Illegal aliens on Capitol Hill demand amnesty by Executive Order

Where in the world, or in what country, can individuals who are not citizens or illegal immigrants, visit the capital city of that country and basically demand that country’s leadership make all illegal immigrants citizens?

As most have guessed, it is the United States of America. That exact scenario played out last week when Rep. Paul Grijalva (D-AZ) invited illegals onto the Capitol Hill to bring a list of executive orders that President Obama should implement, which includes stopping deportations and reuniting deportees with their families that are in the US. Six illegal immigrants, along with an immigration attorney, comprise a “Blue Ribbon Commission” that unveiled a list of fourteen things Obama could do without congressional approval that would provide millions here illegally with amnesty.

Before getting to the list, let’s understand exactly what happened on Capitol Hill. An elected representative of the people, aka citizens of the United States, invited illegal immigrants, aka criminals or lawbreakers, to the Capital to urge the fraud in charge to dispense with immigration law so they can’t be sanctioned for their misconduct in breaking the US immigration law. Lawbreakers are allowed to commune with a member of Congress with impunity and make demands of America’s leadership while citizens receive a thumb-nosing, canned response from their representatives who lie to their constituents from the ivory tower, afraid to even face the people.

To really make things interesting, an illegal immigrant who has been in the country for 12 years, Maricelo Munoz, and had to speak through an interpreter, wants Congress and Obama to think about their cases with “humbleness and acknowledgment of the suffering and sacrifices” these people have made to be here. According to the report by CNS news, Munoz spoke with tears in her eyes. What were the tears for really – the sadness that she faces deportation for “driving without a license and fleeing the scene of an automobile accident;” the concern for those here illegally who want a better life for themselves while being equal under the law and are upstanding individuals, except for breaking the immigration law; or, a sympathy for the suffering and sacrifices that breaking the law entails. Maybe Munoz flowed tears for being sorry she got caught breaking the law, but not being the least bit sorry she broke the law.

According to CNS news:

The group, dubbed #Not1More, included Angel Hernandez-Gomez “a young undocumented and queer organizer from Durham, N.C.,” who is “committed to defending his family, and all women, trans people, sex workers and other people of color from the fear of deportation,” according to his biography distributed at the event.

Yes, this illegal immigrant who is breaking the law is committed to “defending his family” and a host of others from the fear of deportation. This host of others includes sex workers. As this was not clarified, one could assume it means illegal immigrant prostitutes – another sect of fine, upstanding, law-abiding illegals. The way Hernandez-Gomez declares his commitment to defending these lawbreakers, one would think they were unjustly denied equal application of US laws. With his bold statement printed in his biography, this illegal immigrant has covered all disparities the left is so fond of exploiting for their ideological purposes.

Here are a few of the fourteen recommended executive orders by this group according to CNS news: Continues

AMERICAN JEWRY’S PUSH
FOR MASSIVE IMMIGRATION

Conquest Through Immigration

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