Massachusetts mayor bullied by emboldened illegals in heated battle

Summer temperatures reached the boiling point in a hallway in Lynn, Massachusetts Friday, when a group of enraged pro-illegal aliens activists accosted the mayor as she emerged from a fact-finding meeting called by state House Minority Leader Brad Jones.

An obnoxious Patricia Monte confronted Mayor Judith Kennedy as soon as she emerged from the doorway, accusing her of describing the sudden wave of increased immigrants in Lynn as “criminals,” the video showed.

“You see that family here,” ranted Montes. “They are not criminals. You are talking about them.” Then, she demanded to know what the Mayor has done for them.

Kennedy dared Montes to ever name one instant when she had described the immigrants as “criminals” and tried to explain to her that the meeting with elected and local officials had been organized by the Speaker, and not by her. More rational demonstrators were upset that they had not been invited, but an irate Montes never stopped trying to bully the mayor.

The hallway ambush came just days after pro-illegals had protested opposite City Hall, incensed by Kennedy’s quote that had gone national.

The mayor told the local Fox affiliate last Monday that because of the surge of immigrants, “it’s gotten to the point where the school system is overwhelmed, our Health Department is overwhelmed, the city’s budget is being sustainably altered in order to accommodate all of these admissions in the School Department,” a problem that echoes throughout the United States.

As Kennedy scrambles to find economic assistance, the president’s federal assistance request remains stalled in Congress, and pro-illegal aliens supporters in Lynn will likely continue to let no good deed go unpunished.

Watch the confrontation here via YouTube.

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