Paul Ryan, Worst Choice for Speaker, Collects Democrat Endorsements

Paul Ryan sure is racking up the endorsements. First he got ultra-radical open borders extremist Luis Gutierrez to back him…

Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL)’s endorsement of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) for Speaker of the House has drawn new attention to Ryan’s two-decade history of pushing for open borders immigration policies. A previously little noticed 2013 video of Ryan and Gutierrez stumping for Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)’s amnesty bill—in which the two make a candid pitch for unlimited immigration—shows just how far Ryan is willing to go to push for open borders policies.

In the wide-ranging 53 minute video, which took place in Chicago, both Gutierrez and Ryan outline their shared plan for adopting open borders: that is, a national policy of allowing companies to bring in and hire as many foreign workers as they would like. This “free movement” of people across national boundaries is the centerpiece of the open borders ideology to which Ryan has devoted much of his career.

The video is entitled: “Rep. Paul Ryan and Rep. Luis Gutierrez Push For Immigration Reform.” The two Congressional partners lay out an immigration plan that is far more radical in scope than many would have imagined, and absent from virtually all major media coverage of the Ryan speakership push. The video gives fresh insight into what legislation Paul Ryan would advance— and what legislation he would block—if given the Speaker’s gavel.

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In the video, Ryan begins by adopting a left-wing narrative about GOP voters and suggesting that their opposition to mass migration is fueled by “ignorance.” Ryan rejects the idea that America is “a country”— i.e. a land with a fixed border and heritage—but instead an “idea” since ideas don’t have borders.

Now he has an equally revealing endorsement from a powerful member of the Senate:

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) became the second Democratic lawmaker Tuesday to wish Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) well on his potential journey to becoming House speaker. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) said something similar on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” earlier in the day.

Although not as universally loathed by patriotic Americans as the conspicuously odious Harry Reid, Warner is no prize either. He earns a liberty score of F from Conservative Review. But then, so does Paul Ryan. No wonder he has become Obama’s new partner.

Ryan has issued demands that must be met before he will deign to run for Speaker of the House. He insists that the conservatives who managed to force his fellow RINOs John Boehner and Kevin McCarthy overboard rally behind him. Lest Boehner’s fate befall him, he wants to change the rule allowing a simple House majority to remove the Speaker (Boehner jumped over the gunwale lest he be made to walk that plank):

Mr. Ryan had said he would only take the speaker’s job if Congress eliminated the power to oust the speaker mid-session — something Rep. Raul Labrador, Idaho Republican, said would undermine the checks and balances that have been in the system since Thomas Jefferson first wrote the parliamentary rule book.

In the short term there is only one real issue in politics. If Third World immigration is not shut off immediately, it will very quickly do to the entire country what it did to recently conservative California. Within a generation we will have a single-party system devoted to redistributing wealth from whites to the imported nonwhite ruling class. Our constitutional liberties will quickly evaporate, starting with our right to bear arms.

Ryan would aggressively expedite this grim demise. It would be better to leave Boehner in place.

On tips from JusttheTipHQ, TaterSalad, Torcer, Henry, and Stormfax. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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