The Black Female Trump Supporter Who Goes Off On The Illegal Alien-Hiring City Council

You’ll find this worth watching, without question. It’s a response to the controversial actions of the city council in Huntington Park, California, which appointed a pair of acknowledged illegal aliens to city jobs, and one former resident was incensed…

Here’s a transcript, via Breitbart…

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…undocumented illegal immigrants who have been assigned to the position of commissioner.

The Huntington Park City Council is being paid with taxpayers’ money to do a job within rules and regulations. According to your board behind you, it says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” I want to paraphrase that and say: Where there is no law, the people perish.

In the U.S. we have one rule of law. I also want to talk about the Fourteenth Amendment, which was added to the Constitution in regards to blacks being given birthright citizenship because blacks helped build this country, including the White House—twice.

(Interjection: Right on!)

Please do not tarnish the name of black slaves by comparing them to your plight. There’s no comparison. None.

Black slaves did not break into this country, okay. They were brought here against their will. Also, black slaves are not immigrants. Immigrants are people with a choice, they come here by choice. Black slaves didn’t have choice.

That’s offensive to me because I’m a descendant of a black slave. And trust me, works and I can trace my people back from when they landed here on the boat. I know the village where my people came from in Africa, OK? So please, do not try to get away with using that. That’s very offensive.

This country has been good to illegal immigrants. You have been given jobs, houses, tax money, free tax money, welfare, Social Security, they open up business for you guys, et cetera.

None—I don’t know of any illegal aliens who have been hung from a tree. I don’t know of any of them illegal aliens who have dogs been sicced on. So that’s very offensive for you to sit up here and allow these people to say that and get away with it. Things that people are going to feel sorry for. That’s very offensive, OK? Do the right thing.

My people get three strikes. I have a nephew in jail now–22 years!–for something he didn’t do.

My people commit a crime, they go to jail. You people commit a crime, they get amnesty. It is wrong…

(Cheers, applause)

And we’re not going to have it. We’re not going to have a set of laws for you people and a set of laws for us.

And if you can’t follow the law, talking about “perish,” your job needs to perish.

You get paid with taxpayers’ money and you are misappropriating taxpayers’ money when you pick up your check.

(Cheers, applause)

The speaker’s name is Chanell Temple, and she grew up in Huntington Park though she now lives in nearby Hawthorne. She’s currently out of a job and says she has struggled to find one due to a perceived preference for illegal aliens in the Los Angeles job market. She said her outburst came from being “tired” of tough circumstances.

Wherever you might stand on illegal immigration, one thing becomes clear in watching the Huntington Park saga – namely, that tensions surrounding illegals and racial minorities, as well as other identity groups, become inflamed overwhelmingly due to economic adversity. A growing economy, the rising tide that lifts all boats, cools problems like these considerably.

We haven’t had a growing economy in nearly a decade, and Chanell Temple isn’t the only one who’s tired.

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