Adrienne Green of The Atlantic writes "From Waitress to State Representative", a puffball interview with newly-elected Rhode Island state Rep. Moira Walsh. Politicians need to be held accountable, no matter their personal stories. Puffball interviews aren't going to hold politicians accountable.
One thing I'd like to see is for Moira Walsh to be asked about her Facebook posting (peekURL.com/z8jMqLS) where she says:
Undocumented workers are the backbone of our workforce. Even though they are marginalized at every turn, threatened at every opportunity, and disrespected across party lines, they continue to provide quality work, millions in tax revenue and they bring with them a rich culture that enhances our community. We need to protect these vulnerable workers from the Donald Trumps of the world.
There are many things wrong with those claims, but the first is discussed on the immigration vulnerable page. Illegal aliens as a group are actually a very highly-protected group, with nearly the entire establishment rushing to their defense for one corrupt reason or another. If you think Moira Walsh is credible, see the last link and compare it to what she says. Then, ask those like Adrienne Green why they won't do things like walk Walsh and others how they're wrong.
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