Sessions says that members of his party who continue to doubt Trump’s conservative bona fides are missing the candidate’s “cautious approach to mass migration, transnational trade commissions and nation-building.”
The Alabama lawmaker says he believes President Trump will serve as a “forceful advocate” for America and implement policies that consider the best interests of U.S. citizens first.
If Hillary Clinton becomes president, Sessions says, Americans can expect the opposite.
“In Hillary Clinton, we have a committed globalist. Clinton was an ardent supporter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership — which surrenders American sovereignty to an international union of 12 countries — and has clearly left the door wide open to enacting the pact if elected,” the lawmaker writes in a recent op-ed.
Sessions also takes umbrage at Clinton’s immigration platform, which he describes as “the most radical in our history.”
“Clinton’s extremist proposal economically targets our poor African-American and Hispanic communities whose wages and job prospects are being steadily eroded by the huge influx of new foreign workers,” Sessions notes.
What American voters have to decide, the lawmaker concludes, is whether they want to live in a country that “serves our people.” Because, Sessions says, how the nation votes in 2016 will determine “whether we remain a nation-state that serves its own people, or whether we slide irrevocably toward a soulless globalism that treats humans as interchangeable widgets in the world market.”