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Friday, August 11, 2017

At least "they aren’t drug lords"

Journalists and other open borders advocates are pushing a narrative that you cannot be deported unless you commit a felony.

Must be in some Emma Lazarus poem because that is not how the law reads -- and President Trump is enforcing the law.



From CBS:
After nearly 20 years in U.S., Ohio mother of 4 deported following traffic violation
So, motherhood makes you immune from driving laws, as well as immigration laws.

Nearly twenty years of life as an illegal alien -- an indication that Presidents Clinton, Bush 43, and Obama failed to do their job in protecting our borders.

The story read:
Beatriz Morelos Casillas, 37, was arrested for driving without a license near Cleveland, Ohio, on July 24.
Tuesday, she was deported to Nuevo Laredo, one of the most dangerous places in Mexico and where the State Department issued a travel warning in December 2016 due to violent crime.
Beatriz's husband – who is here legally on a work visa – drove from Ohio to be with her and make sure she's safe.
Her relatives in Ohio called her deportation unfair and worry about the uncertain future ahead for Beatriz and her family, reports CBS News' Tony Dokoupil.
The press would have you believe that DWI -- driving while illegal -- should not get you deported because you got away with breaking the law for nearly 20 years.

In Oakland, the Mercury News reported:
Facing deportation, Oakland family pleads for more time
Couple wants to stay long enough to see daughter graduate from college
Skype?

Many a soldier overseas has used Skype to see graduations, weddings, and birthdays.

The story began:
OAKLAND — Maria and Eusebio Sanchez are not exactly high priority targets for deportation. They aren’t drug lords, convicted criminals or the “bad hombres” the president wants to be rid of.
Wait. I thought it was racist and xenophobic and Mexicophobic to say that illegal aliens commit crimes.

At least "they aren’t drug lords."

Try using that as an excuse for being in Mexico or Canada illegally.

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17 comments:

  1. Hire a human smuggler (coyote) instead of a lawyer (abogado), win stupid prizes.
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    She took the time to birth four kids in 20 years, but never took the time to comply with immigration law much lesss the other laws like driving.

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  2. Great post. Too bad the statistics show that more illegals were being deported during the same time span one year ago under Obama.

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    1. And let right back in.

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    2. Has nothing to do with the fact that 70% fewer are coming in under Trump. /sarc

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    3. Not hard to do if you change the math. Obama included turn-backs, those caught on this side of the border immediately after crossing.

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    4. In 2004, the United States Department of Homeland Security published an immediately effective notice in the Federal Register expanding the application of expedited removal to noncitizens who are encountered within 100 miles of any land or sea border and who entered the U.S. without inspection less than 14 days before the time they are encountered. U.S. Customs and Border Protection could therefore identify possible immigration violators anywhere in this 100-mile border zone and process them for expedited removal if they had been in the country for less than 14 days whn captured. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expedited_removal
      So Obama had 4 more years of expedited removal than Bush.

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  3. A little cultural insensitivity by the mercury news? "They aren’t drug lords..." They think being Mexican means being a drug lord?

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  4. There are an estimated 50,000 illegal immigrants from Ireland living in the New York. When is Trump going to deport them?

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    1. When they are 25% of the federal inmate population.

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    2. So you think it is okay that illegal Irish immigrants can break the law?To quote Surber: "That is not how the law reads -- and President Trump is enforcing the law."
      Good try.

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    3. Where would you read that he did? They're privileged white people so your media ignores them.

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    4. Whenever he manages to catch them, which may be heard to do with the state and local governments protectino them.

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    5. 50,000? Who cares? There are untold millions of illegals here from Mexico and Central America. Don't change the subject.

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  5. They broke the law when they entered the country. It's as goddam simple as that.

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  6. Trump has said again and again his administration will focus on deporting "bad hombres," criminals who commit felonies. By his definition she is not a bad hombre, and the paper is calling him on it. If Trump were less glib in making these kinds of pronouncements, he wouldn't have to defend himself so often against such blowback. Did the woman violate the law for two decades by living in the US illegally? Yes. Should she be deported? Yes. She's no felon, but she did get caught, even if it was the bad luck of the draw, and her deportation has some value in its effect as deterrence.

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  7. The fucking beaner could have been driving drunk every damn day of that 20 years and never got caught. I hate her for dropping 4 anchor rats that we have to support. This anchor rat crap has to stop. It's UNCONSTITUTIONAL. And stupid as fuck.

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