During his introductory press conference on Saturday, Hillary Clinton‘s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, continuously spoke in Spanish, a blatant attempt to pander for the Hispanic vote.
But it’s what he said that should have everyone concerned.
“In our administration, in the first 100 days we’ll put forward a comprehensive immigration reform package that includes a path to citizenship,” he yelled to the receptive crowd.
In other words, a Clinton / Kaine administration would push an amnesty plan in its first 100 days in office.
Kaine touted the fact that he learned to speak Spanish when he was a missionary in Honduras and encouraged everyone to attend a naturalization ceremony.
“When you go to services, and you see these people’s desire to join this great country, you’ll basically have this pretty amazing thought,” he told the crowd. “Anybody who loves America this much deserves to be here.”
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