Flashback: Look What RINO Paul Ryan Said About “Dreamers” Back in 2014


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President Trump has been working tirelessly to promote American interests above all else, but with traitorous RINOs now backing the “Dreamers” bill, it seems that we’ve hit a massive obstacle.


The bill, originally proposed by Obama during his second term, would allow hundreds of thousands of children who came here illegally to become citizens. According to a report we did yesterday, approximately 2.5 million individuals would be eligible for the program.

This is yet another example of Obama, Democrats, and other traitors putting other children first over our own. We already have millions of children in this country who live below the poverty line, who never see their parents, and who are desperate for opportunity—and yet these Democrats think we should prioritize foreign interests over our own youth.

Donald Trump, thankfully, has stated that he wants “dreamers from this country.” President Trump doesn’t want a bunch of dreamers coming in from other nations, as our own youth suffers—he wants the dreamers to come from here, right in America.

In response, Paul Ryan, current speaker of the house, has been talking tough. The Republican in name only has slammed Trump as being intolerant, and has pleaded with him to adjust his decision on the DACA bill, or the “Dreamers,” bill.

Funny enough, he actually said the exact OPPOSITE in 2014 when Obama was trying to promote the bill. This is yet another example of this hypocritical, populist liar who will say whatever he needs to say in order to be popular with the public.

Ann Coulter just tweeted out a transcript from an interview which Paul Ryan had with Hannity on October 28th, 2014—in it, he says that Obama’s deferred action for childhood arrivals is “blatantly unconstitutional.”

Hannity: “All right, here’s the next question. If the president follows through on his threat for executive amnesty, what do you have in terms of tools at your disposal to stop him from doing that?”

Ryan: “Well, first of all, it’s unconstitutional. So we’re already going through the court system on other unconstitutional executive orders that he has worked on and we would add this to the pile. Second of all, if we can get the power of the purse, we will explore every option that we can to exercise that power of the purse to get this executive to honor thee constitution. If he were to do something like that, by the way, he will put millions of people in legal limbo, poison the well for Congress, and do something that’s so blatantly unconstitutional. And so we’re telling the administration don’t even think about this.”

Now, CNN reports that Paul Ryan is backing the DACA bill:

House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday gave a major boost to legislative efforts to preserve protections for young undocumented immigrants — and urged President Donald Trump to not tear up the program.

Trump told reporters Friday he was still mulling the decision. The White House press secretary said a decision would be announced Tuesday.
Responding to a question about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, on his hometown radio station WCLO in Janesville, Wisconsin, Ryan said Congress was working on a legislative fix to preserve the program.

“I actually don’t think he should do that,” Ryan said of Trump’s consideration of terminating the program. “I believe that this is something that Congress has to fix.”

Funny how he’s now changed his mind that President Trump is in office. It seems that Paul Ryan is only concerned with getting re-elected, and doesn’t give a damn about staying true to his word or speaking the truth…even if not doing so will harm american interests.

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