Soros Lackey Sheriff Who Defeated Arpaio Calls Illegals “Guests” – U.S. Mexico border is far from secure

Soros Lackey New Sheriff Who Defeated Arpaio Calls Illegals Aliens “Guests”

Jan 5, 2017 by  s

New Sheriff Who Defeated Arpaio (With Help of Soros) Calls Illegal Aliens “Guests”

Newly sworn-in Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Paul Penzone, in a January 4 interview with Phoenix TV station ABC 15, referred to illegal aliens as “guests.”

Penzone (shown), who assumed office on January 1 after defeating six-term Sheriff Joe Arpaio in November, said during the interview:

We will need to work with the guests who are here in our nation and are pursuing citizenship and separate that from those who are committing crimes and make sure that we a caring community that is serious about public safety.

While it may not be immediately apparent from this quote that Penzone was referring to illegal aliens when he spoke about “guests,” the ABC 15 reporter who interviewed the new sheriff noted that for “24 years, sheriff Joe Arpaio made no bones about it: illegal is illegal. The new sheriff uses different terms for undocumented immigrants. He calls them ‘guests.’ ”

“Undocumented immigrants” is the popular euphemism for illegal aliens among those who wish to ignore the fact that illegal immigration is a crime.

In a statement quoted by both the AP and the Arizona Republic, Penzone described what he regards as his first order of business: “The top priority is addressing the issue of the federal monitors and meeting those objectives and those outcomes,” he said. “We have to do that. We can’t move forward until we’ve gotten on the same page, so I look forward to working with the ACLU. I look forward to working with the DOJ on the monitors and getting everybody on the same page so this community can be in a better place.”

The monitors to which Penzone referred were assigned after a federal judge ruled that the sheriff’s department had racially profiled Latinos during traffic operations.

A news release posted by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Public Affairs on August 13, 2015 stated that the U.S. District Court of the District of Arizona had granted a motion by the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division to intervene in a private lawsuit, Melendres v. Arpaio, brought against Sheriff Arpaio.

In Melendres, the federal court found in May 2013 the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) had engaged in “unlawful discrimination” against Hispanic persons in its traffic enforcement operations in violation of the Fourth and 14th Amendments to the Constitution and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

“As a party in the Melendres case, the Department of Justice can now work together with the court, the plaintiffs and the independent monitor to ensure that the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office meaningfully implements the court-ordered reforms so that the constitutional rights of all people of Maricopa County are protected,” the release quoted Deputy Assistant Attorney General Mark Kappelhoff of the Civil Rights Division as saying.

The appointment of federally ordered monitors represented what has become a common practice in recent years, as federal authorities intervene more and more into matters that were never designated as areas of federal responsibility in the Constitution and which should, therefore, be left to the states.

Penzone’s second priority, he said in an interview with the Arizona Republic, will be improving morale among employees. Penzone said he’s been getting acquainted with the staff ever since his decisive win in November.

“We’ll be working on getting them to feel good about where they are, what they’re doing,” he said. “There hasn’t been a change in 24 years, so it’s a big change for everyone.”

Penzone’s predecessor, Arpaio, had developed a well-deserved reputation during his 23 years in office for his no-nonsense conservative practices. As a result, he became controversial much of the time, often because of his tough stance on illegal immigration. He began focusing on many law enforcement-related issues associated with illegal immigrants in 2005. After that, his office ran a large number of operations investigating and raiding businesses in Maricopa County that employed illegal aliens, and arrested many of them. He had an excellent success rate in nearly 60 raids, with 100 percent of the people arrested for using stolen identity cards being proven to be illegal immigrants.

Penzone, who had served on the Phoenix Police Department for 21 years, made his first bid for elected office in his unsuccessful campaign for Maricopa County sheriff in 2012 against Arpaio.

In 2016, Penzone ran again against Arpaio, who by then had been in office for 24 years. This time Penzone defeated Arpaio by 665,478 votes (55.6 percent) to Arpaio’s 531,674 votes (44.4 percent).

Though several factors might be named as contributing to Penzone’s defeat of Arpaio, including fallout among Hispanic voters due to the charges that the sheriff’s department had racially profiled Latinos during traffic stops (always a subjective accusation) made in the Melendres case, perhaps the biggest factor of all was millions of dollars spent by a PAC to attack the sheriff and support Penzone. A report in The New American last November noted that the PAC — Maricopa Stong — had already spent $2.9 million on negative mailers and television ads, claiming that “Arpaio talks tough, but he doesn’t keep us safe,” because he ignores crime while he “focuses on his personal agenda.”

As the article pointed out, that “agenda” was to take illegals off the streets of Maricopa County before they contribute disproportionately to crime in that county.

The article reported that leftist billionaire George Soros had spent $2 million of his own money to create Maricopa Strong and pointed to another report in Politico that produced evidence that a Soros spokesman had admitted that Soros is funding the attacks on Arpaio. Politico quoted Michael Vachon, the Soros spokesman, who stated:

We made a major investment in the effort to defeat Joe Arpaio for two reasons…. First, Joe Arpaio has been a stain on the justice system in Arizona for more than two decades, violating civil rights and abusing his office. Second, his influence on the national conversation about immigration has been poisonous. This election is an opportunity to send a message: When matched on an even playing field, the values of justice and inclusion will defeat the politics of fear-mongering and intolerance.

Politico also quoted Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, who in 2012 co-founded Citizens for Professional Law Enforcement, a PAC to take on Arpaio and assist Penzone in the last sheriff’s race. “The persuasion campaign that Maricopa Strong is running is critical to the effort to defeat Joe Arpaio,” said Gallego.

While Penzone does boast of a lengthy record in law enforcement, which might otherwise make him a well-qualified sheriff, the very large interest that Georges Soros (whom Human Events readers once voted as “the single most destructive leftist demagogue in the country”) has taken in knocking out Arpaio and replacing him with Penzone does not bode well for the people of Maricopa County.

Photo of Paul Penzone on election day, Nov. 8, 2016: AP Images

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A reminder that the U.S. Mexico border is far from secure


Brian A. Terry border patrol station around Bisbee, Arizona

A reminder that the U.S.-Mexico border is far from secure

Jan 1, 2017 By

Gunmen working for an undetermined drug cartel in a known drug smuggling corridor near the Brian A. Terry border patrol station around Bisbee, Arizona fired several shots at an on-duty U.S. Border Patrol agent December 30.

Breitbart Texas reports that the shots struck the agent’s vehicle but the officer was not hit by the gunfire.

According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials:

An agent assigned to a mobile surveillance unit near Hereford Road heard several shots fired and observed two unknown individuals with a rifle at a distance. An unoccupied Border Patrol vehicle next to the surveillance unit was struck by bullets. The agent was not injured and did not return fire.

Multiple Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents and law enforcement responded to the area in an effort to locate the suspects. The suspects fled the area on foot and have not been located.

The shooters were not apprehended but local officials in Arizona are investigating.

The Brian A. Terry station honors a U.S. Border Patrol agent killed in a gun battle with Mexican cartel gunmen.

As Breitbart reports:

Border Patrol agents are the most assaulted federal law enforcement officers, Border Patrol Commissioner Mark Morgan aid in testimony before the U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee in November. Nearly 150 Border Patrol agents were assaulted during the first two months of fiscal year 2017 which began in October, Breitbart Texas reported. This represents an increase of more than 230 percent over the same period of time in the prior year. Nearly 7,500 Border Patrol agents have been assaulted since 2009 tU.S. Customs and Border Protection officials reported. “It’s a dangerous job,” Morgan stated.

But enhanced border security efforts may be on the way.

President Barack Obama, who has been falsely claiming for years that the border is secure, will be replaced by President-elect Donald Trump at 12 Noon on January 20. Trump has promised to secure the border.

Massachusetts Sheriff Offers Inmates to Build Border Wall

Sheriff suggests national prison work program for natural disaster cleanup, border wall construction

Jan 4, 2017 by Brendan Kirby

A Massachusetts sheriff on Wednesday unveiled an outside-the-box proposal to help make President-Elect Donald Trump’s proposed border wall a reality — inmate labor.

Thomas M. Hodgson, who was sworn in to a fifth four-year term on Wednesday as sheriff of Bristol County, is pitching a plan to create a nationwide consortium of sheriffs who agree to make inmate labor available to respond to the aftermath of hurricanes and natural disasters — and for ambitious national building projects. One possible application would be to provide labor for the construction of a border wall.

“I can think of no other project that would have such a positive impact on our inmates and our country than building this wall.”

“I can think of no other project that would have such a positive impact on our inmates and our country than building this wall,” Hodgson said in a prepared statement. “Aside from learning and perfecting construction skills, the symbolism of these inmates building a wall to prevent crime in communities around the country, and to preserve jobs and work opportunities for them and other Americans upon release, can be very powerful.”

The spectacle of Massachusetts inmates working to build a “big, beautiful wall” is unusual for reasons of geography and politics. The border is more than 2,100 miles away, and Trump lost every single county in the Bay State. Bristol County, which borders Rhode Island, favored Democrat Hillary Clinton by 9 percentage points.

Jonathan Darling, a spokesman for the sheriff, told LifeZette that he expects the idea to draw some criticism.

“There’s always blowback with political stuff,” he said. “It doesn’t matter what it is, what side it is.”

Hodgson already is known as an immigration hawk in a sea of amnesty supporters.

“He’s been one of the sheriffs who have been outspoken on the impact of illegal immigration,” said Federation for American Immigration Reform spokesman Ira Mehlman, whose organization favors stricter immigration enforcement.

Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, said the idea is likely to be unpopular only with voters who already oppose Hodgson.

“Sheriff Hodgson is very popular in Bristol County and widely respected around the state,” she said. “He does have his detractors, but they already disagree with him on immigration enforcement.”

Bristol County for years has had a robust work-release program that Darling said saved taxpayers more than $1 million last year by having inmates paint government buildings, cut grass, and perform other work. Inmates also have painted churches and performed services for nonprofit organizations, Darling said.

Hodgson is proposing a national version of the program called Project NICE, which stands for the National Inmates’ Community Endeavors. The program would link participating sheriff’s offices across the country. Darling said Hodgson hopes to make a presentation to the National Sheriffs’ Association this winter.

“What this program would do is sort of take that model and expand it nationally,” Darling said, adding that it would take six months to a year to set up.

Darling said the Bristol County program is limited to nonviolent inmates near the end of their sentences. It is voluntary, but Darlin said prisoners often view it as an opportunity to avoid a jail cell all day while learning a skill.

In the context of a wall, Darling said, it would be fitting if people repaying their debt to society for breaking the law contributed to a project aimed at promoting law enforcement.

“The sheriff was really interested in the border wall,” he said. “That symbolism, we think, would be important in their rehabilitation.”

Vaughan said inmate labor could save money while dovetailing with the national criminal justice reform movement.

“It’s something the Trump administration should look into,” he said. “This kind of combines Sheriff Hodgson’s interest in [these] kinds of work programs with his interest in better immigration enforcement.”

Mehlman, the FAIR spokesman, said he does not know about the legal implications of Hodgson’s plan, but added, “It’s certainly preferable to illegal labor.”

Mehlman said it also highlights the holes in the argument offered by immigration advocates.

“When you have these employers who claim they can’t find employees, there really are other options … There are huge, untapped sources,” he said.

William Gheen, president of the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, suggested that perhaps illegal immigrants should be put to work on the wall as a deterrent to would-be illegal immigrants, who usually face nothing more than deportation.

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