Obama reportedly opens National Mall for amnesty rally Tuesday

That government "shutdown" which keeps Honor Flight veterans from entering their memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC is suddenly going into abeyance because immigration law amnesty advocates are planning a rally there Wednesday. Tony Lee of Breitbart reports:

The Obama administration will allow a massive rally for comprehensive immigration reform on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. on the National Mall, even though it is supposed to be closed due to the federal government shutdown.

If this report is true, this sort of outrage ought to be sparking revulsion across the political spectrum, and probably would if low information voters were not shielded from knowledge of it by the media weasels.

Lawmakers in Congress like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) and Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) are expected to be at the event. Members of the House are trying to pass immigration reform bills that will allow them to go to conference with the Senate, which passed its comprehensive immigration bill in June that provided a pathway to citizenship for all of the country's illegal immigrants.

Obviously, the Obama administration thinks it can get away with rank hypocrisy at no political cost. And they may be right.

That government "shutdown" which keeps Honor Flight veterans from entering their memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC is suddenly going into abeyance because immigration law amnesty advocates are planning a rally there Wednesday. Tony Lee of Breitbart reports:

The Obama administration will allow a massive rally for comprehensive immigration reform on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. on the National Mall, even though it is supposed to be closed due to the federal government shutdown.

If this report is true, this sort of outrage ought to be sparking revulsion across the political spectrum, and probably would if low information voters were not shielded from knowledge of it by the media weasels.

Lawmakers in Congress like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) and Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) are expected to be at the event. Members of the House are trying to pass immigration reform bills that will allow them to go to conference with the Senate, which passed its comprehensive immigration bill in June that provided a pathway to citizenship for all of the country's illegal immigrants.

Obviously, the Obama administration thinks it can get away with rank hypocrisy at no political cost. And they may be right.

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