Gentleman of Color Spends Hours Under Sign Letter at Walmart Hoping It Will Fall on Him

Hmmmm. Amusing. How dumb is this one, I wonder. His name is Manuel Garcia.

The hanging letter “P” never fell, by the way. He spent two day standing under it. Mexicans file the lawsuits Americans won’t?

Read the story at click2houston

ICE arrests Honduran fugitive wanted for machete murders of 2 men

FRANCISCO ESCOBAR-ORELLANO. ONE UGLY KNIFEMAN.

ICE is moving at the speed of Trump now. There’s no stopping them.

Great work, guys, in getting a very dangerous creature completely lacking in self control off America’s mean streets.

Hey, (((liberals))), anybody willing to give the nice brown man a home in your spare bedroom?

I didn’t think so.

ICE.gov

RALEIGH, N.C. – A Fugitive Operations Team assigned to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Atlanta field office arrested an at-large fugitive alien Tuesday who is presently wanted for the murder of two men in Honduras.

Francisco Escobar-Orellana, an unlawfully present Honduran national, was arrested by ICE deportation officers Tuesday morning near his Hope Mills residence during a targeted enforcement operation in concert with ICE Homeland Security Investigations special agents.

Mr. Escobar is wanted in Honduras pursuant to a May 2005 arrest warrant for allegedly hacking two men to death with a machete at a liquor store in 1993. Mr. Escobar subsequently unlawfully entered the United States at an unknown time/place.

“ICE is focused on identifying, arresting and removing public safety threats, such as convicted criminal aliens and gang members, as well as individuals who have violated our nation’s immigration laws,” said ERO Atlanta Field Office Director Sean Gallagher. “ICE Fugitive Operations Teams conduct targeted enforcement operations toward these identified threats to public safety. North Carolina residents are safer today thanks to the professionalism and hard work of these dedicated officers.”

Mr. Escobar was booked into the Wake County Detention Center Tuesday where he remains in custody. ICE has lodged an immigration detainer against Mr. Escobar and will seek to remove him from the United States to face the criminal charges against him in Honduras.

Members of the public who have information about foreign fugitives are urged to contact ICE by calling the ICE tip line at 1 (866) 347-2423 or internationally at 001-1802-872-6199. They can also file a tip online by completing ICE’s online tip form.

In Fiscal Year 2016, ICE removed or returned 240,255 individuals. Of this total, 174,923 were apprehended while, or shortly after, attempting to illegally enter the United States. The remaining 65,332 were apprehended in the interior of the United States, and the vast majority were convicted criminals. ICE is focused on removing public safety threats, such as convicted criminal aliens and gang members, as well as individuals who have violated our nation’s immigration laws, including those who illegally re-entered the country after being removed and immigration fugitives ordered removed by federal immigration judges.

THE BADGE THAT MAKES THEM SCARED.

Link to ICE News Releases

Company Fires 18 Workers Who Skipped Work for Day Without Immigrants Protest

A Day without White Men would shut down the police, the American military, the power plants, water treatment, airplane travel, and so much more.

Let’s do it. I’m tired of being told I have white privilege. Let’s show the bastards some WHITE POWER.

abc2news

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A total of 18 people were fired from a Tennessee business after joining the nation-wide protest “A Day Without Immigrants.”

The 18 employees at Bradley Coatings, Incorporated in Nolensville, Tennessee told their supervisors on Wednesday they’d be taking part in the nationwide movement. Then, on Thursday, they were told they no longer had jobs.

“We are the team leaders directly under the supervisors and they informed us last night that we could not go back to work and the boss said we were fired,” one employee said.

The former employee asked to remain anonymous but had this message to his former boss.

“I would tell him he was unfair, after working for them for so many years, giving him our best. They could not understand that it was just one day. We were going to make up that day on a Sunday, but they didn’t understand that, and it was not the best way. They didn’t give us an opportunity and just told us we were fired,” he said.

“Tennessee is an employment-at-will state which basically means an employer can end your employment at any time without reason or cause. Of course there are a lot of different stipulations, civil rights issues that could stop them from doing that,” Department of Labor and Workforce Development spokesman, Chris Cannon said.

Bradley Coatings, Inc.’s attorney released the following statement:

“Bradley Coatings, Incorporated (BCI) is a family-owned, Nashville-based business that provides commercial painting services to its clients on a very demanding schedule. Established in 1986, BCI has always celebrated diversity and supported the immigrant community. This past Wednesday night, certain employees of BCI informed their leadership that they would not be at work the following day. Because of the time-sensitive nature of the jobs these employees were assigned to, all employees were told that they would need to show up for work or they would be terminated. On Thursday, the majority of BCI’s employees fulfilled their obligations to our clients, but eighteen employees did not. Regretfully, and consistent with its prior communication to all its employees, BCI had no choice but to terminate these individuals. The reason these employees missed work—to engage in peaceful demonstrations—had nothing to do with BCI’s decision to terminate them. BCI regrets this situation, but it has contracted with its clients to complete work on a schedule set by the client’s general contractor. BCI will review its procedures in an effort to avoid similar issues in the future, and will continue to provide timely service to its clients and support to the Nashville immigrant community.” – Robert Peal, Company Attorney

Muh Mexicans have no jobs. Save Senor Trump the trouble, mi amigos, and get the Hell out of the USA on your own before Senor Trump keeeeks you out. Comprende?

More firings by other firms are discussed at Zerohedge.

Wild Fight at California High School Leaves Parents Perplexed (Video)

During my high school years, spent in a segregated all-white school in the Deep South, there was one brief fight the whole four years. It involved two male students. There were no police at school, either. The teacher’s word was law.

I wonder what’s different now.

D – i – v – e – r – s – i – t – y.

Aka, I Dindu Nuffins. But given that the neighborhood is Chicanos, how do you say Dindu Nuffins in Spanglish? Maybe this?: No hace’ nada.

CBS Los Angeles

RESEDA (CBSLA.com) — Parents of students at Grover Cleveland High School in Reseda spoke out Thursday about the way the school handled a full-out brawl.

The fight was caught on tape.

A security guard was reportedly beaten during the Wednesday fight that occurred around 11 a.m. on the campus at Tampa and Saticoy.

KCAL9’s Erica Mandy said while some parents were decidedly upset, others were not concerned.

“I got pushed around, and I got kicked,” said one student.

Dozens of students watched the brawl. Some took videos and shared them on Instagram.

“You just see like cops walking down the hallway fast,” said one student.

“I felt like a lot of people were getting hurt,” another student added.

One video of the incident — 45 seconds in length — shows no adults trying to step in to intercede.

School police and the LAPD ultimately intervened. The school police reported that no one was seriously hurt.

After the brawl, the school was placed on lockdown and parents received a recorded phone call from the principal. “Our campus was briefly in lockdown,” the call said.

A day later, parents have differing opinions.

“If it wasn’t for our children telling us what went on, we wouldn’t have known how serious it was,” said parent Niki Wysong.

“I’m just trusting the administration, I honestly think they took the right measures, and I feel okay about it,” said Soo Ahn.

“It was a small group of students,” said one parent, “it happens at every single school no matter where you’re at.”

“Overall we are pleased they did alert us, it would have been good to get a little more information quicker,” said another parent.

An LAUSD spokesperson sent Mandy an email.

“All student matters are confidential, but we can assure you that school personnel were present and acted quickly to restore order,” the email stated.

School police said the incident may have been an ongoing dispute between rival gangs.

But the district said gangs were not involved.

There is also no consensus on what caused the fight in the first place. And, perhaps more importantly, can it happen again?

Notice how the media prefers to omit any consideration of race in this incident. It would spoil the “Diversity is our strength” narrative.

One more thing, the video shows clearly the school to prison pipeline at work. Now, you understand.

SOME OF THE “KIDS” LOOK 40!

Sex on a School Bus: Two Latino Coaches and Four Students Arrested in Sexual Bullying Caught on Camera

IRVING GOMEZ.

ROGELLO GUTIERREZ.

We’re told over and over that Mexicans are such hard workers. Some are, but many that I’ve met are fat, stupid, and ugly, as well as extremely lazy.

Meet two lazy school employees who were too busy to stop the sexual bullying of two male students by student basketball players, who I presume are Mexican like the two middle school coaches involved in this crime.

My San Antonio

Two middle school basketball coaches and four students have been arrested following allegations of sexual misconduct on a school bus ride Jan. 26.

Midland I.S.D. administrators voted Monday to fire two Goddard Junior High School coaches, Irving Gomez and Rogelio Gutierrez, who have been charged with tampering or fabricating physical evidence.

According to an affidavit obtained by CBS 7 News, basketball players at the middle school were returning from a game when students began bullying two boys on the bus. They simulated sexual behavior, stripped one boy down to his underwear and taunted the pair while the coaches did nothing to stop it.

Surveillance footage from the bus validated the allegations. According to News West, the video also recorded one student saying, “help me.” Another said “We (expletive) the (expletive) out of you,” while both coaches neglected to help the students.

Gomez, who is also an eighth-grade teacher at the school, was driving the bus. He allegedly yelled homosexual slurs and told them to “keep it in their pants.” Gutierrez, who was seen on his cell phone, did nothing to stop the abuse.

Gutierrez could be heard saying: “Ain’t funny. Y’all better not put this on social media!” and added that “he wasn’t going to jail for any of you (expletive).” He also instructed the boys, some of whom were capturing the acts on their cell phone, to delete anything they might have posted.

The coaches allegedly held back the students, telling them to explain to their parents that they were having a team meeting, presumably in an attempt to protect themselves.

“Evidence of the behavior discovered during our investigation requires immediate action. I appreciate our police department and all district staff involved in this investigation for their professionalism and immediate attention to this matter. Their approach proves that the safety of our students is our number one priority and we will go above and beyond in protecting our students from any threat to their safety while in our care,” Mr. Rod Schroder, MISD Superintendent said.

Public schools in America are out of control. Serious students who want to learn are impaired by the chaos around them. Mexicans easily tolerate chaos because they grow up that way in their large families.

School segregation, where only students who are quiet, intelligent, and respectful should be reinstated. As you can tell from this story, the teachers need to be closely vetted too. Not many Mexicans would make the cut.

Illegals Claim Fear of “white guy with a clipboard”

Don’t feel sorry for any of the deported and detained. The longer they’ve lived here, the longer they’ve been stealing from the American worker and taxpayer.

Excerpt from the Chicago Tribune

Pastor Fred Morris looked out over his congregation Sunday as news ricocheted around the world that American authorities were rounding up immigrants in an enforcement surge that President Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail.

Parishioners did not smile as on any other Sunday morning. They stared down at their feet. Others didn’t attend at all.

“There is a dreadful sense of fear. It’s more than palpable. It’s radiating. People are terrified,” said Morris, whose United Methodist mission is in a predominantly Hispanic neighborhood of Los Angeles. “They were just sitting there in stunned silence.”

For days, fear and confusion have gripped immigrant communities after word spread that federal agents were rounding up hundreds of immigrants in cities across the country. The scope of the operation remained unclear on Sunday.

Advocates and immigration lawyers scrambled to contain the panic and to organize seminars and social media campaigns to teach people their rights.

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said the efforts were “routine” and no different than the arrests carried out under former President Barack Obama that targeted those with criminal histories or multiple immigration violations.

But Trump took to Twitter to claim credit.

“The crackdown on illegal criminals is merely the keeping of my campaign promise,” the president wrote. “Gang members, drug dealers & others are being removed!”

Immigration advocates said many immigrants are now afraid to send their children to school and afraid to go to church or work or the hospital. Panicked rumors spread as quickly as the truth.

“Every time so much as a white guy with a clipboard is walking around, everyone runs into their apartments and locks the doors,” Sandoval-Moshenberg said.

Trump signed an executive order days after taking office that made clear that almost any immigrant living illegally in America could be targeted.

Immigrant-rights groups cite the case of Manuel Mosqueda, a 50-year-old house painter, as an example of how they believe ICE agents in the new administration are again going too far.

During last week’s enforcement operation, ICE agents showed up at Mosqueda’s home in the LA suburbs looking for someone else. While there, they inquired about Mosqueda, learned he was here illegally and put him on a bus to Mexico.

Karla Navarrete, a lawyer for the advocacy group CHIRLA, said she sought to stop Mosqueda from being placed on the bus and was told by ICE that things had changed. She said another lawyer filed federal court papers and got a judge to stop the deportation. The bus turned around, and Mosqueda is now jailed in Southern California, waiting to learn his fate.

In Virginia, agents who went to an apartment Thursday looking for a wanted man picked up everyone else in the apartment too, except for one women with a baby in her arms, said Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg, legal director for Legal Aid Justice Center’s immigrant advocacy program in northern Virginia.

“Here’s what happens on the ground: Somebody knocks on the door, they ask for a name, the people are very scared,” said Tessie Borden, an advocate in Los Angeles. “Then they round everybody up and say ‘We’ll sort it out later.’ But sorting it out later may mean separating families and breaking down support systems for these folks.”

The message is getting out:

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It’s still a drop in the bucket though.

Huffington Post

ICE’s national office pushed back against the idea that anything was out of the ordinary.

“The rash of recent reports about purported ICE checkpoints and random sweeps are false, dangerous, and irresponsible,” the agency wrote in a statement about detentions in the Los Angeles area. “These reports create panic and put communities and law enforcement personnel in unnecessary danger. Individuals who falsely report such activities are doing a disservice to those they claim to support. “

Still, the agency acknowledged the “enforcement surge” in the Los Angeles area. During the five-day operation, ICE agents detained 160 people, all but 10 with “criminal histories,” according to a statement.

Immigrant rights advocates who keep a close eye on deportations said they’ve seen a clear uptick in arrests in multiple cities, including the deportation of Guadalupe “Lupita” García de Rayos, a mother of two U.S. citizens who came to the country at the age of 14, in Phoenix on Thursday.

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Fear Rises in Taco Bender Hearts and Minds as ICE Retakes Enemy Territory Held by Mexicans

Officially, there’s 11 million Mexicans in America. Unofficially, it’s probably much higher than that.

So, there’s a lot of territory to be reclaimed from the enemy invaders. The few hundred detained over the last week is a pathetically small number. But the Mexicans are fighting to keep every one of them in the U.S., claiming that they have a right to be here because the whole continent is theirs.

The tears are already flowing like rain.

Los Angeles Times

Sweeping raids by U.S. immigration officials in recent days nabbed hundreds of individuals believed to be in the country illegally, spreading alarm among immigrant rights groups as they scrambled to gather information and warn people in communities nationwide.

Through social media and pop-up legal clinics, immigrant rights groups have doled out around-the-clock assistance, even as federal officials pushed back against the notion that the detentions reflected a vast overhaul of immigration law enforcement ordered by President Trump.

Officials with the Department of Homeland Security confirmed that Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents had conducted “targeted enforcement operations” focused on detaining people with criminal backgrounds in cities across the country. Officials described the operations as “routine.”

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Nearly 200 people throughout Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina were arrested last week during raids, according to a preliminary tally provided by ICE’s Atlanta field office. In the Los Angeles area, more than 150 arrests were made in a weeklong operation, ICE officials said.

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And in Austin, Texas, ICE officials did not provide a total number of arrests but did notify the Mexican Consulate General of the number of Mexican nationals. A spokesman from the consulate said Saturday that nearly 50 arrests of Mexican nationals had been recorded since Thursday. On average, the consulate is notified of about three each day. (The Mexican government last week urged its nationals in the U.S. to “take precautions” amid a “new reality” for the immigrant community.)

“ICE conducts targeted immigration enforcement in compliance with federal law and agency policy. ICE does not conduct sweeps or raids that target aliens indiscriminately,” Bryan Cox, ICE’s Southern region communications director, said in a statement Saturday.

So many tears and it’s only the beginning.

San Antonio’s Doug Sahm is crying:

South Texas Freddy Fender is crying too: