“I have only one loyalty and that’s to the immigrant community.” — Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D)
“We want to have an immigration system that has gates open to the people who are coming in pursuit of their version of the American dream” — Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan (R)
Here we see two quotes from politicians based in both parties. Both politicians have this notion involving heavy focus on immigrants. Whether those immigrants are here legally or not is not the point, what’s important is that these two politicians view the support of immigrants as a top-of-the-agenda items in their day-to-day jobs.
If you’re an American citizen, how does that make you feel?
What’s it like to be tossed into the backseat by your elected officials?
The United States currently serves as home to 330 million people. Of those millions — nearly 33 PERCENT — are unemployed.
And we have two members of Congress — one of whom is now running for Speaker of the House while demanding he’ll only take the job if he can’t be unseated or unquestioned — who are openly plotting to harm their fellow Americans and their chances of finding meaningful employment.
Gutierrez’s statement puts him in direct violation of the oath he swore to defend the Constitution. His number one priority is to defend the Constitution and represent his citizens within the guidelines of that founding document, not to support a group of people who have no voting rights.
But when you look at Gutierrez’s history, nothing he says should come as a surprise.
From 1984-86 Gutierrez, a Democrat, served as an advisor to Mayor Harold Washington of Chicago. In 1986 Gutierrez was elected alderman of that city’s mostly-Hispanic 26th Ward. At the time, he was a member of the Puerto Rican Socialist Party, a Marxist-Leninist entity.
In 1992 Gutierrez won a seat in the U.S. Congress, representing the newly formed Fourth District of Illinois. Gerrymandered from neighborhoods and suburbs west of downtown Chicago, this bizarrely shaped, 75-percent Latino district was designed by Democrats not only to guarantee that the area would have a Latino Representative in Congress, but also to concentrate so many Latinos into a single district that they would pose little threat of unseating any black Democrat in the vicinity. Since then, Gutierrez has been re-elected every two years to the House of Representatives, where he is a member of both the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the Congressional Progressive Caucus. His political campaigns have drawn significant support from the Democratic Socialists of America.
You can see, in the Tweet below, how Gutierrez deploys Marxist tactics in speaking about “an underclass” and “exploitation”.
— FRONTLINE (@frontlinepbs) October 21, 2015
Gutierrez works as the vanguard of the Democrat plan to make every state and district in country work like his tiny little corner of Chicago where elections are nothing more than automatic rubber stamp for the Democrat Party.
Ryan, on the other hand, is driven not so much by retention of power as serving his political donors. It’s no secret Silicon Valley wants an easier path to guest workers — particularly those who can program and perform high-level tech tasks.
Paul Ryan says there won’t be immigration reform if he’s speaker https://t.co/FuGjsoJpVY
— Hussein Obama Taqiya (@notalemming) October 21, 2015
This notion that immigrants will do the jobs most Americans won’t do is complete and utter hogwash. Once signed up for welfare benefits and citizenship, the immigrants will refuse those same jobs. Incidentally, as radio host Mark Levin determined thanks to his homework on Census data, Americans ARE doing the jobs politicians claim they won’t do.
Ryan’s alliance with Gutierrez on this issue proves one thing: In the underworld of the donor class, the GOP doesn’t care if the Dems win just about every election. They realize they’ll get to serve as the minority party. A handful of their politicians will still go to Washington, still get to live the life of an autocrat with all its perks and inside wealth.
Here’s Paul Ryan ‘hinting strongly’ that there was no immigration legislation in the trade bill. Yet there was https://t.co/zw02toMdfy
— Mickey Kaus (@kausmickey) October 21, 2015
We’ve reached a completely and utterly disgusting stage of American politics where American citizens are nothing but demanding, hassling objects that simply get in the way of permanent power.
How does that make you feel?
PAUL Ryan Put Unrestricted Immigration in TPA, & Now Wants a Blank-Check to Be SPEAKER? — GO TO HELL!!! https://t.co/0sbvQowM8I
— American Work Ethic (@PJKirk7) October 21, 2015