Nancy Pelosi says ‘we can’t have deportations without representation’

By Stephanie Klein | July 30, 2014
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By Bradford Thomas

In a House Democrats hearing Tuesday, Nancy Pelosi argued against the GOP’s $659 million border bill on the grounds that it did not provide enough money to help immigrant minors in court. The House minority leader insisted that “we cannot have deportations without representation” and declared that the “soul” of America was “giving every person access to rights who in is this country.”

Breitbart reports:

Citing a friend, Pelosi said that “we cannot have deportation without representation,” and she praised the groups that were working to help the detained children.

The hearing featured unattended minors, now living in the United States, who complained about how border officials treated them.

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