Illegal Immigration

ICE Protesters Enraged After 70 Mexican Nationals Detained in Austin


ICE protesters were enraged after 70 Mexican Nationals were detained in Austin… which makes you wonder… do they take Xanax?

Our nation is being attacked by a silent invasion. Our Government has allowed it to happen. Our country is lost to illegals living everywhere, getting our jobs, leaving us citizens living as refugees in our own country. The Government has let Americans down and continues to do so.

Mexicans desperately flee their country to come to a better Country and start the same crap that goes on in their own country. Waving Mexican flags… If you’re so happy with Mexico and the Mexican flag, go back to Mexico.

From The Federalist Papers:

Video has surfaced documenting the violent protests in Austin, TX over the weekend. Protesters were enraged over the detention of at least 70 Mexican nationals in Austin. Two large groups of protesters descended on the city. According to police the first assault arrest was made around 6:00 p.m.

Video shows the large crowd of protesters surrounding the car of a Mexican national named Luis. Luis is in the United States on a work visa was originally a supporter of the protesters but says he can no longer support their cause after the violent attack telling FOX 7:

“I mean I got kicked in the face. I almost lost consciousness, had to get four stitches outside my cheek, one inside”

WARNING: This video is graphic

It’s atrocious that America let’s these violent protests continue. How about America do it’s job and stop violent protests. Peaceful protests are legal. Violent protests are not legal. Time American authorities do something about the problem. 

Law and order is making a comeback and you violent protesters are next!

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The Contrarian

Everything is not as it seems. Always be cautious and beware the wolf in sheep's clothing. The mainstream media has an agenda, and so do I. I am here to set the record straight.

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