Texas GOP Lawmaker Calls ICE on Illegal Protesters

This is where we are today in the political war over the demographic future of our civilization in North America.

A large protest against Texas’ new sanctuary city law on Monday disrupted the last day of the state Legislature’s regular session.

Texas state Rep. Matt Rinaldi (R-Irving) and several Democrats reportedly exchanged angry words on the state House floor, according the the Texas Tribune.

Several members said that Rinaldi told a group of Hispanic lawmakers that he had called Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials on the protesters.

This is an encouraging sign. The illusion of civility with an enemy which is quite open about its goal of entirely replacing us and depriving us of all political and social power must be shattered. Politics in a multi-ethnic society is total war. And it is time we waged it as such. It is time we took our own side.

Rinaldi said he called ICE because he didn’t know how to handle the large protest.

“A lot of people had signs that said, ‘We are illegal and here to stay,'” he told the paper. “And we called law enforcement trying to incentivize them to leave the House. They were disrupting. They were breaking the law.”

Romero told The Austin American-Statesman that Rinaldi “felt like he needed to call ICE” despite Texas Department of Public Safety officers removing protesters from House galleries.

Rinaldi countered that Democrats had incited a riot by encouraging demonstrators, adding that they threatened his life on the House floor.

“Today Representative [Alfonso] “Poncho” Nevarez [D-Eagle Pass] threatened me on the House floor after I called ICE on several illegal immigrants who held signs in the gallery which said ‘I am illegal and here to stay,'” he wrote on Facebook. “Several Democrats encouraged the protesters to disobey law enforcement.”

“When I told the Democrats I called ICE, Representative Ramon Romero physically assaulted me, and other Democrats were held back by colleagues,” Rinaldi added.

“During that time Poncho told me that he would ‘get me on the way to my car.’ He later approached me and reiterated that ‘I had to leave at some point, and he would get me.'”

Rinaldi vowed to defend himself against Nevarez.

Excellent. It is time to bodyslam the anti-White Left.

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10 Comments

  1. First those antiwhite scum will use sob-stories about “the children”, “our values” and “separating families” in order to justify the endless invasion of wetbacks. If that shit doesn’t work then they resort to threats of violence. “Chinga tu madre, gringo!”

  2. “Politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed.” Mao Zedong

    Brilliant quote.

  3. I’m waiting for (((someone))) to run to a Federal Judge to overturn all this good work. Will TX fold or tell the robed lawyer to go to hell?

  4. I’ve been looking forward to the day when we quit playing by the rules they expect us to play by but from which they exempt themselves. The system relies on that paradox.

  5. It’s inevitable (the kikes have seen to that), so let it come. Millions of our people’s enemies deserve to die – especially race traitor scum.

  6. @Michael Cushman…

    Sir, it’s better that The Left began the wave of violence and intimidation, because it puts the moral right on our side.

    And, I’ll let you in on a carefully guarded secret – North Carolina has some truly scary men in it, and all the ones I know, and know of, are totally on our side.

    Whatever The Left starts, we will finish – no matter what Pennsylvania Avenue thinks or does.

  7. Why is immigration law the only law local and state officials can not enforce? No more liberal double standards- local and state authorities should either stop enforcing all other federal laws or also enforce federal immigration law. Let’s bring back consistency in law enforcement!

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