DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison Makes ASTOUNDING Claim About National Borders

Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.), deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee, shines a light on where he wants the Democratic Party to go concerning national borders. He sees our borders as an inconvenience to those that want to cross them and come here to work or be on our welfare system. The term that he uses for our borders is that they are an “injustice.” Will this be the globalist platform of the Dems? Read his comments.

As Written and Reported By Cameron Cawthorne for the Free Beacon:

Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.), deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee, on Wednesday said that national borders create “an injustice” for “regular people” seeking out the highest wages possible.

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Ellison, who announced last month that he will not run for reelection to Congress and instead launch a bid for Minnesota attorney general, did an interview with Rabbi Michael Lerner in which they discussed several issues, including immigration and the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

“And I might also mention to you, rabbi, and everyone listening, that, look, the so-called, or what we used to call the first world, the developed part of the globe, relies for its prosperity, let’s be honest, on low wages, low levels of civil- and human-rights enforcement, low levels of environmental protection in what we used to call the third world, right?” Ellison said.

He added that the U.S. should “give something back” to the rest of the world, because if there is prosperity across the globe, then people would not have to leave “a place where they speak the language, they have their family, they know the culture, just to go to another place to be discriminated against and mistreated……

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Ellison: National Borders Create ‘An Injustice’ for ‘Regular People’ Seeking Higher Wages

 

 

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