I ran across this sign while canvassing in my precinct this weekend. I’m used to seeing various yard signs, but evidence of Mexicanos Sin Fronteras (Mexicans Without Borders) organizing in my neighborhood came as quite a shock.
We’ve seen Mexicanos Sin Fronteras demand amnesty for illegal aliens, coordinate with the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), and threaten the Manassas City Council. If there’s any doubt that the issue of illegal immigration isn’t critical in Manassas and Prince William County, the prospect of Reconquista activists organizing in our communities with a goal of subverting the law should leave no doubt about how critical this fight is.
When Mexicanos Sin Fronteras feels like they’re on their own turf, this is what it looks like. Are you ready for this, Virginia?
Don’t forget who has supported these folks in the past. Jeanette Rishell, who is seeking election to the Virginia House of Delegates has organized fundraising for Mexicanos Sin Fronteras and spoken before the Manassas City Council in support of their agenda. If she is elected, we might discover a whole new meaning to the concept of multiculturalism.
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