Adorable Immigrant Children Showed Up to Mario Diaz-Balart's Home Singing Christmas Carols
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, himself the son of Cuban immigrants, has promised to champion immigration reform that would pave a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented residents. Though, many are frustrated that the Republican really hasn't done much of any actual work on the issue, so they decided to send him a Christmas present. A group of about a dozen young immigrant children showed up to his home to sing Christmas Carols.
See, political protest doesn't always have to be so angry. Sometimes it can be adorable.
— Kathy Bird-Caicedo (@kathybird305) December 23, 2013
The group waved signs that read, "Less Talk, More Action."
However, it appears that Diaz-Balart wasn't home at the time. According to the Associated Press, police did show up on the scene, but only asked the carolers to stay on the public sidewalk.
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