Illegal Alien Admits Families Voluntarily Separate From Their Children to Come to America

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There were over 700 protests held across the US to oppose Trump’s immigration policy. In Los Angeles, Melody Klingenfuss gave a speech about being left behind as a baby in Guatemala, as her then-teenage mother illegally immigrated to California for economic advantage, and she waited until she was 9 years old to be reunited with her mother.  She admitted that “sometimes family separation begins in the country of origin.”

Protesters in favor of mass immigration and open borders turned out in huge numbers across the country: Chicago had an estimated 60,000 attendees, 55,000 in Los Angeles, 35,000 in Washington, DC, 30,000 in New York and 30,000 in San Francisco.

Demonstrators flooded downtown Los Angeles on Saturday to protest against the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

Thousands of demonstrators, along with a handful of high-profile celebrities, lawmakers, and activists, participated in the Families Belong Together-Freedom for Immigrants March, demanding border agents reunite separated immigrant children from their parents who illegally crossed the Southern border.

Armed with signs that read, “Children are not criminals,” and “compassion has no border,” demonstrators began protesting outside Los Angeles city hall at 11:00 a.m.

Grammy award-winning singer John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen participated at the event and urged demonstrators to do more than protest the Trump administration’s immigration policies on social media.

“You can’t just talk about it or tweet about it. You’ve got to do something,” said Legend.

“I know that opening up Twitter right now feels like it can be a horror show, so much of the news is shocking and maddening and depressing,” the singer added. “I think some of us have a strong temptation to just disengage, but we can’t. We can’t do that. I can’t do that. I have to do something.”

The rally featured multiple speeches from activists from open-borders groups, including Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA).

In her address to rally attendees, CHIRLA’s Melody Klingenfuss introduced herself as “undocumented, unapologetic and unafraid.”

“We will not stop until all the families are judged by the content of their character and not the possession of a legal piece of paper,” Klingenfuss said.

The open-borders activist then led the crowd in a chant against the President —”Trump, where’s your heart!?” they shouted.

Leading California lawmakers, including Sen. Kamala Harris, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti and Rep. Maxine Waters fired up the crowd with pro-immigration speeches.

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Maybe John Legend and the rest of the celebrities calling for open borders and unchecked immigration should come out from their fenced, gated communities and let the illegal aliens stay with them. Pay for their housing, medical and food with money from their coffers instead of American taxpayers foot the bill. There is a process to come here legally and that’s all most Americans want. Secure the borders, deport people who sneaked in and enforce the current laws on the books. Or, congress can do their jobs and pass immigration reform.

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Every protester should pay an extra tax to realize their demand.