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Biden administrator’s intended cash gift to illegal immigrants unconstitutional: Arizona AG

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Biden administrator’s intended cash gift to illegal immigrants unconstitutional: Arizona AG

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich spoke to Fox News’ “Hannity” on Friday night about the Biden administration’s latest plan for illegal immigrants, saying it appeared to be of greater concern to those who broke the law only for those who pay their taxes and obey. the law.

Brnovich mentioned that U.S. Representative Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, recently said the plan appeared to be an insult to U.S. military families as well.

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MARC BRNOVICH: Let’s put this in context. Congressman Crenshaw mentions these terrible tragedies of military families, but even the victims of 9/11 did not receive that kind of money.

The Biden administration, literally, is going to ask the federal government to monitor your banking transactions even if you have committed no crime and done nothing wrong.

And yet, they’re going to allow people who broke the law to be sent by the IRS half a million dollars, essentially, in taxpayer money.

Think about it: President Biden cares more about the children of Haiti and Honduras than the children of American taxpayers.

It is not only unspeakable, it is unacceptable, it is unconstitutional. And that’s why we have so many lawsuits against the Biden administration, just trying to get them to obey the Constitution and care about American taxpayers more than they care about the people who broke the law.

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