During the State of the Union address, President Trump honored the parents of the two girls, Nisa Mickens and Kayla Cuevas, who were murdered by MS-13. The Democrats BOO when they were introduced. Seriously.

Elizabeth Alvarado, Robert Mickens, Evelyn Rodriguez, and Freddy Cuevas were invited to the State of the Union address Tuesday night by President Trump. In September of 2016 their daughters were chased down and brutally murdered by illegal immigrants who were members of MS-13.

The disgusting display by the Democrats was absolutely disgusting.

Democrats BOO Parents of MS-13 Murder Victims

Per Conservative Review:

At one point, as President Trump criticized open borders policies that “have allowed drugs and gangs to pour into our most vulnerable communities” and have “caused the loss of many innocent lives,” the Democrats started to boo. They were cut off as the president continued, pointing to his guests in the gallery.

“Here tonight are two mothers and two fathers:  Evelyn Rodriguez, Freddy Cuevas, Elizabeth Alvarado, and Robert Mickens,” Trump said.

“Their two teenage daughters — Kayla Cuevas and Nisa Mickens — were close friends on Long Island.  But in September 2016, on the eve of Nisa’s 16th Birthday, such a happy time it should have been, neither of them came home. These two precious girls were brutally murdered while walking together in their hometown. Six members of the savage MS-13 gang have been charged with Kayla and Nisa’s murders. Many of these gang members took advantage of glaring loopholes in our laws to enter the country as unaccompanied illegal unaccompanied alien minors — and wound up in Kayla and Nisa’s high school.”

“Evelyn, Elizabeth, Freddy, and Robert:  Tonight, everyone in this chamber is praying for you,” Trump said. “Everyone in America is grieving for you.”

Despite the tribute, this was the reaction:

Absolutely disgusting. How do you not show respect to this grieving family?

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