ACLU Launches Star Studded Campaign To Protect Illegal Alien “Rights”

Does the ACLU understand these people are not Americans? Do they even care? And do they, and the Houston Chronicle, understand the difference between legal immigrants and illegal aliens? And, do they even care?

ACLU launches immigrant rights campaign as arrests are up

The American Civil Liberties Union launched a six-figure, celebrity-studded campaign Thursday to ensure immigrants know their rights in interactions with federal agents, including spots on Spanish radio and targeted, multilingual ads on Facebook and YouTube.

It includes videos voiced by Diane Guerrero from the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black and Kumail Nanjiani from HBO’s Emmy Award-nominated series Silicon Valley. The ads feature the phone number to volunteer-led rapid response networks to flag immigration raids and help immigrants get legal representation.

Under President Donald Trump’s administration, immigration agents have doubled down on arrests, often targeting immigrants who previously were not priorities for deportation, such as those married to American citizens and people who have been here illegally for decades without committing other crimes.

“We want to be a click or listen away for someone to know their rights and be empowered against Trump’s deportation force,” said Natalie Montelongo, ACLU campaign strategist, in a statement.

Funny they didn’t do this while people were being deported under Obama. In fact, under Obama, fewer were being caught in the interior but more were being deported.

The ACLU has a bunch of videos attempting to tell illegal aliens to not open the door for any ICE agent unless they have a warrant signed by a judge. And to lawyer up from the charge of ….. being unlawfully present in the U.S. This should make all those illegal alien gang members, like in MS-13, feel super safe.

Interestingly, the ACLU will be doing something they complained about others doing

The Spanish and English ads will be featured on Radio Campesina, part of the Cesar Chavez Foundation and a trusted news source amongst farm workers and the undocumented community, and online through Facebook, Pandora, and YouTube. The digital ads will run in Alaska, California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The ACLU’s sophisticated targeting will ensure that the ads reach impacted communities in their native language, by using tactics such as identifying people browsing Facebook with the language set to Spanish in key areas.

So, they’re going to mine Facebook for private data? Huh.

The series was created with input from immigrant communities and legal experts and is voiced by an all-star cast of influencers and activists, including Jesse Williams (English), Diane Guerrero (Spanish), Kumail Nanjiani (Urdu), Linda Sarsour (Arabic), Edwidge Danticat (Haitian Creole), Katya Lee (Russian), and Xiren Wang (Mandarin).

Nice to know they’re working with an affirmed Islamic supremacist and Jew hater in Linda Sarsour.

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One Response to “ACLU Launches Star Studded Campaign To Protect Illegal Alien “Rights””

  1. They aren’t protecting anyone. They are fundraising for entry-level lawyer paychecks. This organization exists to milk the taxpayers with incessant lawsuits. Especially in democratic governments where they can count on a friendly governor or appointed official to negotiate a settlement (including fat lawyer fees). These people and the SPLC couldn’t care less about real civil rights. Have they ever taken a case to defend someone’s right to possess arms? Or defend a poor man’s claim to self defense?

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