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Christian Radio Host Upset Over Immigrants Living in Washington D.C. (Video)

| by Michael Allen

American Family Association (AFA) Director of Governmental Affairs and Christian talk show host Sandy Rios recently complained about the high number of immigrants living in Washington D.C.

Rios told AFA head Tim Wildmon how immigrants seem to be the majority in D.C., notes RightWingWatch.org (video below).

“In Washington D.C., sometimes when we are in public places it’s hard to find any natural-born Americans, you are the minority,” said Rios. “When I go through McDonald’s or whenever I interact with illegal immigrants... they are legion... my responsibility is to be kind and gracious.”

According to MigrationInformation.org, immigrants comprise 13.5% of D.C.'s population.

Wildmon later warned that immigration reform would lead to “the end of the Republican Party as we know it."

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Rios predicted that immigration reform would happen under Speaker of the House John Boehner.

“I would say that the Republican leadership is under a strong delusion," added Rios. "I don’t understand it, I can’t explain it except that they just don’t get out enough, they need to go live in Mississippi, they need to go live in Nebraska, wherever, because the sanity seems to leave them.”

In more conservative anger today, Fox News host Gretchen Carlson was incensed about a statue planned by Satanists to sit next to the Ten Commandments near Oklahoma's capitol.

RawStory.com reports that Carlson got her groups wrong when she tweeted, "Atheists unveil Satan statue plan for OK capital: smiling kids with goat headed demon!"

After being called out on her mistake, Carlson deleted the tweet and hit back on Twitter: "Stop the hate tweets. I made a simple mistake. Thx. [sic] I’m not stupid or asking everyone to believe in my God. Thx.”

Sources: RightWingWatch.org, MigrationInformation.org, Twitter, RawStory.com