Vice President Joe Biden was heckled Thursday by pro-amnesty supporters while speaking at Netroots Nation 2014.
With far left bloggers and political activists gathered in Detroit, Michigan for this year’s event, protesters began chanting “Stop deporting our families,” once the vice president took the stage.
“Let’s take these one issue at a time, OK,” Biden initially replied, before a long pause.
“I respect your view, and I share your view, but let me take these issues one…,” Biden said, before yielding again to the protesters, who continued chanting.
Despite the Obama administration’s favorable position toward those in the United States illegally, to include the accommodation of tens of thousands of unaccompanied children flooding the U.S. border with Mexico, the rapacious demands of the pro-amnesty crowd were on full display.
The chart below, provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, shows the impact this treatment is having on overall numbers:
“You should clap for those young people,” Biden said as he began applauding the protesters being removed. “Can you imagine the pain, the anxiety, of coming home every day and wondering whether or not you’re mother or father will still be there?”
Considering that the U.S. government does not enforce its immigration laws, the likelihood of that happening is almost nil.
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