Wrong, wrong, wrong
Sorry, Sen. Sessions. Reality still has a well-known liberal bias.
On Election Day, Americans roared in protest against the President’s open-borders extremism. They rallied behind candidates who will defend the rule of law and put the needs of American workers and families first.
Exit polls were unequivocal. More than 3 in 4 voters cited immigration as an important factor in their vote, believed that U.S. workers should get priority for jobs, and opposed the President’s plans for executive amnesty. These voters were right and just in their demands.
First of all, the 36 percent or so of voting age Americans who turned out were a minority of America, and the slightly more than half who voted GOP were an even tinier minority. Just because Democrats didn't bother turning out doesn't mean "America" thinks something. But beyond that, let's look at those "unequivocal" exit polls that the idiot senator cites in his second paragraph, because they essentially undermine his ENTIRE ARGUMENT.
First of all, how important was immigration? Not that important.
Just 14 percent of this GOP-heavy electorate thought immigration was the most important issue facing the country, virtually tied for last out of ... four issues asked. But more importantly, even taking Sessions at face value that three-quarters of voters considered immigration important, what exactly does this GOP-heavy electorate want to do about it?
That's right. By a massive 57-39, voters from the most conservative electorate since forever want "amnesty." Over one-third of Republicans
want "amnesty." So when the apparently illiterate Sessions says "President Obama made clear that he would attempt to void the election results—and our laws—by moving forward with his executive amnesty decree," he is sputtering sheer nonsense. Because the views of the electorate couldn't be more clear and—ahem—unequivocal
: Americans want to legalize our nation's undocumented population despite Sen. Sessions's attempts to rewrite reality.