“F*ck this conservative! F*ck this person!”
Members of Congress like Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) and even Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York are finding out the hard way that they are not immune from the wrath of disappointed “Dreamers” who don’t get their way.
The Congressmen who thought that aligning themselves with the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy created by President Obama would make them heroes in the eyes of illegal aliens and open border advocates have found out that they have not earned any loyalty from the angry mobs.
After the Senate failed to enact a “Clean Dreamers” Act as part of the budget bill to fund the federal government, “United We Dream,” the group funded by liberal billionaire George Soros, let the full force of their fury loose as they marched on Sen. Tillis’s Capitol Hill office shouting profanities and demanding amnesty.
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Another group took up a position outside Sen. Schumer’s home chanting, “If he won’t let us dream, we won’t let him sleep,” in both Spanish and English.
These illegals thought they were pretty tough until a woman working in the office had heard enough. She warned the illegals one time to get out and they knew she wasn’t playing games. They quickly filed out of the office. All that screaming was silenced immediately.
Senate Democrats tried to force Republicans – and President Trump – to agree on a solution for the 800,000 so-called “Dreamers” who were brought to the United States as minors by their illegal alien parents, by allowing the federal government to shut down, but the ploy backfired as public sentiment did not rally behind the move and the president stood firm.
Both sides agreed to temporarily fund the government until February 8 in order to work out a deal, but now the “Dreamers” and activists have decided nothing short of total amnesty for 12 to 30 million illegals will do.
Tillis has advocated lenient immigration policies in the past, co-sponsoring legislation that would have given amnesty to 2.5 illegal aliens, but that meant nothing to the crowd that showed up at his Senate office chanting obscenities.
President Obama established the deferred deportation policy on a temporary basis, by creating the category of aliens and giving them the aspirational name of “Dreamers.”
He failed to use the Democrat majority in Congress during his first two years in office to enact a permanent immigration overhaul and left the problem for the next president to solve – believing that his successor would be Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The group is now suffering from disappointed expectations and is demanding Congressional action from a position that is without any legitimacy other than anger, loud voices, and dirty words.
Do you think illegal aliens should be allowed to shout obscenities in the offices of United States Senators as a form of protest?