'Angel Mom' on Migrant Family Reunification Rallies: 'Nobody Fights for Us Anymore'
A woman whose husband and two children were killed in a crash involving an illegal immigrant said Saturday that America is only seeing one side of the story when it comes to family reunification.
Courtney Hacking's husband Peter, 4-year-old daughter Ellie and 22-month-old son Grayson died instantly when an illegal immigrant without a driver's license drove head-on into their car on March 31, 2016.
Hundreds of protests are planned for Saturday, calling for the reunification of children and their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Hacking said on "Cavuto Live" that the issue is a "sticky situation" because although she doesn't believe any child should be separated from their parent, she'll won't get the chance to see hers again.
Hacking said that parents are separated from their kids every day, permanently, due to the actions caused by illegal immigrants.
"We see one side of the story, but we don't see the other," she said.
Protesters on Saturday rallied under the Families Belong Together banner, and pushed against the president's highly controversial "zero tolerance” policy at the border.
Hacking said the immigration laws that are in place need to be more strictly enforced and expanded upon as well.
"I want to see follow-through," she said. "I want to see our country be our country ... at the moment I'm seeing our citizens being treated with less respect and common courtesy than illegal immigrants."
"We have people fighting and protesting for immigration policies and allowing them to stay, but nobody fights for us anymore and I would like to see our government fight for us."
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