Saturday, February 20, 2016

TRULY PATHETIC: Marco Rubio Caught in Numerous, Obvious Lies While Attacking

Marco Rubio spent the morning on Fox News ripping into the highly-trafficked Breitbart website for its exclusive interview with ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) Council President Chris Crane.

In the article ("On Eve of SC Vote, Nation's ICE Officers Detail Rubio's Betrayal"), Crane illustrates Rubio's sellout of the American people to the open borders crowd, including the government of Mexico, Chuck Schumer, La Raza, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Crane's descriptions depict the Beltway insider virus at its very worst.

So you'll never guess how Rubio responded to Crane's incredibly accurate description of Rubio's treasonous activities.

He told host Neil Cavuto:

“It’s being reported on a website that’s not a credible source. It’s the same website that said, Neil, that you guys gave me the questions to the debate.”

He said that his campaign doesn’t give Breitbart press credentials to their events and dismissed their reporting as “basically conspiracy theories.”

And while there are plenty of people who share that view, there’s just a couple problems with Rubio saying it, highlighted by Breitbart’s own Charlie Spiering:

Yes, Breitbart actually ran a Rubio op-ed this week. And yes, Team Rubio was happy to publicize that fact:

Rubio, while a slick talker and a reasonably attractive candidate, is a pawn of the Open Borders lobby.

And he's a very, very bad liar.

If you believe for a second that Marco Rubio will secure the border, I've got a gorgeous tract of land in Whitewater, Arkansas I'd like to sell you.

Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.

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