"This ruling has a major impact on lives of millions of families who now are forced to remain in the shadows," she said, during a Loud & Clear broadcast.
According to González-Rojas, a lower court's ruling, that US President Barack Obama had overstepped his executive authority by taking executive action on immigration in 2014, was unjust, as the logic behind the President's action wasn't to commandeer immigration policy, but to protect innocents and bolster the national workforce.
"It was an important action by the President to stand by his commitment to take some action, in the light of Congressional failure," González-Rojas said. "And now four million undocumented parents live under the threat of deportation, and these are people who have no record, who are simply trying to live, work and survive in this country."
Now that "common sense policies" have been blocked, parents are afraid to leave the house, take their children to school, or get health care. The Supreme Court's tie, demarcated clearly on political lines, that sent the decision back to the last circuit court will have a huge negative impact on the lives and health of the community, González-Rojas said.
"For many women and families who are denied health coverage because they are undocumented, or even those who are legal-permanent residents, but are unfairly denied from medication and other services during the first five years in the country, that is a problem for the health of our community," she said.
González-Rojas added that it is frustrating how four individuals affect the lives of so many by "kicking really major issues we have at States, back down to this lower court."
"It's the lack of leadership and the lack of a full comprehensive Supreme Court to be able to make actual decisions on these cases," she said, adding, "This is a really unfortunate decision and we are going to continue to fight for justice."