Judge Jeanine on DACA Recipients: ‘What Have You Done for the United States?’

‘What have you done to benefit this country?’

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PIRRO: "And what is the problem with the wall anyway? Open borders only allow more people to cross and add to our tax burden. What who are you to say what a sovereign nation can and cannot do. Try doing that in your home country and see what happens to you. And who are you to say you are entitled to bring in your parents as well as your spouse and children. Your parents created this mess in the first place by bringing you here. Citizenship is a privilege. We don’t grant it to people because they think they deserve it. What have you done for the United States? Were you in the military like my dad and grandfather? What have you done to benefit this country? If you have been collecting welfare, how about you pay it back. I believe in the American dream. I don’t want anyone to take advantage of it and I don’t want anyone to right. Especially people who are not grateful to be here who seemingly hate us and call us racist. There needs to be an he Lee Jones to the United States and what this country stand for. That’s my open. Tell me what you think on my Facebook and Twitter. Instagram."

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