Watch: Legal Latina Drops Crushing Sledgehammer On Illegals, Sanctuary Cities


Not everyone has the courage to speak out in front of a state senate about an issue close to their heart. Especially if that issue is connected to immigrants and the person addressing it has a Mexican heritage.

While liberal leadership in the state of California continues to tout the ‘sanctuary’ status, there are some people who strongly disagree with the narrative.

Unfortunately, their opinion usually gets swept under the carpet. But Lupe Australia Maureen Moreno gave members of the state senate little choice but to listen to what she had to say.

She delivered some absolutely gripping remarks that not everyone is on board with sanctuary policies in the state, reports Patriot Journal.

She said:

“My name is Lupe Australia Maureen Moreno. My father was a Mexican, my mother was a Tejano. I’m here representing my sister Angie whose son was murdered a block 0:20 away from my mother’s home 25 years ago. I don’t think he was the first victim. We were the first families to speak out in the state of California. You know I also am representing the angel mothers whose children have been slaughtered and murdered in our communities especially cities like Salinas California and Santa Ana California; Salinas – an unofficial sanctuary city.”

Moreno passionately explained how the liberal narrative is woefully misguided, and there’s a ton of families that share her opinion.

“You have weeping mother’s not only in California but throughout the United States now! It’s not here it’s everywhere now! Stop trying to blend the difference between illegal and legal. There’s a big difference. We’re Americans! We live in the American culture and we have the American spirit. We don’t steal. We don’t lie. And, we don’t take other people’s things. This man that was up here crying because he was locked up or something! These mothers, these families, their children are gone forever and can’t to be buried throughout California & the United States.”



While there’s plenty of talking points on both sides, an impassioned plea from someone that has been directly affected by sanctuary policies is something that needs to be taken into consideration.


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