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By Michelle Malkin  •  June 1, 2007 12:28 PM

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Protesting Trent Lott–and the whole lot of ’em. Photo: Clarion-Ledger

This photo of the day comes from a protest of the shamnesty bill in front of Trent Lott’s office this morning, organized by the Eagle Forum and the Mississippi Federation for Immigration Reform. The Clarion-Ledger reports:

“We’re here because we want to voice our frustration with Sen. Lott’s position on the bill which will be going before the Senate next week and will extend amnesty to 12 (million) to 20 million people that are here illegally,” said Rodney Hunt, MFIRE president.

Hunt said illegal immigration is a national and local problem that needs to be addressed.

“There are, in the United States right now, 630,000 people who have been ordered to deport by federal immigration judges that have faded into the woodwork, and our government doesn’t know where they’re at,” he said…

…Dot Ward, Madison resident and Eagle Forum member, said she participated in the protest because she felt “there’s a disconnect with Congress and the White House and the average citizen.”

No kidding.

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