Friday, March 22, 2024

Biden’s Respect for the Replacement Killers: He Won’t Treat Any ILLEGAL with Disrespect - Even the Murderers; Biden Says He Regrets Using Term "ILLEGAL" to Describe Suspected Killer of Laken Riley

Biden’s Respect for the Replacement Killers
He won’t treat any illegal with disrespect - even the murderers.
“I’m not going to treat any, any, any of these people with disrespect. Look, they built the country. The reason our economy is growing.”
That was Joe Biden in a recent interview with MSNBC. One of the people he wasn’t going to disrespect was Antonio Ibarra, the Venezuelan national charged with murdering University of Georgia student Laken Riley, misnamed as “Lincoln Riley.” Biden failed to name or condemn Ibarra, and apologized for calling him an illegal, contending that “undocumented” was the proper term. None of this should come as a surprise.
“You know, 11 million people live in the shadows. I believe they’re already American citizens,” said vice president Biden in 2014. According to Delaware Democrat, all the 11 million wanted was a chance to contribute, so “let people vote.” Biden is not going to disrespect “any any any” of those he has brought in, even the criminals, because they add to his imported electorate. The illegals are replacements for the legitimate citizens Biden hates, as he confirmed in his September 1, 2022 speech. So when criminal illegals murder Americans, the Delaware Democrat looks the other way.
In 2014, false-documented Mexican national Luis Bracamontes murdered Sacramento deputies officers Danny Oliver and Michael Davis. During his trial, Bracamontes said he wished he killed more cops, and yelled “black lives don’t matter,” at Danny Oliver’s wife, at Anthony Holmes, whom he shot five times, and at members of the jury. Vice president Biden never mentioned the case, not even to denounce “gun violence.”
In late 2018, a criminal illegal calling himself Paulo Virgen Mendoza shot dead Newman, California, police officer Ronil “Ron” Singh, a legal immigrant who came to the United States to work in law enforcement. Seven other illegals aided the killer’s flight before the fugitive murderer was apprehended. Joe Biden ignored the case. He is not going to disrespect “any any any” member of his imported electorate, even the criminals who murder innocent Americans.
The MS-13 gang has inflicted a “reign of terror” on Mendota, a small city near Fresno, California. The gang started infiltrating the area ten years ago and from 2015-2017 committed at least 14 murders. Victims included potential witnesses, hacked to death with machetes, with mangled corpses left in the open. MS-13 is also active in Los Angeles but California attorney general Xavier Becerra, now Biden’s HHS boss, was concerned about their “status.”
Federal busts of MS-13 prompted no statement from former vice president Joe Biden. For the Delaware Democrat, those who enter the country illegally are “already Americans,” so “let people vote.” --->READ MORE HERE
Biden says he regrets using term "illegal" to describe suspected killer of Laken Riley
President Biden said Saturday that he regrets using the term "illegal" during his State of the Union address to describe the suspected killer of Georgia nursing student Laken Riley.
Facing frustration from some in his party for the use of the term to describe people who arrived or are living in the U.S. illegally, Biden expressed remorse, saying he didn't want to demean any group, and sought to differentiate himself from former President Donald Trump.
In an interview with MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart on Saturday, Biden said, "I shouldn't have used illegal, it's undocumented." The term was once common but is far less so today, particularly among Democrats who more fully embraced immigrant rights' issues during Trump's presidency.
The moment occurred Thursday night during an exchange in which Biden pressed Republicans in his address to pass a bipartisan border security deal that fell apart after Trump opposed it. U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a stalwart Trump ally, then shouted at the president to say the name of Laken Riley, the Georgia woman killed last month, adding she was killed "by an illegal."
"By an illegal, that's right," Biden responded immediately, before appearing to ask how many people are being killed by "legals." --->READ MORE HERE
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