Clinton Vows She Would Go FURTHER THAN OBAMA on Amnesty

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at an event at Rancho High School Tuesday, May 5, 2015, in Las Vegas. Clinton said that any immigration overhaul must include a path to "full and equal citizenship," drawing a sharp contrast with Republicans who have promoted providing a legal status or blocked efforts in Congress to address the nation's immigration system.  (AP Photo/John Locher)

While campaigning in California last month, Hillary Clinton promised she would go even further than Obama in granting amnesty to illegal aliens… would review “sympathetic cases.”

Speaking at the East Los Angeles College on May 5, 2016, Clinton said if Congress still refuses to act on immigration reform, she would go even further than Obama on executive orders, to give amnesty, not only to dreamers and their parents, but also to “others with deep ties and contributions to our communities who deserve a chance to stay.”

Clinton said the law allows for “sympathetic cases” to be reviewed, but “right now, these cases have no way to get a real hearing.”

In his speech Thursday, Obama lashed out at Congress because of the Supreme Court’s decision to block his amnesty orders, and said he hopes the right candidate is elected in November who will make sure his amnesty is passed.



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