Skip to comments.Acting DHS secretary forced to leave event due to disruptions by protesters
Posted on 10/08/2019 10:06:55 AM PDT by antidemoncrat
Protesters forced acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan to end his speech at a recent event in Washington, D.C.
On Monday, McAleenan was invited to give remarks and then participate in a discussion session at an annual immigration policy meeting hosted by Georgetown Law. However, protesters kept standing up, holding banners and shouting to prevent the acting secretary from being heard by other attendees.
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We’re in the midst of a Revolution and the general public doesn’t know it
Useful idiots are only useful for a while................
More of a ‘cultural revolution’ led by ‘gut’sy women.
It never occurs to these people to ask why they do not want to live in their own countries, and how magically transporting their culture here will not morph our country into theirs
Nobody should EVER give-up and leave.
That just encourages them.
Georgetown forced him to leave...by refusing to involve security. Probably by design to embarrass him, since entire audience were immigration lawyers.
Georgetown domestic enemy.
These women are IDIOTS. Our Congress has done zip about Immigration. The flood of spics into the USA started in 92-93 with Bush SR’s NAFTA that Clinton signed. Then the damn floodgates opened when GW “punk’ Bush let 500 Mex trucing firms drive all over the USA.
This McAleenan doesn’t really believe in the mission, does he?
Are we sure it wasn’t our side? I’d like to see that guy gone myself.
Kinda what I was thinking happened.
And to think universities, of all places, would allow suppression of speech.
Let’s protest for invaders who want to take over our country and take jobs away from Americans. Bunch of losers.
One would think that Georgetown Law of all people would be taking names and filing Civil Suits against t6he protesters for ALL COSTA Associated with the event. BANKRUPT them before they graduate!!!
Please take this with a grain of salt; while they do not deserve fair treatment insomuch as they are in prison for criminal, sometimes truly evil behavior, to treat them like they have treated others makes us no better than them. Vengeance is Mine, sayeth the Lord.
I totally agree. He should have waited them out.
Yes. It was insanity to accept the invitation to speak considering the location and the sponsoring groups. If the DHS can’t even secure such a local so that it’s head can speak, it is about as useful as tits on a boar.
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