The headquarters of the Michigan Republican Party was vandalized over the weekend with the obscene message “F— Ice” written in capitalized letters across the side of the building.
The Michigan GOP is headed by Laura Cox, a former ICE agent. Cox shared the disturbing photo on Twitter, and vowed that leftist bullies will not intimidate her or her staff.
Michigan GOP head: Leftist bullies won’t intimidate me
Cox tweeted: “Over the weekend, the Michigan GOP was vandalized, attacking my previous role as an ICE agent. This criminal act by the radical left will not intimidate me or my staff. Donald Trump is working to fix the crisis at our border and this deserves serious discussion, not graffiti.”
The Michigan police have not yet identified the vandals, but these threatening, bullying tactics are nothing new for today’s radical left.
This criminal act by the radical left will not intimidate me or my staff. @realDonaldTrump is working to fix the crisis at our border and this deserves serious discussion, not graffiti. pic.twitter.com/wgRT8av5IW
— Laura Cox (@MIGOPChair) June 23, 2019
Minn Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, a Somali refugee, hates ICE
Congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, and other far-left freshman have repeatedly called to abolish ICE.
— Trump Derangement Syndrome Therapy Inc. (@SlickZillaZilla) May 17, 2019
Nancy Pelosi proposes $4.5 billion bill to care for illegal aliens
The vandalism of the Michigan GOP headquarters occurred around the same time that President Donald Trump canceled a mass deportation raid that was scheduled for June 23 in 10 cities.
Trump postponed the raids in response to groveling requests by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, the leader of the Democratic Party.
Unfortunately for President Trump, Pelosi used the delay tactic to introduce a $4.5 billion border supplemental bill that provides NO funding for the wall, but uses taxpayer money to house, feed, educate, and provide legal services to illegal aliens who sneak across the U.S. border.
While Pelosi is busy championing the rights of illegal aliens, she blithely ignores her own constituents in California, which is being roiled by rampant homelessness and poverty (see video).
(Source: Fox News)
Dems ignore homeless Americans while championing illegals
Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who was born and raised in California, expressed profound sadness and anger at how Democrats have allowed the once-beautiful state to devolve into a dumping ground for illegal aliens and homeless drug addicts.
“For generations, California symbolized everything that was fantastic and was great about America,” Carlson said. “It was the most beautiful place in the world — snowcapped mountains, pristine beaches, lush inland valleys.”
Carlson added: “California supported the biggest middle class in the country. It had an education system that was the envy of the world. It had gleaming infrastructure. California was the state that made the American dream a reality.”
“Now the State of California is known for a very different set of images: Needles and feces in the street, a dying middle class, the country’s highest poverty rate, policies that prioritize illegal aliens over ailing American citizens.
“California is still a symbol. But today it’s a symbol of everything that’s going wrong with this country.”
Tucker says thanks to open-borders Democrats, the California Dream is dying.
“While California wages war on its own middle class and tries to build men’s room that cost as much as houses, the governor doesn’t see a problem with the state,” Carlson said. “Tens of thousands of middle class families have fled and are continuing to flee every year.”
Editor’s Note: Ilhan Omar was mislabeled as a Congresswoman from Michigan in an earlier version of the post. This was in error and it has been corrected.
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