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Faux-Moderate Sen. Claire McCaskill Sponsored Bill to End Immigration Enforcement

In an effort to drum up support among Independent voters, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) went on Fox News declaring she supports President Trump’s proactive measures to secure the border in advance of the arrival of the thousands-strong Central American caravan of migrants. “I think the president has to use every tool he has at his disposal, and I 100 percent back him up on that, whether it is turning them back because we are not equipped to handle that many asylum claims into our system,” McCaskill said. “I do not want our borders overrun, and I support the president’s efforts to make sure they’re not.” There’s just one problem: Numbers USA gives McCaskill an “F” rating for her support of amnesty and open borders. Worse still, she cosponsored legislation earlier this year to end ALL immigration law enforcement.

Here’s more from Breitbart…

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) has most recently shifted gears on immigration, talking tough on border issues, although months ago the lawmaker co-sponsored legislation to end all immigration enforcement.
During an interview with Fox News this week, McCaskill said she supports President Trump’s efforts to stop a migrant caravan of at least 7,000 to 10,000 Central Americans.

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“I think the president has to use every tool he has at his disposal, and I 100 percent back him up on that, whether it is turning them back because we are not equipped to handle that many asylum claims into our system,” McCaskill said. “I do not want our borders overrun and I support the president’s efforts to make sure they’re not.”

McCaskill’s tough rhetoric on the border comes at the same time of her re-election bid, where she faces a tough challenge from Republican candidate Josh Hawley.

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