Eleven immigrants, ten of them illegal aliens and all of them members of the brutal El Salvadoran MS-13 street gang, have been charged in the deaths of two teenage boys whose bodies were dug up in Virginia park last year.
According to the same report, the ages of the gang members range from 20 to 27, and all have been charged with conspiracy to kidnap. One of the men is facing a charge of conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering.
President Donald J. Trump has made eradication of the gang a top priority, but has been ridiculed by the mainstream media and other Democrats for calling members of the gang “animals.”
“The Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) public goal is to fight hate and bigotry and to seek justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. But in reality, much of what they do has nothing to do with meeting that goal, and oftentimes does the opposite.
In a recent Facebook post, the SPLC targeted the White House’s statement which refers to members of the violent criminal gang MS-13 as ‘animals.’ The SPLC called that statement ‘racist’ and ‘dehumanizing.'”
BLP Passage Ends.
Earlier today, Big League Politics reported on a press conference in which he and Angel Families bashed the mainstream press for their lack of coverage of the destructive behavior of illegal immigrants, 63,000 of whom have killed an American citizen since 2001.
“No major cameras and networks to their homes, or displayed images of their incredible loved ones across the nightly news – [the media] don’t do that,” Trump said at the press conference. “They don’t talk about the death and destruction caused by people who shouldn’t be here, people who will continuously get into trouble and do bad things.”
It is likely that the press will once again ignore today’s report from Virginia, as it does not fit the political left’s open borders agenda.
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