PEACEFUL PROTEST: Outside home of Judge Clay Jenkins, Dallas, Texas

 28 Jul 2014,

On Saturday, July 26, approximately 30 Dallas area residents lined up for a small and peaceful protest of Clay Jenkins, the Dallas County judge who took it upon himself to invite 2,000 of the unaccompanied alien minors who have crossed into the United States illegally, to come up to Dallas for shelter.

The rally took place in the upscale Highland Park neighborhood of Dallas that the judge calls home; however, Jenkins and his family were reportedly vacationing in California at the time, according to the Dallas Morning News. Organizer Valerie Villarreal told Breitbart Texas that the location was chosen because they knew no one was home. This was a low-key rally that was meant to be civil and send a symbolic statement while standing against Jenkins’ unilateral decision.


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