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‘Angel family’, Trump helpers rally against illegal immigrants-crime

White House Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway speaks about illegal immigrant crime on Friday outside the capital with an “angel families.”

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In the continued fallout over the murder of an Iowa college student, allegedly at the hands of a Mexican man by the Advisor to the President of the Trump joined the “angel family” at a rally outside the U.S. Capitol on Friday, the attention to crimes committed by illegal immigrants.

“You will never be silenced, and your loved ones will never forget,” White House Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway told the families. “Here’s the truth: the opening of borders leads to massive crime. And the massive crime that is totally preventable.”

Others at the rally, the former White House deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka, rep took. Steve King, R-Iowa, and former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who recently lost his Republican bid for the U.S. Senate from Arizona.

“I will also never forget the names of these people, whether it said Mollie Tibbetts or Kate Steinle,” Gorka.

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who recently lost his Republican bid for the U.S. Senate in Arizona, posed for photos on a rally outside the Capitol on Friday.

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Tibbetts went missing after going for a run in Brooklyn, Iowa, 18. July. Police in August arrested a 24-year-old illegal immigrant from Mexico and charged him with her murder.

Steinle shot at Pier 14 in San Francisco by an illegal immigrant in July 2015. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the goods had been deported five times, has been acquitted of Steinle’s murder in the year 2017, after arguing, he shot her by accident.

Trump has highlighted that, in both cases, as he pushes for tougher measures to prevent illegal immigration. Democrats, some of whom are pushing for abolition of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, yields accuse Trump isolated.

More than 10 “angel family” – those whose family were killed by relatives who were illegal immigrants – among the dozens in attendance at the rally.

Several speakers told stories of how their relatives were killed, and spoke of the danger of sanctuary cities, with the argument of illegal immigrants-crime can be prevented by securing the border.

“My daughter Sarah master was killed, less than 24 hours after completing his studies at Bellevue University,” said Michelle strain, one of the founders of the “angel family” organization.

Former White House deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka said that he will never “forget the names of these people, whether it’s Mollie Tibbetts, or it’s Kate Steinle.”

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Root said, her 21-year-old daughter was on the way home after celebrating her graduation with friends on Jan 31, 2016. Sarah stopped at a light in Omaha, Nebraska, to kill as an illegal immigrant rear end of your car at a high speed, you. Master said, the suspect posted bond, but fled before them in court.

“He’s always said still on the loose,” Root. “We are still trying to find him to get justice for our daughter, and to prevent him from killing someone else in the family.”

Mary Ann Mendoza of Arizona tells the story of how her son, Brandon, a police officer was killed by an illegal immigrant in a head-on collision in may 2014, in Phoenix.

“It is important that our citizens know the extent of the crimes committed,” Mendoza says.

A man holds a “securing the border” sign outside of Washington, DC rally Friday to protest against illegal immigrant crime.

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Mendoza has issued a warning to tell you to watch this, that it is a real “problem”.

“You go to know someone – a friend, a family member, will be affected by illegal [immigrants], the crime in the future,” she said. “It is inevitable.”

Neither Tibbetts nor Steinle families participated in the rally. Tibbetts father, Rob Tibbetts, negotiated recently with politicians to “leave us out of your debate,” to say, “I’m going to beg you to stop.”

“Allow us to mourn in peace and with dignity,” Tibbetts wrote last week in the des Moines Register.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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