During a House Judiciary Committee session on Wednesday to discuss the Border Security and Enforcement Act of 2023, radical Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) attempted to highlight the importance of immigrants in the U.S. — but, instead, exposed her own racism toward them.
“This country needs immigrants to survive,” she said, after falsely accusing former President Trump’s policies for making the country “less safe.”
“Immigrants pick the food we eat, rebuild our communities after climate disasters, help construct our infrastructure, power our small business economy, clean our homes, and look after the most precious in our families — our children and our elders,” she added.
Her remarks immediately were rightly excoriated by many who accused her of perpetuating stereotypes about immigrants.
“Now you know why Democrats like [Rep. Jayapal] support mass illegal immigration,” wrote Arizona Republican Congressman Andy Biggs. “Faux compassion.”
“Out. Of. Touch,” tweeted the House Committee on the Judiciary GOP account.
“They want a subclass of workers with no rights,” wrote podcaster and journalist Tim Pool.
“Clean your own home, you entitled fool,” wrote Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
“Democrat Jayapal defends mass illegal immigration of Biden administration. Democrats: ‘WHO WILL CLEAN OUR HOMES’?” wrote one Twitter user.
“Jayapal said the quiet part out loud and exactly what the Left thinks of immigrants and minorities!” wrote another. “Limousine Liberalism.”
“Wow. Immigrants come to America to pursue the American Dream, not clean Democrat houses,” another user wrote.