Amnesty Activists Protest House Offices They Knew Were Empty

By USDR

Video-Protesters from the pro-amnesty activist group United We Dream descended upon the Rayburn House Office Building to knock on the doors of Republicans who advocate border security – even though they say they knew the congressmen had already gone back to their home districts.

“They always close the door on us, right, but we’re used to the Republicans treating us this way,” one organizer said, rallying the protesters “to go to Boehner’s office to deliver our special surprise (a large banner).” “We know you don’t want to open the door, Speaker Boehner, because, for months, you have been ignoring us! For months, you have been making empty promises!,” a protester yelled after another had knocked on the office door of House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).

“The last vote was yesterday at 3PM, so I’m sure they’re already in District,” a protester admitted when MRCTV’s Dan Joseph pointed out that Rep. Boehner probably wasn’t in his office.

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