Hillary Pads Campaign With Radical Illegal Immigration Advocates
Just weeks after naming the leader of an extremist Mexican group to co chair her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has added yet another controversial illegal immigration advocate to her team.
The Clinton camp announced with great fanfare this week that the Speaker of the California Assembly,Democrat Fabian Nunez , is the latest national co chair of her 2008 campaign.
A renowned advocate of illegal immigrants and organizer of huge marches, Nunez actually declared war on California’s governor a few years ago because the governor supports securing the southern border as well as legislative measures to help curb the state’s illegal immigration crisis.
Nunez has for years been a well-known figure in the La Raza movement, delivering fiery anti-American speeches and organizing street marches that have featured up to 100,000 rowdy, Mexican flag-waving protestors.
At one such rally in the mid 1990s, Nunez referred to U.S. lawmakers as rednecks and vowed to bring Washington to a standstill to protest what he considered to be anti-immigrant legislation in California.
Nunez was also an activist in a Los Angeles pro illegal alien group (One Stop Immigration and Education) that was federally investigated for misappropriation of federal and state grants. He will undoubtedly have a great relationship with Hillary’s other radical campaign co chair, Raul Yzaguirre, who for three decades headed the extremist group National Council of La Raza.