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Conservatives Rejoice! – “The Roach” Infestation of Washington DC To End In 2018 #Illinois #politics #immigration

Conservatives Rejoice! – “The Roach” Infestation of Washington DC To End In 2018

If you support open borders, and advocate the invasion of the United States by 3rd world vermin, this will be upsetting news.

On the other hand, if you have a functioning brain, love America and want to see a border wall go up, and immigration laws enforced, you’re going to LOVE this news!

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Luis “The Roach” Gutirrez is retiring from Congress.

Yes, you read that correctly. One of the most irritating, America-hating Democrats is leaving Congress.

Unfortunately for the citizens of Illinois, I can see him running for Mayor of Chicago or Governor of the state. What a horrible mess that would be!

The station reported Monday evening:

NBC 5 has learned congressman Luis Gutierrez will announce Tuesday he is not running for re-election after 24 years on Capitol Hill, sources say. Guitterez telephoned key democratic leaders late this afternoon to let them know of his plans. Calls to Guitterez tonight have not been returned.

Gutierrez’s retirement comes after decades of him failing to destroy America with unfettered illegal alien invaders.

With prospects extremely low that he will get a “clean DREAM Act” for millions of illegal aliens, he’s decided to throw in the towel and call in quits.

In 2013 and 2014, Gutierrez was the leading Democratic pushing for House approval of the unpopular “Gang of Eight” amnesty-and-cheap-labor act.

Gutierrez’s 2017 push for a December amnesty is being blocked by hostile polls, Donald Trump’s immigration principles, top-level GOP opposition and tepid backroom support from Democrats.

For example, an amnesty for young illegals is a “top priority” for only 23 percent of American voters who identify as Independents, says a November poll by Morning Consult and Politico. The no-strings amnesty was strongly opposed by 16 percent in the November survey, and likely by many of the 23 percent of people who say they have no comment or don’t know.

Also, a November 27 report by the McClatchy news service included an admission by an amnesty proponent that the push for a December amnesty is losing ground:

“Two months have now passed, and I’m sad to report that we’re arguably further away from a solution today than we were then,” said Neil Bradley, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s chief policy officer.

Bradley is a former top policy staffer who worked for GOP leaders, including Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Eric Cantor. Bradley lost power when the 2013 “Gang of Eight” push backfired and prompted Cantor’s shock primary defeat.

Amnesty advocates mourned Gutirrez’s departure.

His departure will have a big impact on Chicago politics, likely diverting a local Hispanic candidate for mayor into the House of Congress.

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
November 28th, 2017

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