By Rick Oltman, June 26, 2019
The current “debate” about immigration law enforcement and “the children” is not new. It began 10 years ago, the first year of the Obama Administration. Many of us knew it would be the main focus on border security, a strategy to create sympathy for illegal aliens that would also encourage the use of children to facilitate illegal entry into our country.
Both predictions were true.
The invasion of illegal aliens crossing the southern border has been referred to as a “humanitarian crisis.” Perfect. First you manufacture a situation by encouraging illegal aliens to sneak into our country using children, and then when it begins to happen, you call it a crisis.
In 2009 in a San Francisco church full of illegal aliens, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) derided U.S. immigration law enforcement. Nancy Pelosi and her accomplice, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Chicago), were calling for exactly the immigration anarchy that we have right now. Watch it here on YouTube.
Pelosi declared that it was “un-American” to enforce our employment and immigration laws. And for good measure, Pelosi told the illegal aliens that their illegal entry into our country has, “… made America more American.”
In an unscripted revelation, we heard what Madam Speaker actually thinks and how she thinks, “There are ways (the raids) can stop, by just changing policy by the administration, which I think will happen.”
Here is a partial transcript:
Gutierrez, “The Speaker of the House, the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi.”
She kept repeating, “Si, Se Puede, Si Se Puede, Si, Se Puede … .”
Pelosi: “Isn’t it appropriate that Barack Obama adopted that slogan, ‘Yes we can’? Yes, we can. Si Se Puede … . It’s so wonderful to be with all of you here this evening in church, in church. A place that values the dignity and the work of every person. A place that sees the spark of divinity in every person and knows that every person is worthy of respect … .”
At 1:20 in, Pelosi begs forgiveness, “Forgive me for not being able to speak to you in Spanish.” I want to join all of you in welcoming my colleague Congressman Gutierrez to San Francisco. As he … (applause) as he said, he’s on a nationwide tour that goes on and on across the country, lobbying for and advocating for comprehensive immigration policy. “And yes, a fair policy for everyone to stop the raids. To stop the raids.”
At 2:14 in, And this is very special, Pelosi said, “You are a special people. You’re here on a Saturday night to take responsibility for our country’s future. That makes you very, very patriotic, because our future is about our children.”
And towards the end, “May I say how proud I am to represent you? Again, to exercise your patriotic duty. And I thank each and every one of you with what you do with your commitment to family and community and faith, for what you do to strengthen America. And to make, as I said before, to make America more American. Thank you for this opportunity.”
“That makes you very, very patriotic … .“
Maybe this was the beginning of Pelosi’s dementia.
Some of us, quite a few of us actually, would call attempting to protect our country, our culture and our borders, “patriotic.”
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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