Skip to comments.California: Mexican Wrestler Battles ‘Border Patrol’ Bad Guys for Illegal Alien Audience (Video)
Posted on 02/01/2014 6:47:39 PM PST by montag813
In a California lucha libre-style wrestling match, Blue Demon Jr., a self-proclaimed defender of Mexican illegal aliens, does battle against the bad guys -- wrestlers who portray United States border patrol agents.
by John Urban | Top Right News
This is California, the Sanctuary State, where illegal alien migrant workers are "entertained" by their hero, who declares "I dont believe in borders" beating the crap out of the hated "La Migra" -- American Border Patrol agents.
They start with the Mexican national anthem, and end chanting "Mexico, Mexico..."
This is what the Senate Gang of 8, Obama, La Raza -- and Johnny Boehner and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce -- want to bring to the rest of America. Corruption of our culture, erosion of patriotism -- American, at least -- just so crony capitalists can have their cheap labor flow, and Democrats can have millions of new voters who support their Big Government policies.
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I think the border patrol agents have a very thankless job. They don’t get the government support they deserve in the way of legislation and iron will determination to put an end to illegal immigration.
None the less they are tasked with doing the best they can. I think there are those who blame them for a significant contribution to the problem illegal immigration.
As with all groups everywhere, there are bad eggs. By and large, I think the border patrol does the best it can, and deserves our support.
I love your bold sense of humor. Too bad you could have had a friend film the facial expressions and the stares!
California has gone native for good.
“California has gone native for good.”
That it has. Cessation of that state to Mexico is only a matter of time, IMO.
Not necessarily. California is worth having a war over.
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