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BAM: Tom Cotton hammers Chuck Schumer for what he ‘conveniently omits’ from deportation fear mongering

Chuck Schumer doesn’t sound much different from Eric Swalwell in his tweet about President Trump having ICE enforce immigration laws:

It’s incredibly ironic that Schumer accuses Trump of “playing to his base” by enforcing immigration laws when Chuck’s the one playing to the Dem base. Schumer’s Senate colleague Tom Cotton described what Democrats like Schumer are NOT mentioning:

One thing’s for sure: Cotton seems to have triggered many Dems with that simple reminder, and Schumer will no doubt be among them.

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  1. Sen. Cotton, a former Army Ranger who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and a close colleague of Graham, was found to have been running political ads on GRINDR, a smart phone application for gay men looking to hook up with other gay men, during his 2014 senate campaign.

    Cotton, both during his time as a member of the U.S. Army's "Old Guard" at Arlington National Cemetery and as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, was a frequent customer of JR's, a well-known gay bar in Washington, DC's primarily-gay Dupont Circle neighborhood.

    If the CIA continues to follow precedent, it has plenty of incriminating evidence on Cotton, who hastily got married in March 2014 during his Senate campaign in Arkansas. It is no coincidence that the CIA's major anti-Russia activists on the Armed Services Committee are the immensely blackmailable , Graham, and Cotton.

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  2. Isn't it CONGRESSES job to write immigration law and NOT the POTUS?

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    1. TRUMP IS NOT WRITING THE LAW, HE IS ENFORCING EXISTING LAW YOU MORON.
      IF YOU GET A TICKET FOR NO SEATBELT, IS THE COP "WRITING THE LAW" RIGHT THERE ON THE SPOT??

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