Vibora (Deborah) Anchondo, the sister of a couple killed in Saturday’s shooting in El Paso, Texas has shown outrage over the “pure evil” demonstrated by Dem politicians who refused to welcome President Donald Trump to the city.
Dying protecting their children from a array of bullets, Andre and Jordan Anchondo were just two of the 22 people killed at the Walmart shooting.
On Wednesday, Trump plans to visit both El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, however two local politicians are seemingly playing politics in the wake of this horrible tragedy.
2020 Dem candidate Beto O’Rourke blamed the attack on Trump once again labeling him a racist.
22 people in my hometown are dead after an act of terror inspired by your racism. El Paso will not be quiet and neither will I. https://t.co/dakFPKj0vJ
— Beto O'Rourke (@BetoORourke) August 7, 2019
Texas Democratic Rep. Veronica Escobar said Monday that Trump “is not welcome.”
“It is shocking to me that [President Trump] is so utterly self-aware, and this is why, from my perspective, he is not welcome here. He should not come here while we are in mourning,” she told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program.
According to The Daily Caller, Vibora (Deborah) Anchondo, Andre Anchondo’s sister, posted an emotional appeal Tuesday on Facebook, telling the “pure evil” Democratic politicians who have repeatedly told the media that Trump is not welcome in the community to eschew politics not to transform a tragic event “into a political issue.”
“It’s such a shame that two of our local politicians (I refuse to say their names as they don’t deserve it) are saying that our President is not welcome on Wednesday,” Anchondo wrote on Facebook. “I cannot believe how these monsters are using the tragic event to push their political agenda.”
“I lost my brother and sister-in-law on Saturday. My family and I are living a horrible nightmare. The visit from our President will be more than comforting to my family. He will not be here for a political agenda. The two monsters from El Paso, who do not deserve to be mentioned by name nor even the nicknames I have for them, are just pure evil. My brother’s body was still laying at Walmart on Saturday night when they decided to make this into a political issue and push their agenda by blaming our President for this. Rather than focusing on the situation and the individual who destroyed the lives of many, these evil people selfishly turned this into a political war. I’m equally as angered by those two as I am with the person who took my brother and his wife from me, typing this I think I feel more animosity towards those two evil politicians.” – Deborah