Marco Rubio has to answer for Univision. His comments about amnesty, in a foreign language to foreigners who invaded this country, cannot be ignored. Senator Ted Cruz confronted him on his subversive promises to undermine the rule of law by rewarding those who have no regard for American sovereignty or its citizens. Here is an excerpt from the Daily Caller:
It began when Cruz said: “Marco went on Univision in Spanish and said he would not rescind President Obama’s illegal executive amnesty on his first day in office.” Rubio objected vehemently that Cruz was lying. But the transcript of the Univision program is clear: Rubio did indeed say what Cruz quotes him as saying. Was Cruz perhaps quoting Rubio out of context, making the statement seem to imply more than it really did?
Quite the reverse. Had Cruz cited the fuller context, Rubio would have looked much worse. He had actually told Univision that Obama’s DACA [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] is important. He added “At some point it’s going to have to end,” but then spelled out when and why: “it’s going to end because immigration reform is going to pass.” In other words, Obama’s illegal executive action would stay in place into an indefinite future time when legislation enacts a legal version of it anyway.
Marco Rubio won his senate seat with overwhelming and enthusiastic Tea Party support. This man turns around and stabs them in the back by colluding with the likes of Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, John McCain and Lindsey Graham. His candidacy for president should have been strangled after that. Marco Rubio has to answer for his betrayal.