U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has a very special message for members of the MS-13 gang, the Central American criminal organization that has taken root throughout North America: the feds are coming after you and they will not stop until all of you are behind bars.
During a visit to New York City, Sessions gave a speech at the United States Courthouse in Central Islip on Long Island, in which he railed against the violent group that has claimed innocent lives across the country and beyond.
“The MS-13 motto is kill, rape and control,” he said. “I have a message to the gangs that are targeting our young people: We are targeting you. We are coming after you.”
“We cannot continue with this transporting across our border illegal immigrants who have not been properly vetted and actually are part of criminal organizations,” Sessions later added.
Just over two weeks prior to Sessions’ visit to Long Island, four teenagers were found brutally murdered near a soccer field, a heinous crime that sparked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to create a special division of the New York State Police to specifically combat MS-13. According to the FBI, Long Island alone houses 200 “hardcore members” of the gang.
Since liberalism is a mental disorder, Sessions’ entirely uncontroversial visit was met by roughly 200 deranged protestors who met up on the courthouse steps to voice their concerns about the Trump administration. The irony was not lost on Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY), who invited Sessions to meet with local law enforcement.
“They should be on their knees thanking him, not out there protesting. It’s shameful, it’s disgraceful that leaders in the community would criticize the attorney general,” he said.
Watch Sessions’ full remarks below: