Finish Border Wall, Name It After Trump

  • Sen. Rick Scott, chair of Senate Republicans’ campaign arm, released an 11-point agenda ahead of the midterms.
  • The agenda says the US must “finish building the wall, and name it after President Donald Trump.”
  • Scott also declared that “no one has a ‘right’ to come to America” ​​and the US has “plenty of welfare recipients.”

Sen. Rick Scott released a campaign agenda on Tuesday calling for the wall on the US-Mexico border to be finished and named after former President Donald Trump.

The first-term Florida Republican, who currently serves as the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee and is in charge of overseeing the national party’s midterm Senate strategy, released an 11-point agenda on Tuesday declaring that “the hour is late for America. “

“This is what people think, by the way,” Scott told Politico, which first reported on the new agenda. “If you talk to a normal, non-woke family, this is what they think.”

The point on the agenda, which fourth focuses on immigration, declares that “we will secure our border, finish building the wall, and name it after President Donald Trump.”

“We welcome those who want to join us in building the American dream, immigrants who want to be Americans, not change America,” reads the document. “We are a stronger nation because we are a nation of immigrants; but immigration without assimilation makes us weaker.”

The document also declares that “no one has a ‘right’ to come to America,” takes aim at “cultural segregation,” and claims that immigrants are being incentivized to leave their home countries and come to America “to receive government benefits.” The plan calls for immigrants to be barred from collecting “unemployment benefits or welfare” for the first 7 years after they arrive in America.

“We have plenty of welfare recipients — we need productive citizens instead,” says the document.

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