Lynch: Illegal Immigrants Have the Right to Work As Much As US Citizens

The Obama administration is full of people who have no moral compass and subscribe to situational ethics, determined by how much political currency they will gain by making various decisions. It is also clear that neither Obama nor his officers are interested in supporting and protecting the common welfare of the American people when they have an alternative agenda to promote. Only occasionally are they directly called on it as happened when Senator Jeff Sessions was directly questioning Attorney General Loretta Lynch about illegal aliens living in this country.

Lynch Sees No Difference Between Rights of Citizens and Illegals

When Sessions questioned Lynch about illegals working in the U.S. and taking jobs from Americans, she gave the following response.

“Senator, I believe the right and the obligation to work is one that is shared by everyone in this country, regardless of how they came here,” Lynch said when asked by Sen. Jeff Sessions

who has a greater right to work: Illegal aliens, or lawful immigrants and American citizens?

“Certainly, if someone is here—regardless of status—I would prefer that they be participating in the workplace than not participating in the workplace,” Lynch said.

She also said she doesn’t believe that Obama’s executive action on immigration is an “amnesty.”

When the chief legal officer of the United States cannot see a problem with illegal aliens coming into the country and rather than being deported, taking jobs from unemployed Americans, it is time to replace that person and get someone in their place who understands what citizenship means. Obama and his hirelings have all been very cavalier about the law and their responsibility to uphold it. And sadly, the youth of America will take note and see that for the top leaders of the land, truth is flexible and unimportant and something to be manipulated and ignored.

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