Hispanic Leaders Angry Don Trump Said Many Illegal Aliens Are Criminals

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35 Responses to Hispanic Leaders Angry Don Trump Said Many Illegal Aliens Are Criminals

  1. As is the usual for the “rabble-rousers” in the “immigrants’-rights” camp.

    Many, not all, illegal ALIENS DO have criminal pasts. The problem is, the “immigrants’ rights” groups want to protect them too, at all costs.

    BTW: As you probably already knew, I know that “immigrant” is a legitimate legal status of someone going “through the proper legal channels” to become part of our national community. However, we almost NEVER hear the proper term: “Illegal alien” anymore!

    So,

    I guess that makes me a racist-hater too?!?

    Besides that,

    I do not really trust Donald Trump to be much good anyway. After TWO-going-on-THREE failed presidential drives, methinks not.

    • kentclizbe says:

      “Many, not all, illegal ALIENS DO have criminal pasts.”

      Actually, every single illegal alien has a criminal past.

      We have immigration LAWS. It is ILLEGAL to violate them. If you do violate these laws, you have a criminal past.

  2. inMAGICn says:

    Yeh, I’m a racist hater too: I hate white people. Oh,I AM white. I must hate myself! OMG, I’m a Democrat!

    • Cowboy79 says:

      Well, that’s ok, Magic. After the nightmare wears off, you’ll realize that Reagan was Right, you aren’t a Democrat, and it was simply too much Liberal Propaganda that ruined your evening. As the next president will find out, the last one already spent everyone’s money for the next 100 years and it isn’t racist to acknowledge that fact. Kidding aside, I did enjoy your post. 🙂

  3. Cowboy79 says:

    Illegal Aliens, by definition, are criminals, regardless of their past. Because they have violated the immigration laws of the host country. That makes them Felons, subject to deportation, arrest, incarceration, etc. Laws exist because they were deemed necessary at some point in time. It is not up to the media, flacks, hacks, outsiders, agitators or prevaricators to unilaterally change laws because of their emotions. We have a system. Use it. Or STFU. The US system is not available to Illegal Aliens because they are not Citizens. Unless of course, you subscribe to Obama’s mantra of “the law is whatever I say it is” or the Supreme Court who says “The law is not what the Congress wrote, it is what we decided they intended to write, but did not write”.

  4. Pathway says:

    In my little enclave here in the west all of the meth distribution is done by the illegal Mexicans and much of the violent crime comes from illegals killing each other.

  5. D. Self says:

    Cali is going to hell. Get out why you can.

  6. Robertv says:

    We are all criminals .

    You Commit Three Felonies a Day

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748704471504574438900830760842

  7. The only reason Donald Trump wants to be president is so he can award himself the contract on that trillion dollar wall. It will be called the Trump Wall and every 100 miles there will be “Trump Wall Palace and Casino”

  8. Gail Combs says:

    gator69 says “I don’t litter, I don’t have kids, and I am never cruel to animals. Anything else?”

    I am sure the Progressives can think of something like filling in the mud puddle in your driveway/lawn.

    …he hauled away the old tires—7,000 of them—and the rusty scrap metal, and hauled in clean fill dirt and topsoil.

    No good deed goes unpunished, and Pozsgai’s wasn’t. Sometimes when it rained, the tires caused water to build up on the property. In the eyes of the federal government, that made it a wetland. Federal agents used surveillance cameras to record Pozsgai’s cleanup activity and had him arrested for “discharging pollutants”—i.e., the fill dirt and topsoil—“into the waters of the United States.” Convicted, he got a three-year prison sentence and a $200,000 fine.

    If federal regulators have their way, America could see a lot more John Pozsgais in its future….

    Everybody’s a Potential Criminal in the Eyes of the EPA

    And then there is the IRS…..

    Actually I think the title was just a grabber to promote sales. Often the author has no say on the title. It is the publishers call.

    However the warning about the gizillion laws and regs on the books, some of which are completely idiotic should be noted.

    • gator69 says:

      My acreage sits atop a ridege, and there is no ponding and no streams. As for the IRS, I employ a professional tax preparer, and everything is above board.

      Anything else?

      • Gail Combs says:

        I also sit on top a ridge. Doesn’t mean I do not have puddles in the driveway and an area that goes a bit soggy if it rains real hard. (Clay soil doesn’t drain worth spit.)

        • gator69 says:

          Gail, the allegation is that we all commit three felonies per day. This is as ludicrous as a puddle in my driveway causing me to incur a felony.

          Anything else?

        • Shazaam says:

          Dude, with 70,000+ pages of new rules and regulations added to the federal register each and every year, there are bound to be some that you violate without knowing about them.

          Hell it might be a felony to be wearing my brand of under-shorts if the laughingstock-in-chief / nobel peace prize “winner” decides he wants another war somewhere.

          Unless you are a member in good standing of the political classes / parasitic classes, the government is not your friend.

          Government, like fire, has it’s uses and like fire, will just as mindlessly destroy you as assist you.

        • gator69 says:

          As I stated, great attention grabbing book title, but ridiculous premise. Stay home and quiver in the corner if you must, and I will live my life without your fear of undershorts.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Gator,
        I already said I think the title was an exaggeration to grab attention.

        Felony is more of a grab compared to misdemeanor.

        Back to the illegal aliens and criminals:

        …A 24-hour period last Wednesday and Thursday saw two cases of male illegal immigrants allegedly murdering women in two separate U.S. states: California and Texas. In both instances, the women’s murder could have been prevented by authorities had they enforced existing U.S. immigration laws and/or had the U.S.-Mexico border been functionally secured. The California murder involved an illegal immigrant who had been previously deported five times with seven felonies and the Texas murder involved an illegal immigrant who had been deported on four previous occasions. In the Texas case, local Laredo police had been called to the man’s house on at least three occasions over domestic disputes, yet they failed to contact Border Patrol about the man, according to federal agents….

        http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/06/two-previously-deported-illegal-immigrants-allegedly-murder-two-women-in-two-states-in-24-hours/

  9. Gail Combs says:

    Gator:
    …This is as ludicrous as a puddle in my driveway causing me to incur a felony…..
    >>>>>
    Don’t bet on it. A friend got into a wrangle with the EPA over a driveway puddle over 20 years ago.

    Yes, the EPA now regulates puddles

    Reuben Sherwood May 28, 2015 at 11:47 AM

    Nothing new here. A few years ago I was putting in a driveway, and the corps of engineers shut us down, though we had permits from 4 different agencies. They gave us a memo, where they changed “open bodies of water” to mean any water found by digging up to three feet down. They had to dig 2.5 feet down for water on my boss’s lot, while a neighboring lot was draining a natural pond without being shut down.

    • gator69 says:

      Gail, my driveway like my house, was established years ago by me, and both reside on the crown of the property. So there was never an issue of either interfering with wet spaces. The EPA could send whoever they want to accuse me of a violation, and they would lose, every time. I would bet the house.

      I plan things meticulously, and made sure there would never be a problem with any regulations, no matter how silly.

  10. Gail Combs says:

    Here is another one:

    …Recently, Louisiana became the latest state to attempt a massive ban on cash that would have resulted in making it illegal to use U.S. cash dollars in any secondhand transactions.

    The law, called R.S. 37:1866, made it illegal to, say, go to a garage sale and buy a lawn mower with cash dollars. That’s right: It would have prohibited American citizens from using legal U.S. tender…..

    …. it comes at the tail end of a multiyear push to restrict cash use by American citizens.

    …..when one man tried to pay his mortgage in cash at a Bank of America, he was arrested.
    http://moneywise411.com/government-attempts-to-ban-cash-whats-most-disturbing-is-why-theyre-doing-it/?ppc=380078&utm_source=taboola&utm_medium=referral

    Watch As Bank Of America Refuses Customer’s Cash Payment On Mortgage Then Calls Police

  11. Ted says:

    The point isn’t that anyone gets convicted of these crimes. The point is that any cop can find a theoretically legal premise upon which to search and arrest anyone, at any time he chooses. Nine out of ten cops will tell you this is the case, and the tenth is lying about it.

    The goal is usually only harassment, not imprisonment.

    I haven’t read the book, so I can’t offer any opinion on the author’s specific claims.

    • gator69 says:

      Cops have always theoretically been able to arrest anyone at any time, but they don’t. Theoretically your breath is dooming us all.

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