Even though I imagine that no one reading this has forgotten, there are currently 800,000 of our fellow Americans being asked to work without pay because the ruling class cretins in the DC Swamp can’t get along. That’s nearly a million Americans on the rice and beans diet, or worse, going hungry. All because the democrats decided that they couldn’t support anything that Donald Trump wants to do because they signed up for some phony “resistance” thing the millennials were putting together.
Before it was “cool” to hate Donald Trump, the democrats were pretty gung-ho about the whole “border wall” thing.
Now, as the voice of the people has been focused on the single, solitary subject of the border wall, there is no time like the present for those of us with vested interest in immigration policy to do our damnedest. This is precisely the attitude of a group of “Angel Moms” who stormed into Nancy Pelosi’s office today to demand the democrats negotiate an end to the shutdown by providing the funding necessary for a physical barrier at the border.
The “Angel Moms” had a clear message for the press after being denied the ability to speak with their elected officials.
“It’s a slap, it’s a stab, it’s a kick in the gut, in the groin,” Sabine Durden, whose son Dominic was struck dead in 2012 by an illegal alien, said of Pelosi’s and other Democrats’ decision not to meet with Angel Mothers.
“It’s not a matter of if you’re going to be affected by illegal alien crime, it’s when you are going to be affected,” replied Mary Ann Mendoza, whose 32-year-old police officer Brandon Mendoza was killed by a drunk illegal alien driving on the wrong way down a Mesa, Arizona highway.
Radio host Rose Tennent, who appeared to be filming the protest, asked the women how it feels to tell their story, only to be refused a meeting with Pelosi. Several Angel Moms said they felt “angry” and “insulted.”
“If you can talk all that talk, why can you walk all that walk,” Durden said of Democrats with harsh words for President Trump’s border security proposals. “If you’re that tough, come see me. Come see all of us in one room. No press, just us, just for two minutes.”
Then, for the kicker…