jueves, 1 de septiembre de 2016

Interview with NBC12 in regards of illegal immigration and how to treat people in accordance with the Bible (even if they are illegal immigrants)

Romans 13:1-8, 1 Peter 2:13-14, Exodus 23:9. Cost of welfare benefits illegally obtained by illegal immigrants: $113 Billion dollars a year. And some veterans can't get a VA appointment. And I am a US Citizen by birth and I have been in a fight with the Department of State and with the USCIS for four years because of my wife and nobody could tell me what is going on with her case. What else do you want? Wait for my interview tonight with NBC 12 in regards of why I am against illegal immigration. However, with all of this, we have to threat people with mercy.
Minister Jose Quintero (Source: NBC12)
PETERSBURG, VA (WWBT) - A Hispanic minister from Petersburg admits he harbored illegal immigrants. Minister Jose Quintero also says he supports Republican candidate Donald Trump for president.
The minister says he simply does not believe Trump will make good on his campaign promise to create a deportation force.
"It's easier to get in the country illegally than legally. That's wrong," said Quintero.
Quintero says he has been working non-stop to try and bring his wife to the United States from the Dominican Republic.
"The system is broken," said Quintero. "I've been fighting with immigration for four years."
That is why the minister says he is supporting Trump. The minister says he likes Trump's "tough stand" on illegal immigration, but Quintero admits he has harbored illegal immigrants.
"Yes. I have. Right here in Petersburg," said Quintero, who says he still supports Trump's call to deport illegal immigrants. "Yes. Because they are illegal."
But the minister says he does not really expect Trump to make good on his initial campaign promise to enact a deportation force.
"You really want to know what I think he was doing?" said Quintero. "He was trying to get votes. Nobody is going to be able to deport everybody."
Trump's tough talk appears to have taken a toll. According to a new Gallup poll, 65 percent of Hispanics have a favorable view of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, but only 21 percent of Hispanics have a favorable view of  Trump.
"He's been attacking our community," said  Clinton supporter Attorney Jaime Areizaga-Soto. "And he finally realizes that he is doing so badly in the polls that he even has to try to give an impression of respect to our community."
Areizaga-Soto feels the Republican nominee's joint meeting with the Mexican president on Wednesday is nothing more than political theater.
"If you look at the pictures," said Areizaga-Soto, "the U.S. flag is not behind him. He was not there representing anybody but himself. We have to fix immigration, but Donald Trump's divisive insulting and silver bullet approach to just fixing the problem by making a wall? It shows his incompetence and his lack of preparedness."