The Evangelical Crusade Against Immigration
The protesters were fuming mad. They had come out in droves to block the buses carrying children fleeing poverty and violence in Central America from reaching a Border Patrol processing center in the sleepy Southern California town of Murrieta. For one faction of evangelic Christians, fighting immigration has been a long-time crusade with their sometimes vitriolic views communicated to the public via placards in Murrieta. This faction, known as “Teavangelicals” for their connection to the Tea Party movement, cites the Ten Commandments and the Book of Genesis as proof that anything less than deportation of illegal immigrants violates God’s will.
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