Brassy illegals and their cohorts wage war on Republicans
Reporter Dan Nowicki’s Page One article in the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) carries a headline with the fierce warning, “Migrant activists threaten political payback.”
The “migrants” are actually illegals aliens, led by their radical activist promoters, who make a living in their quest to undermine our country. But Nowicki adheres to the new AP Stylebook standards, which no longer sanction the term ‘illegal immigrant’ or the use of ‘illegal’ to describe a person.”
The two-page report, based on this provocative press release, forewarns of retaliatory actions aimed at unseating Congressional Republicans who have failed to give the gift of amnesty to our nation’s estimated 30 million invaders.
Kudos to Nowicki for his honesty in describing the Campaign for Community Change as “left-leaning,” though “extremist” would have been more accurate. The following is a quote from Kica Matos, the group’s director of the antagonistically titled “immigrant rights and racial justice” division.
“Persuasion only goes so far, and now, with Speaker Boehner casting doubt that he can actually deliver immigration reform, FIRM (Fair Immigration Reform Movement) is switching tactics from persuasion to punishment,” said Kica Matos, director for immigrant rights and racial justice at the left-leaning Campaign for Community Change.
“So, let me just be clear about one thing: From now on, any lawmaker who does not support comprehensive immigration reform should expect relentless and constant confrontations that will escalate until they agree to support immigration reform.”
Matos said the group will target Republicans in their home districts and in the halls of Congress. And the political retribution will even extend to potentially vulnerable House Republicans in swing districts with significant Hispanic populations who already are on the record as backing immigration reform.
“No Republican is safe,” Matos threatened.
This boot-quaker of a warning led to a Google search which turned up a New York Times wedding announcement, revealing that the issuer of intimidation and her husband, both lawyers, met at a Washington D.C. conference of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. And wouldn’t you know — both claim to “share a passion for, and are driven by, a sense of justice.”
That “passion” just doesn’t extend to American citizens, who have every right to expect adherence to the constitutionally enshrined laws of the land and respect for our sovereign nation’s border.