Written by Allen West on October 24, 2014
Last year President Barack Hussein Obama was awarded the “Lie of the Year” from the Washington Post over his “you can keep your doctor line.” Didn’t think he could top that whopper? Ha. Here comes another one with potentially dangerous consequences for Americans.
As reported by Breitbart, “The Obama Administration lied last year when they informed Congress and the public that the 2,200 people that the Administration released from incarceration to save money had only minor criminal records. USA TODAY, gaining the data from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) through the Freedom of information Act, reports that some of the illegal immigrants had been charged with kidnapping, sexual assault, drug trafficking, and homicide. After the new information was released, ICE spokeswoman Gillian Christensen protested, “Discretionary releases made by ICE were of low-level offenders. However, the releases involving individuals with more significant criminal histories were, by and large, dictated by special circumstances outside of the agency’s control.”
I wonder what defines “special circumstances outside of the agency’s control?” Would that happen to be “politics?” I wouldn’t put it past the vindictive nature of Valerie Jarrett and Barack Obama – after all, they closed veterans’ memorials – to do such a thing. Was it the intent of the Obama administration to use “sequestration” as a punishment upon the American people by placing fiscal restraints on agencies such as ICE, forcing them to release hardened illegal immigrant criminals?
Here is the background to the situation. As Breitbart reports, “ICE releases immigrants with serious criminal records only if their legal status has changed or if they cannot be deported. Every illegal immigrant held in jail costs ICE an average of $122 a day. Last year, GOP members asked ICE Director John Morton for specifics about the immigrants the agency had released. Rep. J. Randy Forbes, R-VA, asked Morton, “No one on that list has been charged or convicted with murder, rape or sexual abuse of a minor, were they?” Morton responded, “They were not.” He added that none of the released immigrants had been charged with child pornography charges. White House spokesman Jay Carney echoed that the prisoners who were released were “low-risk, non-criminal detainees.”
“However, an ICE spreadsheet reveals one immigrant from Texas had been charged with aggravated kidnapping and sexually assaulting a child, and others had charges including armed assaults or assaulting police officers. One immigrant had been charged with conspiracy to commit homicide. Two more had charges of aggravated assault using a weapon, and another had been charged with sexual assault.”
I know what you’re thinking — what can be done about the corruption, lies, and deceit of the Obama administration? Well the immediate remedy is to remove Harry Reid from the post of Senate Majority Leader. After all, Obama stated his policies were on the ballot this midterm election cycle — including lies like this one about illegals. This lie puts American citizens at risk, and that is unconscionable.
Breitbart says, “Morton had informed Congress that of the over 2,200 immigrants ICE released, 629 had criminal records, all of them misdemeanors “or other criminals whose prior conviction did not pose a violent threat to public safety.” Of course, Morton did not mention the 144 other released immigrants who were filed under “special issues.” They were largely released because ICE had six months to jail them legally if the agency could not deport them.”
Of course, all of this comes to light at the time when there is NO ONE in Washington D.C. until a week after the midterm election, and you can bet that in a lame duck session, this won’t be considered — especially not in a Harry Reid-controlled Senate.
I hope you’ll keep this in mind as you head to the polling booth — hopefully those with accurate voting processes and machines — and recall that Obama promised the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Foundation he would find a way to implement an executive order amnesty — another of Obama’s policies which are on the ballot.
The fundamental transformation of America includes the demographic transformation of our Republic — by any means necessary — which apparently includes placing your public safety in danger.
As the 2014 midterm election draws near, North Carolina’s embattled, but currently upheld, voter ID law could prove critical in ensuring the integrity of the state’s elections.
It was recently leaked that the NAACP, along with other liberal activist groups, are planning massive voter fraud in the state by deliberately misleading voters to cause chaos and confusion on election day, which will all be blamed on the voter ID law.
Now the state also needs to be concerned about ineligible illegal immigrants voting in the election, according to Breitbart.
North Carolina State Board of Elections officials have discovered at least 145 ineligible voters on their voter rolls after a sample cross-check with the state’s DMV looking for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) licenses.
The illegal immigrants who have had their deportations deferred by the Obama administration are allowed to obtain drivers licenses but remain ineligible to vote.
Further study and extrapolation of the numbers reveal that there could be about 600 similarly ineligible illegal immigrants who have somehow registered to vote, and that is just from a small pool of 10,000 known DACA recipients.
Officials have said that both the elections board and DMV are now cross-checking the entire list for ineligible voters.
“We want to know how such a large number of non-U.S. citizens were ever registered to vote in the first place,” Jay DeLancy, executive director of the Voter Integrity Project of North Carolina, told Watchdog.org. “There is clearly a system failure here and we need the Board of Elections and the DMV to help the Legislature and the public understand where the problem lies.”
Sadly, this is nothing new, other than the use of DACA in particular to register ineligible illegal immigrants as voters. After the 2012 election, illegal immigrant voters were discovered in vital swing states like Florida and Ohio, among others.
Nor is illegal voting new to North Carolina. In fact, the state served as the foundation for a nationwide study after the 2012 election which revealed that voter fraud could have impacted more than 1,000,000 votes across the country.
But Americans aren’t completely stupid, and some of us see this. That is why more than three quarters of the country believe voters should have to prove their citizenship when registering to vote, something a federal judge has upheld as Constitutional.
With a guarantee that all registered voters are citizens, coupled with the requirement to present a valid ID before casting a vote, voter fraud could seriously be curtailed, if not nearly stamped out.
By Suzanne Gamboa
León Rodríguez, the new head of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), recalled how he was put on the “wait list” and eventually denied admission to Georgetown Law School, where he spoke Tuesday.
He tried to persuade the school’s officials to let him in and was told he was lucky to be on a wait list. The story is a metaphor for immigration policy, he said.
“What we do in immigration policy is decide who we want to admit to the U.S. and who we don’t,” he said.
Now Rodríguez is heading Citizenship and Immigration Services, a part of the Department of Homeland Security.
“Looking back Georgetown, would you have admitted me? Would you have had different policies?” he said to chuckles from an audience attending an immigration law and policy conference.
Rodríguez’s agency will be front and center once President Barack Obama announces the executive action he’ll take on immigration. Obama said he would take executive action after the elections but before the end of the year.
“We’re going to be ready,” Rodríguez said. “Our agency will be shouldering the primary responsibility for executing whatever it is.”
Rodríguez declined to elaborate when he was asked by a reporter to give more details on what types of preparations he is making.
A Republican party official in the largest county in Arizona says surveillance tape shows a progressive Hispanic activist blatantly and openly engaging in vote fraud.
The surveillance video below was recorded on Aug. 25 during this year’s primary election cycle at a central Maricopa County elections processing facility on the edge of downtown Phoenix.
A. J. LaFaro, Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee obtained the video. He was watching the polls that day during the early-voting period voting for the Aug. 26 primary.
“The team processing the early ballots through the optical scanning equipment had gotten way ahead of the ‘upstream’ citizen boards preparing the early ballot batches for processing,” the Republican party official said, according to the Arizona Daily Independent.
While the information systems coordinator was on a long lunch break, he explained, he was “seated at one of the cubicles looking toward the reception area that is now behind bullet proof glass because of the violence and protesting that occurred by militant groups during the November 2012 general election.”
Between 12:54 and 1:04, LaFaro said, he observed a man wearing a “Citizens for a Better Arizona” T-shirt loudly drop a box containing hundreds of early-voting ballots on a table.
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Citizens for a Better Arizona is a progressive group.
The man then began “stuffing the ballot box,” LaFaro said. “I watched in amazement.”
There’s no sound in the video, but the county Republican Committee chairman gave a play-by-play of the conversation that occurred between him and the unidentified man.
“What’s your problem?” the man asked, according to LaFaro.
“I don’t have a problem,” LaFaro said.
“Stop watching me,” the man reportedly demanded. “You’re annoying me.”
LaFaro kept watching him. At one point, he advised the man: “One of your ballots isn’t sealed.”
“It’s none of your business,” the man then reportedly said. “What’s your name?”
LaFaro told him his name and that he is the county Republican Committee chairman. He asked the man’s name.
“Go fuck yourself!” the man allegedly replied. “I don’t have to tell you who I am.”
There was some drama over that unsealed ballot.
At a later point, LaFaro claims, the man said, “Go fuck yourself, gringo.”
In an interview with The Daily Caller, LaFaro described the man as “extremely militant” and “threatening.”
He described the video as the final result of a process he called a “ballot harvest” by a progressive operative.
“What is captured on the tape demonstrates the end result of what we believe to be vote fraud,” he told TheDC.
“This is a smoking gun that ballot harvesting actually does happen.”
LaFaro stressed that the man’s actions likely don’t run afoul of Arizona electoral law. However, he argued, that’s only because Arizona law allows rampant vote fraud.
The state’s election laws have been a source of considerable controversy in the last several two years.
In a nutshell, Arizona passed a law in early 2013 that, among much else, broadly strengthened rules against vote fraud. That law was later repealed by the legislature in 2014 as left-leaning Latino groups were mounting a repeal referendum. It was and remains a bit of a cat-and-mouse game of lawmaking. Had the popular referendum passed, future attempts to reign in electoral abuses would be more difficult to pass.
According to LaFaro, the actions by the man in the video would have been illegal from June 2013 to February 2014 — the period when the law was in place.
The county Republican Committee chairman concedes, however, that in August 2014 — the time when the surveillance video occurred — the surly man’s actions were likely legal.
At the same time, LaFaro observes, the man’s actions appear to be an egregious and obvious case of ballot stuffing.
LaFaro described a couple different ways in which Hispanic activists collect copious numbers of ballots — and also control exactly how they are voted.
One of these ways is ballot party. At a ballot party, he told TheDC, activists invite voters to bring their early-voter ballots to a central location. There’s food. There’s drink. Sometimes there’s even live entertainment. Voters fill out their individual ballots en masse for the activists’ chosen candidates. The activists collect the ballots and ensure they are submitted properly.
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A second, even seedier method involves activists pretending to represent the local government.
“Operatives are going around in the city of Glendale saying that they are county election officials and would be happy to collect their ballots,” LaFaro told TheDC.
He said he believes those ballots are often blank when the activists collect them. The activists then fill them out, and submit them in bulk.
An Oct. 17 report from Arizona ABC affiliate KNXV-TV substantiates LaFaro’s claims. In that report, the ABC station warned residents of Glendale, Ariz. to be on the lookout for people claiming to be official early ballot collectors.
Glendale city officials emphasized that election officials do not collect ballots from residents at their homes.
LaFaro described the 2014 Republican primary as a “very contentious” and expensive battle between more conservative and more moderate Republicans. The Hispanic activists, he said, had a strong interest in helping the more moderate Republicans win their various primaries.
Five illegals captured at the border
Border Patrol agents were able to rescue unauthorized immigrants who were inside a cardboard box and a washing machine.
Five immigrants, who were present in the US illegally, were being transported up north in a U-Haul.
They were rescued from the back of a U-Haul on Friday, Oct. 17 around 8:00 in the evening, Border Patrol said.
The U-Haul was stopped at the checkpoint in Falfurrias when agents referred the driver to secondary inspection after their K-9 alerted them.
The U-Haul was then searched and four immigrants were found inside a cardboard box, and another one was located inside a washing machine.
Border Patrol agents offered the immigrants medical attention, which they declined
A man driving the U-Haul and the woman passenger were taken into custody.
Homeland Security Investigations is currently investigating the case.