Cory Booker Personally Escorts Illegal Aliens Across the Border

Senator Cory Booker is seeking to stake out a position on the far left on the topic of immigration in the Democrat primary, and his latest move may put him in a territory of his own.

Booker’s campaign claims that the New Jersey Democrat personally escorted five Cuban and Honduran asylum seekers into the United States, crossing at the international border between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

Booker was accompanied by a team of high-powered immigration lawyers, who will doubtlessly utilize every trick in the book to secure permanent asylum for migrants.

Upon receiving permanent legal status, the unauthorized migrants will be entitled to the United States’ world-class free education, healthcare, and public services system, all paid for by the American taxpayer.

Booker has competed with Texas Democrats Beto O’Rourke and Julian Castro to fill the left lane of the Democrat Primary, oferring to abolish immigration detention centers used for decades that many Democrats have come to view as racist and fascist concentration camps.

Upon the dismantling of mundane immigration detention facilities, untold millions of immigrants from all over the world would be perfectly prepared to illegally enter the United States without any fear of being detained for their violation of immigration laws.

The New Jersey liberal’s stunt could be indicative of a new trend within the Democrat Party to flat-out embrace illegal immigration, differing from a past approach featured by the Obama administration in which the problem was merely swept under the rug or brushed off as a minor inconvenience.

Should they secure power, Democrats such as Booker will do everything within their power to do the exact opposite of securing the border- using the resources of the United States government to actively facilitate and encourage illegal immigration, with the hopes of securing the millions of new Democrat voters to turn United States blue electorally, permanently.

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