Illegal Aliens on Rape Spree In DNC Chair’s Home County; Molested 12 Year-Old Girl and Her Younger Brother Latest Victims

Washington, D.C. suburb Montgomery County, Maryland, home to DNC Chairman Tom Perez, is in the midst of a rape spree by illegal aliens. According to local news reports six illegal aliens have been arrested in recent weeks for rape and sexual assault, with most of victims being children. Perez rose to political power in Montgomery County–and then the Democratic Party–by promoting sanctuary policies for illegal aliens. Perez still resides there.

DNC Chair Tom Perez.

WJLA-TV’s Kevin Lewis has been reporting on the illegal alien rape spree. The latest accused is out on bail after being charged with sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl and her younger brother. The illegal alien was detained by ICE following his arrest but was allowed to post immigration bond and is free.

“NEW: Nestor Lopez-Guzman molested a 12yo girl + her younger brother, cops say. Per ICE, the 21yo is a Salvadoran national living in the U.S. illegally. This is at least the sixth undocumented immigrant arrested in Montgomery County, Md. on rape/sex abuse charges since July 25…MORE: According to detectives, Lopez-Guzman confessed to touching the elementary school-age boy’s genitals, claiming it was a “cultural joke” that’s “common in El Salvador.” Lopez-Guzman said it’s a way for men to poke fun at one another. The 21yo is out on bond awaiting trial.”

Previous reports by Lewis:

Excerpt from a Montgomery County Sentinel article on Tom Perez’s rise to power in Montgomery County:

Tom Perez’s political career did not begin behind the dais at the County Council building in Rockville, but in the basement of a church in Takoma Park.

…Perez rose from a community activist turned County Council member to a President Obama appointee. Elected as the new Chair of the Democratic National Committee on Feb. 24, Perez is one of the main voices of opposition to President Donald J. Trump.

Perez served one term in the County Council from 2002 to 2006 before being appointed by then Gov. Martin O’Malley to be Maryland’s Secretary of Labor. But Perez’s political rise did not start with the County Council or his appointment to run a state agency, but in the basement of a small non-profit in Takoma Park.

…While many know CASA now as one of the largest immigrant advocacy groups in the state, frequently lobbying on behalf of the large immigrant community in Maryland and the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Region, 16 years ago, it was a seven member non-profit organization that met in the basement of Takoma Park Presbyterian Church.

Perez transformed the group from its humble beginnings with seven to nine people meeting in a basement, to a 150-member strong organization spread out over three states with its own headquarters.

Perez, originally from Buffalo and the son of Dominican immigrants, joined CASA in 2001 as a member of the board of directors. At the time, the main mission was to provide services like food and housing to poor immigrants living in the County, but Perez thought CASA could do more — it could get political.

“That is the kind of vision he brought to CASA,” Torres said. “From a traditional non-profit to more of an organization that not only provides services but organizes the community.”
Torres, who sat in the basement board meeting with Perez, credits the organization’s rise to Perez who he said had ambition for the organization to become a political player because immigration was not just a local issue, but a national one.

“We didn’t realize the entire concept of immigration…the entire immigration politics on a national level, all of that was brought in by Tom,” Torres said.

Eventually CASA’s board of directors made Perez its president, where he was able to transform CASA, by bringing on fellow attorneys to represent immigrants, split CASA’s budget in two – one for providing services, one for advocacy – and used his public speaking skills to turn CASA into much more of a local political player…”

Link to previous TGP report on Perez helping to turn Montgomery County into a haven for MS-13.

A check of news reports and Perez’s Twitter account did not find a comment from Perez on the illegal alien rape spree in his home county.

Previous TGP article on illegal alien rape spree.

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