According to a Rasmussen Report: “90 percent of union members say the reduction of illegal immigration is important to them,” yet Big Labor continues to push amnesty for illegal immigrants. Service Employees International Union (SEIU) uses forced-dues to organize a demonstration in front of a California congressman’s office and six of the SEIU organized rowdies were arrested.
Six arrested for protesting outside of Rep. Ed Royce’s (R-Calif.) district office late Friday after they stopped traffic in the middle of a busy street near Los Angeles, according to reports.
The protest, organized by the Service Employees International Union, was one of dozens held around the country Friday to mark the one-year anniversary of the Senate passing a sweeping immigration bill, which would pave the way for 11 million illegal immigrants to stay in the country.
Who can forget SEIU’s major part in the amnesty rally in Washington (pictured above) a week after World War II veterans struggled to gain access to a memorial on the National Mall?
WASHINGTON — A week after World War II veterans struggled to gain access to a memorial on the National Mall due to the government’s partial shutdown, thousands of people pushing for a new immigration law have been cleared by the government to proceed with a concert and rally Tuesday on the Mall.
The march, dubbed the “Camino Americano”, or “American Road,” is hosted by groups including the Service Employees International Union and Casa de Maryland. The rally will feature speeches by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other members of Congress. Another highlight will be a concert by the Mexican band Los Tigres del Norte.