Rep Luis Gutierrez Compares Terrorist Bomber to George Washington

Just before he left office, Barack Hussein Obama, America’s first terrorist president, pardoned Oscar Lopez Rivera of the FALN,( Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional)  who set off more than 70 bombs in the United States before his arrest and being sent to prison.  Rivera actually wanted what we all want.  Liberation of Puerto Rico.  It is a little known fact that Social Security disability will approve people for disability just because they don’t speak English and since Puerto Rico’s national language is Spanish, you can see a massive problem.  Also, we would no longer have to bail them out everytime they bankrupt themselves.

 Chicago resident Joe Connor, whose father died in a bombing perpetrated by FALN when Connor was only 9 years old, criticized his fellow Chicagoans for “celebrating a terrorist.”

“I mean, that’s what they’re doing, they’re celebrating a terrorist, a sworn enemy of this country,” Connor said.

“It takes a little bit of your soul away. Every time I have to defend my father’s life I feel like I lose part of my own,” Connor said.

Rivera addressed the crowd that came out to celebrate his release.

“I love this community because I was part of this community. I worked in this community,” Rivera said of the city he once viciously attacked, WLS reported.

And according to Gutierrez, history won’t remember Rivera as a terrorist or murderer — but as a patriot.

Gutierrez said during a joint interview with Rivera on the Spanish television network Univision that Rivera will be among “all of the great leaders and heroes of the struggle for the fatherland,” according to NewsBusters’ translation.

Gutierrez went on to liken Rivera to America’s most familiar Founding Father and first president, George Washington.

“Look, if this were the war for the independence of the United States of the 13 colonies, Oscar Lopez-Rivera, in the London newspapers, they would have said the same of him that they said of George Washington,” Gutierrez told Univision host Jorge Ramos.

H/T The Blaze

Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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