Amnesty-Loving Rep. Gutierrez Threatens Dems Are Going To “Eliminate” POTUS (VIDEO)
Amnesty-loving Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) delivered a fiery speech Saturday at Chicago’s Lincoln United Methodist Church where he promised that Democrats would “eliminate” President Trump after they reclaim the majority.
Real Clear Politics reports:
The Lincoln United Methodist Church is a sanctuary church and according to Gutierrez’s website, he “spoke to a packed house about the need to defend DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and other forms of legal immigration status that are under attack from Republicans and Donald Trump.”
Gutierrez said that while rump is attempting to criminalize immigrants, the president is the “real criminal.” The Congressman said illegal immigrants are not criminals and that history will determine who the true criminals are.
“For me, the major criminal that exists in the United States of America is called Donald Trump, he lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue at the White House,” Gutierrez said to the congregation.
Rep. Gutierrez would like everyday people to think he’s one of them – a straight-nosed honest man, but the truth is, he’s more crooked than the mainstream media will ever admit. The Democrat Congressman has paid his wife hundreds of thousands of dollars out of his campaign coffers. Does this appear ethical to you?
Washington Free Beacon reports:
Gutierrez, who was first elected to Congress in 1993, brought his wife, Soraida Gutierrez, onto his campaign’s payroll six years ago to act as his office manager, treasurer, and fundraiser.
Soraida Gutierrez was a registered lobbyist in the state of Illinois from 2003 to 2009 before joining Gutierrez for Congress. She has since raked in more than $300,000 for her work on behalf of the committee while being the top recipient of campaign cash in three cycles since stepping into her role.
The first time Soraida acted in an official capacity for the campaign, in 2010, she pulled in over $44,000 and was the top recipient of cash from the Gutierrez campaign that year.
Soraida then pocketed over $93,000 in 2012, making her the biggest beneficiary of campaign funds for the second election cycle in a row. The committee disbursed $383,848 in 2012, so Soraida’s payments constituted roughly 25 percent of all campaign expenditures.
Soraida was yet again the top beneficiary of cash from Gutierrez for Congress during the 2014 election cycle, receiving $110,000. Herman Andrew, a vendor, was the second highest-paid individual at $24,000.
Soraida has pocketed $65,000 during the 2016 election cycle to date. She has been paid a total of $312,000 from the Gutierrez for Congress campaign committee since 2010.
This lucrative arrangement is eerily similar to what Maxine Waters has with her daughter, who she owes hundreds of thousands to for snail mail marketing campaigns.