Take the time to acquaint yourself with Arizona’s District 3 Congressman Raul Grijalva. He is the stellar liberal who exhibits greater allegiance to illegal aliens than his state’s own citizens, calling for a “boycott of Arizona goods, services and tourism,” as a response to the new law making it a state crime to be in the country illegally.
“I support some very targeted economic sanctions on the state of Arizona,” Grijalva recently told the radical left-wing Democracy Now! broadcast. “We will be asking national organizations — civil, religious, political — not to have conferences and conventions in the State of Arizona. There has to be an economic consequence to this action and to this legislation.”
Using the signature Alinskyite tactics of the community organizer he once was, the law had to be fought at “a political, legal and economic level,” he said. Aside from a boycott, he also wants the federal government to stop cooperating with Arizona, a move he says “would render much of this legislation moot and ineffective,” according to a blistering editorial in Investor’s Business Daily.
With Arizona’s unemployment rate currently at 9.4%, the citizens of his southwest Arizona district must be thrilled with the representation they are getting.
Watch as Congressman Grijalva, whose district includes 300 miles of the U.S. Mexico border, walks away from a CNS News reporter asking about his commitment to sealing the border and protecting American youth from the influx of illegal drugs.