Illegal Immigration Dumbass Flamboyant House Representative 2016

I want to ask this fucker why my wife, kids and I get accosted by the TSA when traveling in OUR country but outsiders “deserve” a free pass to enter?

What a retard. Illegal immigration has as much to do about crime as ISIS does with Islam. It’s in the fucking name…….

+Slain Liberty just like jade helm is going to result in martial law so our reptilian overlords can enslave us in the FEMA camps under Walmart. Take the tin foil off your head and use it to cook some waffle fries in the oven. That would be a far more productive use for it……

REVEALED: Democrats’ secret strategy to STEAL the election – Allen B. West

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Written by The Analytical Economist

The Democrat Party’s policies are full of contradictions.

Take illegal immigration, for example, on which they take a soft stance, and contrast it with their disdain for corporations that pay low wages. Don’t they realize flooding the country with illegals pushes wages down?

It only makes sense when you realize the end goal. They don’t see the country being flooded with illegals – they see it being flooded with future Democrat voters.

Need any more evidence? Just look at how they’re rushing to exploit non-citizen Latinos ahead of the next election.

As the Washington Examiner reported:

The Service Employees International Union is teaming up with four Latino advocacy organizations and a key House Democrat to convert as many of the 5 million Latino permanent residents into U.S. citizens and voters as possible before Election Day.

Leading the charge is Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., who said Thursday that he believes the “stand up to hate” push can get 1 million of those Latinos naturalized by May, which would see them become citizens in time to register for the presidential election.

The campaign’s mantra is “Naturalize. Register. Vote.”

The hope? That some of Trump’s controversial comments come back to bite him.

Gutierrez advised Latinos to “get angry” over the anti-immigrant rhetoric emanating from Republican presidential candidates “then naturalize, register and vote.”

“Can you believe calling all Mexicans rapists?” he asked during a conference call announcing the New American Democracy Campaign, referring to controversial comments made by real estate mogul and former reality TV star Donald Trump. “Banning all people of one religion from the United States?”

If this is how they’ll exploit non-citizens for their own political purposes, it goes to prove that calls for amnesty are both possible and probable.

That’s why securing our borders is so important.

While illegal immigration pushes wages down for working Americans and puts many out of work, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. If we truly want to keep government small, a secure border is necessary.

Now only if we can get Mexico to pay for it…

[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]

TOP EXPERT: ZIKA VIRUS A BIOWEAPON

Mainstream media admits link between Zika, GMO mosquitos

International law professor Francis A. Boyle, who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, revealed the Zika virus was souped up as a bioweapon by world governments and non-government organizations during a Jan. 29 interview on the Alex Jones Show.

Not long after, the mainstream media admitted the Zika outbreak was possibly caused by the release of genetically modified mosquitoes in Brazil.

According to The Mirror:

WHO declares Zika virus global health emergency

The World Health Organization declared the Zika virus a global public health emergency on Monday, following a recommendation by a committee of independent experts.

“I am now declaring that the recent cluster of microcephaly and other neurological abnormalities reported in Latin America following a similar cluster in French Polynesia in 2014 constitutes a public health emergency of international concern,” WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said on Monday.

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The mosquito-borne virus that is believed to have recently caused thousands of birth defects in Brazil requires an international coordinated response, Chan said.

READ MORE: Zika virus: What you need to know about the latest global health scare

However, no restrictions on travel or trade are necessary, she added.

The move, recommended by WHO’s International Health Regulations Emergency Committee, which brings together experts in epidemiology, public health and infectious diseases from around the world, is aimed at fast-tracking international action and research priorities.

Last week, the Zika virus was announced to be “spreading explosively,” with the WHO warning that it could infect as many as four million people in the Americas only.

With nearly 4,000 suspected virus-linked cases of infants born with a congenital condition associated with incomplete brain development, Brazilian Health Minister Marcelo Castro claimed the epidemic was worse than previously believed. In 80 percent of the cases the infected people had no symptoms, Castro told Reuters.

Сases of babies with Zika-linked birth defects have been registered in 24 nations and territories in the Americas, according to the Pan American Health Organization.

Following the WHO’s announcement on Monday, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said they would engage new resources to fight the virus.

“CDC, along with the entire US government, is actively involved in the world’s Zika response and working 24/7 to learn more about the virus and protect health,” CDC Director Tom Frieden told Reuters.

READ MORE: Zika virus no pregnancy advice ‘offensive’ – women’s rights activists

The outbreak of the dangerous virus was first reported in December last year, with Brazilian health officials having appealed to women in the country to hold back from getting pregnant. A couple of weeks later, US authorities advised pregnant women to postpone travel plans to Latin America and the Caribbean, as US health officials confirmed that a baby born with brain damage in Hawaii tested positive for Zika. Within a matter of days, the CDC confirmed cases in a number of US states, including Florida, Illinois, New Jersey and Texas.

*(BACK TO THE GENTLE GIANTS IN CHICAGO)* – After daylong lull, 5 killed and 10 wounded in shootings in Chicago – Chicago Tribune

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BY Peter Nickeas, Tony Briscoe and Megan CrepeauContact Reporters Chicago Tribune

Sixteen people were shot in Chicago over a 12-hour period Monday, including two along a Safe Passage school route in the West Englewood neighborhood, according to authorities.

Five died in the shootings — from Cragin on the Northwest Side to Roseland on the Far South Side. Those shot ranged in age from 16 to 56. Several survivors were in critical condition.

The burst of shootings came after no one was reported shot in the city through most of the day Sunday into Monday morning.

• Two teens were shot, one fatally, in the 3000 block of South Kedvale about 5 p.m. in the Little Village neighborhood, police said. A 19-year-old died and a 16-year-old shot in the back was in stable condition at Mount Sinai Hospital, police said.

The older of the two shot affiliates with a gang in that area, and the shooting was tied to his gang affiliation, according to police. The shooter approached and fled on foot, police said. No one was in custody.

The Cook County medical examiner’s office identified the man as David Martinez, of the 2700 block of South Komensky Avenue a few blocks from where he was killed.

Two hours after the shooting, the body of the 19-year-old man still lay partially covered by a sheet outside a two-story firehouse just north of 31st Street on Kedvale Avenue.

Amid the steady downpour, about half a dozen of the man’s family walked swiftly toward the crime scene. They told the police the man’s name and birth date, to which he gave a reluctant nod.

A woman who identified herself as the victim’s sister wailed to her mother.

“I should’ve kept him (mom)!” she said. “I’m so sorry, David!” 

“Not David!” the mother yelled.

As the mother sat and sobbed under the awning of a building on the corner, the sister turned toward six men with hooded sweatshirts in front of a grocery store across the street.

“I hate every one of you (expletive) idiots,” she said to silent stares. “I hate this (expletive) neighborhood!”

Valerie Lazo, 36, who lives a block away, saw the police presence and walked toward the scene, noticing the sneakers poking out of the sheet.

“I just came out because I was afraid to God that it was someone I know,” Lazo said.

“It’s very deceiving, but it’s very gang-infested here. Lately it’s been innocent bystanders. You don’t have to be associated with them, just seen with them.”

Lazo said the Latin Kings and Two-Six gangs have been contributing to much of the bloodshed in the neighborhood. Gang signs were apparent, drawn on mailboxes, written on store windows and etched in the sidewalk.

Even for Lazo, who served eight years in the Marine Corps, including a tour in Iraq, the violence is disturbing.

“I think being here is worse than over there,” Lazo said. “And that’s sad.”

• The two shot on the Safe Passage route were near Damen Avenue and Marquette Road when someone shot them about 9:20 a.m. Monday, police said. An 18-year-old was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the face. A 20-year-old was shot in the abdomen and taken to Stroger Hospital, police said.

The older of the two shot later died. The Cook County medical examiner’s office identified the man as Trevon Stiger, of the 2100 block of West 68th Place, about two blocks from where he was killed. He was pronounced dead almost 7 hours after the shooting.

The two were shot by someone who approached on foot and opened fire, police said.

Safe Passage routes are meant to help Chicago Public Schools students get to and from school. The route for O’Toole Elementary School runs from 65th Street to 66th Street on Seeley Avenue, east on 66th to Damen, from 66th to 71st Street along Damen, and on 71st between Hamilton and Wolcott avenues.

Harper High School, also in the area, has Safe Passage routes on 65th, 66th and Marquette that run from Wood Street west to Damen.

• At 9:30 p.m., a 40-year-old man was shot in the 5700 block of South Emerald Avenue, police said. He was in a parked vehicle when another vehicle pulled up and someone inside fired shots. The bullet went through his left thigh and into his right thigh. He went to Stroger Hospital, and his condition was stabilized.

• A 25-year-old man was shot in the 10600 block of South Sangamon Avenue about 8:25 p.m. He was shot in the back and pronounced dead. Police responded to a call of shots fired and found a man shot in a car that had crashed after its driver had been shot. He was pronounced dead at Roseland Hospital, police said. He was identified as Senclair Hill, of the 10700 block of South Church Street, half a mile from where he died.

• A 17-year-old boy was shot in the 8900 block of South Throop Street about 7:30 p.m. and taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in critical condition. He had been shot in the chest, back, chin and leg. Additional details about that shooting weren’t immediately available. Police had said he was an adult and that the shooting occurred on Ada Street at 7:50 p.m.; that information was later corrected.

• A man, 39, was killed in a shooting in the 1000 block of East 100th Place about 4:40 p.m., police said. He was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the stomach. He was later pronounced dead there. Police said the shooting may be related to drug sales. The Cook County medical examiner’s office is withholding the man’s name pending notification of his closest living relatives.

• A 26-year-old man in a car with two others was shot by someone on the street about 3:25 p.m., according to police. That shooting happened near 95th and LaSalle streets, police said. He was driven to St. Bernard Hospital and Healthcare Center before being transferred to Stroger Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head. He’s in serious condition, police said.

• A 22-year-old man was shot in the foot in the Roseland neighborhood about 2:45 p.m. He was shot in the 10600 block of South Cottage Grove Avenue about 2:41 p.m. and drove himself to Roseland Hospital, police said.

• A shooting wounded two men on the Northwest Side. They drove to Community First Medical Center after getting shot near Diversey and Long avenues in the Cragin neighborhood about 2 p.m. A 19-year-old was shot in the shoulder and arm, and an 18-year-old was shot in the shoulder, police said. Both were stable.

• A 28-year-old man was shot in the 1400 block of North Fairfield Avenue in the Humboldt Park neighborhood about 1:15 p.m. He ran to the 2600 block of West Potomac Avenue and was taken to Stroger Hospital in stable condition, police said.

• A 36-year-old man was shot about 11:45 a.m. in the 5000 block of South Peoria Street. He was shot in the leg and taken to Stroger Hospital in good condition, according to authorities.

• A man died after getting shot in the 7200 block of South May Street in the Englewood neighborhood about 11:25 a.m., police said. Davon Horace, 19, was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition with three wounds to his back, one to his buttocks and one to his arm, according to authorities. He was pronounced dead at Stroger Hospital. The two people who shot him fled west in an alley, police said.

• A 56-year-old man was shot Monday morning in the 500 block of South California Avenue in the Lawndale neighborhood. He walked into Mount Sinai Hospital with a gunshot wound to his back about 10:20 a.m. His condition was stabilized.

The city had gone 33 hours without a shooting from early Sunday into Monday morning. January has been especially violent, with more people shot in the first three weeks of the year than in the same period for any of the last four years.

At least 244 people have been shot in January, 43 of them fatally

*(AND THIS IS WHAT THOSE GENTLE GIANTS WHO DON’T WORK OR GO TO SCHOOL DO IN CHICAGO ALL DAY)* – 1 dead, 7 wounded in city shootings

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BY Peter NickeasContact ReporterChicago Tribune

Eight men were shot Monday morning and early afternoon, including two wounded along a Safe Passage route in the West Englewood neighborhood, according to authorities. 

The two shot on the Safe Passage route were near Damen Avenue and Marquette Road when someone shot them about 9:20 a.m., police said. An 18-year-old was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the face. A 20-year-old was shot in the abdomen and taken to Stroger Hospital, police said.

The two were shot by someone who approached on foot and opened fire, police said.

Safe Passage routes are meant to help Chicago Public Schools students get to and from school. The route for O’Toole Elementary School runs from 65th Street to 66th Street on Seeley Avenue, east on 66th to Damen, from 66th to 71st Street along Damen, and on 71st between Hamilton and Wolcott avenues.

Harper High School, also in the area, has Safe Passage routes on 65th, 66th and Marquette that run from Wood Street west to Damen.

The most recent shooting left two people wounded on the city’s Northwest Side. They drove to Community First Medical Center after getting shot near the intersection of Diversey and Long avenues in the Cragin neighborhood. Additional details about that shooting weren’t immediately avilable.

A 28-year-old man was shot in the 1400 block of North Fairfield Avenue in the Humboldt Park neighborhood. He ran to the 2600 block of West Potomac Avenue after getting shot, and was taken to Stroger Hospital in stable condition, police said.

About 3 miles north of the May Street shooting, a 36-year-old man was shot about 11:45 a.m. in the 5000 block of South Peoria Street. He was shot in the leg and taken to Stroger Hospital in good condition, according to authorities.

Another person died after getting shot in the Englewood neighborhood about 11:25 a.m. That shooting happened in the 7200 block of South May Street. The man, 19, was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition with three wounds to his back, one to his buttocks and one to his arm, according to authorities. The two people who shot him fled west in an alley, police said.

Another person was shot Monday morning on the city’s West Side. The 56-year-old man was in the 500 block of South California Avenue in the Lawndale neighborhood. He walked into Mount Sinai Hospital with a gunshot wound to his back about 10:20 a.m. His condition had been stabilized.

The city had gone 33 hours without a shooting from early Sunday into Monday morning. January has been especially violent, with more people shot in the first three weeks of the year than in the same period for any of the last four years.

At least 228 people have been shot in January, 37 of them fatally.

Check back for more information.

*(THIS IS WHAT OUR GENTLE GIANTS DO HERE IN CHICAGO)* – Nearly half of young black men in Chicago out of work, out of school

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BY Alexia Elejalde-RuizContact ReporterChicago Tribune

Nearly half of young black men in Chicago are neither in school nor working, far exceeding the share nationally and in comparable big cities, according to a new report.

Forty-seven percent of 20- to 24-year-old black men in Chicago, and 44 percent in Illinois, were out of school and out of work in 2014, according to the report from the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Great Cities Institute that was commissioned by the Alternative Schools Network.

The report was to be presented Monday at an annual hearing on youth unemployment hosted by the Chicago Urban League.

The high rates of unemployment locally compare with 32 percent of young black men nationwide and 30.8 percent in New York and Los Angeles. Among young black women in Chicago, 35.3 percent were neither working nor in school, also higher than the national average of 24.7 percent and jobless rates in New York and Los Angeles.

Counting both men and women together, 41 percent of black 20- to 24-year-olds were out of work and out of school in Chicago, compared to 18.7 percent of Hispanics and 6.7 percent of whites in the same age group.

The highest concentration of youth unemployment was seen in neighborhoods on Chicago’s South and West sides, including Fuller Park, Englewood, East Garfield Park and North Lawndale, areas that are also home to high rates of poverty and crime.

“We are losing a generation of youth who have no opportunity to work in their neighborhoods,” Teresa Cordova, director of the Great Cities Institute, said in a news release. “It is a tragedy for those youth and it is a tragedy for the communities they live (in) and the city as a whole.”

At the hearing, a panel of several dozen state, county and city legislators is expected to hear testimony from young people and leaders of agencies concerned about shaky state and federal funding for youth employment programs.

“We are seeing the results of this monumental policy failure every day, as the shootings mount up and the funerals multiply,” said Jack Wuest, executive director of the Alternative Schools Network, a nonprofit that supports education programs for people who live in the inner city. “The new data that’s being presented draws a straight line between the unemployment crisis for youth and the escalating violence in Chicago’s hardest-hit neighborhoods.”

The racial divisions are also reflected among teenagers. Among 16- to 19-year-olds in Chicago, 14.3 percent of blacks are neither working nor in school, with boys much more affected than girls, compared to 6.8 percent of Latinos and 6 percent of whites.

Overall, 18 percent of 16- to 24-year-olds in Chicago are out of school and out of work, compared to 13.7 percent nationally, 16.4 percent in New York and 13.1 percent in Los Angeles.

Declines in youth employment across all races and ethnicities over the last decade have raised alarms that young people aren’t getting early experience that helps them secure better jobs and higher wages down the road. Declines in teen employment have been particularly steep, recovering only nominally since bottoming out during the Great Recession. Nationally, the employment rate among 16- to 19-year-olds was 28.8 percent in 2014, compared to 36.7 percent in 2005. In Chicago, teen employment last year was 16.4 percent, down from 21.6 percent in 2005. White and Hispanic teens saw the largest drop.

To address the problem, the organizations behind the hearing propose convening a task force. They also are calling for a national commitment to employ 2 million jobless youths during the summer. The group also calls for a state commitment to employ 35,000 jobless youths and commitments from Cook County and Chicago to each employ 10,000 jobless youth.