The Washington Times reported that for the second time in six months, a group of pro-illegal alien protesters stormed inside the private northern Virginia residence of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.
About two dozen ‘illegal alien’ activists from a group called Casa de Virginia appeared at the Cantor’s condo complex in Arlington at about 8 p.m. Thursday. One distracted the complex’s front desk clerk long enough to allow the rest to stream into the lobby area.
Once inside, they attempted to distribute fliers to residents accusing Cantor of being “the one man blocking immigration reform.” They also loudly chanted, according to residents. At least one protester shouted through a bullhorn.
Police were called and the protesters continued their outrageous behavior on the sidewalk outside the complex before finally leaving around 9 p.m. No one was reported injured and no arrests were made.
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An affiliated group called Casa en Action did the exact same thing at Cantor’s condo complex in November. In that incident, one protester gained entry by pretending to inquire about getting a unit, then letting the others in.
Both times, the groups did not alert anyone in the media that they would be invading the residence uninvited — despite the fact that publicity is usually the main point of such an event.