Thousands of illegal immigrants are still living in hazardous conditions under the International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas, with reports stating that thousands more are heading this way.
Al Sharpton planned a photo-op at the Southern Border yesterday after the left took a picture of Border Patrol agents patrolling the border and keeping illegal Haitian immigrants from crossing the Rio Grande River. He said, “It compelled us to come and show our voices and our presence.”
In the photo, agents were seen using their horses to round up Haitians and force them back onto Mexico’s shores. The left claimed the agents used their reins as whips and likened the act to slavery when in reality, the agents merely grabbed the illegal immigrant’s shirt, ensuring the man left the country.
Al Sharpton attempted to give a speech slamming the US Customs and Border Patrol for using “slave-like” practices on the illegal Haitian migrants, but Texans opposed the social justice rhetoric.
Sharpton told the press, “We went for an hour and toured the place that we feel is a real catastrophic and human disgrace as people around this world watch the Border Patrol use slave-like techniques — mounted on horses.”
As Sharpton was speaking to the press, two hecklers from the gathering crowd yelled, “How much money are you making out of this? Why are you stoking racism where it doesn’t exist?”
Sharpton tried to continue speaking, but the hecklers continued. “Why are you here advocating for violence? Del Rio is not a racist city. Del Rio is a loving and caring community. We don’t want your racism in Texas get out of here.”
The hecklers called Sharpton a racist and expressed support for the Border Patrol’s work to keep Americans safe from the crisis at the Southern Border.
Sharpton, determined to push through the comments, continued to call for the Border Patrol to be “fully investigated” and said, “those that were fully involved [need] to face justice.” He also called for “full asylum rights” for all illegal immigrants under the bridge who “deserve it.”
“Nobody wants you in Texas,” the protesters continued. “Why are you not a voice for the children who have gone missing at the border? Where was your voice then? Get out with your racism. Get out with your reverse racism.”
Eventually, Sharpton got the message that spreading his social justice warrior narrative at the Southern Border, where the residents are tired of fighting against illegal immigration, wasn’t going to work, and he gave up.
But not before telling all the “right-wingers” that his group is “going [to] continue to come back.”
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