GOP Primary Candidate Miller-Meeks ‘Understands’ Granting Amnesty To Illegal Aliens

Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a Republican primary candidate in Iowa’s 2nd district, has repeatedly voiced support and “understanding” for granting amnesty to illegal aliens. It’s the latest evidence against the three-time congressional race loser’s insistence that she represents an “America First” platform. The resurfaced comments are in addition to Miller-Meeks masquerading as a pro-life advocate despite saying she was “pro-choice” in 2018, and describing Donald Trump as “as fit as Hillary Clinton” to be president and saying they are both equally “liars and corrupt.” She expresses “understanding” for Senator Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush’s “thoughts on immigration,” – code for their policies

NEVER TRUMP: Iowa GOP Primary Contender Miller-Meeks Called Trump and Clinton Equally ‘Liars And Corrupt’

Marriannette Miller-Meeks, a Republican primary candidate for Iowa’s 2nd Congressional district, believes Donald Trump is “as fit as Hillary Clinton” to be president, insisting the two are “both liars and corrupt” during the 2016 election. The three-time congressional race loser’s tweet continued, drawing a distinction between the two candidates’ avenues for corruption: “he did it legally, she broke laws, used government position & hurt national sec.” While Miller-Meeks has recently attempted to tout herself as a strong supporter of President Trump, these newly discovered comments will inform voters otherwise. The news comes shortly after Miller-Meeks’s flip-flop on abortion – declaring

REVEALED: Iowa Republican Miller-Meeks Said She Is ‘Pro-Choice’

Iowa Republican primary candidate Mariannette Miller-Meeks’ declared she was “pro-choice” in 2018, the latest evidence to corroborate her weak record on abortion. It’s further proof that Miller-Meeks’ alleged pro-life stance is mere politicking for votes, clarifying why voters in Iowa can’t trust the three-time congressional race loser to protect the unborn. “I am pro-choice, but it’s a very sensitive issue,” she revealed at a 2018 Ottumwa League of Women Voters candidate forum. The forum centered on if Miller-Meeks or her primary challenger would repeal a bill banning abortions in light of fetal heartbeat detection. “Ultimately as a doctor and a