Border Angels Founder Denies Being American – Enrique Morones

Enrique Morones is the Founder of the Border Angels, a group that promotes and aids illegal immigration and fraudulent refugees. He says in this video that he is not a hyphenated Mexican-American, but identifies proudly as 100% Mexican. Morones is obviously embarrassed by his American citizenship. Apologetically, he says his US citizenship is only by accident of his place of birth, that he had no choice in where he was born.

Morones is a subversive, anti-American propagandist, who has been promoting and aiding illegal border crossing and fraudulent refugees for over 30 years.

Mexico enacted a dual citizenship law to enhance Mexican influence in the United States. The United States does not actually recognize dual citizenship. The oath of nationalization still requires new citizens to renounce allegiance to any other country. The authorities just ignore dual citizenship and don’t enforce the law.

Many congressmen are believed to have dual citizenship. Certainly, no congressman should have an allegiance to another country. Maybe Trump could start enforcing the law, revoke their citizenship and have those like Enrique deported to their truly, beloved homeland. At the very least, there should be a law requiring congressmen to disclose their citizenship status and allegiance to any other countries.

The benefits we have as American citizens, should be reserved for American citizens only, who have a overriding interest in the welfare of our country, not for those who want to promote the interests of another country to the detriment of our own welfare.

This video was posted by the Mexican Consulate in San Diego, on the occasion of their giving Morones the Othli Award in 2009. The award is one of the highest honors given to Mexicans living abroad. The Ohtli Award recognizes Mexican expatriots who promote the interest of Mexicans and Mexican culture in the United States and other countries.

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