Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) decried Republican “xenophobia” during a Spanish-language speech at a Tri-Caucus press conference on Capitol Hill, hours before the Senate passed its immigration bill.

But when speaking in English, he only accused House Republicans of being “partisan.”

“We have to conclude this job and in the House of Representatives. We need a bipartisan request between Republicans and Democrats so we can lay to rest the xenophobic Republican proposals that have been presented at this moment,” Gutierrez said in comments translated by CNSNews.com.

Elsewhere in his speech, Rep. Gutierrez declared in Spanish that “justice”(justicia) required the legalization of the estimated 11 million illegal aliens now living in the U.S.

“For me, this is a moment of great celebration because in a few hours there will be a bill approved in the Senate that will permit millions of people to leave the shadows and finally find a bit of dignity and a bit of justice… so that the people can finally breath freely in this country.”

However, neither comment figured in Gutierrez’s preceding speech in English.

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  • This was the guy who said we are wetting our pants in fear of them taking over.

    • Oil Can Harry

      “There will be a bill approved in the Senate that will permit millions of people to leave the shadows,,,”
      ..And enter the nearest welfare office!
      Gutierrez has long been the most racist hispanic militant in Congress.

      • Eight-year-old Jeidi Par — one of three U.S. citizen children affected by parent
        deportations who spoke to the crowd last night — recounted how immigration
        agents “seized my father when he was taking out the trash” last
        September.

        Her father, who had applied for asylum years ago but was
        rejected, has now been deported. The girl said she worries that her mother — who
        is also in the country illegally — could be deported.

        “I beg that you ask
        President Obama to stop deportation of my mom, and bring my dad back,” Jeidi Par said.

        Oh boo hoo!

        • borogirl54

          From what I understand that in the Senate version of the immigration bill, people who were deported who have roots in the US, could apply to immigrate to this country. I wonder how many of those who were deported are criminal aliens that we do not need or want back in this country.

          • guest

            Can we deport that guy who loved the poor horse so much? Of course, our treasonous government will never deport ANY illegal immigrant. Murderers, rapists, gang bangers and you name it, they will all be given amnesty

          • jane johnson

            “Roots” in the US, huh? If that’s the case, we need to make our soil WAY less hospitable to these foreign weeds. Maybe some Roundup is in order.

          • They’re all criminals.

        • The__Bobster

          There’s a way to reunite your familia, pobrecita. It’s called the Return of the Jeidi …. to Mexico.

        • Paleoconn

          Are you sure about the name Jeidi Par? i google it, nada. The woman in the car in your photo seems pretty White. Perhaps this is who Obama chooses to deport? Like the German home-schooling family (Romeikes?).

  • Jefferson

    Luis Gutierrez is Puerto Rican. Even though Puerto Ricans get legal citizenship status in the U.S, they are still an ungrateful people.

    Puerto Ricans bite the hand that feeds them.

    • borogirl54

      I think that Puerto Rico should be an independent country. Not a state, as some would want or a territory. The US government has propped up the economy of this island long enough. After all, there are many of the citizens that are on some form of government assistance.

      • The__Bobster

        First we have to repatriate the millions of worthless PR’s residing here.

        • worthless PR’s ?

          • Thor Bonham

            Yeah worthless…Something wrong with that ?

      • Stentorian_Commentator

        Amen. In retrospect, the Spanish-American War was the costliest in U.S. history. Not only are we saddled with the Ricans, but because we took the Philippines as a prize from the Spanish, we placed ourselves right between the Japs and a supply of oil in the Dutch East Indies. Along with belligerent commie lover FDR ready to find any reason to jump on their flank, they concluded it was a calculated risk to attack to push us out of the Western Pacific and clear their path to the oil. Had we not occupied the Philippines, I doubt the Japs would have risked an attack, and there would have been a much better chance that we not get involved in WWII. I know, I realize FDR would have sought out some other provocation, but that was one less opportunity for that scumbag. And if the Japs had run roughshod, so what? Except with respect to the Australians and New Zealanders, I really don’t give a crap who runs what over there, and would the Japs have been much worse to China than the commie Chinese who were allowed to take over?

        • I agree. American interference in foreign wars has ONLY served to exacerbate the problems in this world.

    • The__Bobster

      VDARE.COM has long had a low opinion of Congressman Luis Gutierrez, but we have to admire the forthright way in which he has just acknowledged that what he is doing is treason:

      “I have only one loyalty,” he says, “and that’s to the immigrant community.”

      Keeping Obama to His Word, by Arian-Campo-Flores, Newsweek, November 29, 2010.

      Gutierrez’ Illiinois 4 is a notorious gerrymander, but even so only 40.6% of its population is foreign-born. What about the Americans in the district—does Gutierrez feel no loyalty to them?

      For that matter, what about Gutierrez’ fellow Puerto Ricans? They’re not immigrants, technically. Yet apparently he feels no loyalty to them either.

  • mobilebay

    No, Senor Gutierrez, we will have justice when every illegal alien who broke into our country and everyone who overstayed their visas are sent home with you being in the lead. You are the worst traitor of all times and you’ve made a mockery of pretending to represent Americans

    • The__Bobster

      The Reconquista has never pretended to represent us.

  • Luca

    Why is anyone supposed to care about people living in the shadows? They voluntarily entered that life-style when they jumped the border, trespassed and entered into our cities and towns. They are the engineers of “living in the shadows” and knew exactly what they were in for when they ventured into this folly. I suggest we take them out of the shadows and throw them into the Mexican sunshine or any other country of their origin.

    If they are looking for dignity, the first step would involve admitting they are law breakers and the second step would be to undo their crime by returning to their own country.

    Breaking our laws does not earn one the right to “breathe freely” in this country.

    When you reward negative behavior you can expect more of the same.

    • The__Bobster

      I’ve yet to see an ugly brown squat monster invader who was “living in the shadows”. They are defiantly right in our faces every day.

      • Melanie

        A delegation of them even met with Obozo in the Oval Office. Most legal citizens would never get that opportunity, if they wanted it. In fact, citizens were barred from touring the White House, supposedly due to the sequester, while the _resident still found time to meet with a group of these people “in the shadows”.

        • WR_the_realist

          The authors of that horrible immigration bill met with illegal aliens. Who did they refuse to meet with? Representatives from ICE. Congress is occupied by traitors.

    • itdoesnotmatter

      They do NOT live in the shadows.

      Visit a S.S. office or Emergency Dept. in any Sacramento Valley hamlet. There are no whites to be seen.
      Wall to wall: brown squatters with 6 screaming kids waiting to be seen by mestizo speaking workers. [I will not impugn Euro-Spanish by labeling the illiterate language they speak as “spanish.”]
      If that doesn’t convince you? Go to the nearest Walmart, check out the mestizo families whose kids are all texting on their I Phones. Then, follow them to the parking lot, watch as they board their SUVs.

  • So CAL Snowman

    “Elsewhere in his speech, Rep. Gutierrez declared in Spanish that “justice”(justicia) required the legalization of the estimated 11 million illegal aliens now living in the U.S.’

    Where is the “justicia” in breaking the laws of a sovereign country?

    • jeffaral

      Technically speaking, a “law” must bee enforced, otherwise a “law” is merely a fiction.

  • Spartacus

    “Elsewhere in his speech, Rep. Gutierrez declared in Spanish that “justice”(justicia) required the legalization of the estimated 11 million illegal aliens now living in the U.S.”

    ———————————————————————————————————————

    Any real justice would have ever Mexican, including the ones born in the US, deported immediately back to the third-world country that spawned you.

    • You cannot have justice without law. Since our laws have been thrown aside there is no reason to cry about justice.

  • IstvanIN

    I am xenophobic against people who want to take over my country and kill me. Sorry.

    • The__Bobster

      I think we should just treat the illegal aliens the same way as Mexico treats hers.

  • jane johnson

    What, exactly is a “Tri-Caucus” press conference? Three “caucuses” involved? I wonder which three.

    • dukem1

      Black, brown and even blacker and browner.

      • jane johnson

        I was thinking Hispanic, Black, and Progressive. There really are all three in OUR Congress.

  • The__Bobster

    Obongo did the same thing with his 2012 commercials. The ones in Spanish practically gave away the whole country, while the English ones tried to portray him as a moderate..

    • This is why in the early days voting was restricted in the US. The bums will always vote in favor of more handouts.

  • RisingReich

    The government heads are literally now speaking in tongues.

    • rightrightright

      The forked variety.

  • thebaldchick

    I lived in Gutierrez’s district for several years…years when I was an active anti-illegal immigration blogger and activist, and a member of the Minutemen. In 2007 I attended a pro-amnesty event, and when Gutierrez took the stage to speak I whipped off my jacket to reveal a Tancredo-Sensenbrenner 2008 t-shirt I had whipped up for the occasion. He took one look at me — his constituent — and told the crowd that “the enemy is here.”

    Way to feel represented.

  • thebaldchick

    I lived in Gutierrez’s district for several years…years when I was an active anti-illegal immigration blogger and activist, and a member of the Minutemen. In 2007 I attended a pro-amnesty event, and when Gutierrez took the stage to speak I whipped off my jacket to reveal a Tancredo-Sensenbrenner 2008 t-shirt I had whipped up for the occasion. He took one look at me — his constituent — and told the crowd that “the enemy is here.”

    Way to feel represented.

  • guest

    Just as in South Africa today,
    whites will find themselves a despised, attacked, and increasingly poor
    minority in what used to be their country—and no one in the Main Stream
    Media or the government will lift a voice in their defense.

    That’s what is at stake with this Amnesty/ Immigration Surge bill. It’s not just dispossession—it’s extinction.

    ————————————————————-

    Quote from this article by Nicolas Stix…

    Read it. He is right on EVERY issue in his article. The time is NOW to stop the insanity and if we are to KEEP our own country we had better decide which way we are going to go. We will get no help from “our” government nor the media nor from 90% of the population in OUR own land today. We have let it go for far too long and “they” have labeled US as the enemy. so as to further their agenda to extinguish the White race. The writing is on the wall for all to see.

    http://www.vdare.com/articles/comprehensive-immigration-reform-not-just-the-displacement-but-the-extinction-of-white-amer

  • itdoesnotmatter

    If they asked me I could write a book, as the song goes. I live in the once great state of Calif.

  • Erasmus

    Like Barack Obama, Marco Rubio, Jesse Jackson, Jr. and so many others Sr. Gutierrez is an affirmative action pick. Affirmative action works out so “well” wherever it’s applied.

  • candide

    Guttierez is one of the most obnoxious chicanos I have ever heard.

  • jeffaral

    I wonder who is our REAL enemy: 40% of Whites voted for Obongo.

    • WR_the_realist

      The REAL enemy: Our two party system. 40% of Whites voted against Romney, and I can’t really blame them. I’m sure Romney would be happy to sign that immigration bill if congress passes it. The Republicans are beholden to the corporations who fund their campaigns, not to the white people who vote for them.

  • ricpic

    Resistance is futile without a genuine opposition to rally round. As it stands the Republican Party has no problem with the Left’s assault on traditional white America. I don’t get why whites in massive numbers haven’t already abandoned the Republicans, established a genuine conservative party AND engineered a massive tax revolt. Even failure in those steps would be better than where we are now because taking those actions, with the inevitable backlash from Washington, would result in a much larger number of RADICALIZED whites. At that point secession or separation might actually be realizable and not just a dream.

  • All of these debates on immigration are immaterial. You either hold on to your living space or you are expelled. Besides this is not an immigration problem – it’s an invasion.

  • Thor Bonham

    It’s amazing how far we fell as a country to let the like of people like this into positions of power over us .. This is supposed to be a white country from it’s foundlings ..

    Our founding fathers fought and died for us and we just let it go like little wimps ..
    I’m not say US, me and you.. I’m talking the politicians that were supposed to be on OUR side, and for OUR country . It really is sad ..