Recently the perpetual children who call themselves Liberals tried to make cheap political capital out of a (possibly faked) note that the child of an illegal immigrant addressed to their parents. The child was supposedly sad about the possibility of immigration authorities catching the family and sending them home. Being Liberals the repulsive fools acted like this letter was proof of how supposedly “evil” it is for countries to have immigration laws.
To counter that here’s a letter written to Heaven by the child of a law enforcement officer killed by an illegal immigrant. It’s just as sad, Liberals. Do you immature drama queens STILL think that heart-breaking letters written by children should form the basis of a country’s immigration policy? Oh, I know, Liberals. Only touching letters that further your political goals count. If the letter below helped push your politics the letter and the little girl who wrote it would be world-famous.
(Sorry for so many political posts lately but in an election year the left and right are even more obnoxious. Plus I’m REALLY sick of the way American Liberals exploit emotion to try to make every one of their political opinions carry the force of law.)
Below is the letter written by the little girl whose father will never be coming home because of an illegal immigrant. Try to remember, Liberals, emotion can cut both ways. Not that you barely human political robots will care.
Young Daughter of murdered Deputy Brian Tephord writes letter to Heaven
By Alyssa Tephord
“My Mommy told me a very bad man hurt my Daddy and now my Daddy is dead. I was very sad and I cried and cried and then I asked a lot of questions.
I asked my Mommy how the bad man hurt Daddy. She said he shot him with a gun. I wanted to know why my Mommy couldn’t fix it since she was a nurse. I’m very angry at the bad man who hurt my Daddy because he hurt my Daddy really bad.
I will never be happy with the bad man. After Mommy told me, I made Daddy pictures and cards. Mommy tied them to balloons and we went outside and let them go to heaven where my Daddy is. I said Daddy, I hope you like the cards and pictures, I miss you. Then I saw Daddy on TV and I was very proud. Grandma Gwen told me he was on TV because he was special and was a hero. My Daddy is in heaven because he’s a good man.
My Aunt Jamie told me only good people can go to heaven and my Daddy can’t hurt anymore. I asked how she knew that and my Aunt Jamie said because there’s an angel at the gates of Heaven and he only lets good people in. I miss my Daddy very much and I will always remember him and love him.”