SJ Protester: "My Family Immigrated ILLEGALLY... We Shouldn't Respect the Laws"Chris Menahan
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An illegal immigrant interviewed last night on Sean Hannity's show said he does not believe the laws of the US should be respected.
"I think if you're being oppressed, you shouldn't respect the laws, because then there's no reason to respect the laws, because you're being oppressed," he said.
Just before that statement he said his family "immigrated illegally" and brought him here "so he could have a good future," he also said he just "got accepted to college" in the US, which we can be certain is being payed for by California taxpayers.
No doubt this young man and his family are suffering under incredible oppression.