Dan Crenshaw@dancrenshawtx

Dan Crenshaw, Congressman for TX-02, a former Navy SEAL. Check link for my speech on socialism and why we should be more grateful for America.

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If Democrat Reps in Congress are against a wall, against closing asylum loopholes, against deportations, against collecting data on sanctuary cities, and FOR decriminalizing illegal crossings...isn’t it fair to say they are for open borders? I think so.


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A year ago I got to meet Buzz Aldrin. 50 years ago today Buzz and the men of Apollo 11 became the embodiment of American innovation and the American spirit when two Americans first landed on the moon. Thank you Buzz and the incredible people at NASA!   #Apollo50th     @drbuzzaldrin  


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Being proud of your country shouldn’t be so difficult.


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It’s time we debunk the myth of the $15 federal minimum wage.


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Why isn’t it bipartisan anymore? Find out.


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  #heresthetruth   on HR 1044. And in response to many comments below, let me clarify some things: 1. This bill does NOT create new visas of ANY kind. It does NOT legally favor H1B visas for green card holders (this is a point of confusion because some would argue that a POTENTIAL outcome of this bill is that only current temporary visa holders will apply for green cards) 2. This bill does NOT create NEW green cards. It simply changes the line order, making it more fair for immigrants who applied first. Right now, an immigrant’s wait time depends on what country they’re from (smaller countries therefore benefit the most). With this new bill, its a “first-in-line” basis, meaning your wait time depends on WHEN you applied, not from WHERE you applied. 3. When someone says it doubles visas because it “increases the visas from 7% to 15%”, this is WRONG. It is NOT increasing the number of visas or green cards. That percentage change is referring to a change in the maximum allowed PROPORTION of family-based immigrant visas from any specific country. It has nothing to do with the total number of visas. The total number stays the same 4. It is pure speculation to say that this would cost American jobs or depress wages. There is no evidence for that. We should also recognize that we have more than 7 million job openings in America right now, and not enough workers to fill them. Wages are rising, 3.2% year over year, but especially for low-income jobs, at 4.4% wage growth. Just the facts.


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  #heresthetruth   behind the scenes


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My response to recent efforts to remove the Pledge of Allegiance from our daily life.


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