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WATCH: Michelle Malkin Eviscerates Liberal Professor On Generosity of America, Illegal Immigration

Last night author and internet entrepreneur Michelle Malkin made a much welcomed appearance on The Kelly File. She discussed and debated an injunction issued yesterday by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denying the Obama administration the ability to implement President Obama's executive amnesty. 

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Naturally, progressive professor Mark Hannah avoided discussing the specifics of the injunction and instead attacked Americans who believe in the rule of law. Malkin, in the only way she can, completely destroyed his argument.

"I hate it when open borders advocates and activists get away with this inflammatory language that somehow those of us who believe in the rule of law want to throw every last illegal alien into some cattle car. This is the most generous country in the world, sir. We issue one million green cards every single year, 70,000 permits to people who apply for asylum, 500,000 foreign student visas, 700,000 work permits for both skilled and unskilled labor. This is the most generous country in the world and I am sick and tired of hearing Obama and all of his acolytes, including you, raise the specter that somehow we've built all of these wire fences and nobody is getting in and what a terrible humanitarian tragedy it is. The Fifth Circuit came down on the side of the public interest," Malkin said.

The entire debate is worth your time.

Thanks to RightSightings for the video.

This post has been updated.

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