Latina ICE Officer Shames Ocasio-Cortez & Her Squad: ‘I Love Protecting My Country’

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The Latina Border Patrol officer who went viral after VP Mike Pence’s visit just broke her silence and blasted the Democrats hypocrisy.

Kiara Cervantes schooled Rep. Ocaio-Cortez and the rest of her gang with a simple yet profound defense of her job and ICE.

Fox News reported that Kiara Cervantes wasn’t paying any mind to her haters and instead focused on “the support” she’s been receiving after she caught the public’s eye.

“My job is so hectic at this moment but I am grateful,” Cervantes tweeted on Monday night. “I love protecting my country! And I love my supporters!”

The BPD agent had been answering questions throughout the day from both her fans and people who were outraged with her newfound fame.

Responding to a person who trashed her as “literal scum” and shamed her for being Hispanic — while adding that her parents were going to “disown” her — Cervantes tweeted the following.

“I think that’s really rude and naive of you to say. You have no idea who my parents are and no idea what goes into my job on a daily basis… before speaking on something you know nothing about…. DONT. Regardless I’m blessed and thankful for the career I have.”

She also replied to a tweet from former Daily Caller editor and columnist Scott Greer — who called her a “Latina concentration camp guard.”

“I can’t agree with concentration camps. But… this station in particular isn’t meant to be a holding facility hence the overpopulation of aliens. We are doing our best but some people won’t ever understand. They don’t know the daily of what my job consists of.” Cervantes said.

Upon creating her purported page, Cervantes told her Twitter followers that she takes “a lot of pride” doing her job, which sometimes can be “difficult,” she said.

“Not only because I am Latina,” Kiara Cervantes explained, “but just in general the mass amount of people crossing ILLEGALLY daily and the processing can take a toll on anyone of any gender and any race.”

Many Americans on social media praised the woman as a “latina hero” of the modern society.