Fox News anchor Sean Hannity clashed with Univision host Jorge Ramos over the topic of Illegal Immigration.
Ramos, who has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump and his policies, recently wrote an article titled “I no longer recognize this country.”
He argued in this article that illegal immigrants commit crimes at a lower frequency than U.S. citizens, and the vast majority of illegal immigrants in America are just people trying to create better lives for themselves and their families.
The column, not unlike his Hannity interview, is full of contradictions and tired talking points. But without Hannity to challenge him, Ramos is unfettered to rattle off his propaganda. Here’s an interesting portion that came up during the Hannity debate:
Now, anyone who “committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense” may be deported, even if they were never convicted. Also, immigrants who have committed “fraud … before a government agency” are to be deported as well — which presumably applies to any noncitizen who has ever used a fake driver’s license or made up a Social Security number in order to work.
Translation: Deporting almost all of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. is now a priority. If this is truly the case, will there soon be widespread raids on homes or workplaces? This executive order makes it seem that anyone who is deemed deportable by an immigration officer is at risk.
An example of Hannity’s fact checking an complete and utter destruction of Ramos came when Jorge Ramos tried to claim that homegrown americans are more likely to commit a crime than an illegal immigrant residing in America. “That’s not true,” Hannity interjected, “because if 36% represent the 70,000 people that went to a federal prison, that’s just not true.”
Hannity then countered with more of his own statistics about crimes committed by illegal aliens.
In the fiscal year 2015, 36.6% of the over the seventy thousand federal sentences were for crimes committed by illegal immigrants. I just played for you, I sat in a security briefing, over a seven year period of time, of Texans alone, 642,000 crimes, including, not the majority, including rape, sexual assault, murders of people in Texas. 642,000 in one state, in seven years, is unforgivable, and we ought not risk American lives.
So the moral of the story is,don’t ever mess with Sean cause he will destroy and destruct you just like he did with Jorge Ramos.
h/t – theblaze.com