Senators Sessions and Vitter Warn against Repeating 1986 Amnesty

There was no statute of limitations in the promises made in the 1986 Reagan Amnesty, so we citizens are still owed the promises made 27 years ago, namely border and workplace security.

 

Even so, the open-borders diversity-first faction that rules Washington has rolled out a carbon copy of the 1986 law, and expect foolish Republicans to fall into line. Sadly, many have.

But not Senator Jeff Sessions, who was a whistle-blower against earlier amnesties and is a leader for sovereignty now.

On February 15, Senators Sessions and David Vitter cautioned against a repeat of the 1986 amnesty. In no other legislation has the gap between promises and execution been more vast, the two agreed.