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January 7, 2011

Rude Amnesty Activists Interrupt Birthright Event ... Shove Elderly Man (Updated)

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues, Political News and commentaries

Via StandWithAZ ... at the launch of the multi-state effort by legislators to ban "birthright citizenship," activists from LULAC, National Immigration Forum, La Raza, and the ACLU showed the childish tantrums and penchant for stifling dissent that have helped make them so unpopular with Americans. And one even tackled an senior citizen who calmly asked one of them to leave. As usual the media had nothing to say about their behavior.

Like clockwork, leftists can always be counted on to be rude, disrespectful of others, and not give a crap about the Constitution, except of course when they are trying to pervert it in order to suit their own agenda.

FAIR has more on the "birthright citizenship" issue ... here.

Update/(Correction?): Commenter Brent Wilkes (below - likely this Brent Wilkes of LULAC) writes that none of the individuals that disrupted the event were in any way associated with LULAC, National Immigration Forum, La Raza, or the ACLU. And says that In fact, he did not see anyone from the latter three groups there and the two LULAC representatives at the event could not even get into the room. In other words, we are to assume that the rude activists were somehow "unaffiliated" but acting with an obvious agenda (reading from a prepared statement). Brent was there, we weren't ... but one has to admit that it seems a bit of a stretch.

Posted by Richard at January 7, 2011 11:58 AM

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