The groups themselves, their members and the left-wing propagandist, both in media and government, label them as “immigrant rights groups,” but that’s deliberately misleading. If they were immigrants, they would have nothing to protest and nothing to fear from law enforcement. They would be legally in the United States.
But they’re illegal aliens, not immigrants. The dictionary defines an immigrant as a person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residence. Illegals migrate for as long as they can get away with it. They enter the arrangement knowing that it’s probably temporary, that they’re criminals every day they’re in the parasitic host nation and that they’ll exist on the fringes of society. They might find a way to pull it off permanently, but that should be the rare exception to the rule. In a normal setting, the jig is up as soon as they drive with a broken tail light and get pulled over. They know going into it that it’s a situation where there is little in the way of rights beyond the basics of survival.
Now those who have no right to be in the United States are demanding that they be granted to them in an oxymoron they call “immigrant rights.” The pandering of the illegal alien occupying our White House for the last eight years has led them to feel emboldened and entitled, to the point of making demands. Their demands should be limited to simple requests, like a window or aisle seat on a bus pointed south.
In response to the threat of a return to the rule of law under a Trump presidency, illegals and their anarchist supporters held rallies in approximately fifty cities across the country, expressing their demands. The orchestrated effort, which undoubtedly has the nasty fingerprints of George Soros’ Open Society all over it, declared Saturday to be a “Day of Action” timed to coincide with other Democrat anti-American events being held in the lead up to the Trump inauguration and the days afterwards.
One agitator, Ricardo Zamudio of Neighborhood Ministries in Phoenix, typified the blustery anti-American Democrat position, saying, “We are prepared to defend our dreams and our families, whatever comes. There is a lot at stake here.”
The agitators are pushing cities to continue the illegal sanctuary policies that have encouraged illegals to remain in the United States and offered them protection while doing so. Another protester, Cristina Jimenez, the executive director of the national United We Dream organization said, “there is a deep sense of fear and worry in immigrant (illegal alien) communities. At the same time, there is no way we will go back to living in the shadows.” That’s great, they can go back to living in Mexico or El Salvador in the daylight, report to your local ICE office.
Agitator Evelyn Solis, said, “In six days, we are going to have a president who is deporting millions. As a Latina woman, I’m afraid for my safety. With the organization being united we are going to create a safe zone for all people.” An illegal area where illegals are safe from the law is the same kind of sanctuary policy, a law-free zone, that Obama tried to create on a national scale. It’s probably not going to happen under a legitimate president who puts the needs and interests of Americans first.
There’s one window seat left, Evelyn, it’s yours if you want it.
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