If you recall the last time Hillary Clinton ran for President she stood for deportations without due process, and is on record stating that she is adamantly against "illegal immigrants" and the employment of the undocumented population.

The more things change the more they stay the same. At a town hall event in Windham, New Hampshire Secretary Clinton's true colors are once again revealed when she dropped an "I" bomb answering a question about her position on securing the Mexican border:

"Well look, I voted numerous times when I was a Senator to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in. And I do think you have to control your borders."

Or in sum, she dehumanizes people while touting her "numerous" votes to build a wall on the southern border. Can someone please explain to me how Hillary is materially different than the majority of the Republican field on the immigration issue?

According to Martin O’Malley campaign spokesperson Gabi Domenzain there isn't much of a difference:

"Secretary Clinton bragging about building a border fence order in New Hampshire today is exactly the kind of outdated, intolerant thinking that the Democratic Party cannot represent.

It is flat-out wrong to hear Secretary Clinton echo failed policy and sentiments that are more at home in the Republican Party, especially when their field is fueled by intolerance and false hysteria toward immigration.

The Democratic Party must be the Party that embraces New American Immigrants, and that’s just the kind of principled leadership Governor O’Malley has always shown. He understands that the enduring symbol of our nation isn’t the barbed wire fence–it’s the Statue of Liberty."

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