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Episode 64

Who can tell us who made the following statement?

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Clue #1:
The person who made that statement is NOT a Republican.

Clue #2:
The person who made that statement is NOT a Conservative who has the courage to accept the truth.

Clue #3:
The person who made that statement is NOT Donald Trump.

Clue #4:
The person who made that statement WAS impeached but NOT removed from office.

Clue #5:
The person who made that statement nearly became First Lady during the Presidential election of 2016.



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The person who made that statement can be seen and heard making that statement in the video below.
And he got a standing ovation by the United States Congress after making that statement!

And here is the law (8 U.S.C. 1325) as Mr. Tom Homan clearly and eloquently informs a politician in the video below.

The United States DEPARTMENT of JUSTICE provides the law at 1911. 8 U.S.C. 1325 --
UNLAWFUL ENTRY, FAILURE TO DEPART, FLEEING IMMIGRATION CHECKPOINTS,
MARRIAGE FRAUD, COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE FRAUD
that:

Section 1325 sets forth criminal offenses relating to
(1) improper entry into the United States by an alien,
(2) entry into marriage for the purpose of evading immigration laws, and
(3) establishing a commercial enterprise for the purpose of evading immigration laws.
The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) amended 8 U.S.C. 1325 to
provide that an alien apprehended while entering or attempting to enter the United States at a time or
place other than as designated by immigration officers shall be subject to a civil penalty.
The statement is quite obvious:

And so is what is written upon this sign:


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