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    MEET 'PARDONED' ILLEGAL ALIENS: FELONS, THIEVES, DRUGGIES

    MEET 'PARDONED' ILLEGAL ALIENS: FELONS, THIEVES, DRUGGIES

    But governors claim they are 'contributing members of society'

    Published: 3 days ago
    BOB UNRUH
    Meet the “pardoned” illegal aliens who had been scheduled for deportation: a couple of felons guilty of weapons charges and affiliation with gangs, a 57-year-old transgender convicted of criminal facilitation, a 35-year-old convicted of larceny and a 53-year-old man who reportedly sold drugs.

    Those are among the dozen or so illegal aliens saved from deportation at the last minute by pardons from their governors.

    The move appears to be the latest attempt to undermine President Trump’s crackdown on illegal aliens in the United States.

    Some of the details about the holiday moves by California Gov. Jerry Brown and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo were revealed by Judicial Watch.

    Brown pardoned two men “on the verge of being deported,” and Cuomo pardoned “18 immigrants convicted of serious crimes so they could remain in the country,” the report said.

    “The foreigners had obtained legal immigration status in the United States but committed such abhorrent crimes that they faced removal after the completion of their criminal sentence,” Judicial Watch said, even though a statement referred to those pardoned as “contributing members of society.”

    Cuomo claimed the criminals were rehabilitated, but it was the “stigma” of their crimes that “prevented them from gaining legal status or fully reentering society.”

    “While the federal government continues to target immigrants and threatens to tear families apart with deportation, these actions take a critical step toward a more just, more fair and more compassionate New York,” Cuomo said.

    His statement also included endorsements from a number of groups that advocate essentially for open borders.

    For example, the head of the Vera Institution of Justice said, “Too many immigrants with prior criminal convictions are subjected to the gratuitous punishment of deportation, despite being longstanding contributing members of our community.”

    But Judicial Watch reported that the two saved by Brown were Cambodians Mony Neth of Modesto, California, and Rottanak Kong of Davis, California. They had been arrested in a sweep of allegedly criminal activity a few months ago.

    They were among a large group of Cambodians that are subject to deportation from the U.S., a group in which more than half have criminal convictions.

    “The New York pardons include a 57-year-old Mexican transgender woman convicted of criminal facilitation, a 35-year-old man from Estonia convicted of larceny and a 53-year-old Dominican man convicted of criminal sale of a controlled substance. The Mexican national, Lorena Borjas, deserves to stay in the U.S. because she is a strong advocate for transgender and immigrant communities and runs HIV testing programs for transgender sex workers and a syringe exchange for transwomen taking hormone injections. The Estonian, Alexander Shilov, became a nurse and frequently gives talks on overcoming addiction. The Dominican, Freddy Perez, works as an electrician and takes care of his autistic younger brother. For these reasons, they deserve to remain in the U.S. despite their criminal histories, according to Cuomo,” Judicial Watch said.

    The evidence that it’s part of a larger strategy to “protect criminal immigrations from deportation” is becoming obvious, Judicial Watch said.

    “Months ago, Judicial Watch reported that prosecutors in two major U.S. cities ordered staff not to charge illegal immigrants with minor, non-violent crimes because it could get the offenders deported. Brooklyn, New York District Attorney Eric Gonzalez was the first to issue the order creating two sets of rules involving local crimes. The goal, according to a statement issued by the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, is ‘minimizing collateral immigration consequences of criminal convictions.'”

    Also, just a few weeks ago, prosecutors in Maryland joined.

    “There was no public announcement or celebratory press conference but a local newspaper got ahold of an internal memo sent by Baltimore’s Chief Deputy State’s Attorney instructing prosecutors to think twice before charging illegal immigrants with minor, non-violent crimes. The chief deputy, Michael Schatzow, used similar language in the memo, writing that the Trump administration’s deportation efforts ‘have increased the potential collateral consequences to certain immigrants of minor, non-violent criminal conduct.'”


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    Quote Originally Posted by Newmexican View Post

    “While the federal government continues to target immigrants and threatens to tear families apart with deportation, these actions take a critical step toward a more just, more fair and more compassionate New York,” Cuomo said.
    Yeah, well this sure isn't more fair and just for the citizens of New York, I'll tell you that. If I was a New Yorker, I would be infuriated with Cuomo. Same goes with California's idiot criminal governor.
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    It's so disgusting what's going on in these stupid sanctuary states. All these governors and mayors are on the take with the cartels. There's no other explanation for their actions and positions regarding illegal immigration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    It's so disgusting what's going on in these stupid sanctuary states. All these governors and mayors are on the take with the cartels. There's no other explanation for their actions and positions regarding illegal immigration.
    I don't share your position on this. I won't deny that there is a real possibility that some folks are being motivated by the drug cartels, however, i think that number is far from the majority of them. There are reasons outside of drug cartels that motivate such support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    I don't share your position on this. I won't deny that their is a real possibility that some folks are being motivated by the drug cartels, however, i think that number is far from the majority of them. There are reasons outside of drug cartels that motivate such support.
    They aren't being "motivated" by the drug cartels, they're being paid by the drug cartels. The drug cartels own the illegal immigration business in the United States.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    They aren't being "motivated" by the drug cartels, they're being paid by the drug cartels. The drug cartels own the illegal immigration business in the United States.
    Money is a motivation, Judy. No, all illegal immigration into our country and those already here aren't a products of the drug cartels. Sure the drug cartels are responsible for escorting many illegal immigrants into our country but they certainly don't own illegal immigration as a whole.

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    LOL!! They own the smugglers, the labor networks, the borders, the drug trade, the drug operations, the gangs, the remittances, the money, the illegal aliens, their families, the protection, the politicians, the lawyers, the money launderers, the law enforcement, the traffickers, the sanctuary cities, Mayors, Governors, Judges, state representatives, members of Congress, and employees in federal agencies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    I don't share your position on this. I won't deny that there is a real possibility that some folks are being motivated by the drug cartels, however, i think that number is far from the majority of them. There are reasons outside of drug cartels that motivate such support.
    I believe that the biggest motivation for democrats to support illegal immigration is votes. They will get these people's votes, and I believe that this is the main, and maybe the only reason for their support of illegals, even if it means the destruction of our country.

    They hope by getting enough illegals into this country, they will dominate all elections....presidency, senate, house, mayoral, gubernatorial, etc. Maybe even to the point where they dominate the government forever by massively outnumbering us with these illegals.
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    But you have to ask why do Democrats prefer votes from illegal aliens over US citizens? Because illegal aliens will support votes to open the borders, support more illegal immigration and protect the drug cartels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    But you have to ask why do Democrats prefer votes from illegal aliens over US citizens? Because illegal aliens will support votes to open the borders, support more illegal immigration and protect the drug cartels.
    I don't believe it is as complex as you seem to think. This is about broadening their voting base to win elections, not protect or enrich the drug cartels.

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