From his Harrisburg Voice Of The People USA rally speech:
Politicians will respect you. Politicians will acknowledge your power when they see a round flying through their windshield and getting into their flesh. That will get their attention. I’m not advocating violence; it is already here and you have to acknowledge that.
What? He’s not advocating violence? He certainly is.
Before I get in to who Frank Jorge is, just let me say that I’m afraid of him. I’m afraid because he wants civil war, he is sure it will come, and he’s probably collected an arsenal waiting to fire the first shot. Watch his speech from the Harrisburg Voice Of The People USA rally and hear for yourself.
Before listening to Frank’s speech, as I had seen the television show, I expected to hear an intelligent man make some good points about the issue; however, what I heard was down right frightening. He basically is not only calling for civil war, but intimating that we should assassinate politicians that we don’t agree with. He wants me and you to be afraid of “illegal” immigrants while he threatens to start a civil war. Are guns and violence the only answer here? I though we were a little more intelligent than that.
Frank Jorge is a Cuban immigrant who now volunteers as a border agent for the Antelope Valley Minutemen. He appeared on a show called 30 days which sought to put people into a situation, usually living with a group of people, they generally don’t agree with, or appose, for 30 days. Given his vehement opposition to “illegal” immigrants he was to live with a family of “illegal” immigrants for 30 days. Watching the show you got the sense that he was a decent man and that in some small way he may have felt some sorrow for this family’s situation. However, that was quickly dismissed when he sent out a press release letting everyone know that the show had manipulated his words by leaving out some of his statements on the show. His Statement
As a Cuban immigrant who now fights to keep “illegal” workers out of the country he may like to know: link
Cuban immigration to the U.S. began in an era of peaceful coexistence between the two nations. In the latter part of the 19th century, workers moved freely between Florida and the island, and the trade in sugar, coffee, and tobacco was lucrative. Cigar companies soon began relocating from Cuba to avoid tariffs and trade regulations, and Cubans came by the thousands to work in the factories. Soon the towns of Key West and Ybor City were the capitals of a tobacco-scented empire, and also became the centers of new Cuban enclaves. Even as these communities grew, Cuban workers continued to shuttle across the Straits of Florida as work allowed. At the beginning of the 20th century, between 50,000 and 100,000 Cubans moved between Havana, Tampa, and Key West every year.
Of course this is before Castro took over, who I don’t agree with, but I guess now this sort of thing shouldn’t be allowed with other nations. We should just keep supporting communist countries, like China, by buying all or products cheaply from them while US factories shut down daily.
If Frank wants to know what is more powerful than a gun…it’s money. At least he makes sense by stating multi-national corporations are in control of the government. On that much we agree, but I tend to shy away when he starts talking about killing people. I don’t know….that seems a little harsh.