Type to search

We The People Store: Get your conservative merch today!
Uncategorized

Pelosi Twists Herself Into a Pretzel to Avoid Using Conservative’s Most Hated Word – VIDEO

NTK NETWORK
Share

The House minority leader told reporters that Congress will just grant ‘DREAMers’ citizenship.

Touting negotiations on a possible DREAM Act with President Trump, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said that Democrats are only looking to give illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children only citizenship, not amnesty.

Pelosi’s statement is confusing given that citizenship granted to illegal immigrants could be a form of amnesty.

“We’re not looking at amnesty. We’re never looking at amnesty,” Pelosi told reporters. Instead, Pelosi is trying to achieve an “earned path to citizenship” for DREAMers.

 

“This is an earned path to citizenship. whether it’s work, military service, education,” she said.

Pelosi also lamented how some people in the United States are not considered citizens, and that those people should be allowed to “earn citizenship.”

President Trump made similar comments on the plane to Florida this morning:

NTK NETWORK
NTK NETWORK

NTK Network is a unique news website that brings together data points from all platforms to tell the whole story. No single news report, photo, or video shows the complete picture. Instead, they have different sources and angles that provide glimpses into a moment. NTK is dedicated to bringing all those angles together so our readers have a complete understanding of what is happening. Today, the amount of information available to readers is overwhelming. NTK wants to break through that. At the same time, we work with partners and organizations to provide content that is unique and original to our audience.

  • 1
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
DON’T MISS OUT!
Subscribe To Our Newsletter
There are a million ways to get your news.
We want to be your one in a million.
Stay Updated
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.
close-link