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Recorded: Thu 26 Apr 2012, 18:00 GMT
Released: Thu 26 Apr 2012, 18:31 GMT

Subject(s):
- social issue > demographics > immigration
- politics

Location: United States (USA), UNITED STATES (USA)

United States (USA), UNITED STATES (USA), Thu 26 Apr 2012, 18:00 GMT

GOVERNOR JAN BREWER APPEARS ON AMERICA'S NEWSROOM...
DISCUSSING THE ARIZONA IMMIGRATION PROCEEDINGS...
AND THE STRUGGLE TO PROVE THAT THE PROCEEDINGS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH 'RACIAL-PROFILING'.
BREWER says: "Well, um, that was very, very troubling from the beginning because we knew, Martha, that...um...this bill could be very well received like a lightning rod and so, I was very cautious and careful when the bill was going through the legislature that make sure that it didn't include racial profiling. It's been very hard and mean-spirited. We are not racists, we are not bigots and yesterday, i think, it was made very, very clear by the Chief of the Supreme Court, when he spoke to the Solicitor General, asking him that 'this case is not about racial profiling is it', and the Solicitor General responded, 'no, it is not'."
BREWER says: "Well, if we lose on this, certainly, it's going to be very attractive to, um, illegal aliens that are in the state of Arizona and that are in America because, obviously, it says, 'we are not gonna be a a nation of laws, we are not gonna support and,and understand that we are...that we believe in the rule of law. Um...that's pretty unamerican in my opinion. So, it's gonna play to those people and it's going know with, um, with the direction of them trying to scare, I think, a certain population, in our state and in America that, um, he is a, the administration is the answer. It's unfortunate, it's very unfortunate."
ORAL ARGUMENTS WERE HEARD ON THE SUPREME COURT FLOOR WEDNESDAY (4/25)...
A RULING IN THE CASE WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN JUNE.







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