Judge Nap: Obama Using Children As 'Political Pawns' to Push Immigration Reform
A third military base is now being used to house illegal immigrants after a huge surge of minors across the border. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted this morning, with Steve Doocy asking whether the president can do this.
The judge explained that President Obama has invited this sudden explosion, as parents are now sending their children across with nothing but a backpack full of clothes, food and water.
"This is being done at the invitation of the President of the United States of America, who has violated his oath to uphold the Constitution and the laws by announcing 13 months ago that he would not enforce the immigration laws," said Napolitano, calling it a "vast humanitarian crisis."
He recalled that Obama essentially told people in Mexico and Central America how to break the law and eventually stay in the U.S. In 2009, about 3,300 children were intercepted at the border, but this year the number has gone all the way up over 50,000.
Napolitano said it's "absolutely child abuse," accusing President Obama of using these kids as "political pawns" to influence the immigration debate in Washington.
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