech Monday, he managed to shut them up with the only solution the lawless understand:
That getting into the United States legally should get even easier.
Bush was trying to address a crowd at the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Houston on Monday but was repeatedly interrupted – until he appeased them.
Jeb Bush speech to Hispanic Chamber of Commerce interrupted by DREAMers in Houston https://t.co/Q3KUpf8iRu
— Adrian Carrasquillo (@Carrasquillo) September 21, 2015
Bush pacified the “DREAMers” by reminding them that he supports a pathway to citizenship for children who are in the U.S. illegally, the Daily Mail reported.
One protester held a sign reminding the presidential hopeful of a chummy moment between Donald Trump and Bush at last week’s Republican debate when the two exchange a quick “low-five.”
Another sign read “Who is the real Jeb Bush?” Bush let them know.
“We don’t need to build a wall! We don’t need to deport everybody in this country,” Bush said according to the Mail.
“It’s not a practical conservative plan. Coming here legally should be easier than coming here illegally.”
News of Bush’s pandering didn’t go over well with many conservatives on Twitter:
Was wondering where Dreamer protesters have been lately. They were in Houston to yell at Jeb Bush at Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. — Byron York (@ByronYork) September 21, 2015
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