White House deputy Assistant Sebastian Gorka said today that objections to President Trump's Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement office, or VOICE, are "un-American." Trump announced the program during his address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday evening. VOICE is intended to provide services to victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens. In addition, it is tasked with producing quarterly reports on "the effects of the victimization by criminal aliens present in the United States."
When Trump mentioned VOICE in his address, Democrats assembled in the chamber at the Capitol audibly booed and groaned.
Gorka, a native of the United Kingdom of Hungarian parentage, said the Democrats' reaction was not only "un-American," but also "disgusting." During an interview with WPHT, Gorka said, "Do I have to comment on that?" Gorka said. "It was so disgusting. We want to help the victims, the victims of crime, the victims of people who have already broken the law by being here. If you object to that, you are in favor of pain, in favor of tragedy, and in favor of chaos, and that is un-American."