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Marsha Blackburn Rails Against Establishment Border Bill: I Will Never Vote to ‘Make Illegal Immigration Legal’

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Senator Marsha Blackburn criticized the Senate “border” bill, expressing her refusal to vote for legislation that would essentially legalize illegal immigration.

She emphasized the importance of upholding the law and preventing illegal border crossings, particularly in light of the significant influx of illegal immigrants under the Biden administration.

Blackburn also called for attention to the Secure the Border Act as an alternative solution for border security.

“It is against the law for an individual to illegally cross into our country — it’s incredible that still needs to be said. We are a nation of law and order, yet the Biden administration has allowed over 8.8 million illegal immigrants to flood our border,” Blackburn wrote.

“Meanwhile, at least 85,000 migrant children have gone missing under the watch of Biden’s HHS as cartels and unvetted sponsors take advantage of them. That is unacceptable, and allowing even one immigrant to enter our country illegally is unacceptable. I will never vote to make illegal immigration legal, and I will not support this deal.”

“If my Democratic colleagues are serious about working with us to secure the border, they should call for a vote on the Secure the Border Act (H.R.2), which arrived in the Senate on May 15 and has languished without even a hearing,” she wrote.

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