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Rep. Blackburn: Obama has turned every state into a border state
New immigration act being pushed by house Republicans.
US-rep Marsha Blackburn pointed the finger on Tuesday at “liberals” and “liberal judges,” you take the blame for the family separation in progress at the U.S.-Mexican border.
“As a mother,” the Tennessee Republican, released by the office said in a statement, “my heart breaks for the families separated at the border, but we are in this position, because the liberals would not have to pay for the enforcement of our immigration laws, or construction of appropriate facilities for asylum seekers.”
“As a mother, my heart breaks for the families separated at the border, but we are in this position, because the liberals would not have to pay for the enforcement of our immigration laws, or construction of appropriate facilities for asylum seekers.”
– U.S. rep Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.
Blackburn, who hinted for a U.S. Senate seat this year, that the separations could be avoided, together with the legislation on “securing our borders and the people keep coming over our border illegally and the choice of their families in danger.”
The longtime supporter of President Donald Trump is hoping to succeed U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, the retired, the Tennessean.
Blackburn to win the favorite, Tennesse, the GOP Senate primary Aug. 2, and in November, would be likely to face former Gov. Phil Bredesen, a Democrat, has been outspoken against the family separations.
“On our border with Mexico, our country is frightened of small children from their parents and locked them in the warehouse behind the chain link fences,” Bredesen said in a statement. He said the controversial policy was criticized by leaders of both parties, as well as religious leaders.
An estimated 2,000 children were separated from their parents, because the policy is the adoption of six weeks.
Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.