Health Care And Immigration Dominate 2nd Democratic Debate | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

Health Care And Immigration Dominate 2nd Democratic Debate | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

Daniel Yohans

12 thoughts on “Health Care And Immigration Dominate 2nd Democratic Debate | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

  1. Frank Herrera says:

    Open Letter

    The Wall

    Since, I live in Texas I have to make this statement directly to those that are conducting a build the wall campaign. This migrant stream was created and sustained by American business special interest. To this day, it is Hispanic labor that you see most visible in the trades, hospitality and general workforce. I asked this to those that hold what I would consider a hateful point of view.

    I asked this question specifically to the Texas state politicians, “where have you been during the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, to present-day 2019, Hispanic labor has worked hard to build up the state of Texas and they been doing it out in the open, so why the hypocrisy now?” Just in case there are readers from other states, immigration has been occurring for such a long time and has been developed by American business interest I will add just a few states and their estimated migrant community: California (2,350,000), Texas (1,650,000), Florida (850,000), New York (775,000), New Jersey (500,000), Illinois (450,000), Georgia (375,000), North Carolina (350,000), Arizona (325,000), Virginia (300,000), Maryland (250,000).

    In doing a brief survey of wages of Central America which includes Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. While we have the build the wall movement becoming vocal I have not seen anyone from this political point of view addressing the “why” they are coming. When offered a suggestion that we speed up the registration process at the border the reaction is to discourage the process suggested. But more importantly no one addresses the Central American wage scheme.

    I will try to keep the wage descriptions consistent over this discussion and convert the wages to dollars:

    • In Costa Rica I found that for a general employee the wage is about $11.15 a day,

    • In the Dominican Republic wages are reported on a monthly basis which range from general employees $134 up to $221,

    • In El Salvador the agricultural workers get paid $2 a day,

    • In Guatemala you see wages from $2.81 to $3.73 a day.

    I will restate that the wall is immoral because in my view this nation is parasitic in nature extracting raw material and knowingly allowing the wages of the general workforce to be depressed. And I have stated in the past that the more intrepid Central Americans are heroes and they will walk thousands of miles to better themselves economically. All the while, the United States punishes people with spirit, by conducting a “build a wall” campaign. Thank you for reading.

  2. jordon adkins says:

    3:26 what's he looking at?

  3. Kim Fenech says:

    You will loses, opening the borders will ruin our country. You can’t bring South America to the United States. That’s why dems will loses
    There will no longer be a middle class because we will not be able to pay for it all. Thanks Government.

  4. Kim Fenech says:

    All socialists go home, go to bed, maybe you will wake a nice person.

  5. Dominick Morizio says:


  6. Dam Big Foot says:

    Trump now has the Centrist, Conservative, and Nationalist vote. Democrats only have Progressive and Liberal. Bidden doesn't represent the pink haired Nihilists so they won't even vote for him.

  7. nojawas says:

    These people are running for president? Where are all the American flags? Cricket, cricket… democrats are not American patriots, they hate this country. #walkaway

  8. James Cam says:

    Poor immigrants take up welfare, low skill jobs, spread disease/drug use, and cause crime. Higher intelligent immigrants take university spots, higher skilled jobs, and buy up real estate. In essence steal opportunities, market share and social capital from our people. In short both groups are bad and contribute to the demographic replacement of the west and essentially white genocide.

  9. Naomi Ogle says:

    MSNBC, and the Democrats hate America, and Americans hate them right back. Raise your hand if you're a brainless twits.

  10. cesar lagares says:

    How many people have been deported under Obama?

    President Barack Obama has often been referred to by immigration groups as the "Deporter in Chief."

    Between 2009 and 2015 his administration has removed more than 2.5 million people through immigration orders, which doesn’t include the number of people who "self-deported" or were turned away and/or returned to their home country at the border by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

    How does he compare to other presidents?

    According to governmental data, the Obama administration has deported more people than any other president's administration in history.

    In fact, they have deported more than the sum of all the presidents of the 20th century.

    President George W. Bush's administration deported just over two million during his time in office; and Obama’s numbers don’t reflect his last year in office, for which data is not yet available.

    YO QUISIERA SABER POR QUE NADIE LLAMA OBAMA RACISTA >> I just like to know why no one call Obama racis ? And I know the answer > you are too afraid to call a black man for what he is. >>>>>>>>>> AMERICA FIRTS <<<<<<<<<<<

  11. jona cla says:

    you are in a ditch democrats, get comfy for 4 more years

  12. Tonalli Girl says:

    lairs!!!! Trump is not taking away healthcare🙄

  13. destiny 2 Crespo says:

    And this is why Trump will be president again in 2020….. GO Trump

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