BREAKING: Illegal Alien Allowed on Board Jetliner to Ambush Sinema
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In recent days, illegal aliens have ambushed Senator Krysten Sinema in a bathroom, her classroom and now on board a jetliner.
Video posted to Twitter shows a gang of protesters surrounding Sinema at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C. On board the flight a passenger, who identified herself as an illegal, filmed herself giving the senator the what-for.
The flight attendant stood by and did absolutely nothing.
I reached out to the public affairs office at the TSA (Touching Sensitive Areas) for an explanation of how the illegal alien was allowed to board the jetliner in the first place.
The Arizona Democrat is Enemy Number One among her own party – refusing to support a pathway to citizenship for illegals. She also has refused to support President Biden’s Build Back Better plan.
It’s true the First Amendment gives us the right to protest – but filming a woman in the bathroom is harassment, not activism.
What’s even worse is the Mainstream Media’s lack of coverage. Had they been Republicans – the cable newsers would have called it an insurrection. They would have smeared Trump supporters as domestic terrorists.
Civility is not exactly a familiar word in American politics – never has been – but that’s no excuse for what’s happening these days.
So get it together, America – your mommas raised you better.
Message from Karina – I am a DACA recipient from Arizona who volunteered to help elect Sen. Sinema. I asked her to follow through on her promises to immigrants in Arizona and support citizenship through reconciliation. pic.twitter.com/iw4nsrI2v7— ADAC (@TheADAC) October 4, 2021