Veteran Democratic Socialists of America member, communist front activist and United Farmworkers leader Dolores Huerta joined protestors at the San Antonio offices of Texas Republican Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, December 6.
At least 16 activists were on the 27th day of an hunger strike in support of passage of the so-called DREAM Act.
Seen by many as a back door method of achieving amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, the DREAM Act, would offer young people brought illegally to the U.S. by undocumented parents, a path to citizenship if they go to college or enlist in the military for two years.
Huerta’s support is not surprising as America’s largest Marxist organization the D.S.A. has long been campaigning for amnesty in various guises.
Huerta’s fellow D.S.A. honorary chair and SEIU vice president Eliseo Medina is the most influential pro-amnesty activist in the country.
Medina let the cat out of the bag on the real reason for D.S.A.’s push for illegal alien amnesty during a speech At the America’s Future Now! conference in Washington, DC on June 2, 2009.
Medina revealed that legalizing 12 million illegal aliens would create at at least 8 million new Democratic voters to create “a governing coalition for the long term, not just for an election cycle…”
That’s what this is about. Huerta, Medina and their D.S.A. comrades are using Latinos to give their Democrat allies almost permanent power.
How cynical is that?
2 thoughts on “Socialists Manipulate Illegals for Political Gain”
Nice thought but they have allready thought about your idea and so to get all the votes they are paying for included a clause to legitimize the parents after the anchor baby meets their requirements.
Dream Act – Instead of a path to citizenship for all – Make it work like this…
Your mom and dad brought you here illegally. You come narc to the government when your 18 and they will deport your parents and grant you amnesty. Sounds like a good deal, then they could be reporting their own like when the truth squad wanted American citizens to turn in American citizens that were transferring "misinformation"