Once again, the left is proving just how anti-American they are with these idiotic ‘Abolish ICE’ protests. Do they even know what ICE does? Do they have a clue about all of the dangerous people and drugs that come across our border? Well, someone who REALLY has no clue about ICE or the meaning of the Statue of Liberty climbed the base of the statue in protest yesterday.  The Congolese immigrant sat at the base of the Statue of Liberty after climbing up to protest ICE via the ‘Rise and Resist’ group. As it turns out, she’s not a model US citizen…THE LEFT HAS DONE A GREAT JOB OF INDOCTRINATING THIS LOW INFORMATION VOTER…

Daily Mail reports:

The woman who climbed the Statue of Liberty on Independence Day has been revealed to be a Congolese immigrant, 44, who was arrested last year for assaulting a cop at a protest and is said to attend one anti-Trump demonstration a week.

Therese Okoumou, 44, was snatched by police at 6.30pm after two-hours perched on the 89-feet-high pedestal of the New York Harbor monument wearing a t-shirt that said ‘Rise and Resist’ on one side and ‘Trump Care Makes Us Sick’ on the other.

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Okoumou lives in Staten Island and arrived from the Democratic Republic of Congo 10 years ago. She is highly active in anti-Trump demonstrations and a member of Rise and Resist, which unfurled an ‘abolish ICE’ banner before her climb.

The personal trainer was arrested in August 2017 for trespassing and obstruction of government administration during a demonstration at the New York Department of Labor, reported the New York Daily News.

Although Rise and Resist say they do not condone her decision to climb the Statue of Liberty, member Jay Walker said she had been a member for ‘four or five months’ who came along to a protest most weeks.



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