Anti-Immigrant Rally Speaker Warns Housing Migrant Kids Will Turn 'Massachusetts Into Mexichusetts'

Speaking to an anti-immigrant rally at the Massachusetts statehouse this weekend, Boston radio host Jeffrey Kuhner warned that the state’s plan to take in about 1,000 children fleeing violence in Central America will destroy the country and turn “Massachusetts into Mexichusetts."

A WorldNetDaily report about the protest — which Kuhner called the “Stop The Invasion” rallyclaims that it drew 5,000 people; a local news station estimated that the number was about 1,000.

“As Shakespeare would put it, it is the national question: Shall we be or not be? Shall we exist as a nation jealous of its sovereignty, faithful to its law and its Constitution, protective of its citizens, or are we going to be transformed into a socialist third world banana republic which does what Mini-Me wants to do, what he is in the process of doing, if we don’t stop him now?” Kuhner said. “Because he is going to turn Massachusetts into Mexichusetts. And my answer to him is loud and clear: No mas, no more!”

By “Mini-Me,” Kuhner appears to be referring to Gov. Deval Patrick, who has introduced a plan to temporarily shelter 1,000 of the Central American children who have fled to the U.S. southern border.

Earlier this month, Kuhner devoted a whole episode of his radio show to the “Mexichusetts” theme, railing against Patrick for turning the state into a “dumping ground” and accusing him of “treason.”

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