HUD Secretary Ben Carson Lambasted for Proposing That Illegal Aliens Should Be Removed from Subsidized Housing

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Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson was verbally attacked by leftist politicians for proposing that illegal aliens should not be eligible for public-housing benefits. He said that Section 214 of of the Housing Community Act of 1980 states that the Secretary of HUD is prohibited from providing housing assistance to people living in the US illegally. Congress is pressuring Secretary Carson to actually break the law. [Story begins at 1:14 into the video.] – GEG

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Ben Carson is absolutely correct and the Dems are losing their proverbial minds.