Marco Rubio Fiction Will Have Repercussions
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), candidate for 2016 Presidential election, is establishment all the way, and not as honest as he would like you to believe.
Evidenced by his Gang-of-Eight credentials, he shows here that he will do anything to promote amnesty including having an ICE agent removed from a press conference to forbid him from asking the hard questions, as reported by Breitbart.
Marco Rubio stood idly by as Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council President Chris Crane, who is a 13-year ICE agent, was ejected from a Gang of Eight press conference for trying to ask a question on behalf of law enforcement.
Crane slammed Rubio for having “directly misled law enforcement.” In his Congressional testimony, Crane said, “Never before have I seen such contempt for law enforcement officers as what I’ve seen from the Gang of Eight.”
Stephen Miller, communications director (at the time) for Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), told Breitbart News Daily how throughout the Gang of Eight push, Sen. Rubio “directly deceived” immigration law enforcement and the American people.
Rubio, the Senator that has walked away from his job representing the people of Florida, tells Fox News that Breitbart is not a “credible source” of information because all they report on are “Conspiracy Theories.” Rubio also said that his campaign doesn’t give Breitbart press credentials to their events.
This statement has been shown to be false. Rubio is even a Breitbart news contributor, writing several articles for them, as recently as last week.
This was all in response to ICE Agent Chris Crane, whom Rubio dismissed as well. “He’s not an ICE official. He’s the head of a union,” Rubio told Neil Cavuto. Rubio said he would not address Crane’s accusations because they were published by Breitbart News — suggesting that Crane was a “conspiracy” theorist.
Crane has called out Rubio, issuing the following challenge:
“You recently lied to the American public on FOX news regarding my current status and career as both an ICE Agent and Officer,” Crane writes in his email to Rubio. “I challenge you to make yourself available, as a United States Senator and Presidential Candidate, so that I may present my badge and credentials to you as proof that your comments on FOX news are false.”
Crane explained that allowing him “to set the record straight… is the honorable thing to do.” Will Marco Rubio show any sense of honor and allow this situation to be publicly corrected?
Rubio’s Gang of Eight immigration bill is supported by La Raza, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), and all Senate Democrats.
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