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Saturday, September 07, 2013

Illegal Alien Mob disrupts Townhall meeting demanding Amnesty, Citizenship & chant 'we'll be back'

ALIPAC: Illegal alien amnesty supporters pulled this video from YouTube and marked it 'private' after it went viral on the web and backfired on them.

The illegal alien supporters in this video thought their disruption of a town hall meeting with Congressman Pete Olson would serve as a warning to Congress to pass amnesty.

This incident and video has had the opposite effect with 99% of the comments beneath the video being negative against this rude and obnoxious behavior and against Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty!

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is releasing our copy of this event as our interpretation of events. The video is modified to be our free political speech and to let Americans see something that is very important to a national political debate.

Please watch this video, comment, then circulate it because illegal alien amnesty supporters no longer want you to see it.

You can also join the fight against amnesty and illegal immigration at... http://www.alipac.us

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Illegal still means illegal,, they have no rights in this country. If they want to become citizens, let them follow the LEGAL process.
In the meantime, kick them out !

9/8/13, 1:05 PM  
Anonymous Ron Smith said...

We can't find the illegals in this country? They mobbed a town hall meeting. The only easier way to arrest them is if they mobbed the jail.

9/8/13, 6:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought "illegal" meant you were a criminal. It means that a person has broken the law of the U.S.A. Am I wrong?

7/12/14, 12:02 PM  

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