As he prepares for the Iowa caucus in February, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio announced his "Religious Liberty Board"
Jan 1st Rubio's presidential campaign revealed its "Religious Liberty Advisory Board." Of the 15 people listed, two of them are Hispanic: the president of Ashford University, Dr. Carlos Campo, and the president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Rev. Dr. Samuel Rodriguez.
Rodriguez, who is a conservative, is a strong supporter for congressional immigration reform, in which Rubio co-sponsored in 2013 with the "Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act", a bipartisan legislation that that included reforms to the immigration visa process, 700 miles of pedestrian fencing on the southern U.S. border and more than 38,000 full-time active duty Border Patrol agents also on the southern border.
Rodriguez has been impressed with Rubio's leadership, however, he has also been vocal about Rubio's latest immigration position. Last June, the Boston Globe reported that Rodriguez had said Rubio "was Joshua leading the people into the Promised Land of immigration. Then, right when we were on the Jordan River, he pivoted. He looked back to the desert. All of the sudden he pivoted; he took his foot out of the water."
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