in the vicinityVideoSen. Gillibrand is proposing, the Social security to illegal immigrants
Illegal immigrants entitled to social security benefits — 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, has proposed – is a “ridiculous proposal,” former Republican presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, said Wednesday on Fox News’ “Hannity.”
“Let’s not only grandma’s Social security, let’s throw in a car and maybe rent for a nice house!,” Huckabee told host Sean Hannity, referring to the democratic plan.
“Let’s not only grandma’s Social security, let’s throw in a car and maybe rent for a nice house.”
— Mike Huckabee, the former Republican presidential candidate and Fox News contributor
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“I’m just added amazed that people “clap” this kind of stuff,” Huckabee. “I hope that Kirsten Gillibrand has to go out and talk to people in their 70s, who can barely afford to eat and you tell them, you go to your Social security increases, as we are going to be people that broke into this country illegally. I can’t wait to see if she gets applause in a room full of retirees live off Social security, if she makes that ridiculous suggestion.”
During a campaign event this week, Gillibrand a fiery defense of the migrants were currently living in the United States illegally, and called for a “comprehensive immigration reform.”
“If you pay in this country now, you must have the right to pay in to Social security, to pay the taxes to, in their local school system, and a path to citizenship. This needs to be done,” Gillibrand said.
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In addition to Huckabee, Salem Radio nationally syndicated host Larry Elder also Gillibrand criticized the plan.
Elder told Hannity that the Democrats will make such proposals, “in the pursuit of Hispanic votes.” But he noted that, on average, the most recent survey data shows that President, Trump has the support of about 30 percent of the Hispanic voters, he added, about the same location, the previous GOP presidential candidates Mitt Romney and John McCain received.