Rep. Steve King: D.C. Office 'Invaded...

Rep. Steve King: D.C. Office 'Invaded' by 'Illegal Aliens'

There are 18 comments on the Breitbart.com story from Jun 13, 2013, titled Rep. Steve King: D.C. Office 'Invaded' by 'Illegal Aliens'. In it, Breitbart.com reports that:

Rep. Steve King has told Breitbart News that illegal immigrants attempted to take over his Washington, DC office on Thursday.

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Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Jun 13, 2013
Seems like this struggle is taking a turn morphing into what looks like a civil/ human rights direction.
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#2 Jun 13, 2013
That's the B.B. every other American has watched these leech's act like for year's. It's as if they already have any right's in our Country to demand anything??? And the brazen, pushy low lives really got on his nerves. I hope King can show proof of this activity to the stupid Senators trying to allow these leech's to become citizens.Pathetic and disgusting.!!!!
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Jun 13, 2013
B.S. (correction)
Stop the plague of locust

Belmont, MA

#4 Jun 13, 2013
So, everyone has been thinking that Illegal Immigrants are just some harmless, humble people who just "want to do the work we don't want to do". There is nothing further from the truth, as Illegal Immigrants are calculating, aggressive and a pushy plague of locusts, that will devour everything in their paths until everything is desolate and bare. We need to cut off all public assistance, detain and deport all Illegal Immigrants and make them, their families and their home countries pay for the entire costs of these parasites. Most definitely need to straighten the US Laws out, in order to not let the anchor babies of Illegal Immigrants receive the US Citizenship. People don't be sleeping on this one. If we let these scum parasite Illegal Immigrants get legalized by way of Amnesty then the entire USA will turn into the countries that these Illegal Immigrant scum come from.

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#5 Jun 14, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Seems like this struggle is taking a turn morphing into what looks like a civil/ human rights direction.
Please don't insult the Civil Rights Movement!

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#6 Jun 14, 2013
Makes you wonder where Security was at?

Maybe B.O. told them to take a coffee break!

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#8 Jun 14, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Seems like this struggle is taking a turn morphing into what looks like a civil/ human rights direction.
Flashback:

Off-duty cops to monitor construction workers at Duval courthouse site Last month, 103 of about 350 workers found with fake IDs

Off-duty police officers will be checking the IDs of every worker who steps foot on the Duval County Courthouse construction site - one of the latest steps aimed at screening out undocumented workers.

Jacksonville city officials have also pushed all companies on the downtown project to use E-Verify, an Internet-based system used to determine a person's eligibility to work in the United States. The precaution is required for all federal projects.

The measures are part of the city's ongoing struggle with undocumented workers on the courthouse project. After three rounds of arrests this fall, a cross-check of records by federal immigration officials last month found 103 of about 350 workers authorized to work on the site provided what appeared to be false identification documents.

About half of the 103 were still working at the site at the time of the check. They've been banned from the project until they can be cleared by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, city spokeswoman Misty Skipper said.

All of the workers with questionable documentation either work for United Forming, the company doing concrete work on the $350 million project, or one of United Forming's subcontractors, Skipper said.

After the false documents were discovered Nov. 9, city officials asked their attorneys to look into possible sanctions for Turner Construction, the company overseeing the project. The General Counsel's Office is still reviewing the matter.

The city's contract with Turner allows for termination if the company knowingly allows undocumented workers on the site, but both Turner and United Forming say they didn't know the workers were illegal immigrants.

http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/2009-12-02...

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Level 10

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#9 Jun 14, 2013
So, exactly where are these shadows at which they are supposedly hiding??? With every day and every move made by this adminsitration, these illegals become more arrogant and demanding. In what other country would illegals be given so much leverage?
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#10 Jun 14, 2013
Cricket 23 wrote:
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Please don't insult the Civil Rights Movement!
Oh no!I am no just trying to highlight that its membership may soon get larger.
El Cid

Austin, TX

#11 Jun 14, 2013
Why not, they invade the country and are given amnesty by Odumbo so why not take over governemnt offices since much of the government seems to be in their pockets.
NYM8387

Lawrence, MA

#12 Jun 15, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Seems like this struggle is taking a turn morphing into what looks like a civil/ human rights direction.
What struggle? The Bill will die,just like The assumption that this topic had a major role in the last election
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#13 Jun 16, 2013
Cricket 23 wrote:
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Flashback:
Off-duty cops to monitor construction workers at Duval courthouse site Last month, 103 of about 350 workers found with fake IDs
Off-duty police officers will be checking the IDs of every worker who steps foot on the Duval County Courthouse construction site - one of the latest steps aimed at screening out undocumented workers.
Jacksonville city officials have also pushed all companies on the downtown project to use E-Verify, an Internet-based system used to determine a person's eligibility to work in the United States. The precaution is required for all federal projects.
The measures are part of the city's ongoing struggle with undocumented workers on the courthouse project. After three rounds of arrests this fall, a cross-check of records by federal immigration officials last month found 103 of about 350 workers authorized to work on the site provided what appeared to be false identification documents.
About half of the 103 were still working at the site at the time of the check. They've been banned from the project until they can be cleared by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, city spokeswoman Misty Skipper said.
All of the workers with questionable documentation either work for United Forming, the company doing concrete work on the $350 million project, or one of United Forming's subcontractors, Skipper said.
After the false documents were discovered Nov. 9, city officials asked their attorneys to look into possible sanctions for Turner Construction, the company overseeing the project. The General Counsel's Office is still reviewing the matter.
The city's contract with Turner allows for termination if the company knowingly allows undocumented workers on the site, but both Turner and United Forming say they didn't know the workers were illegal immigrants.
http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/2009-12-02...
I have no problem with that just that we need a well structured policy in place to replace the antiquated system we are trying to use with little effects and big backlash,that is why more people than ever fully supports immigration reform this time around because it makes no sense squabbling over this matter forever.
Rude Term for Mexicans

Ardsley, NY

#14 Jun 16, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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I have no problem with that just that we need a well structured policy in place to replace the antiquated system we are trying to use with little effects and big backlash,that is why more people than ever fully supports immigration reform this time around because it makes no sense squabbling over this matter forever.
You are either a grossly ignorant loudmouth OR a lying POS. I vote for both. Yes, Americans want the squabbling about immigration to stop, but the VAST majority want it to stop before 30 million uneducated, vile, vulgar, violent, subhuman liars, thieves and cheats are allowed to become citizens.

Anyone who supports illegal aliens, particularly Mexicans, had never actually walked through one of their neighborhoods, observed their disgusting habits, listened to their ignorant conversations or been a victim of the criminals among them. Round up the invaders and deport them. End of squabbling.
chicagonut

Coachella, CA

#15 Jun 16, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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I have no problem with that just that we need a well structured policy in place to replace the antiquated system we are trying to use with little effects and big backlash,that is why more people than ever fully supports immigration reform this time around because it makes no sense squabbling over this matter forever.
There is no "reform" in this legislation. It is just amnesty plain and simple. What antiquated system? You mean because we don't allow in every foreigner that wants to come here it's antiquated? We already allow in the number of legal immigrants that we can support in jobs and resources. How is that antiquated?

We have 23 million Americans out of work. How does it make sense to allow millions of illegals to remain here and compete for jobs and scarce resources the will also overburden our healthcare facilities, schools and be able to dip into our welfare coffers?
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#16 Jun 16, 2013
Rude Term for Mexicans wrote:
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You are either a grossly ignorant loudmouth OR a lying POS. I vote for both. Yes, Americans want the squabbling about immigration to stop, but the VAST majority want it to stop before 30 million uneducated, vile, vulgar, violent, subhuman liars, thieves and cheats are allowed to become citizens.
Anyone who supports illegal aliens, particularly Mexicans, had never actually walked through one of their neighborhoods, observed their disgusting habits, listened to their ignorant conversations or been a victim of the criminals among them. Round up the invaders and deport them. End of squabbling.


Can you please be a little "polite" civilize? and stop your personal attacks on others who disagree with your opinions it may serve as a means of getting other people to at least listen to your view point.

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#17 Jun 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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I have no problem with that just that we need a well structured policy in place to replace the antiquated system we are trying to use with little effects and big backlash,that is why more people than ever fully supports immigration reform this time around because it makes no sense squabbling over this matter forever.
Most "AMERICANS" don't want to grant our Citizenship to 11 million illegal aliens (Hispanics excluded) that broke our immigration laws to get here. There's nothing that makes me madder than to be standing in a long line to get into a movie and some dimwit tries to step to the head of the line like they don't have to wait!

It reminds me of the illegal aliens and their Hispanic supporters!
spud

Girardville, PA

#18 Jun 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
Seems like this struggle is taking a turn morphing into what looks like a civil/ human rights direction.
For the corrupt ones this amnesty is about votes, money, slave labor and a mistaken opinion that somehow the R party will benefit by backing it. To people against this bill it's about preserving our jobs, country and way of life by enforcing our laws. This is about learning from past mistakes (1986). It's about national pride and the integrity of our laws. It has absolutely nothing to do with civil/human rights. Nice try but your side are the lawbreakers here, not the innocent victims.

“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Level 10

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#19 Jun 17, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
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Can you please be a little "polite" civilize? and stop your personal attacks on others who disagree with your opinions it may serve as a means of getting other people to at least listen to your view point.
Illegals are the victims of their own poor choices.

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