On Saturday in Janesville, Wisconsin, businessman and congressional candidate Paul Nehlen held a press conference at the wall in front of Paul Ryan’s mansion. In his press prepared speech, Nehlen demanded that Ryan either build a wall to protect the American people or tear down his own wall that keeps Ryan and his family secure. See video below.
“Today, I am calling on Paul Ryan to live under the same conditions, which he’s imposed upon our American communities,” Nehlen said. “Paul Ryan, if you will not build a border wall for America, then I am asking you to tear down your wall. If you will not build a wall to honor the mothers and fathers of the dead, if you will not build a wall to protect our children, then, Sir, you should tear down your wall and show everyone that you will live under the same conditions as they do.”
As Nehlen was making his speech, Ryan’s house was being heavily protected by four large SUVs, a full-size van, several service agents, and a tall fence reinforced by high bushes.
Nehlen also addressed the Americans who have had to bury their children as a result of Paul Ryan’s support for open borders. Nehlen called on Ryan to release the names of the corporate lobbyists he’s working with on immigration: “Today, I’m calling on Paul Ryan to release the names of the corporate lobbyists he’s working with on immigration—the lobbyists who mean more to Ryan than the American fathers and mothers, who have buried their American children as a result of our nation’s open borders.”
See Ryan’s Mansion below:
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