Washington Times 
January 12, 2018
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Democrat from Illinois and long-standing member of the Progressive Caucus on Capitol Hill, took to national television — MSNBC, of course — to call out President Donald Trump as a neo-Nazi and KKK leader over comments this commander-in-chief made about “shithole” countries and the need to keep out immigrants who don’t contribute to America.
Gutierrez should go home. And not to the cushy, cozy home of his fellow anti-American elites in Illinois, but rather to Puerto Rico, his home of descent, the home he oh-so-proudly hails from while making political points against conservatives — the home he mentally channels while dinging the president as a racist and a bigot and an enemy of the poor.
When Trump reportedly questioned why America needs to take in immigrants from “shithole” nations like Haiti and South Africa, Gutierrez responded with this, as noted  by Breitbart: “I love the America that my grandson Luisito lives in. Because he doesn’t have to deal with all of the racism and all of the prejudice and the bigotry that I felt personally as a youth in this country. … It was sacrifice. People died so that we wouldn’t have these kinds of repugnant comments.”
That’s a spin.
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