Some will tell you GOP Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio’s credibility is shot.
We all know he campaigned for the Senate as a Tea Party candidate, and then within six months of being elected was part of the senatorial group leading the pro-amnesty charge. This is not speculation, this is fact and those who want to look past this, I understand, but this is not the time to sweep anything under the rug.
Sen. Marco Rubio took on pro-amnesty protesters who interrupted him during a presidential forum, telling them that the United States would continue to enforce their immigration laws in spite of their protests.
“Rubio does not represent the community, he wants to deport our families!” protesters shouted. “Marco Rubio wants to deport my family.”
“We’re going to enforce our immigration laws guys,” Rubio finally said after he was repeatedly interrupted.
This is the same retort Rubio used before his election to the Senate, which turned out to be the complete opposite of what he did when he eagerly jumped on board the Gang of 8 bandwagon.
But if you check out this video, when he was confronted by Dreamer mothers, it seems to contradict what he just said, or maybe it’s me not knowing what I am listening to:
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h/t – Breitbart