Bernie Sanders Just Hired An Illegal Immigrant As His Campaign Press Secretary

Bernie Sanders is running for president again. Does he have a chance? Of course not. The Democrat field is packed and it’s going to be extremely difficult for him to navigate through that with his wacky ideas and even if he gets the nomination does anyone actually think he’s going to beat Trump? No way.

Regardless, he’s going to give it the ol’ college try.

He just found himself a new press secretary. Guess who it is? An illegal immigrant with an arrest record!

From The Daily Wire:

Senator Bernie Sanders’ new press secretary will be unable to cast a vote for the open socialist in 2020 due to her immigration status.

Far-left activist and illegal immigrant Belen Sisa announced her new position with the Sanders campaign on Wednesday in a social media post condemning the “hateful and bigoted” Trump administration.

According to The Washington Examiner, Sisa was brought into the United States illegally from Argentina by her parents when she was six years old. Currently, Sisa is shielded from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, implemented by former President Barack Obama.

She’s been an active protester, too, and has been arrested for such activity on at least two occasions. The Washington Examiner reports:

[Sisa] has been arrested at least twice for protests throughout her activist career. As a college senior in 2017, she was jailed for her role in a sit-in outside of Sen. Chuck Schumer’s, D-N.Y., office. While in jail, Sisa told reporters that she organized a “prison strike.”

Just weeks before that, she was arrested for a protest outside the Senate Hart Office Building. Both protests were over immigration reform and a demand that Congress pass the DREAM Act — a bill that would permanently legalize children who were brought into the country illegally — “cleanly,” without extraneous provisions.


Isn’t that just perfect though? It almost wouldn’t be right if Bernie hired a normal person.

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