DNC Chairman Tom Perez declared that "no human being is illegal" at a May Day rally outside the White House.

Perez, the former labor secretary who's taken to swearing in his anti-Trump diatribes, also made headlines for refusing to say the president's name during the speech.

"The Democratic Party is here, fighting for you. ... Our most important power is not the mister in the White House, I can’t even mention his name, the power is with all of you," he said.

"No human being is illegal, we must treat everyone with dignity," he said. 

Judge Andrew Napolitano noted this morning on Fox Business Network that the country is not in favor of a leftward move on immigration.

Karl Rove agreed that Perez, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and others are "dragging Chuck Schumer and the rest of the Democrats to the hard left."

Rove said that this will benefit Republicans in the short-term, but will hurt the United States over the long run. 

They agreed that more moderate Democrats like Schumer are being forced to "pander" to the extreme left, with Rove pointing out that Sanders won 46 percent of the votes in the Democratic primaries.

Watch the comments and the discussion above from "Varney & Co."

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