Angel Families Storm Pelosi’s Office… Demand She “Build The Wall”

Angel families, American victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens, marched on Capitol Hill and Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office.

Keep up the pressure. More of this is needed. When are the mainstream media outlets going to interview these people and give them a wide berth to let their stories be known?

The Angel families chanted “build the wall” in Pelosi’s office. Of course, Nancy refused to meet with them. They were just stating facts, no yelling, no cussing… just real truth. We need border protection, no questions asked.

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Daily Wire:

Families who have been impacted by crimes committed by illegal aliens stormed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office on Tuesday, demanding that the California Democrat “build the wall.”

Pelosi reportedly refused to meet with the families, who have lost family members to illegal aliens, which comes as Democrats have refused to work with the Trump administration to provide national security funding to secure the southern border.

The families gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol Building with Reps. Mo Brooks (R-AL), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Women for Trump, and others to “put faces to the statistics of Americans killed or injured due to illegal aliens and the drugs that flow in the U.S. at the southern border.”

After the gathering, the families went to Pelosi’s office where they chanted “build the wall.” More

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