Scott Walker Pledges to Repeal Obama’s Amnesty on Day One

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Julia Hahn
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15 August 2015
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National News
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On Thursday evening’s program of the David Webb Show on SiriusXM radio, Governor Scott Walker continued to lay out popular reforms to control exploding immigration.
Walker told listeners that he would “absolutely” put an end to the sanctuary city policies that have led to the death of countless American victims like 32-year-old Kate Steinle. He argued that there should be “no debate” about doing so...
Walker was similarly unequivocal on his stance against executive amnesty, declaring that he would repeal it on day one of his presidency: “We need to repeal the executive actions the president took on illegal immigration on the very first day.”
This declaration from Walker is crucial for a number of reasons. First, because the President’s executive amnesty for DREAMers–essentially a birthright citizenship for the foreign-born–is in full effect to this day. Second, because the putative establishment pick, Senator Marco Rubio, conducted a Spanish-language interview only a few months ago in which he said he would leave the President’s executive DREAMer amnesty in place until some form of legislative action replaced it–i.e. a legislated amnesty...