Yesterday we reported remarks made by Hillary Clinton earlier in the week that her presidential platform will include a furtherance of Barack Obama’s immigration amnesty policy. She made some bold statements that day in front of a sympathetic audience – bold enough to be outside the mainstream of American political thought, something the Clinton’s don’t often do.
Her implication that the President’s executive actions don’t go far enough to protect illegal immigrants is therefore somewhat unbelievable, and now we have proof. Thanks to some archival research by the Republican National Committee, a 2003 radio interview has surfaced in which then New York Senator Clinton says she is, “adamantly against illegal immigrants.”
She went on to say in the same interview to state that, “people have to stop employing illegal immigrants.”
In her speech on Tuesday at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, Clinton said, “There are more people, like many parents of DREAMers…with deep ties and contributions to our communities who deserve a chance to stay, and I will fight for them.”
Which Hillary should we believe here? Could she really have had a change of heart during the intervening 12 years? Listen to those comments she made back in 2003 and contrast it to those she made just 3 days ago, below.[Daily Caller] [Youtube]