In response to Rob Christensen’s March 4 column “Politics as usual on Lynch”: How could senators possibly vote for an attorney general who believes that the president has the right to change the laws on immigration for 5 million people? Past executive action in that area was on a case-by-case basis.
The Constitution gives Congress the right and power to make laws. It expressly gives Congress power over naturalization. How could senators vote for an AG who gives Congress’ rights to the president? How could the Senate vote for an AG who believes that illegal immigrants have equal rights to work in the United States as American citizens?