You can file this under a conflict of interest. Or having your cake and eating it too. Or simply, raging hypocrisy.
But it also represents a very serious question that illegal immigrants who wave the Mexican flag, while simultaneously being triggered by the American flag or chants of ‘USA! USA!’ need to answer.
Where does your allegiance lie?
Illegals clamoring to get across the border, even at the cost of committing a federal crime to cross into this nation, should be anxious to express allegiance to the American flag. They are, after all, fleeing Mexico to pursue the American dream.
Yet, you see this quite often at rallies for illegal immigrants …
They don’t love this great country, they wave the mexican flag saying ‘not my president’ OF COURSE it’s not your pres, you are illegal! pic.twitter.com/65eJhZcxSz
— Super Monkey News (@SuperMonkeyNews) September 1, 2017
— InvestmentWatch (@InvestWatchBlog) June 9, 2017
— steveyuhas (@steveyuhas) June 5, 2016
Then there’s even this – an illegal immigrant marching across the stage at her graduation with a Mexican flag:
— ThroneScape.cf RSPS (@wiznsnoop) October 29, 2016
So here’s the question we’d like to pose to people who do this:
Seriously, if things are so bad in your country that you have to flee illegally to another one, then why are you still loyal to that original country?
California has been a cesspool of Mexican flag-waving illegal immigration rallies like the examples pictured above. Why? Because lawmakers cater to those who have no interest in accepting American laws and culture, instead emulating their lawbreaking ways.
“This bill here today helps some of us to believe that California is a safe place for immigrants, that we are a Golden State,” Democratic Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula said.
Arambula has a special place in his heart for illegals.
“My grandparents came here without papers,” he boasted. “My father was the first of our family to be born here.”
The ‘sanctuary state’ bill is courtesy of another Democrat who supports criminality, Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon.
De Leon is famous for admitting during a debate that half of his family are illegal immigrants who secured false identification papers to avoid deportation.
His words exactly:
“I can tell you half of my family would be eligible for deportation under the executive order, because if they got a false Social Security card, if they got a false identification, if they got a false driver’s license prior to us passing (the sanctuary state bill), if they got a false green card, and anyone who has family members, you know, who are undocumented knows that almost entirely everybody has secured some sort of false identification. That’s what you need to survive, to work. They are eligible for massive deportation.”
Identity theft and illegal immigration. Those aren’t American values, those are crimes.
No wonder they choose not to wave the stars and stripes.
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