Sessions Warns Washington Elites Against Rush To Amnesty

Speaking on the Senate floor, Sen. Sessions explained that one of the lessons learned from the 2006-2007 amnesty push was that the laws on the books must be enforced first. He revealed that the Obama Administration has been systematically dismantling existing law; for example, there is a "public charge" prohibition--in other words, visa applicants cannot come to the United States if they are deemed likely to need welfare assistance--that has been aggressively defied by President Obama's DHS.