Shepard Smith on Verge of Tears About Migrants Dying at Border: ‘We’ve Always Said Yes … When Did We Change That?’

‘Since the dawn of this nation every time those communities have come here, they have made America better’

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SMITH: “Through the history of this nation, we have said give us your tired, your poor and your huddled masses. That’s what we’ve said as a society to people who were in a position where they cannot or their children cannot properly survive. And we have always, since the dawn of this nation said then come, we’ll figure this out. Since the dawn of this nation, every time those communities have come here, they've made America better. We’ve always said yes. We've said if you’re — if you are in the right place, if your heart is in the right place and your idea is in the right place and you want to come be a part of this grand experiment, we want you here. When did we change that? How do we get the previous back?”

(via Mediaite

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