Allie Stuckey received backlash after posting on Twitter "You can love Cinco de Mayo and hate illegal immigration." What was worse than the death threats and insults she received were the hollow arguments given by millennials who truly believe that standing up against illegal immigration is inherently racist.
Allie would have loved to address a reasonable, factual argument as to why enforcing immigration law is morally wrong, but she never received one. All the responses were strictly emotional.
Objection to illegal immigration has "nothing to do with the color of someone's skin and everything to do with the fact that crimes committed by illegal immigrants shouldn't happen, because they shouldn't be here in the first place."
Allie suggested people who give all their compassion to illegal immigrants should try to muster some for the victims of the crimes committed by some of them.
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