An Invitation to the White House

Last year I got to attend the launch of VOICE in Washington,DC.

VOICE = Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement, a Office within the Department of Homeland Security  was created by President Donald Trump to acknowledge and serve the many needs of crime Victims and their families who have been effected by crimes committed by illegal aliens.

It was such an honor to be a part of this very important and successful office, that will help many others like myself.

This year the 1 year anniversary of VOICE turned out even more special, because President Trump joined in the celebration.

On June, 22nd, after spending  time at ICE Headquarters and learning about the success and operations of VOICE , I got to say Thank You and share a Domhug with the former acting Director Thomas Homan, who retired the next day and got to spend time with the wonderful and supportive team at VOICE . Barbara Gonzalez, Assistant Director, Jon Feere, Senior Advisor and Doretha McCallum, Chief Of Staff have become dear and close friends who are only a call away.

VOICE invited many other Families who lost loved ones at the hands of an illegal alien and together we were shuttled to the White House. Upon arrival we learned that President Trump and Vice President Pence would welcome us at the Oval Office. What a thrill and true treasure those moments were.

As I entered the Oval Office, I got very emotional and had to take a deep breath to take it all in. What a stunning place with so much incredible history. My heart was beating so fast and every second will be forever etched into my memory.

We were personally greeted by the President and Vice President and got to spend some private time with them. No cameras or reporters were present. We asked  President Trump to sign the posters of our loved ones and he graciously accepted.

A tear was rolling down my face because despite being honored and excited, a sadness overcame me. I remembered why I was even there in the first place.

For my Dominic. For many other Vicitms of illegal alien crime.

Afterwards we were taken to the Eisenhower office building next door to the White House for a Press Conference.

Some of us got to share our tragedies and then got invited to follow-up interviews on FOX. I appeared on The Ingram Angle with Laura Ingram.

As usual, no other main stream media wanted to talk to us and hear our side.

CNN, MSNBC and others just don’t seem to want their viewers to know the horrific and very preventable crimes committed by illegal aliens that could affect them at any given moment.

June 22, 2018 will forever be etched in my memory and heart. This powerful visit to the White House gave me new strength and energy to continue the fight against the Illegal Alien invasion and to continue to speak up, with the hope others won’t ever have to deal with this issue and grief.

Illegal immigration doesn’t just cost America a lot of money, but many innocent lives.

A heartfelt Thank You to all the kind and every supportive messages I received since and each one is truly appreciated and helps immensely.

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