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October 30, 2013 4:32 PM
Congressman McCaul: The House is "not going to conference" with the Senate over immigration reform
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Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Michael McCaul (R-TX) expressed his deep distrust in the Obama administration as its lies over the Benghazi scandal and Obamacare rollout reached a fever pitch this past week.

With regards to the Benghazi cover-up, McCaul asserted: “I don’t understand this narrative that we can’t use the word Al Qaeda, […] that 9/11 [Benghazi] wasn’t an act of terrorism, and that we’re going to call Fort Hood ‘workplace violence,’” he pointed out. “It’s a disturbing narrative that we’re seeing over and over again when the fact is that Al Qaeda is spreading like wildfire and with that comes a threat to the homeland.”

When Laura pressed him on the issue of immigration reform, McCaul could not have been more articulate: “I am not going to go down the road of conferencing with the Senate bill and I told Boehner that he needs to stand up and make that very clear,” McCaul announced. “We’re not going to conference with the senate period.” Unlike so many Congressmen that come on the show, it was clear that McCaul grasped the full gravity of what it would mean to go to conference with the Democrat led Senate: “I was invited to the White House yesterday and I refused to meet with the president because I saw it as a political trap,” he said. Facebook Fark Furl
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