The Senate parliamentarian’s decision to nix immigration from the $3.5T reconciliation bill stung Univision this morning, with Washington, D.C. correspondent Edwin Pitti first calling the judgement a "low blow", then a “double low blow” as the network´s Despierta America kaffeeklatsch progressed.
Watch as Univision bemoans the “migratory setback” (yet again):
Despierta América, Univisión
KARLA MARTINEZ, HOST, DESPIERTA AMERICA: And at the nation's capital, the Senate's top adviser rejected a request by Democrats to include in the 2022 budget package, the legalization of millions of undocumented immigrants.
EDWIN PITTI: This decision by the Senate parliamentarian becomes a low blow not just for Democrats, but also for the loved ones of millions of undocumented immigrants who have, in recent years, asked for action (to be taken).
Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth McDonald's rejection of nearly eight million undocumented immigrants comes as a double blow.
True to the network´s position as a de facto far-left immigration PAC with a broadcast license, the decision by Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth McDonald was described as a reversal in the battle to legalize some 8 million undocumented immigrants; that the allocation, which would add an estimated $139,000,000,000 to the nation's deficit, was snuck inside “infrastructure bill” as part of the Democrat's campaign promise wish list, however, didn't make it to the report.
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