Despicable Rep. Luis Gutierrez Says War Hero John Kelly’s “Mean”, “Vicious”, Not a General

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Hard-left, open borders Democrat Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Illinois responded to Gen. John Kelly [Ret.], after the White House chief of staff dismissed the Chicagoan’s first round of criticisms.

Gutierrez came out today, firing back at Kelly’s response to Gutierrez’s vile insults, saying Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general, is “a politician, OK, not a general.”

“What could be more mean and more vicious than to say ‘you’ve got six months to pack up…and leave the United States’,” Gutierrez said.

“I don’t see [him wearing] a uniform,” Gutierrez told the Washington Post. “He’s a politician who works for Donald Trump.”

No one said they have to pack up and leave yet. If he wants to be angry, he should be angry with Obama for putting through an illegal mandate.

Gutierrez said that the retired officer “did nothing” when Trump impugned Vietnam War veteran Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) last year, saying he preferred soldiers who “weren’t captured.”

Suddenly Gutierrez cares about John McCain?

This back-and-forth began with Gutierrez’s disgusting remarks about the retired General being a “disgrace to the uniform” and a “hypocrite” for siding with “white supremacists” over DACA.

Referencing Gutierrez, Kelly responded by quoting something his mother used to say, “empty barrels make the most noise.” That’s what prompted Gutierrez’s remarks today.

DACA is unconstitutional but Gutierrez could care less about that. Gutierrez, who never served his country and actually works against it, is a dirtbag.

Gutierrez has worked in violation of our laws since he’s been in office. He should be investigated for sedition. Last year, he went around the country teaching illegal aliens how to evade the law. The wretch once called Kate Steinle’s death a “little thing” because to this Marxist, that’s what it is.

In 2015, he praised foreigners coming into the country illegally as victims of an abusive American system.

He also accused judges who blocked the unconstitutional amnesty of being “politicians.”

Listen to his despicable performance with Megyn Kelly in 2015.

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  1. Leftist Louie is about as anti-American as any elected official serving today…..which, sadly, is really saying something. He is the pathetic product of a horribly gerrymandered district in crime ridden Chicago. A wholly dishonorable man, disrespecting an honorable Marine whose son gave his life for our nation.

  2. Two words come to mind: anger and rage and these learned behaviors get worse over time. He’s a poster child for these definitions from Webster’s Dictionary 1828:

    Anger
    AN’GER, noun ang’ger. [Latin ango, to choke strangle, vex; whence angor, vexation, anguish, the quinsy, angina. Gr. to strangle, to strain or draw together to vex. The primary sense is to press, squeeze, make narrow; Heb. to strangle.]

    1. A violent passion of the mind excited by a real or supposed injury; usually accompanied with a propensity to take vengeance, or to obtain satisfaction from the offending party. This passion however varies in degrees of violence, and in ingenuous minds, may be attended only with a desire to reprove or chide the offender.

    Anger is also excited by an injury offered to a relation, friend or party to which one is attached; and some degrees of it may be excited by cruelty, injustice or oppression offered to those with whom one has no immediate connection, or even to the community of which one is a member. Nor is it unusual to see something of this passion roused by gross absurdities in others, especially in controversy or discussion. anger may be inflamed till it rises to rage and a temporary delirium.

    2. Paint; smart of a sore or swelling; the literal sense of the word, but little used.

    AN’GER, verb transitive ang’ger.

    1. To excite anger; to provoke; to rouse resentment.

    2. To make painful; to cause to smart; to inflame; as, to anger an ulcer.

    Rage
    RAGE, noun [Heb. to grind or gnash the teeth.]

    1. Violent anger accompanied with furious words, gestures or agitation; anger excited to fury. Passion sometimes rises to rage

    Torment and loud lament and furious rage

    2. Vehemence or violent exacerbation of any thing painful; as the rage of pain; the rage of a fever; the rage of hunger or thirst.

    3. Fury; extreme violence; as the rage of a tempest.

    4. Enthusiasm; rapture.

    Who brought green poesy to her perfect age, and made that art which was a rage

    5. Extreme eagerness or passion directed to some object; as the rage for money.

    You purchase pain with all that joy can give, and die of nothing but a rage to live.

    RAGE, verb intransitive

    1. To be furious with anger; to be exasperated to fury; to be violently agitated with passion.

    At this he inly rag’d.

    2. To be violent and tumultuous.

    Why do the heathen rage? Psalms 2:1.

    3. To be violently driven or agitated; as the raging sea or winds.

    4. To ravage; to prevail without restraint, or with fatal effect; as, the plague rages in Cairo.

    5. To be driven with impetuosity; to act or move furiously.

    The chariots shall rage in the streets. Nahum 2.

    The madding wheels of brazen chariots rag’d.

    6. To toy wantonly; to sport. [Not in use.]

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