Trump-Hating Open Borders Advocate Killed by Criminal Illegal Alien (VIDEO)


Open borders advocate and Trump-hater Sean Buchanan was killed by an illegal alien that had taken advantage of the open borders that Buchanan championed.

I feel no sorrow for him, although I have much sympathy for his wife and 5 children. Criminal illegal alien Ramirez Valiente was driving drunk, which his friends say he often does because he is a raging alcoholic, when he crossed into Buchanan’s lane and hit his motorcycle, killing him.

Valiente was driving with a suspended license for previous infractions. Ironically, he who lives by the illegal alien died by the illegal alien.

The Pluralist reported:

A man who criticized President Donald Trump’s immigration policies in the name of progressive Christianity was killed last week by an undocumented immigrant who avoided deportation by hiding in a local “sanctuary church.”

Sean Buchanan, a father of five from Colorado Springs, was driving his motorcycle on Highway 83 when Miguel Ramirez Valiente swerved into his lane and killed him. The immigrant was charged with reckless driving with a revoked license.

Ramirez Valiente received national media coverage in January when he sought sanctuary in All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Buchanan’s hometown. Speaking from the pulpit, he told assembled reporters that he had fled gang violence in El Salvador in 2005. He said he wanted to stay in the United States to care for his wife and three children even though his asylum application was denied…

…When he killed Buchanan, Ramirez Valiente was driving with a suspended license thanks to a 2018 DUI. He was also arrested for reckless endangerment in 2011 and domestic violence in 2016. A district attorney dismissed both charges.

After the crash, a close female acquaintance anonymously told ABC 7 Denver that Ramirez Valiente is “an alcoholic and an abuser.”

Sean Buchanan was a liberal immigration activist

In the years leading up to his death, Buchanan publicly advocated on behalf of asylum seekers like Ramirez Valiente. On Facebook and Twitter, he shared political commentary rooted in a liberal vision of Christianity in between marketing and business tips.