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Mother Of The Officer Murdered By An Illegal Alien Says Obama “Ignoring Us Completely”

Mary Ann Mendoza–whose son, Sergeant Brandon Mendoza, was killed in the line of duty by an illegal immigrant–tore into Barack Obama for having “no concern” for the families who have lost loved ones to illegal immigrants.

“There seems to be no concern for what we’re going through and the issues that we want to bring to him Obama,” Mendoza told Fox News’ Neil Cavuto. “Thousands of us are waiting for at least an acknowledgment from him that he understands the pain that we are experiencing losing a loved one at the hands of repeat illegal criminals.”

Just this week, illegal immigrant Luis Monroy-Bracamontes, shot and killed Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and murdered Placer County Sheriff Detective Michael David Davis, Jr.

Obama has said nothing about these two murders, which happened within six hours of each other.

“He has taken the time to meet with” illegal immigrants, Mendoza continued. “He has addressed their issues, and he’s now doing something about it in this amnesty move that he’s going to make. When is he going to meet with the American people who have been affected by this?”

Mendoza wrote an open letter to Obama back in July.

Obama is “ignoring us completely, and this is what I want. I have met with other families who have been affected by illegals killing their loved ones,” Mendoza said. “I mean, horrific accidents and horrific crimes, and we deserve acknowledgment just like these illegals who he is now going to do something for them.”

Mendoza added that tragedies like her son’s death are “going to keep happening because they’re rereleased out on to our streets to commit more crimes. and the more of them that enter this country and realize that the stiff penalties are not going to apply to them and they’ll be released out on our streets without jail time and not being deported, it’s only a matter of time that they’re going to repeat the crime.”


Jerome Hudson

Managing Editor

Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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