July 28, 2016
PHILADELPHIA — In the strongest criticism yet of Hillary Clinton's open-border and amnesty plan, the National Border Patrol CouncilThursday warned that the Democrat's plan endangers Americans and that drug cartels and Islamic extremists are eager for her to win so they can invade the U.S.
"Clinton's call for amnesty in her first 100 days and expanding these dangerous policies demonstrates her deeply alarming willingness to sell out the security of American families to advance her political or financial interests. Her immigration plan is not only dangerous for all American families, but previews an administration that will once again defy the will of the voters and Congress to implement a divisive, reckless and partisan agenda," the union said in a statement issued before Clinton gives her acceptance speech tonight.
The 16,500-member council, which has endorsed Donald Trump, said that Obama's immigration policies have been disastrous to the country and immigrants, and said Clinton's would be worse.
"We would face an unprecedented crisis if she was elected and allowed to implement her plan. Cartels and Islamic extremists would quickly manipulate this chaos and further their plans to harm innocent American citizens," they warned.