ICE Agents Say Trump Betrayed Them, Left Obama’s People in Place

President Donald Trump’s plate is full what with confronting Little Rocket Man and traitor John McCain.

More central to this story are Obama’s moles, planted deep within the federal bureaucracy, ready to impede the Trump agenda at every turn.

Washington Times

The country’s immigration enforcement officers launched a website Tuesday demanding that President Trump do more to clean up their agency, saying he has left the Obama team in place and it’s stymying his goal of enforcing laws on the books.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement supervisors in Philadelphia banned officers from wearing bulletproof vests during an operation in the dangerous “badlands” section in the city’s north for fear of offending the immigrant community, according to a new website, JICReport.com.

Meanwhile, officers in one Utah city are required to give city officials seven days’ heads-up before arresting anyone — and by the time they go to make the arrest, the immigrants they are targeting have taken off, the website says.

Compiled by the National ICE Council, which represents ICE officers, the website is part whistleblower and part primal scream for Mr. Trump to pay attention to a group of people who were among his staunchest backers during the presidential campaign.

“ICE Officers grudgingly admit that the only President they ever endorsed hasn’t kept his word, and many officers now feel betrayed,” the officers say on the website.

National ICE Council President Chris Crane, in an open letter to Mr. Trump, posted on the site, said he finds himself regularly having to defend the president to ICE officers who backed Mr. Trump during the campaign but now feel “stab[bed] in the back” by the administration.

Mr. Crane said he gives Mr. Trump the benefit of the doubt but that those around the president — whom he doesn’t name — appear to be trying to shield him from hearing about the continued struggles at ICE.

“While officers view the President’s position on enforcement as courageous, the Trump administration has left all of the Obama managers and leadership in place, a group that ICE Officers know after the last eight years to be completely incompetent, corrupt and anti-enforcement,” Mr. Crane wrote.

“While President Trump did create an uptick in morale at ICE through his support of enforcement operations, tensions are on the rise between Trump’s army of Obama holdovers and boots on the ground officers in the field, as behind the scenes Obama holdovers continue to undermine law enforcement operations and wage war against their own law enforcement officers.”

The White House didn’t respond to a request for comment.

President Trump has appointed long-time ICE employee Thomas Homan to head the agency. When confirmed by the Senate, he needs to respond to the agent’s concerns.

Mestizo Texan Accused of Sexually Assaulting Five Foster Children Took in 180 Girls

MIGUEL BRISENO. ALLEGED PEDOPHILE FOSTER PARENT.

In the Tex-Mex culture, and I believe in Mexico, the male of the household has a right to sex with any female who happens to be around, including his daughter. Age is no barrier either.

This story is not just a story of an adult having sex with teens, but also a story of government corruption.

You should know that San Antonio is located in Bexar County. Medina County is just west of Bexar County. Both counties are about half Mexican.

My San Antonio

A Medina County man accused of sexually assaulting five former foster children, including several in Bexar County, took in more than 180 young girls over a five year period, officials said.

That leads investigators to believe there could be numerous other victims who have yet to come forward.

“It’s not a question about whether there are more,” said Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown. “It’s just about how many.”

One additional victim has already come forward since news broke Wednesday of 58-year-old Miguel Briseno’s arrest, Brown said, bringing the unofficial total to six victims. A charge has not been filed in the sixth alleged case.

Briseno, who is currently being held in the Medina County Jail on a $500,000 bond, was a licensed foster parent from 2005 through 2010, Brown said. During that time he lived in both Bexar and Medina counties.

Over the course of the five years, more than 180 girls passed through his care, Brown said. At various times, Briseno was reportedly taking care of up to 12 girls at once.

Brown said Child Protective Services contracted with a third-party company, who has not yet been publicly identified, to place the girls in Briseno’s home.

“Those girls were taken from some environment and then you have some jackass like him abusing these girls that already have troubles,” Brown said. “I’m aggravated at the whole system. I’m aggravated at the company that placed these girls. It was a money-making deal, the way they were running those girls through there like livestock. It wasn’t about making a better world for them. They were making a profit off them.”

Representatives of Child Protective Services could not immediately comment on the relationship with the company.

Two of the charges against Briseno are out of Medina County, and the remaining three originated in Bexar County. Brown said Briseno first became a foster parent while living in Von Ormy, where the alleged assaults occurred, and later moved to Devine, Texas, in Medina County.

Wednesday’s arrest was not the first time Briseno was arrested on child sex abuse charges. In April 2013, the Medina County Sheriff’s Office arrested him on a charge of solicitation to commit sexual assault of a child. The arrest came after one of Briseno’s foster children said he had sexually assaulted her in August 2012, when he no longer had a foster license, Brown said.

It is not clear why Briseno did not have a license after 2010 and how Briseno still had foster children in his care two years later, though investigators discovered Briseno had attempted to move his foster parent license into his wife’s name, Brown said.

“It’s not a loophole, it’s just downright wrong,” Brown said.

Briseno pleaded guilty in September 2015 to a reduced charge of attempted assault, a Class B misdemeanor. Brown said investigators and prosecutors had difficulty securing testimony against Briseno. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, though county officials couldn’t confirm how much time he was actually incarcerated.

Brown said his office, as well as other investigating agencies like the Texas Rangers, plan to look into the unnamed third-party company responsible for placing the children in Briseno’s care. They’re also working to determine whether his wife could be held criminally responsible.

All of Briseno’s reported victims were teenagers at the time of the alleged abuse. They’re now in their 20s. For investigators, the next step is to identify the dozens of remaining girls who were ever in Briseno’s care.

“We don’t know where they’re at,” Brown said.

“If you’ve stayed at that house, if you were a foster child [in Briseno’s care], please contact us,” he said. “Whether you feel something inappropriate happened or not, we’d still like to talk to you.”

Victims are asked to call 210-335-8477 if they have any information on Briseno’s alleged abuse.

It’s the mark of a system out of control that the Mexican could run 180 girls through his home in just five years. That must have been quite a party for him.

I did some research on how much a foster parent is paid to take in a child. In Texas it’s $675 per month per child. For the creep in this story that adds up to $97,200 per year. I’m not certain whether that income would be tax free or not, but believe me, it’s way more than the average Texan earns.

The corruption that everyone knows is integral to Mexico is now firmly entrenched in the U.S. It’s a hidden cost of diversity that is increasingly not so hidden.

Border Patrol losing agents faster than it can hire them

OK, patriotic Americans of working age, here’s your chance to do something about the invasion of illegals: Join the Border Patrol and get paid for keeping the country safe.

The source article for this post doesn’t say much about why Border Patrol agents leave the organization, but we know that wages and working conditions are the root cause of many job changes. Some agents, many of whom are Mexicans, may object to President Trump’s call for ramped up deportations of illegals.

This article identifies the problem but doesn’t offer potential solutions.

Washington Times

The U.S. Border Patrol is losing agents faster than it can hire them, according to a new audit released Wednesday that said competition with other federal law enforcement and the difficulty of passing a polygraph test have sapped the agency of nearly 2,000 agents it’s supposed to have.

More than 900 agents leave each year on average but the Border Patrol only hires an average of 523 a year, the Government Accountability Office said in a broad survey of staffing and deployment challenges at the key border law enforcement agency.

The law requires the agency to have a minimum of 21,370 agents on board, but it had just 19,500 agents as of May.

That’s an even bigger problem when stacked up against President Trump’s call for hiring 5,000 more agents, to reach a workforce of 26,370.

Managers blamed everything from remote working conditions to competition with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the interior immigration agency that’s also staffing up, for difficulty in filling out ranks.

Problems span the southwest border, with eastern California and western Texas suffering particular shortages.

The new GAO analysis also looked at how the agents who are on board are deployed, amid a long-running dispute within the agency over the use of highway checkpoints.

Checkpoint backers say they serve as a critical chokepoint, helping snare drugs and, occasionally, illegal immigrants traveling on the roads. Opponents say they are easily circumvented, and also test the limits of constitutional rights, given that the Border Patrol claims authority to operate up to 100 miles away from the border.

Last year, one in five Border Patrol apprehensions of illegal immigrants, and more than three-fourths of seizures of drugs and other contraband, came more than five miles from the border.

“Illegal crossers and drug smugglers may sometimes travel near or through communities and private property in areas that are not along the immediate the border, prior to being apprehended by Border Patrol,” the GAO said.

Agents often-times end up trailing smugglers and illegal immigrants across the private property, adding to the damage, the audit said, including a photo of a mangled driveway gate attributed to illegal immigrants in Texas.

Still, the audit found local law enforcement officials are generally happy with the Border Patrol’s presence, with one Arizona official saying they would be overwhelmed without agents there to help out.

A Border Patrol agent working in San Antonio would be perceived as having a better worklife than an agent assigned to the hot, dusty expanses of West Texas. If the agency doesn’t offer hardship pay to those assigned to less desirable areas, then it should.

President Trump can do his part by Tweeting support and by paying agents personal visits along the border.

Substituting technology for people should be studied for any benefits that might accrue. But if there’s no substitute for more boots on the ground, then the taxpayer is going to have to foot the bill for improved wages and benefits.

Wetback Sniper Shoots Four, Including Baby, in Sanctuary City Austin, Texas

AUSTIN ISN’T RELEASING HIS MUGSHOT. STOCK PHOTO HERE.

Rolando Martinez had an ICE detainer out on him. He’s not been charged with attempted murder, but with assault.

The victims should sue the city. Rolando belongs in Mexico, not the U.S.

This story is getting no play from the national media. You’d think that they’re taking sides with wetback thugs.

KXAN

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Police identified a man accused of shooting at cars with an assault rifle along an 18-mile stretch of Interstate 35 Saturday morning.

Late Sunday night Rolando Martinez, 25, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a 2nd-degree felony. Four people including a 7-year-old girl were hit. The child remains in critical condition as of Saturday evening.

Austin police say the shooting began about 2 a.m. Saturday and ended around 3:15 a.m. Calls to 911 came in from multiple places along I-35, stretching from south Austin at Stassney Lane up to Wells Branch Parkway.

“We have a lot of crime scenes. We have several people that were injured in this,” said Austin Police Assistant Chief Joseph Chacon on Saturday.

Around 1:52 a.m., police officers were on patrol in north Austin when they heard gunshots nearby. They found nine .223 caliber rounds in the parking lot of the Nocturno Nightclub on North Lamar Boulevard just south of US 183.

At 1:57 a.m., APD dispatch received a call from someone who said his vehicle had been shot at along the I-35 frontage road, a few blocks south of East Braker Lane, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

At 2:25 a.m. police responded to a call and found three people with gunshot wounds in their car at North Lamar Boulevard and Masterson Pass. A man had a gunshot wound to the back of his head, a woman had a wound on her arm and a young girl also had a head injury. The woman told police they were driving by Diamond Back Trail when they heard a pop noise.

Two minutes later, officers responded to a Valero gas station at I-35 and East Braker Lane where people told them a man driving a black vehicle had pointed a black, AR-style rifle at customers in the parking lot. According to the affidavit, one customer said he was in his car when Martinez approached him.

“[The witness] stated he was scared to exit his vehicle as he was afraid he was going to get shot by [Martinez],” the affidavit stated. “[The witness] stated that [Martinez] had a serious look on his face as he was holding a black assault rifle.”

Police later reviewed surveillance video at the gas station and saw Martinez also point a gun at two men in another vehicle, the affidavit stated.

A man at a gas station on Cameron Road and East 51st Street, which is near I-35, told police around 2:58 a.m. that a man wearing dark clothing and driving a small, black vehicle also threatened him with a gun. Two minutes later, a witness told police that a man pointed a “long black rifle” at him near Cameron Road and 52nd Street, according to the affidavit.

At 3:08 a.m. a woman who was in the same area called 911 and said she was being chased by a man driving a black car. She was driving south on I-35 when the car pulled up next to her and its engine revved. When she got off at the East 51st Street exit he followed her, police said.

When she stopped at the light on Cameron Road, the driver rammed into her. To get a way from the suspect, the woman said she ran the red light but he continued to follow her and that’s when he pointed a rifle at her, according to the affidavit.

The woman’s 4-year-old son was in the car with her. “[The victim] stated that she was in fear for her life and the life of her son, believing they were both at risk of serious bodily injury or death,” the affidavit continued. She immediately sped off to get away from the other driver.

Around 3:10 a.m. a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper found an abandoned vehicle near I-35 and US 290. He saw a man run away from the scene, and later discovered a gun inside the car. According to the affidavit, more than 15 loose shells were scattered inside the car, and their location made it appear that the rifle had been shot out of both the passenger and driver’s side windows. License plate data tracked the car back to Martinez.

Officials arrested Martinez at a home on municipal traffic warrants Saturday. When they questioned him, he told them he had been drinking at the Nocturno Nightclub and didn’t remember much from that night but he did remember waking up in a grassy median near the freeway, according to the affidavit.

Martinez’s bond is set at $1 million. According to Travis County Jail records, he has an Immigration and Naturalization Service detainer on him.

Mexicans can’t hold their liquor. They’re dangerous when they’ve been drinking.

Hey, Mr. DA, up the charge to attempted murder:

TRAVIS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Address: 509 W 11th St, Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 854-9400

Trump Set to Deport 300,000 So-Called Refugees

Heartless. Mean. Cruel. Crazy. Evil.

Whatever negative words you can think of will be hurled at American president Donald Trump if he holds steadfast and begins rounding up Mestizos who illegally came to the U.S. claiming refugee status.

As the article below tells us, some of them have been in the U.S. for decades, catered to by every previous presidential administration.

express.co.uk

The US State Department said that Central Americans and Haitians granted temporary status, some who have lived in the country for 20 years, could now be sent to their home countries.

They had originally been given Temporary Protected Status because their nations had been deemed unstable due to armed conflict and natural disasters.

But the Washington Post reported that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has ruled those conditions no longer apply.

The Department of Homeland Security now has until Monday to announce its plans for about 57,000 Hondurans and 2,500 Nicaraguans whose protections are due to expire.

A large number fled to the US illegally in 1998 as Hurricane Mitch battered Central America and have had their status renewed ever since.

Under the changes, the refugees could be arrested and sported once their protections expire.

So far, the Department of Homeland Security has refused to say what action will be taken.

A decision on the other 240,000 refugees who have the status will be made by January.

Many of them have homes, businesses and children who were born in America.

According to the paper, Donald Trump’s administration has stressed the programme was never meant to allow permanent residency in America.

An official said: “It is fair to say that this administration is interpreting the law, exactly as it is, which the previous one did not.

“It is very clear what needs to be done.”

Mr Trump campaigned for the presidency last year on a promise to deport large numbers of immigrants.

Last month, people close to the administration said the White House was considering anti-immigration activists’ appeals to pull back on the programme.

And this week, following the truck terror attack in New York that killed eight people, the President urged Congress to end the Diversity Immigrant Visa program under which suspect Sayfullo Saipov entered the United States in 2010.

The diversity program, signed into law in 1990 by President George Bush, was designed to provide more permanent resident visas to people from countries with low US immigration rates.

There’s a split on attitudes toward Trump by commenters here. I speculate that the anti-Trumpers are purists who would like to see a president stand before Congress and the American people to denounce the Jewish conspiracy while announcing that the FBI was arresting Wall Street tycoons and a host of other Jewish power brokers.

Then there are the pragmatists like me. Rounding up the un-American Deep State power elites would be a wonderful thing.

However, I’ll take what I can get. And deporting 300,000 Mestizos gets my seal of approval. They weren’t supposed to have stayed this long so they really don’t have much to complain about.

Psy Op? World Series Marriage Proposal Enthralls the Goyim

When I saw the headlines on Wednesday night trumpeting an on-camera marriage proposal by a World Series baseball player with a Latino name to his lady friend, my initial thought was “It’s a psy op.”

But I always keep an open mind.

Instead of a Negroid black Latino proposing marriage to a European-American girl, the object of Carlos Correa’s affections turned out to be a Latina.

Admittedly, Daniella Rodriguez looks almost white, but she’s not.

People

The Houston Astros celebrated their first-ever World Series championship well into last night but one player in particular is still on cloud nine today. Shortstop Carlos Correa proposed to girlfriend Daniella Rodriguez during a live television interview that took place on the field of Dodger Stadium following their Game 7 victory. An ecstatic Rodriguez quickly said yes and accepted a stunning ring, but that wasn’t her first shining moment on national television. Last year, the newly-engaged beauty graced the Miss USA stage, where she represented her home state of Texas. Here are five things you need to know about the Latina beauty queen who won the heart of the baseball star.

Rodriguez is of Mexican descent and living in the Lone Star state helped her connect with her culture. “I was born and raised in Laredo, Texas, which is right across the border,” she said in a Miss USA pageant video. “And I got the best of both worlds when it comes to living the American way but still having Mexican culture [in my life].”

I believe this photo shows Daniella with her father and brother. Obviously, they’re Mexican looking, fitting the stereotype well.

Fotos y recuerdos ❤️

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There’s still the feel of a psy op to this story.

Do you feel a little bit warmer toward those 11 million illegals (Ha! More like 30 million) after this heartwarming proposal?

Do you, goyim?

Republican Tax Bill Quietly Eliminates Tax Break for Illegals

If you want more of something, subsidize it. If you want less, tax it.

In the case of Mexican children running around the United States, America First-ers don’t want any more. Thus, eliminating the subsidy that illegals get for having children is a nice move.

It’s upset a Jewish woman, Melissa Boteach, who was interviewed for this piece by the very Jewish Business Insider.

Business Insider

A little-noticed provision in the GOP’s sweeping tax overhaul plan, which was released on Thursday, would make undocumented immigrant parents ineligible for the federal child tax credit.

As the law stands now, undocumented parents can receive a federal income tax credit up to $1,000 annually for each child, the vast majority of whom are American citizens.

The change could affect the more than 4 million US citizen children under 18 who live with at least one undocumented parent, as well as the approximately 1 million more so-called “dreamers” who were brought the US by their parents as children and remain undocumented.

Democrats, liberal advocacy groups, and immigrants’ rights activists have long been opposed to the idea, which has been repeatedly proposed by Republican lawmakers in recent years. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a former senator from Alabama, and other conservatives attempted to pass this provision, known as the Child Tax Credit Integrity Preservation Act, on several occasions as an amendment to the tax code, arguing that it would save $4.2 billion in federal money going to undocumented families.

Melissa Boteach, a vice president at the liberal think tank Center for American Progress, told Business Insider that the provision amounts to an “attack” on children “to pay for tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations.”

She noted that there is strong research that indicates that the extra income the tax credit gives to low-income families has significant long-term benefits for the children, improving their educational, health, and career outcomes, on top of helping to mitigate immediate hardship.

Particularly for low-income families, the child tax credit can be key to staying out of poverty.

“It is a significant amount of income for a low-income family … losing that will definitely affect families,” Elaine Maag, a senior research associate at the non-partisan Tax Policy Center, told Business Insider.

Boteach said that while she didn’t expect the provision to be part of the bill, she wasn’t surprised that the proposal has been resurrected.

“This is not a new idea, it was not a surprise,” she said. “It’s still sad because you’re trying to market this bill as something that’s going to help families, using the child tax credit as a fig leaf, and even within the fig leaf you’re hurting children.”