Report: Militant Representative Louis Gutierrez Not Seeking Reelection…

Representative Louis Gutierrez (D-IL) is a long-time Marxist in congress who is an open-border activist.  Representative Gutierrez has previously requested illegal aliens to cross the Southern U.S. border and target any border patrol official possible.

As a militant immigration activist Mr. Gutierrez has also supported MS-13 gang strikes in the U.S. and advocated for illegal aliens to register to vote to influence U.S. elections.  He generally keeps his most visible vitriol reserved for Spanish-speaking audiences.

Gutierrez surprised many people today with a report he will not seek reelection this year for his Chicago district. Gutierrez owns a home in Puerto Rico so there’s a possibility the opportunity for unaccountable federal recovery money flowing into PR might be too enticing to pass up. An opportunity exists to make millions from the inherent political corruption in the island.  Regardless, there’s also a financial lobbying angle available.

CHICAGO – Signaling the end to a quarter century career in Congress, Rep. Luis Gutierrez will announce Tuesday that he will not seek re-election, Democratic sources tell the Chicago Sun-Times.

[…]  Known as “El Gallito” (Spanish for “The Little Rooster”) for his slight build and combative political style, Gutierrez also has been a major player for decades in the long-running debate over the future of Puerto Rico, his ancestral homeland.

He owns an oceanfront townhouse in Puerto Rico.

His 4th Congressional District, which was drawn to better represent the Chicago area’s growing Hispanic communities, includes many neighborhoods and inner-ring suburbs with large Mexican and Puerto Rican populations.  (read more)

Gutierrez was the leading voice behind the 2014 Gang-of-Eight amnesty vote in the House of Representative that almost took place.  It was only Eric Cantor’s primary defeat by challenger Dave Bratt that stopped that grand GOPe usurpation.

The entire DC leadership apparatus, both republicans and democrats, support amnesty for illegal aliens. The UniParty has been paid to deliver this outcome.

In the legislative system the corporations and lobbyists have constructed, it genuinely doesn’t matter what voters think.

A very insightful PBS documentary “The Immigration Battle” lays out exactly what took place during the 2013/2014 legislative time frame. If you have not watched the documentary I would strongly recommend you do so, it is profoundly enlightening.

The documentary walks you through a timeline explaining exactly who was doing what at the times discussed.  Here’s the trailer:

Watch Full Documentary – HERE

After the Senate passed the comprehensive immigration reform bill (2013), the activity shifted to the House of Representatives. Paul Ryan, John Boehner, Kevin McCarthy, Eric Cantor and Luis Gutierrez was part of the team supporting passage.

Eventually, against ever increasing pressure from President Obama’s bully pulpit, it came to a moment in the House (June 2014) where Speaker John Boehner was going to take up a vote on the Senate Bill.

Speaker Boehner, Paul Ryan and a few other close insiders had been holding secret meetings discussing support for the bill. On Friday June 6th 2014 Boehner recognized there was now enough support for passage – he also knew it was going to be controversial.

Boehner - Cantor- McCarthy - House-GOP-leaders-

Boehner asked Kevin McCarthy (House Majority Whip) to whip the vote and get a confirmed vote count on Monday June 9th 2014. Unbeknownst to both GOP and DEM rank-and-file membership Boehner, Ryan and Eric Cantor already knew they had the votes for passage – the request to McCarthy was merely to confirm.

Speaker John Boehner was planning to schedule the vote for Thursday June 12th or Friday June 13th the consideration on either date circled around political benefit through the media: Was it better to celebrate, if so Thursday -or- was it better to pass and get out of dodge, if so Friday.

So the GOP House Members were officially whipped on Monday June 9th. The results confirmed what John Boehner and Paul Ryan already knew – They had enough votes to pass it.

On Tuesday June 10th Speaker Boehner, Eric Cantor (Majority Leader) and Kevin McCarthy (Majority Whip) had lunch together discussing timing the vote Thursday night or Friday Morning.

However, later that same night the results from the 2014 Virginia primary showed an unknown conservative outsider, Dave Brat, had defeated (primaried) Eric Cantor. At 7:00pm Tuesday night the first word went out that Cantor had lost.

cantor vs bratBoehner, McCarthy and Cantor were STUNNED beyond belief.

The next day, Wednesday June 11th, the House of Representatives was also in a state of shock – Almost the entire reason for the defeat was the controversial immigration position of Cantor.

Immediately panicked GOP congress critters were calling Kevin McCarthy and revoking their previous (2 days earlier) positions of support for the bill. By lunchtime Wednesday June 11th it was obvious the Immigration Bill was NOW DEAD in the House.

That’s how close it was. Literally within hours of a vote for passage.

Amnesty didn’t die because of Senator Ted Cruz or anything he did or didn’t do. The gang of eight bill had already passed the senate.

Amnesty died exclusively because candidate Dave Brat beat House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Period.

Dave Brat

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222 Responses to Report: Militant Representative Louis Gutierrez Not Seeking Reelection…

  1. canadacan says:

    This is great article.
    Comprehensive and lightning it’s a must save takes awhile to read but it’s worth it


  2. Atticus says:

    What skeletons does “Looie” have in his closet?

    Liked by 3 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      I’m sure there are at least some, and maybe some very bad ones.

      Liked by 1 person

    • doc00 says:

      Just thinking out loud, while the sexual harassment crime wave is drowning allot of congressional members, there is a sentence in the commentary above that says Luis own major property in Puerto Rico. Could details of that ownership and payouts from the Puerto Rican Government be lingering below the surface?

      Liked by 4 people

    • ahem says:

      I understand he announced this only the day after submitting his papers to run again! He must have had a lucid dream that night and seen the Ghost of Future Prison Term.

      He’s terrified of something.

      I remember seeing a 60 Minutes profile on him once where he recounts an episode where he was alone in an elevator with Dan Rostenkowski, who glared at him and said:”Don’t you _ever_ introduce legislation that puts _your_ hand in _my_ pocket.” Apparently Gutierrez was an innocent, wide-eyed community organizer at the time and had yet to learn the ways of Washington.


      • dandtoy says:

        Or, he has been asked to Run for President


      • Brant says:

        Mick mulvaney said $50M in coffers. Maybe some was going somewhere.


      • nightmare on k st says:

        a little back ground, Luis supported Rahm Emanuels 2015 re-election instead of fellow Hispanic rival Chuy Garcia, who only lost by 6pts in a run off, Luis likely was promised that Rahm would not seek another term, Luis quits, endorses Chuy for his seat, which releaves some of that Hispanic suspicion (Luis is from Puerto Rico, Chuy born in Mexico, by far more Mexicans than PR, PR are already citizens, and speak better English, just get on a plane you’re legal, while Mexicans have illegal cross border struggle, different view points/situation) with Chuy in Congress, Luis would get both their support for a run for Mayor

        Luis is a Democrat team player, expect promotion here, DACA or no DACA


  3. Jim Rogers says:

    The “Little Rooster’s” timing is suspect….. With the lid about to be lifted from Congress’s sexual-harassment cookie jar, the “Little Rooster” may have had his pecker placed in more than one chicken-coop!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Didn’t Conyers threaten to spill the beans on others? Wonder if this spat of announcements is related?

    Liked by 2 people

  5. tuskyou says:

    I heard about this earlier today on a local Chicago channel. The reporter was concerned about the impact this would have on immigrants “under the current administration”. Then she shifted to fretting about possible replacements.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      That’s a joke, Chicagoland is infested with illegal aliens, not immigrants.
      Crooked politicians and political operatives abound here too, they always have.

      Rod Blagojevich is just the latest governor to go to prison in Illinois.
      So did Otto Kerner, Dan Walker, and Jim Ryan. We’ve had Jesse Jackson Jr., Bobby Rush, Buraq Obummer, Richard Daley, Rostenkowski, Hastert, Rahm Emanuel, Dick Durbin, Tony Rezko, Valerie Jarrett, Bill Ayers, and plenty more.
      33 Chicago aldermen have been convicted and sent to jail since 1973.

      Hillary is from the suburb of Park Ridge, and her hero Saul Alinsky is from Chicago.

      Liked by 2 people

      • tuskyou says:

        I live in Illinois so I’m well aware of everything you listed. The reporter was so dramatic about “under the current administration” like Gutierrez was the only thing standing between them and immediate deportation.


      • pattyloo says:

        native chicagoan here. so glad to see him go. unfortunately, i’m sure they have a replacement lined up who will be just as crooked.


      • lisaginnz says:

        I’m from Wilmette, Illinois (northern suburb of Chicago)… Specifically never lived inside the city limits. I’ve fled 10 years ago to NZ. (lovely down here)…

        About 15 yrs ago, one of my friends advised she had to “obtain” SSN numbers and/or driver’s licenses for her (illegals) staff for the husband’s restaurants (mexican food).

        Basically, somewhere in the bowels of Chicagoland, there is a purchase scheme to get illegals employed – giving them SSN numbers and/or IL driver’s licenses. Even if there had ILLEGALLY entered the USA.

        Do I have proof? Nope… just from my conversation with her – and the “understanding” that was how it’s done in the Chicago area for “all” restaurants.

        I also heard the WATER department in Chicago – and aldermans – are basically a mafia. You don’t have to pay for water for your high-rise buildings if you line the pockets of your local aldermen/women and their cronies.

        No proof for that either….

        Basically Chicago is corrupt as sh*t.

        Glad I left…. sad though…. I worked many years in the loop for financial firms – was so much fun taking the Metra into the city every day – sun – or snow.

        I have family and friends there… and I worry for their safety as the city slowly declines….


        Liked by 1 person

      • Twinsonic says:

        Operation Greylord – 93 indictments (Cook County Judges!!!!)
        Operation Silver Shovel – 18 indictments
        Operation Incubator – 9 indictments
        Operation Lantern – 23 indictments
        Operation Gambit – 5 indictments
        Operation Safebet – 68 indictments
        You are correct on the 33 Chicago aldermen – add in Chicago City Hall, Cook County Sheriff Police, and County and the Chicago Mob. These named indictments were back in 1980’s and 1990’s.

        Also, read the Chicago Magazine’s article on how the Cook County Judges get reelected by using the Chicago’s Gangs……….

        Liked by 1 person

    • Lindenlee says:

      Not “immigrants”….. “INVADERS”.


  6. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    remember how he attacked Session during the last hearing. not so smug anymore huh?


  7. Tejas Rob says:

    With all of these rats bailing out, both Dem and GOP, I have to wonder if maybe we have a white hat somewhere, say the NSA (Rogers) telling these guys that they can “leave quietly, or else”.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Brett says:

    Thank you Lord! There is still time to put him in prison, for treason and inciting rebellion.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. EternalVigilanc3 says:

    30 mins into the documentary, i would recommend watching it. Its a perspective of congress you normally dont see. Trigger warning about the liberal slant.


  10. Brant says:

    I wonder if this is a result of Mick Mulvaney in place now at CFPB. Mick said there was $50M in the coffers and he was stopping any outgo…….wonder if some of that was earmarked for somewhere……

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Brant says:

    Maybe a lot of this is Sessions at work……..

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Athena the Warrior says:

    For Luis to be leaving a position he basically owns, to me means that something really big is heading down the pipeline and he’s running away as fast as he can.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. MVW says:

    Puerto Rico government needs industrial lysol. Puerto Rico citizens are in dire need of relief from the corruption.


  14. kate says:

    I am thanking God everyday for the surprises he has given us, now our great America is coming back, Thank you Our Lord.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Justah says:

    At least the Gutierrez district is all in one city – check out another Rabid Leftist in Texas – Lloyd Doggett – his Gerrymandered District takes in 2 Large Texas Cities – Austin & San Antonio.


  16. das411 says:

    is he also wearing the season’s latest fashion in ankle monitors i mean walking boots?


  17. Bendix says:

    I want to cut Puerto Rico loose, like yesterday.
    We’d still give them the storm recovery help they had coming due to the arrangement in place when it hit, of course, but we’d be helping an independent country.
    I’m sick of this American citizen/not American nonsense.
    I consider it a threat to the US.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. shadowcole says:

    Maybe it has something to do with this:

    There are over 4k sealed indictments across the country now filed between the end of Oct. and last Wednesday.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Coast says:

    Please join NumbersUSA and get involved.


  20. denise perez says:

    The house in Puerto Rico is small change folks. I wonder whether his resignation is tied to the payoff made on behalf of House members to former female staffers? The House should release the list of ALL members of Congress on whose behalf the payoff/settlements were made. The Congressman should publicly support the disclosure. of the list before his term is up.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Jim says:

    I wonder if Gutierrez gets popped the first day out of office? That would be a wonderful end to an enemy of America.. Just saying…


  22. G. Combs says:

    Just a note on
    Babies Don’t Provide Anchors! « Publius-Huldah (Constitutional Scholar)

    A bit of history: Anchor babies, birthright citizenship, and the 14th Amendment with LOTS of links

    Anchor Babies are quite new.
    Ann Coulter: Justice Brennan’s footnote gave us anchor babies

    “[…]In fact, this alleged right derives only from a footnote slyly slipped into a Supreme Court opinion by Justice Brennan in 1982. You might say it sneaked in when no one was looking, and now we have to let it stay.[…]”

    now we have to let it stay. Not quite Ann, (A bit of dis-info mind twisting there.) Guess what?A SUPREME COURT DECISION CAN BE REVERSED!!!!

    This Anchor Baby decision was followed in 1965 by Ted Kennedy’s revamping of the entire immigration system leading to low skilled third world immigration and the HE!! we are now seeing today after 50 years.

    Numbers USA has a great article on the extensive damage done by Ted Kennedy:


    • frankie says:

      The book “Ellis Island: When America Did Immigration Right” notes 500 babies were born on Ellis Island and only one of them got American citizenship because her father was an American citizen.

      The author noted the others were classified as aliens, like their parents.

      The 14th Amendment was designed to give blacks born in the US citizenship. This had to happen before passage of the 15th Amendment, which gave black men the right to vote. Much of the 14th Amendment was aimed at punishing Confederate politicians and senior Confederate officers.

      American Indians as a class did not become citizens till 1924. The author pointed that out too.

      Baby blanket bingo didn’t make one a citizen.


  23. florida91 says:

    Allegations coming down the pike. That’s why he’s not seeking reelection?


  24. florida91 says:

    We need to cut Porko Rico loose as well as the US. Virgin islands. Worthless
    Liberal Democrat teat-suckers.


  25. jmclever says:

    I wonder if his decision not to run again has anything to do with a lack of funding from his Saudi benefactor? Or maybe a bombshell sexual misconduct case?


  26. Donna in Oregon says:

    He smells money in Puerto Rico. My guess is Chicago is chump change compared to the $$$ for the hurricane.

    Former Puerto Rico Attorney General Jose Fuentes on Sunday took aim at San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz, accusing her of attacking President Trump and using hurricane relief efforts to lay the groundwork for a gubernatorial bid.

    “The mayor of San Juan is a political hack,” Fuentes said on CNN’s “New Day.”

    Fuentes accused Cruz of making an about-face, saying she supported Trump until her political adviser suggested the idea of running for governor.

    “She is singing the praises of the president until her political adviser, [Rep.] Luis Gutiérrez from Chicago, got there and brought her the t-shirts and said, ‘Hey you want to run for governor, if she wants to run,” he continued until the anchor cut him off, pointing to audio issues.


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