DEM DEBATE: Klobuchar says ‘law is king…’ so what does that mean about her position on illegal immigration?

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During last week’s Democrat debate, some talk centered around impeachment. Sen. Amy Klobuchar was asked how she could get more Americans to support impeachment.

“As a wise judge said, the President is not king in America,” she said. “The law is king.”

Right.

So, what about when a President circumvents the law to ignore the nation’s laws on immigration?

Who is ‘king’ in that situation?

It’s a question voters may want to ask Klobuchar.

Under her plan, most illegal immigrants would receive citizenship.

Author: Jacob Hall