By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R from Alabama) released a written statement following an admission by a White House spokesman that the implementation of an executive amnesty has been pushed back several weeks because they hoped it would delay public outrage until after the election.
Sen. Sessions said, “One is left breathless by the White House’s admission that it is timing its planned nullification of America’s immigration laws for after election day in the hope that it will spare Senate Democrats from the public’s wrath. Instead of rebelling against executive amnesty, Senate Democrats have supported it every step of the way. They continue to put their loyalty to Leader Reid and the White House ahead of the interests of the struggling American workers they are supposed to represent. America’s borders are not up for debate. Activist CEOs do not get to sit in a secret meeting at the White House, flanked by amnesty activists and Democrat consultants, and decide it’s time to scrub away our national boundaries.”