“No Tattoos, Go Home” Dreamer

Two illegal immigrants Erika Andiola and Cesar Vargas engage Republican Representative Steve King on staying in the US. Watch tough guy Rand Paul scamper away after Erika announces she is a “Dreamer.”

She appears to challenge Steve King to get rid of her and offers he business card. In answer to her challenge, Steve King announces this is not what he does. Of course he doesn’t, he leaves that up to others to get rid of people after he points the finger.

Back to the two Dreamers: Cesar volunteered to enlist and defend the US. Erika talks about earning her degree at ASU, about her mother being beaten by her father and coming to the US years ago to protect her. The only things Steve King can say is apply for asylum in Mexico, did you come from a lawless country, I am sorry you lived in a lawless country, and you are importing lawlessness to the US. what he doses

In the background all you can hear from the moronic supporters of Steve King is “Go Home.” At the very end, you hear “No Tatoos, Go Home.”

Looks like two good citizens to me and a great economic addition to the US. Of course by 2050 when Hispanics are ~50% of the population, there may not be room for the Kings and Rands of the world in the US anymore.

It appears Rand Paul had another interview. After one bite of his burger, he left to go to his interview leaving Steve King to hold the bag with the “Dreamer?”

“‘The Kentucky Republican (Rand Paul) on Tuesday evening said that just minutes before that video began, a reporter asked him for an interview while he was eating. ‘And I said, I need to take a couple more bites and we’ll do an interview,” Paul said on Fox News. ‘And then I was told we had to leave and I had to do the interview, so actually, I stood 10 feet from the people who were doing sort of a kamikaze interview, and I stood 10 feet from them and did another interview.’

‘I’ve always done an interview on immigration,” he added later. ‘I’m very open to discussing that I think there should be some kind of immigration reform,” he said, before pivoting to criticize President Barack Obama for taking executive action on immigration reform.'”

Yea right wuss!