Chicago Congressman: To Assist Illegals, ‘We No Longer Cooperate With Immigrations Authorities’ In Chicago

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by Warner Todd Huston

Chicago Congressman Luis Guiterrez (Democrat, Mexico) has triumphantly announced that authorities in Chicago no longer cooperate with immigration officials trying to stop the flood of lawbreaking illegal aliens from coming across our border thanks to Obama’s lax immigration policies.

Guiterrez has proclaimed Chicago America’s friendliest city for lawbreakers because city authorities have, “made sure that we no longer cooperate with immigration authorities when it comes to the deportation or separation of our families.”

CNSNews has the report:

“On immigration, I want to let everybody know, the city of Chicago is the friendliest immigrant city in the nation and Rahm Emmanuel had a lot to do with that,” Gutierrez said.

“He made sure that we no longer cooperate with immigration authorities when it comes to the deportation and separation of our families by using city structures. Nobody can be asked when you enroll your kid in a school or seek out care because you’re injured what your immigration status is and that’s the law in the city of Chicago.”

Gutierrez continued, “Only in the city of Chicago can you graduate from high school with a ‘B’ average and be guaranteed that you are going to be able to go on to your next two years of college for free – only in Chicago – even if you’re undocumented.”

This man is a criminal but he certainly serves a bigger criminal in the White House.

CBS Blames Me for Bullet Shortage

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RUSH: You may not know this, but I was blamed on CBS for the shortage in AR-15 ammunition.  I have been blamed. (interruption) No, I didn’t ban it.  I publicized the ban.  I publicized the Regime’s plans. 

That caused people to run out and start buying it. I have been blamed for causing the run on AR-15 bullets.  


RUSH:  No, I didn’t get to it.  I had this sound bite of CBS News blaming me for the shortage of AR-15 ammo.  It’s my fault.  So we’re gonna save that sound bite. It’s actually two sound bites.  We’ll save that for tomorrow and put it with whatever else happens between now and then. We’ll be on top of it, as always, and see you then.  Thank you so much for being with us today, folks.  Adios.



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Petraeus agreed not to contest the set of facts laid out by the government


If he manages to avoid prison, former CIA director David Petraeus’ guilty plea for providing reams of classified material to his mistress will result in far more lenient punishment than that often meted for leaking the nation’s secrets.

Petraeus, 62, has agreed to admit guilt on a single misdemeanor count of the unauthorized removal and retention of classified material. The agreement was filed Tuesday in federal court in Charlotte, North Carolina, where Paula Broadwell, the general’s biographer and former mistress, lives with her husband and children.

Prosecutors recommended two years of probation and a $40,000 fine. However, the judge who hears the plea is not bound by that and could still impose a sentence of up to one year in prison. No immediate date was set for a court hearing for Petraeus to enter the plea.

By comparison, former CIA officer John Kiriakou pleaded guilty in 2012 to one count of intentionally disclosing the identity of a covert agent to a reporter and was sentenced to 30 months in prison. Then the CIA director, Petraeus hailed the conviction as a victory for the agency.


“Oaths do matter, and there are indeed consequences for those who believe they are above the laws that protect our fellow officers and enable American intelligence agencies to operate with the requisite degree of secrecy,”Petraeus said at the time.

Prosecutors said that while Broadwell was writing her book in Washington in 2011, Petraeus gave her eight binders of classified material he had improperly kept from his time as the top military commander in Afghanistan. Days later, he took the binders back to his house.

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