Cops Bust Up Meeting of Senior Citizen Lobbyists

A group of anti-illegal-immigration political activists were having a polite and peaceful scheduled meeting in Chino with the staff of California Senator, Norma Torres, an advocate of the state harboring, aiding and abetting illegal aliens to enter and reside illegally in California. Someone called the police to disrupt the meeting and intimidate the lobbyists, even though there was no threatening activity by this group, which can best be described as concerned senior citizens.

The group had had a small non-threatening, peaceful demonstration for one hour beforehand to advocate the rights of American workers and veterans. The Senator’s staff apparently just did not like the opinions that they were expressing and called the police on them.

For more information, go to this link.

Police Storm Citizen Lobby Meeting CA State Senator Norma Torres Office

Many if not all of these folks are Murrieta vets and for that reason may be considered by the authorities to be extremely dangerous persons. LoL. They want the law to be upheld and that is threatening to some.

There is a federal law against harboring, aiding and abetting illegal aliens to remain in this country and the police should have arrested the Senator’s staff and Senator Torres. They and the Senator with other politicians are engaged in a criminal conspiracy to bring illegal aliens into the US for resettlement for political purposes.

8 U.S. Code Β§ 1324 – Bringing in and harboring certain aliens

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