Illegal March Costs Denver More Than Super Bowl

This article was sent in by Arlen Sphincter. Arlen says - “It’s sad that the taxpayers have to fork over $18,000 so that these
people can demand rights they have no claim to. I would have rather seen the money spent on bricks and razor wire.”

Rocky Mountain News

Denver spent more than $18,000 in added police protection, porta-potties and traffic management for the Monday immigrant rights march and rally that drew 75,000 people to Civic Center.

The city’s estimates indicate the city spent $11,000 on added police protection and $7,240 to prepare for and clean up after Monday’s “We Are America” march.

Those estimates for prep and cleanup costs compare with the $4,813 cost for the Denver Broncos 1999 Super Bowl champion parade, a celebration that drew 375,000 to Civic Center.

5 Responses to “Illegal March Costs Denver More Than Super Bowl”

  1. Jimmy Says:

    Another reason why we need a 30% tax on all money transfers to points south. Why is it always us, the real Americans, who have to pay for raza……………………….

  2. Eddie B. Says:

    Sure would buy a lot of bricks.

  3. Mike Says:

    Those Legal Mexican Citizens have lots of nerve!

  4. IllegalsGoHome Says:

    Jeez! is there ANYTHING they do that doesnt cost taxpayers boatloads of money?

  5. Sherri Says:

    Why are tax dollars being paid in support of illegal alien marches and boycotts? This is ridiculous! All it’s doing is supporting their behavior.

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