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Luis Gutiérrez
Luis Gutiérrez
Part of the corrupt Chicago political machine, Luis Gutierrez fights hard for the rights of non-Americans.
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Speaking in Spanish, Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed Republicans wanted to punish his community by not giving amnesty to illegal aliens.
“They know he’s going to act soon, they want to maintain this crisis to condemn our community, a community without rights for our kids at this moment, our DREAMers, and for millions of others that the president has said he wants to help. That’s what they want. They want to punish our community, and that punishment will be met with an electoral punishment. Be assured that we are not going to forget the mistreatment our community has received.”
Luis Gutiérrez, August 1, 2014

Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed Republicans hate children by not giving amnesty to illegal aliens.
“It is almost as though they despise and hate all of our children.”
Luis Gutiérrez, August 1, 2014

Appearing on MSNBC, Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed President Obama would act broadly and generously in granting millions of illegal immigrants amnesty without Congressional approval.
“I gotta tell you. I believe the President of the United States is going to act broadly and generously. That’s my belief. He didn’t say that to me but that’s what I believe he’s going to do.”
Luis Gutiérrez, July 29, 2014 Audio and/or video clip available

Appearing on MSNBC, Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed he was going to be mating with Jay Johnson, and that he thought he could get amnesty for 5 million illegal aliens.
“But let me just say in about an hour I'm going over to the White House, I'll be mating, meeting with Jay Johnson and the chief legal counsel to the President of the United States, we're gonna sit down and we're gonna negotiate additional terms and avenues the president can use, and prosecutorial discretion, and I think we can get 3 or 4, maybe even 5 million people.”
Luis Gutiérrez, July 25, 2014

Speaking at a National Council of La Raza conference, Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals was a down payment on amnesty for millions more illegal aliens.
“You gave us a down payment when you freed 600,000 DREAMers from deportation. Now it is time for the president in the United States... [to] free the Mom and Dads of the DREAMers. And to go further. Be broad and expansive and generous.”
Luis Gutiérrez, July 19, 2014

Speaking in Spanish at a National Council of La Raza conference, Congressman Luis Gutierrez declared he wanted to punish those who want to enforce existing immigration laws.
“We need to raise our voices, make ourselves citizens, sign up to vote and punish those who speak ill and criminalize children who come to our border.”
Luis Gutiérrez, July 19, 2014

Speaking on MSNBC, Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed President Obama could take action on immigration without Congress, and would be able to heal illegal aliens.
“If you want to come back and discuss this, fine. But in the interim period, I believe the president of the United States has already in statute, in the law, the ability to heal and put in a safe harbor millions of undocumented immigrants while the Congress of the United States finally decides it’s going to take action.”
Luis Gutiérrez, July 1, 2014 Audio and/or video clip available

Speaking in the House, Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed President Obama should be expanding his power and influence over reducing immigration law enforcement.
“Unfortunately, he should not be limiting his prosecutorial discretion. He should be expanding his prosecutorial discretion.”
Luis Gutiérrez, December 3, 2013

Speaking about amnesty, Congressman Luis Gutierrez claimed President Obama had a responsibility to stop deportations.
“There are devastating effects if the Congress of the United States cannot enact comprehensive immigration reform – then the president of the United States has the responsibility to act to defend those immigrants which he says he wants to provide safety and justice for.”
Luis Gutiérrez, October 25, 2013

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