Fox & Friends host: Immigration "can change the landscape of our entire country if this continues to happen"
From the July 1 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
GRIFF JENKINS (GUEST CO-HOST): When I was covering the debate for you guys down there in Florida, wealth inequality was certainly a topic. But immigration really exploded because Julian Castro, who is a lower-tier candidate, right, former HUD secretary for President Obama, really got out in front with his plan to decriminalize illegal crossings at the border. Right? He was continuing that theme, blasting conservatives, blasting Republicans for their criticism that he was pushing for open borders.
JENKINS: In fairness, what Castro is basing his new policy on decriminalizing, it is a nearly 100-year-old law that we basically didn't have, you know, prosecution of people crossing our borders at the time. But, many critics, conservative critics, say that what Castro is doing is laying the legal framework for what would be essentially open borders.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Can you imagine what it is going to be like at the border if any of these Democrats win? Because they know not only are you going to come here, they're getting free health care, they're not going to be deported. Sanctuary city -- it'll be a sanctuary country.
AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): A lot of people are saying the biggest issue for the election is the economy. I would beg to differ. I think it's immigration, because it can change the landscape of our entire country if this continues to happen.
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