Clinton Campaign Using Undocumented 'Dreamers' to Boost Latino Vote
Hillary Clinton's campaign recently announced a program to recruit undocumented "Dreamers" to influence potential Latino voters, even though they themselves are not allowed to vote.
Clinton's national voter registration program, called "Mi Sueño, Tu Voto" (My Dream, Your Vote) was announced Sunday, targeting the 730,000 young people brought into the U.S. illegally as children.
Immigration attorney Francisco Hernandez said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today that illegal immigrants are not voting themselves, and there is nothing wrong with encouraging everyone who can legally vote to do so.
"Dreamers do not have the right to vote. They do not have residency, but they're politically active," Hernandez said. "That's the First Amendment to the United States Constitution."
"There are kids who are getting educations who are becoming taxpayers who have finally driver's licenses ... They're wanting to become politically active. That's what you want."
Tucker Carlson pressed Hernandez, asking why non-citizens should be politically active in the U.S.
"We have citizenship because citizens get to pick the president. Foreigners don't, no?"
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