Scuffle in the Texas State Capitol After Republican Calls ICE to Remove Hispanic Protesters

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Texas: Hundreds of protesters opposing the new anti-sanctuary-city law temporarily shut down the session in the House.  Matt Rinaldi, a Republican state representative, says that his Democratic colleagues threatened and assaulted him when he called ICE on the protesters, many of them boasting that they were in the country illegally.  Rinaldi says Democrat Representative Poncho Nevarez threatened to kill him.  Nevarez admitted pushing Rinaldi but denied that he assaulted him.  Renaldi says that Nevarex threatened to “get him” on the way to his car. Renaldi responded that he would use a gun in self-defense. Most of the protestors are wearing the same style tee-shirts and are carrying professionally-made signs. As usual, the media makes ignores the fact that these protestors typically are organized, directed, bussed, fed, and funded by unseen revolutionary forces, not the common people. These are not grass roots movements. –GEG

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jim bo
jim bo
4 years ago

I don’t understand the families being seperated thing. They can reunite in mexico.

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