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When it comes to amnesty, the right wants cheap labor and the left wants more voters

A couple of people approach the wall on Tijuana-side of the Border Field State Park fence, which separates the cities of San Diego and Tijuana at the US-Mexico border going three hundred feet into the Pacific Ocean, on August 12, 2012 in San Diego, California, at the launch of "caravan for peace" across the United States, a month-long campaign to protest the two countries' brutal drug war. The caravan departed from Tijuana with about 250 participants and is due to end in Washington on September 10. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN / AFP / FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

Jonathon Dunne from "Freedom's Disciple" breaks down the argument for open borders and the free movement of people, and why Democrats are pushing so hard for amnesty.

Are they really just using "Dreamers" for votes? Jonathan answers that and more and offers some historical perspective on the matter.

"This has nothing to do with Donald Trump," asserts Jonathon in the podcast. "This is historical." Jonathon encourages listeners to really analyze the arguments on both sides of the immigration debate and focus on those who are silent this week.

Listen to more episodes of “Freedom’s Disciple” with Jonathon Dunne on-demand and every Saturday at noon ET at TheBlaze Contributors.

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