Angel mom slams Biden immigration order as ‘spitting on the faces of every legal immigrant’

Angel mom slams Biden immigration order as ‘spitting on the faces of every legal immigrant’

Agnes
Gibboney,
whose
son
Ronald
da
Silva
was
shot
and
killed
by
an

illegal
immigrant
in
2002,
told
“The
Ingraham
Angle”
Thursday
that

President
Biden’s
order
halting
all
deportations
for
the
next
100
days
is
“spitting
on
the
faces
of
every
legal
immigrant
in
this
country.”

According
to
Gibboney,
herself
a
legal
immigrant
to
the
U.S.
from
Hungary,
the
practical
effect
of
the
order
is
that
“we
are
no
longer
citizens.
We
are
second-class
citizens,
and
it’s
a
disgrace.”


AGNES
GIBBONEY: I
feel
as
a
legal
immigrant
that
this
government
is
spitting
on
the
faces
of
every
legal
immigrant
in
this
country
that
contributed
to
this
nation.
As
of
January
20th,
[the]
United
States
officially
became
the socialist
United
States
of
America.
We
are
no
longer
citizens.
We
are
second-class
citizens,
and
it’s
a
disgrace.


We
have
a
COVID issue
in
this
country.
We
need
money
to
to
help
our
country.
But
no,
let’s
bring
thousands
more
into
our
country
who
are
not
going
to
be
able
to
contribute.
You
know,
in
1986,
President
Reagan
gave
an
amnesty.
Why
don’t
we
investigate
those
three
million
people
and see
how
much
they
contributed
to
the
economy
of
this
country,
see
how
many
are
in
prison,
see
how
many
returned
to
their
country
of
origin,
and
then
decide
if
we’re
going
to
open
the
gate
to
let
[in]
a
flood
of
millions
of
millions
of
people.
That’s
going
to
become
a
burden
on
taxpayers.
Our
taxes
are
going
to
go
up
to
maintain
them.
That’s
not
right. 



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I
think
about
him
[her
son] every
day.
Next
Thursday
will
be
his
49th birthday

I
celebrate
his
birthday
at
the
cemetery.
No
mother
or
father
should
go
to
celebrate
their
child’s
birthday caressing
a
cold
stone
on
the
ground.
He
should
be
here
so
I
could
hug
him,
so
he
could
hug
me
back,
so
he
can
tell
me
Happy
Mother’s
Day.
I
buried
my
son
a
week
before
Mother’s
Day.
Does
anybody
in
Congress,
does
anybody
ever
care
about
it?


We
went
to
Pelosi’s
office.
I
left
a
picture
of
my
son,
of
his
gravesite.
I
left
my
cell
phone,
my
email.
I
said,
‘Would
you
please
call
me?’
Do
you
think
she
called
me?
No,
I
don’t
have
representation
in
Congress
and
none
of
us
do.
This
is
the
true
fact.
It’s
a
sad
fact.

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