‘La Raza’ President Calls Anti-Illegal Immigrant Protestors ‘Appalling’ and ‘Outrageous’

“La Raza” President and CEO Janet Murguia appeared on MSNBC’s Alex Wagner show to smear American citizens in Murrieta who forced buses full of illegal aliens to drive away when immigration officials tried to dump them in their community.

Wagner lead the outrage by asking, “when you see the footage of these furious crowds yelling go home, go home… I think it brings – I will say personally found it to be a shameful moment to be an American to see people treated like that… people seeking a new day in America. What is also confounding to me, these people apparently are able to dictate deportation policy insofar as 150 anti-immigrant protesters turned the buses around. What was your reaction?”

Murguia answered,  “I agree with you, it is appalling and outrageous to see that this group of extremists and really… um.. uh, really lending themselves a vigilantes were able to control an outcome, determine an outcome. We have to honor a process. These buses were filled with women and mostly children, children who are escaping violence and gangs in their countries.”

Interesting how Americans have to honor our laws, in order to protect those who don’t at all. I have no problem with America treating these poor people humanely – it would be against our American values if we treated them poorly. But, they have to be deported. If we allow them to stay, we just encourage more to come.

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