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A politician was caught colluding with foreign nationals to influence American policy, election
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A politician was caught colluding with foreign nationals to influence American policy, election

High ranking politicians are colluding with foreign nationals to influence American legislation and elections, but it's not the politician you are thinking of, nor is it the nation you've been told muddled the United States presidential election in 2016.

Today on "The Chris Salcedo Show," Chris Salcedo reported on a video that surfaced of Ramiro Luna speaking at the same Communications Workers of America event in Dallas, Texas, as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).

Luna states from the podium that he is undocumented and organized the biggest Get Out the Vote campaign in Arizona. He is now in Texas fighting SB4, which allows local law enforcement to check the immigration status of persons they have in custody.

Pelosi, at the same event, said that the Texas bill was "a legislative act of cowardice."

Luna also said during his speech, "I am not here to go against my oppressor as more as I am here to gain the ear of my silent supporter." He wants American citizens who can vote to "put words into action" and vote on behalf of illegal aliens.

He also said the next time "Rinaldi wants to call ICE on us," he will not have an office from which to call. State Representative Matt Rinaldi called Immigration and Customs Enforcement when demonstrators showed up to the Texas House floor holding signs that said “I am illegal and here to stay.”

Chris could not believe the "gall and temerity" of Luna to say he's being oppressed when he publicly and freely decries American law and encourages citizens to vote in his best interest. More astoundingly, an American senator is supporting what he says.

Chris said this is direct evidence of collusion with a foreign national, on video, and no anonymous sources are needed.

To see more from Chris, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Chris Salcedo Show” weekdays 2–5 p.m. ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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