Murrieta, CA on July 24, 2014
President and CEO of LA RAZA (The Race) Janet Murguia has denounced the chanting of USA in Murrieta, CA.
Singling out the Murrieta demonstrators during her keynote address at La Raza’s annual conference in Los Angeles on Monday, Murguia accused them of having “cloaked their hatred in patriotism” by shouting “‘USA! USA!’ again and again.”
“It made me angry,” she said. “In fact, I was outraged.”
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
Rally participant message to the public. No Amnesty Rally San Bernardino, CA, Diocese on 7/19/14. Nationwide No Amnesty Rallies were staged on 7/18/14 and 7/19/14.
Little Max of California says to Bring USMC Sgt Andrew Tahmoorissi home, wrongfully jailed in Mexico.
Murrieta Border Patrol Station citizens stopped buses that were arriving with illegal aliens to be processed for release into the community. 7/1/14: Murrieta, CA
Murrieta Border Patrol Station citizens stopped buses that were arriving with illegal aliens to be processed for release into the community. After approximately 25 minutes, buses backed down one block and then departed. News sources stated the buses were then redirected to the San Ysidro, CA area. 7/1/14: Murrieta, CA
7/13/14: Rally participants present San Bernardino, CA Archdiocese Communications Director John Andrews with a letter in opposition to the housing of Texas border crossers from Central America at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
On July 10, 2014, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, of the San Bernardino Archdiocese, housed 46 Central American border crossers who entered the USA via Texas and had been processed and then bused to the church from the Chula Vista, CA Border Patrol Station. In reaction to the Murrieta, CA Border Patrol Station protests, the San Bernardino Diocese, which includes Fontana, announced they would house the “displaced migrants.”
Rally for AMERICANS – in front of St Joseph’s Catholic Church, Fontana, CA