Proud Illegal Has SICK Message About What She “Deserves.” What is YOUR Response?

Illegals in the US are getting more and more emboldened, cheered on by the ever optimistic limousine liberals that think there is always enough money for everyone. Unfortunately, while they live behind gates and hire bodyguards, everyday citizens are being stabbed and stuffed into closets by Mexican cartel members who entered this country illegally.

Their entry and settlement in this country started out quietly enough. Pretty much just a few downtrodden who took cash paying jobs and kept their head down. But in recent years the sheer number of Mexican nationals, as well as other races, entering the country through our southern border has not only become a security threat, it’s given them enough of a stronghold to start feeling like they can demand things.

Such is the case with Leslie Arreaza, a Mexican illegal who contributes to The Huffington PostShe actually believes she has the same rights as actual citizens of our country, and she says that being called an illegal offends her. 

Liberals claim that by calling people “illegals,” we are dehumanizing them and hurting their feelings.

“TO SAY I AM ILLEGAL IS TO DENY MY HUMANITY AND REDUCE ME TO A CRIMINAL. TO SAY WE ARE ILLEGAL IS TO SAY OUR ENTIRE EXISTENCE IS DEFINED BY THE LAWS OF A COUNTRY WHICH THINKS OF US AS NUMBERS, NOT PEOPLE. I AM NOT A CRIMINAL ― WE ARE NOT CRIMINALS ― BECAUSE WE ARE NOT ILLEGAL. IT HAS TAKEN US YEARS TO BE ABLE TO COME OUT OF THE SHADOWS, BUT TODAY WE ARE UNAFRAID. WE ARE UNAPOLOGETIC. WE ARE UNDOCUMENTED.”

As I recall it, nobody is saying that you’re not human, just that you’re a human who is breaking our nation’s laws by being here. You’re a human alright, a human that is about to be put on a bus back to your country so that you can go on getting in touch with your complex humanity there.

You may have come out of the shadows, but you should be afraid, and you should apologize because you’re about to get documented by ICE.

(Source: Angry Patriot Movement)

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