February 19, 2015
A Democrat Congressman just got caught on national television threatening America with ‘militancy’ from the illegal immigrants over a Federal Judge’s ruling, which stops executive amnesty.
Louis Gutierrez (D-Illinois) may have thought he was just protecting the President of the United States when he threatened U.S. citizens with terrorism. If the Department of Justice was inclined to enforce the law, he might have a hard time explaining a few definitions of the words he chose to use.
Militancy: noun 1. Hostile behavior: aggression, aggressiveness, belligerence, belligerency,combativeness, contentiousness, hostility, militance. 2. Warlike or hostile attitude or nature: bellicoseness, bellicosity, belligerence, belligerency, combativeness, contentiousness,hostility, militance, pugnaciousness, pugnacity, truculence, truculency. (Thesaurus.com)
Yet, that is exactly what he did.
Gutierrez loves to lie and say the ruling that upset him so badly came at one o’clock in the morning, when it was actually released at 9 p.m. on President’s Day. It will be hard for him to lie his way out of the act of threatening members of the Republican Party and U.S. citizens.
In an interview on MSNBC, Gutierrez began his interview accusing Texas Governor Greg Abbott of disrespecting the president twice, because he used the president’s first and last name — Barack Obama. That sent Gutierrez into lashing out in a series of veiled threats that could easily be interpreted as sedition and treason, threatening the very United States with unleashing terrorism. While he tried to frame it politically at the end as against Republicans, the threats are hard to ignore.
On the MSNBC segment of “What Happens Next,” the congressman openly threatens that the “militancy” will be “unprecedented.” Considering La Raza’s threats to “kill all the gringos” and Louis Gutierrez being given an award by the militant group, it certainly seems to indicate he is threatening the citizens with unleashing a violent militant group on the United States.
He almost catches what he says and tries to say it is in voter registration and participation, but there is a small problem with even that. Illegal immigrants and non-citizens can not vote legally anywhere in the United States, though there is a couple of states, like New York, attempting to make voting for illegals in limited local elections legal. In fact, threatening to have illegal immigrants vote to get your way is again unconstitutional and sedition. Therefore, even if he tries to play off these “militancy” attacks of “violence and rage” from the illegal immigrant community as only meaning through the voting process, it is still an act of sedition.
He may also contend he didn’t mean anything by it, but there is a small problem with that as well.
The Illinois Democrat must believe that words mean things … otherwise, why would he have been so incensed that the Texas governor used the words “Barack Obama”? (Western Journalism)
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