Flanagan accepts invitation to tour southern border in New Mexico  

Cory Booker Doesn’t Care About Americans On The Southern Border

Flanagan accepts invitation to tour southern border in New Mexico

 

LAWRENCEVILLE – Based on the release of his “immigration plan,” parading across the border with five women who were previously sent back to Mexico by authorities and local media finally writing about his introduction of bill S.2021 “A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act by striking marijuana use, possession, and distribution as grounds of inadmissibility and removal,” it was obvious the theme of Cory Booker’s vanity presidential campaign last week was “putting illegal aliens before law abiding Americans,” Republican Senate candidate Tricia Flanagan said.

“I thought when Cory Booker released his ‘immigration plan’ in which he proposes to ‘virtually eliminate immigration detention’ things couldn’t get any worse, but they did,” Tricia Flanagan said. “He had to up the ante by escorting five women who were previously sent back to Mexico by authorities in his now well-known publicity stunt.”

“Of course, Mr. Booker found it necessary to do what he could to get folks to feel empathy by telling their sad stories, stories no one knows are true as their stories have not been investigated by authorities.” Flanagan remarked, “If Mr. Booker truly cared about the border he would have driven 150 miles west and met with ranchers whom I’ll be visiting at the end of the summer and heard from a 30 year old woman how she and her parents all carry guns because they have to thanks to illegal alien drug mules moving contraband across their property.”

“Perhaps true stories like this from citizens of our country are why Mr. Booker introduced bill S.2021 with little fanfare,” Flanagan said. “Surly even Mr. Booker knows his misguided idea to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act by ‘striking marijuana distribution as grounds of inadmissibility and removal’ is an open invitation for drugs to pour across the southern border.”

“Distribution is dealing,” Flanagan explained. “As a mother it offends me greatly that Cory Booker wants to make it easier for drug dealers to enter our country.”

“Cory Booker was too afraid to make a trip 150 miles west of his publicity stunt in El Paso because if he had he would have heard the life Americans are forced to live because of illegal aliens,” Flanagan said. “Booker would have heard about the kidnapping of an employee, property stolen or damaged, homes broken into, men with backpacks full of drugs hiding in barns and more.”

“Those are the things I learned about in only a couple of phone calls,” Flanagan commented. “Cory Booker doesn’t care because there aren’t TV cameras on the farms and ranches in Southwestern New Mexico.”

“Unlike Mr. Booker, I care. I care that Americans are forced to live in fear because of the dangerous rhetoric spewed by Cory Booker and other Democrats on the issue of our southern border,” Flanagan said. “Because I care I have accepted an invitation to visit the border. At the end of summer I will travel there with my campaign manager and our own film crew so New Jerseyans have the opportunity to learn how Cory Booker’s misguided ideas about immigration hurt hardworking Americans.”

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