Would many consider this a major flip-flop?
Well, this will not go over well with some folks who pour a lot of money into the SuperPAC’s that are funding Ted Cruz ‘s campaign.
You know many people don’t say this especially those who dislike the GOP front-runner Donald Trump, but when Trump talks about building the wall and deporting illegal immigrants, when he says that they will come back legally, I am sure that he means that they will have to go through the same process as everyone else does who comes into this country under the assumption they are or want to be citizens.
When Ted Cruz as you will see in this video speaks about Trump’s program he thinks Donald we’ll deport illegals and then just let them back in the United States and magically make them legal, and that’s not the truth.
As you will hear in this interview with Bill O’Reilly, for the first time, Cruz publicly states he would use ICE to round up illegals “door to door” and send them back across the border. The TX Senator could be taking this direction after 75% of the voters in South Carolina decided they supported a temporary ban on Muslims in this country.
From O’Reilly Factor interview:
O’Reilly: Would you round up 12 million illegal aliens here and if so, how?
Cruz: Yes we should deport them. We should build a wall, we should triple the Border Patrol. Federal law requires that anyone here illegally that’s apprehended should be deported.
O’Reilly: Would you go look for them, though? Mr. Trump would look for them to get them out. Would you do that if you were president?
Cruz: Look, Bill, of course you would. That’s what ICE exists for. We have law enforcement that looks for people who are violating the laws, that apprehends them and deports them.
Watch the video here:
The problem with this statement is he told CNN’s Jake Tapper he would send in “jackboots” to knock on every door in America.
“I don’t intend to send jackboots to knock on your door and every door in America. That’s not how we enforce the law for any crime,” Cruz told CNN’s Jake Tapper in Iowa.
This clearly is a flip-flop, And I am sure O’Reilly new what he was doing because he asked the a couple of times. What is your feeling about these videos and do you consider it a flip-flop? Please leave your comments below and let us know what you think.