Illegal Aliens Stage Nationwide Protests Demanding Access to Coronavirus Bailout Money

Illegal aliens are staging public protests across the country throughout the coronavirus pandemic demanding better working conditions and federal handouts.

They recently formed caravans throughout the country on Friday to demonstrate that desire for welfare, while millions of law-abiding Americans are forced out of work due to the worst economic conditions since the Great Depression.

The far-left liberals at NPR published a report highlighting the supposed plight of the “Latinx and Black immigrant workers” who they claim “are being forced to choose between a paycheck and their health.”

46-year-old illegal immigrant Norma Morales is begging for sympathy because she claims she contracted coronavirus which allegedly forced her to stay home from her New Jersey cleaning job.

“I started to feel symptoms four weeks ago,” Morales said. “I came down with a deep cough and lost my sense of taste and smell.”

“I was concerned about infecting my daughters and my community,” she added. “This is the first time that I’m not working. I want to work, but I still feel weak.”

Far-left activist Dana Marquez helped organize the protests on behalf of the special interest group Cosecha, which is funded by the Soros front according research compiled by Influence Watch. She and other activists are attempting to exploit the coronavirus pandemic to get even more freebies for illegal aliens.

“There is a lot of frustration in the immigrant community,” Marquez told NPR. “Whether it is meat packing or agricultural fields, undocumented immigrants have few protections. ”

“These workers are having to decide whether to earn a paycheck or be exposed to the coronavirus,” she added. “We are asking elected officials to create safe working environments for these essential workers.”

Edgar, a Worcester, Mass. building superintendent who participated in the protests, refused to give his full name to NPR because of fear of deportation.

“I feel very anxious,” he said, complaining that although he has face masks and gloves provided to him free of charge by his employer, “even with all the precautions, I’m running a risk of getting infected.”

Edgar is whining that he and his wife, who is also an illegal alien from Ecuador, are not eligible for federal handouts in the coronavirus bailout package because they are flagrantly violating the law. Because their daughters are anchor babies, they feel they should be entitled to the stimulus loot as well.

“That’s why I’m protesting in the caravan today,” Edgar said. “I contribute to this economy, but if I don’t work and risk my health, I don’t get a check. I’m asking [that] we immigrants are treated with dignity too.”

The far-left has seized upon the coronavirus pandemic in an attempt to enable criminal aliens as they break the law and sponge off the U.S. taxpayer:

The Cuyahoga County Court in Ohio is in the process of releasing hundreds of prisoners from incarceration amidst fears regarding the spread of coronavirus, WJW Cleveland has reported. This announcement has emboldened leftists to call for similar jailbreaks within jurisdictions across the country.

“You gotta remember, the goal of this is to protect the community and the safety of the inmates. If someone’s a serious violent person, well, we’re using our discretion to make sure the community’s safe also,” Administrative Judge Brendan Sheehan said last week, adding that “hundreds” of prisoners will be let loose.

The court made the decision official during a special session on Saturday. Some individuals were allowed to plead out for their crimes, others were released on house arrest, and some of the worst offenders were led off to prison.

The far-left American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is urging for similar policies to take room throughout the country, using coronavirus as an excuse to push for lax criminal justice policies…

The ACLU is even calling for ICE to empty their detention centers of illegal migrants, using the coronavirus as an excuse to implement leftist public policy.

“Immigrant detention centers are institutions that uniquely heighten the danger of disease transmission,” Eunice Cho, senior staff attorney at the ACLU’s National Prison Project, said in a statement.

“In normal circumstances, ICE has proven time and again that it is unable to protect the health and safety of detained people. These are not normal circumstances, and the heightened risk of serious harm to people in detention from COVID-19 is clear,” she added.

The far-left is not letting the coronavirus hysteria go to waste, as they advance ruthlessly toward their goal of replacing U.S. workers with the refuse of the third-world.

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