Fevereiro 2020
guyQuoteFile this under "atrocious statement of the month": Kansas State Rep. Virgil Peck (R-Tyro) piped up during a debate about feral swine control funding with a suggestion as unrelated as it was offensive to murder undocumented immigrants.

"It looks like to me if shooting these immigrating feral hogs works maybe we have found a [solution] to our illegal immigration problem," Peck declared to gasps from the audience and fellow lawmakers. Rep. Peck is not sorry. He was just making a funny, after all. Because nothing spells humor quite like advocating the murder of hardworking mothers, fathers, and children. Especially when you get to compare them to wild pigs at the same time! Ho ho ho, ha ha ha ... eh. Click to READ MORE.

Click HERE to sign America's Voice petition calling on the US Department of Justice and the FBI to investigate whether Rep. Peck’s call for the mass murder of immigrants violates federal law prohibiting the incitement of domestic terrorism and genocide, and whether his targeting individuals based on their race or national origin violate civil rights laws.

Regardless of your views on immigration reform, we can all agree that hate speech like this from supposedly responsible leaders is reprehensible. The normalization of hate is no laughing matter – and the incitement of mass murder is against the law. SIGN THE PETITION - Click HERE.

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