Desperate Elderly Woman Pleads with Government to HELP HER Instead of Illegals

An elderly Colorado woman struggling to make ends meet pleaded with her local government to help her rather than continuing to throw the kitchen sink at illegal immigrants – echoing a sentiment felt by Americans ALL OVER.

The woman is a resident of Lakewood, a suburb of Denver, Colorado – one of the most far-left sanctuary cities in the country.

While speaking to the city council, the woman revealed how housing and feeding illegal immigrants could cost their city ALONE $576 million per year, saying, “we are headed for a tsunami.”

“I’m here to speak on behalf of the poor, the elderly, who are struggling because of the issues that you deal with and how you dealt with them.”

She goes on to note how because she lives on a fixed income she has been unable to keep up with the Democrats’ crushing inflation and has been forced to resort to food banks, but that every time she goes the illegal immigrants are” pushing her out as they cut line” and “taking more food than they need.”

The woman adds that everything has gotten too expensive for people like her – from housing, to insurance, to something as simple as clothes – noting that she’s been having to go to Goodwill to get clothes.

Meanwhile, you see migrants crossing our border illegally and being handed free phones, prepaid debit cards, clean clothes, free housing and free food. When will this madness end?

“For God’s sakes, help me,” the woman concludes.

Sadly, this is the life that the Democrats America last policies are turning into the new American norm.

Watch the video here to see this woman’s powerful message.


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