Grieving Mother to John Kasich: “Come visit the graves of our children” before Deciding on Amnesty

Kasich's position on immigration is treasonous according to grieving mother Maureen Maloney whose son was killed by an illegal alien.

“The person who killed him should not have been in this country,” Maloney explained, noting that Matthew’s killer “had assaulted police officers, he had assaulted paramedics, multiple drunk drivings, domestic violence and each time he had a run in with the police, he’d go to court, pay his fine and be let go,” Maloney said.

Putting American lives first is what she believes will fix America and someone must take care of the those who are in the country illegally.

Maloney said that is why she is supporting Donald Trump for President. “He is what the country needs at this point,” she said. “He is saying exactly what so many people are thinking. The politicians are so out of touch with what’s going on in mainstream America nowadays– they’re just so concerned with having their financial backers that they’re not looking after the American people—very few politicians are looking out for the American people… Donald Trump is sincere in doing what he’s doing… He’s not saying what he thinks people want to hear—he’s just, I believe, being honest.”

This issue is the most important to her and she believes no one else is as strong as Trump is on the issues.

Governor Kasich's “treasonous position” is summed up in this debate exchange:

WOLF BLITZER (MODERATOR): Governor Kasich. The idea — you've said this and I want to quote you now. “The idea that we're going to deport all these people is ludicrous and everybody knows it.” Those are your words. Should people be allowed to break the law just because it's not feasible to stop them?

GOV. JOHN KASICH (R-OH): Look, we have a great president here, George Bush, 41st president of the United States. He worked with Ronald Reagan, to pass an effort to try to solve this problem. A path to legalization. You see, that was a time when things worked. It was a time when President Reagan and George Bush decided that we needed to make the country work. Look, I think there is an answer here. The answer is, you complete the border. You let people know that once it's done, you don't have a right to come in. If you come in, we don't want any excuse, you're going to go back. But I favor a guest worker program. I think it's practical. And I think for the 11 or 11 and a half million Americans, the illegals that are here, if they have not committed a crime since they've been here, I'd make them pay a fine, some back taxes, maybe some community service, and at the end, I'd give them a path to legalization, but not a path to citizenship. I don't think we're going to tear families apart. I don't think we're going to ride around in people's neighborhoods and grab people out of their homes. First of all, I don't think it's practical and I don't think it reflects America. You know what happened? The problem with President Reagan is we didn't get in there and actually finish the border. And I think it was probably business interests that affected it. But at the end of the day, let's be practical. Let's start solving problems in this country instead of kicking them upstairs with, and with President Reagan and George Bush, it was a bipartisan coalition to address the issue, and I think we can and should do it again and I will have a plan in the first hundred days to get it done and get this issue behind us.


Source: Breitbart   CNN



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