Illegal Aliens Announce Massive Protest at Texas AG’s Office on Wednesday

Illegal immigrants are planning a massive demonstration on Wednesday at the Texas Attorney General’s office in Austin, Texas on Wednesday.

The open borders group announced their plans on Monday.

This ought to give ICE enough time to plan accordingly.

This action comes after nine illegals from Central America and Mexico were found dead in semi trailer at a Walmart on Sunday.

From the announcement:

Immigrant Youth From Across The Country Come To Texas For First Undocumented Led Escalated Action Under The Trump Administration

This action comes in response to the recent threats facing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program and the introduction to the DREAM Act bill in Congress

Austin, TX- Immigrant youth from across the country are gathering in Texas to take escalated action and pledge their renewed commitment to winning permanent protection, dignity and respect for all 11 million undocumented immigrants.

Who: Undocumented youth, parents, and allies

What: Mass sit-in at Texas Attorney General’s Office, in the first and largest undocumented led direct action since Trump’s inauguration. 300 W 15th St, Austin, TX

When: Wednesday, July 26th 10:30 AM

Texas has become the battleground state in the struggle for immigrant rights in the Trump era. It leads the country on mass deportations and recently passed the most anti-immigrant statewide law. It was Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton who spearheaded the call for the repeal of DACA. Undocumented youth in Texas and across the country are confronting attacks on the immigrant community head on. For the DACAmented young people participating in this action, the threat of facing ICE retaliation is real- just as it was seven years ago when the first undocumented youth began risking arrest. Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez have said that the police department does not transfer immigrants over to ICE and we expect them to honor that commitment.

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