Illegal working as fellow for DNC

Cindy Nava, a 26-year-old illegal alien from Chihuahua, Mexico who was brought to New Mexico as a child by her parents, is among a group a fellows from around the country working for the Democratic National Committee to help the party organize ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

According to a Pew Research poll released last week, 72% of Americans do not believe the country’s 11 million illegal residents should be granted amnesty. It’s that respect for the rule of law — or, as Democrats surely see it, antagonism toward illegals — that propelled Nava into politics:

Nava became more involved in Democratic politics and open about being undocumented as she transferred to the University of New Mexico. After visiting the state legislature for the first time, Nava came under the wing of longtime Las Cruces Democratic state Sen. Cynthia Nava and other legislators. Nava, the Dreamer, bridged her advocacy work on immigration to her growing passion for lawmaking.

She became active in Democratic women’s groups and also campaigned for Obama in 2012, reaching out to New Mexico families of mixed immigration status. Nava said she tried to convince eligible voters in a family to advocate for their undocumented relatives.

“Even though you can’t vote, that doesn’t mean you don’t have a voice,” Nava recalled saying to immigrants in her community. It was a reality the Dreamer said she came to understand in becoming involved and watching the push for immigration reform grow stronger — culminating with the president’s 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals program. She sobbed when she heard the news.

Anyone want to argue that the Democrats don’t just want amnesty to secure millions of votes?