Illegal alien activists with open border organizations intend to influence Super Tuesday primaries for the 2020 Democrat presidential primary field.
Breitbart reports, Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT), specifically, are looking to pick up support in key Super Tuesday primaries in California, Texas, Virginia, Massachusetts, and North Carolina — home to some of the largest illegal alien populations in the United States — with endorsements from open borders organizations.
United We Dream Action, one of the largest national immigrant rights groups with illegal aliens as part of its membership, announced Friday its endorsement for Warren and Sanders and support to end all deportations of illegal aliens.
“Both Warren and Sanders rise far above the rest in their vision and readiness to deliver on our platform for change,” the group said in a video. “Both Warren and Sanders offer an end to the Trump nightmare and would take our country further than any other candidate as we strive toward justice.”
“After four years of Trump, there’s absolutely no question that detention camps need to be closed,” the endorsement video states. “Deportations need to be stopped and the enforcement machine needs to be taken apart brick by brick.”
“We want to be clear: we are not choosing a hero or a protector,” the group said. “This is the start of a new power relationship centered on our platform and on our people.”
In prior primaries, like the Iowa Democrat Caucus, illegal aliens and noncitizens organized for Sanders, as Breitbart News reported.
Breitbart writes, “both Warren and Sanders have endorsed a platform that forces America’s working and middle class to compete against the world’s workforce for jobs, including decriminalizing U.S.-Mexico border crossings, amnesty for the majority of the 11 to 22 million illegal alien population, and taxpayer-funded healthcare for all illegal aliens, noncitizens, and foreign nationals.”
According to a new report by the Pew Research Center, more than 23 million immigrants will be eligible to vote in the 2020 election, making up a historically high 10% of the electorate.
“They will have a voice in the Democratic primary, because they are such a large part of the overall voter population,” said Mark Hugo Lopez, one of the study’s authors.