A ‘GANGBANGER’ KILLED HIS SON … That’s Why He Says THIS About DONALD TRUMP

VIA| Jameil Shaw Sr. lost his son at the hands of an unauthorized immigrant years ago, but now Shaw is gearing his family’s hardship to lend support to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

In 2008, Jameil Shaw Jr. was murdered by Pedro Espinoza, a Mexican illegally in the U.S. who mistook the 17-year-old for a rival gang member.

Due to lax enforcement of immigration laws, Espinoza had been released from the Los Angeles County jail, despite having multiple gun charges.

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But on Monday, Shaw Sr. penned an op-ed in USA Today, reaffirming his support for Trump. Shaw, who has stumped for the billionaire’s campaign in previous months, wrote:

“The gangbanger who shot my son was in this country illegally. He was not supposed to be here. If Donald Trump is elected president, illegals like the one who shot my son will not be allowed to live in our country.”

Shaw also praised Trump’s immigration policy plan, which the real estate mogul has made into a cornerstone of his candidacy.

Noting that Trump’s plan favors deportations, Shaw writes that the deportations of criminals “like the one who murdered my son” are of the utmost importance, adding:

“Some question the humanity of deportations, which might separate parents and children. What about American families like mine that will forever be separated? There is no humanity in the death of a child, and there is no excuse for our current immigration policies.”

Shaw’s op-ed ends with a statement of support for Trump and that he “stands for America.”

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