Massive Street Bowel Movements as ICE Dumps Illegal Aliens in Small Pennsylvania Town

Gypsies, known as the Roma to those who follow the rules of political correctness, come from Northern India originally. They are widely despised in Europe. Now, a small town in Pennsylvania is being culturally enriched by their presence.

Excerpt from Narrative-Collapse

ICE has dumped over forty illegal aliens on a small Pennsylvania community. They were released from ICE custody under the Alternative to Detention [ATD] program. ATD is considered a “humane alternative” to detention centers but does take into account the communities that are affected. Some of them are required to wear GPS ankle bracelets.

The illegal aliens are Gypsies, allegedly from Bucharest, Romania. They have been placed in California, PA which is a town of fewer than seven thousand people. Since Romania was admitted to the EU, there has a been exodus of Gypsies who seek greater welfare benefits in other countries. This is sometimes referred to as “benefits tourism.”

One hundred and fifty townspeople packed a community meeting to voice their outrage over the behavior of the Gypsies. The primary complaint is the practice of open defecation by the men and children. Many will defecate on public streets. Townspeople also complained that they butcher chickens in public areas, throw trash everywhere, disregard traffic laws, and engaging in unruly behavior at public places.

AMERICAN CHICKENS NEED OUR HELP.

The Gypsies are playing the race card. They claim they face persecution in Romania and are demanding asylum in the United States.

The town authorities say they were given no advance warning by the Federal government. They say they feel like the Feds are ignoring them. The Gypsies are renting apartments from local real estate agent Vito Dentino. The Federal government is presumably paying for their rent. Dentino has warned the community that as many as one hundred more Gypsies may be on the way.

The townspeople are being told to give the Gypsies more time to assimilate. However, Gypsies have lived in Romania for hundreds of years, but never assimilated. The Romanian government has tried in vain to assimilate Gypsies since the 1850s. In the 19th Century, the government encouraged inter-marriage, moved Gypsies into the cities, and made public education mandatory for Gypsies to send their children to school.

All of this had little effect. To this day, the Romanian government still struggles to get Gypsies to send their children to public schools. Across Europe, Gypsies are most commonly associated with very negative attributes like high rates of crime and welfare abuse.

It’s a mystery as to why California, Pa. was selected to be culturally enriched.

This Fox News story quotes town liberals about how awesome the gypsies are.

Liberalism is a mental illness.

STREET SHITTERS IN INDIA.

Sympathy for School Kids When Deadbeat Parents Won’t Pay for Lunch

MUH BABIES EEZ HUNGRY, MI AMIGO.

America’s “gibsmedat” philosophy has the working families of America not only paying their own bills, but also picking up the tab for irresponsible people. The array of “free sh*t” that the American parasite can consume without paying for it is mind boggling.

Liberals can always come up with a heart-tugging anecdote like the one that starts this story off. Anecdotes designed to trigger emotions are not the proper basis for public policy.

AP News

US schools rethink meal-debt policies that humiliate kids

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Teaching assistant Kelvin Holt watched as a preschool student fell to the back of a cafeteria line during breakfast in Killeen, Texas, as if trying to hide.

“The cash register woman says to this 4-year-old girl, verbatim, ’You have no money,’” said Holt, describing the incident last year. A milk carton was taken away, and the girl’s food was dumped in the trash. “She did not protest, other than to walk away in tears.”

Holt has joined a chorus of outrage against lunchroom practices that can humiliate children as public school districts across the United States rethink how they cope with unpaid student lunch debts.

The U.S. Agriculture Department is requiring districts to adopt policies this month for addressing meal debts and to inform parents at the start of the academic year.

The agency is not specifically barring most of the embarrassing tactics, such as serving cheap sandwiches in place of hot meals or sending students home with conspicuous debt reminders, such as hand stamps. But it is encouraging schools to work more closely with parents to address delinquent accounts and ensure children don’t go hungry.

“Rather than a hand stamp on a kid to say, ‘I need lunch money,’ send an email or a text message to the parent,” said Tina Namian, who oversees the federal agency’s school meals policy branch.

Meanwhile, some states are taking matters into their own hands, with New Mexico this year becoming the first to outlaw school meal shaming and several others weighing similar laws.

Free and reduced-price meals funded by the Agriculture Department’s National School Lunch Program shield the nation’s poorest children from so-called lunch shaming. Kids can eat for free if a family of four earns less than about $32,000 a year or at a discount if earnings are under $45,000.

It’s households with slightly higher incomes that are more likely to struggle, experts on poverty and nutrition say.

Children often bear the brunt of unpaid meal accounts. A 2014 federal report found 39 percent of districts nationwide hand out cheap alternative meals with no nutritional requirements and up to 6 percent refuse to serve students with no money.

The debate over debts and child nutrition has spilled into state legislatures and reached Capitol Hill, as child advocacy groups question whether schools should be allowed to single out, in any way, a child whose family has not paid for meals.

“There’s no limit to the bad behavior a school can have. They just have to put it in writing,” said Jennifer Ramo, executive director of New Mexico Appleseed, an advocacy group on poverty issues. “We live in a credit society. I think schools should handle debt like everybody else does: You don’t take away food from children. You feed them and you settle the bill later.”

Spurred by Appleseed and others, New Mexico in April passed its anti-meal-shaming law, which directs schools to work directly with parents to address payments and requires that children get a healthy, balanced meal regardless of whether debts are paid on time.

And so once ALL the parasites learn that there are no consequences for not paying their bills, what do you think they’re going to do?

Getting real, we’re talking here mostly about nonwhite women whose wombs pump out the young ‘uns fathered by one mack daddy after another, just so they can get their gibsmedats.

Sterilize ’em as a condition of being on the dole.

Police Dog Apprehends Naked Rape Suspect Who Speaks No English

An Indiana police dog bit a naked illegal immigrant, hopefully taking off his penis, during the course of an arrest.

Good boy!

Courier-Press

With the help of a police dog, police apprehended a man they suspect raped a woman in an Evansville park early Friday.

Emanuel Vasquez was arrested on charges of felony rape, residential entry and resisting law enforcement after he fled – naked – from a police officer who arrived to help the woman.

The incident occurred in Lorraine Park.

The woman told police that she was walking alone to a friend’s house on the Southeast Side of Evansville around 2 a.m. Friday.

During the walk, a man approached her. The man “seemed friendly,” the woman told police, “and she believed that she would be safer walking with him than walking alone,” according to the probable cause affidavit.

The pair stopped to sit on a bench at Lorraine Park, and the man gave her a bottle of beer. He then “began caressing her body” and stripped naked, according to the affidavit.

The woman told police she tried to run, but the man tripped her. He climbed on top of her, pulled off her jeans and underwear, and raped her.

The woman fought to get free, and when she did she ran to a nearby house. The neighbor who answered the door called the police.

When the police officer arrived the man was still standing nearby, naked, according to the affidavit.

He ran from the officer. A police dog found Vasquez hiding on the porch of a house on the same block.

Vasquez did not comply with the officers’ orders to surrender, and was bitten by the dog during the arrest.

It was later discovered that Vasquez spoke little to no English.

The woman later identified a photo of Vasquez as the man who raped her, according to the affidavit.

When man and doggo team up, nothing is impossible!

Winning! Border Control Legislation “Kate’s Law” Passes House

KATE STEINLE. SHOT DEAD BY AN ILLEGAL MEXICAN.

One of President Donald Trump’s big campaign issues came to fruition today when the House passed Kate’s Law. The last remaining obstacle is the Senate. Democrats are on notice: Block Kate’s Law and you’re going into early retirement.

Fox News

House Republicans took action Thursday to crack down on illegal immigrants and the cities that shelter them.

One bill passed by the House would deny federal grants to sanctuary cities and another, Kate’s Law, would increase the penalties for deported aliens who try to return to the United States.

Kate’s Law, which would increase the penalties for deported aliens who try to return to the United States and caught, passed with a vote of 257 to 157, with one Republican voting no and 24 Democrats voting yes.

Kate’s Law is named for Kate Steinle, a San Francisco woman killed by an illegal immigrant who was in the U.S. despite multiple deportations. The two-year anniversary of her death is on Saturday.

President Trump called the bill’s passage “good news” in a tweet, adding “House just passed #KatesLaw. Hopefully Senate will follow.”

“He should not have been here, and she should not have died,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday, in a final push for Kate’s Law, an earlier version of which was blocked in the Senate last year.

“Our job here is to make sure that those professionals have the tools that they need and the resources that they need to carry out their work and to protect our communities. That is what these measures are all about,” added Ryan.

The other bill, which would deny federal grants to sanctuary cities, passed with a vote of 228-195 with 3 Democrats voting yes and 7 Republicans voting no.

The brutal murder of Steinle catapulted the issue of illegal criminal aliens into the national spotlight. Alleged shooter Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez had been deported five times and had seven felony convictions.

On Wednesday, President Trump highlighted other cases during a White House meeting with more than a dozen families of people who had been victimized by illegal immigrants, including Jamiel Shaw Sr.

Shaw’s 17-year-old son Jamiel was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant in California in March 2008..

“He was living the dream,” Shaw said during the meeting. “That was squashed out.”

The second measure, “No Sanctuary for Criminals Act,” would cut federal grants to states and “sanctuary cities” that refuse to cooperate with law enforcement carrying out immigration enforcement activities.

“The word ‘sanctuary’ calls to mind someplace safe, but too often for families and victims affected by illegal immigrant crime, sanctuary cities are anything but safe,” Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly asserted in the pre-vote press conference.

“It is beyond my comprehension why federal state and local officials … would actively discourage or outright prevent law enforcement agencies from upholding the laws of the United States,” he added.

While gaining support in the Senate for similar legislation will be a tough road, Trump called for Congress to act quickly.

Trump called on the House and the Senate to “to honor grieving American families” by approving a “package of truly key immigration enforcement bills” so that he could sign them into law.

“I promise you, it will be done quickly. You don’t have to wait the mandatory period. It will be very quick,” promised Trump.

Earlier on Wednesday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas D. Homan and U.S. Attorney for Utah John W. Huber made their case for the bills during the White House press briefing.

Huber said 40 percent of Utah’s current felony caseload involves criminal alien prosecutions and the number is increasing.

The bills, Huber asserted, would “advance the ball for law enforcement in keeping our communities safe” and “would give officers and prosecutors more tools to protect the public.

Many immigration rights groups have characterized efforts to crack down on sanctuary cities as “anti-immigrant,” but Attorney General Jeff Sessions says it is not sound policy to allow sanctuary cities to flout federal immigration laws.

According to Homan, ICE already has arrested nearly 66,000 individuals this year that were either known or suspected to be in the country illegally. Of those arrested, 48,000 were convicted criminal aliens.

“The practices of these jurisdictions are not only contrary to sound policy; they’re contrary to the law enforcement cooperation that is carried out every day in our country and is essential to public safety,” Sessions wrote in a Fox News op-ed backing the bills.

DHS to Begin Building Sample Border Walls as a Test

GREAT WALL OF CHINA.

RINOs and Democrats want no wall for America. They squawked at the cost, which could be made up for by taxing Mexican imports or taxing immigrants.

I’m surprised liberals haven’t called for China to tear down its wall as a gesture of goodwill to the teaming millions in Africa who would prefer China to the Dark Continent. It would be a long walk from Zimbabwe to China, but symbolically tearing down the barrier and inviting the African in would be powerful.

That’s basically what the U.S. is doing. As the Pope has said to Trump, build bridges, not walls. While he sits behind the walls of the Vatican.

Excerpt from the New York Times

WASHINGTON — The Department of Homeland Security will start construction of prototypes for a border wall this summer in the San Diego area, agency officials said on Tuesday, the first step in fulfilling a campaign promise made by President Trump.

Homeland security officials said the prototypes would be added to the existing border walls in San Diego and would allow the agency to evaluate which barriers are most effective in giving Border Patrol agents time to respond to illegal drugs and human smuggling. Officials said they planned to build four to eight prototypes but did not say when construction would begin.

“We own that land, have access to it and it’s a good place to start testing in a real-world environment,” Ronald D. Vitiello, acting deputy commissioner at Customs and Border Protection, said at a news briefing.

John F. Kelly, the secretary of homeland security, has said that there are no plans to build a wall along all 1,900 miles of the border with Mexico, which Mr. Vitiello has also said.

Mr. Vitiello added that the agency had identified about 130 miles that would be unsuitable for a border wall because of bodies of water or other challenging terrain.

After Mr. Trump issued an executive order on a border wall in January, Customs and Border Protection in March issued two requests for proposals, for both a concrete wall and other wall types.

Officials at Customs and Border Protection say they have received hundreds of bids for prototypes, but the agency has not yet chosen vendors.

Despite the requests for proposals, funding for a wall was not included in the spending bill passed by Congress. But homeland security officials used $20 million allocated from other programs at the department to pay for prototypes. The agency has identified the San Diego area and the Rio Grande Valley region in South Texas as priority areas for new border walls.

The president’s plan to build a border wall was part of a contentious budget fight this year. The administration was seeking $3.6 billion for the 2017 and 2018 budgets for just over 100 miles of wall. But members of Congress — Democrats and Republicans — balked at the amount and instead increased funding to expand technology at the border.

AMERICAN BORDER AT SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.

Trump Cracks Down on Illegals, Rescinds Obama DAPA Policy

Small victories are better than none.

Reuters

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly signed a memorandum on Thursday rescinding an Obama-era plan to spare some illegal immigrant parents of children who are lawful permanent residents from being deported, the department said in a statement.

The program, which was announced by President Barack Obama in 2014, never took effect because it was blocked in federal court.

Obama had hoped that overhauling the U.S. immigration system and resolving the fate of the estimated 11 million people in the country illegally would be part of his presidential legacy. However, President Donald Trump has vowed to crack down on illegal immigration.

The plan unveiled by Obama intended to let roughly 4 million people – those who have lived illegally in the United States at least since 2010, have no criminal record and have children who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents – get into a program that shields them from deportation and supplies work permits.

However, it was quickly challenged in court by Republican-governed Texas and 25 other states that argued Obama had overstepped the powers granted to him by the U.S. Constitution by infringing upon the authority of Congress.

A federal appeals court blocked the program, and the U.S. Supreme Court let that ruling stand in a 4-4 split decision last year.

Kelly said in a statement on Thursday he was rescinding the initiative, known as DAPA, because “there is no credible path forward to litigate the currently enjoined policy.”

An earlier program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), offers some 750,000 immigrants brought to the country illegally as children the chance to attend school and to work.

Trump has previously said his administration was devising a policy on how to deal with individuals covered by DACA, but no formal changes have been announced.

“They shouldn’t be very worried,” Trump said of DACA recipients in a January ABC News interview. “I do have a big heart.”

Read more about DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans) at Wikipedia.

If I’m reading the Wikipedia article correctly, half of the illegals in America would have been protected by DAPA. So, I suppose now there’s no legal obstacle to deporting them.

Immigration Judge Releases Wetback Criminal Claudia Rueda That Trump Had Been Trying to Deport

CLAUDIA RUEDA.

A rabble-rousing Mexican illegal has been freed without bail to roam the streets of America, while stirring up Mexicans against the idea of borders and citizenship.

Background from Heavy

Rueda’s mother was swept up in a large drug bust, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Teresa Vidal-Jaime was picked up by federal authorities “after a massive drug bust at a Boyle Heights apartment complex where she lives,” the Times reported.

During the raid, “her husband was arrested for drug possession and investigators seized more than 30 pounds of cocaine and $600,000 in cash, according to the U.S. Border Patrol,” the Times reported.

Wow! That’s some family that Rueda comes from.

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER.

But Vidal-Jaime’s daughter, Claudia Rueda, organized protests for her mother, “calling it an unlawful raid that swept up an innocent woman in a criminal probe,” according to the newspaper.

The University Times reported that Claudia Rueda “was in a Monday evening class when she heard about the raid, and immediately returned home. When Rueda arrived at the scene, she says she was subject to intimidation and both agencies did not present a warrant to her.”

The newspaper reported that ICE responded, “Border Patrol says that Vidal gave them permission to continue conducting their investigation in the apartment. In an investigation that started on the road that afternoon, agents tracked a car, suspecting that the men inside the vehicle were involved in cross-border smuggling. They ended up at the apartment complex where the men started to unload drugs from the vehicle. After immediately arresting the men, Border Patrol, with the consent of Vidal, entered the apartment which lead to the discovery of the currency in a duffel bag. Border Patrol agents then arrested Vidal upon finding out about her immigration status.”

The Heavy piece goes on to describe how her fellow Mexican radicals think she’s a fighter for justice. Blah, blah, blah.

The Associated Press reports how a federal immigration judge freed her without bail, while mocking the government’s case against Rueda.

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A Mexican woman was released from custody Friday while the U.S. government seeks to deport her after a judge rejected arguments she should wear a monitoring device because she was arrested twice while demonstrating in support of people in the country illegally.

Claudia Rueda, 22, plans to apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a program started in 2012 under President Barack Obama that shields immigrants who came to the U.S. as young children from being deported. Her case has drawn attention because she has no criminal record and is an immigration activist.

The immigration judge, Annie S. Garcy, said holding Rueda without bond was “unduly severe” and allowed her to be released on her own recognizance. She noted Ruedas’ academic and other achievements and was incredulous when a government attorney asked that Rueda be required to wear a monitoring device.

“Wow, an ankle bracelet? Really?” said Garcy, who is on temporary assignment from Newark, New Jersey, under an administration effort to give higher priority to cases along the U.S. border with Mexico.

The government attorney, Matthew Hanson, responded that Rueda was arrested twice, once for trespassing and once for disorderly conduct.

Her attorney, Monika Langarica, said those arrests occurred during peaceful demonstrations to support people in the country illegally. She was charged in only one case and it was dismissed.

Rueda, a student at California State University, Los Angeles, was arrested on immigration charges May 18 outside a relative’s Los Angeles home in connection with what the U.S. Border Patrol said was a drug smuggling investigation.

Her mother, Teresa Vidal-Jaime, was arrested on immigration violations in April in connection with the same investigation and later released from custody. Neither Rueda nor her mother was arrested on drug charges.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said it would comply with the order to release Rueda and will consider any additional requests by her attorney.

Langarica submitted legal arguments in support of Rueda that included letters from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and U.S. Rep. Karen Bass, a Los Angeles Democrat.

There’s no photo and very little information about Judge Annie S. Garcy on the Internet. I did find this reprimand by the 3rd Circuit of Judge Garcy for ruling against an illegal immigrant.

Judge Garcy apparently believes that she is a law unto herself. She should be removed from the bench for her arbitrary and capricious rulings.

One more thing. Her name sounds black to me. If she is black, that would explain a lot.