A grieving mother is having none of Republican Presidential Candidate John Kasich's pledge for amnesty within 100 days of him becoming president.
Maureen Maloney's 23-year-old son Matthew was killed when a repeat-offending illegal alien drunk driver hit him.
According to Breitbart, Matthew was survived the initial hit, but kept going for a quarter of a mile caught under the tire of the illegal immigrant's truck as he tried to flee the crime scene.
“Witnesses saw Matthew pinned screaming under the truck ran out and pounded on the vehicle, crying out to the driver who kept going,” Maloney said. Her son was alive for a good portion of it. “He wanted to be a police officer... He liked to help people and do good.”
“The person who killed him should not have been in this country,” Maloney said. Her son's killer “had assaulted police officers, he had assaulted paramedics, multiple drunk drivings, domestic violence and each time he had a run in with the police, he’d go to court, pay his fine and be let go.”
Maloney believes Donald Trump is what the country needs at the minute and someone has to put American lives first.
When she heard about John Kasich's plan to have amnesty within 100 days of becoming president, she felt sick.
“Let him come visit me and let me take him to my son’s grave. My son was a college graduate. He graduated college just three months before he was killed. He worked going through college, worked part time to help pay for his tuition, he graduated debt-free because he helped by for his tuition. And he had just got his first real job and he was killed. He was killed by somebody who had a criminal record and who had drank a case of beer earlier in the day,” she said.
“So, let Kasich come meet with us family members, and let him come visit the graves of our children and then let me see what he thinks about it. Because I don’t know how anybody with any kind of heart or compassion could make that decision.”
Maloney added that she doesn't want her son's death to be in vain and doesn't want anyone else to go through what her family did.