Dan Joseph of MRC TV visited Oldtown Alexandria, Virgina, whose demographics are largely liberal, and asked residents to sign a petition supporting bringing illegal immigrant children to their city.
The ones who agreed were also asked to sign another petition agreeing to house an illegal immigrant child in their own home or apartment.
As you can imagine, their ideology did not go over well with their practice.
There were several people that were not interested in the first petition, though there were several who were.
When it came to the second petition, there didn’t seem to be anyone that wanted to take in illegal aliens.
One of the funnier spots was around the 1:20 mark where Dan said that the illegals didn’t eat that much, but “were members of gangs.” That was not convincing enough to house any of them according to the young woman who signed the first petition.
One gentleman who signed the first petition was asked to house an illegal alien and he said, “No, no, I live at home with mom.”
One lady said that “in spirit” she agreed with the petition, but that it was “a little too vague.” You think? At least she was attempting to think, though I don’t know about that whole “spirit” thing.
Not one of the people that signed the petition, which would cost them an enormous amount in tax dollars, were willing to take care of one of the illegals coming across the border…. not one!
This is the bleeding hearts that we hear about. I’ll bet if you took those petitions to Congress or the White House for that matter, you would find liberals of all stripes willing to bring illegals into town at tax payer expense, but you wouldn’t find one socialist who would open up their home, not someone else’s, to care for those same illegals. This would demonstrate their utter hypocrisy in the matter.
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