VIDEO: LIBERAL HAS NO ANSWER WHEN ASKED WHY ENFORCING IMMIGRATION LAWS IS ‘RACIST’

“Why does your argument always take a turn into racial demagoguery?”

Steve Watson | Infowars.com – MARCH 28, 2017

Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson wanted to know why the head of the New York City Council suggested that enforcing illegal immigration laws is racist, but his guest, a sanctuary cities advocate, couldn’t provide the answers.

The comments were made by Melissa Mark-Viverito at the National Conference on Sanctuary Cities, where she repeated claims she made earlier in the month that enforcing US immigration laws against those seeking to enter the country illegally was tantamount to ethnic cleansing.

The council speaker has claimed that “I think in the last couple of weeks we’ve seen very, very, very clearly what the ultimate goal is of this administration. There clearly is a sense of purging… of implementing policies to purge certain groups of people from this country.”

Carlson asked Cristobal Alex, a civil rights attorney, and sanctuary cities advocate, why such a prominent figure in the debate would suggest such a thing, but he spent the entire interview dodging the question:

Alex, also a self proclaimed Hillary supporter, first suggested that “the point that she was trying to make is that sanctuary cities are actually much safer. And what Jeff Sessions, and what this Department of Justice are trying to do is pass draconian laws that will make it much harder and unsafe for our cities in the United States.”

Carlson pointed out that there are no studies that support the claim that such cities are safer.

“There’s no disagreement — there haven’t been studies done on that that show it.” Carlson told Alex, when he attempted to continue the line of argument.

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Carlson returned to the line of questioning about ‘ethnic cleansing’, noting ” I don’t understand why this has be a racial conversation, I don’t understand why if you disagree with someone about the immigration policy, that person needs to be a racist’.”

Alex simply had no comeback, saying that he ‘respected’ the council speaker and was ‘looking forward to what she has to say next’, while admitting that sanctuary cities would not solve the problem of the immigration system.

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“Do me the favor of addressing what she actually said.” Carlson requested, to which Alex responded, “you’ll need to ask her directly”.

“Why does it always take a turn into racial demagoguery?” Carlson asked, adding “you’re accusing Trump of being a demagogue, and then when people say things like ethnic cleansing and murdering people because of their race? Come on now!”

“I’m not going to speak for the speaker.” Alex responded, returning once again to the claim that there is evidence to suggest sanctuary cities are safer.

Alex then attempted to argue against the documented reality of supply and demand, and suggested that it isn’t the case that wages are driven down when areas are flooded with people who are willing to work for less.

“Come on, this is insulting!” Carlson told Alex.

Alex then wouldn’t answer Carlson’s further question of “how many illegal immigrants is too many?”, wheeling out the cliche of “This is a country built on immigrants. And we should be building bridges, not walls.”

“On illegal immigrants?” Carlson shot back, adding “What does that even mean?”

“You guys always fall back on these ‘bumper stickers’.” Carlson exclaimed.

Social media blew up following the interview.

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Sessions Announces Crackdown on Sanctuary Cities…

By Stephen Dinan and Dave Boyer

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday he’ll begin punishing sanctuary cities, withholding potentially billions of dollars in federal money — and even clawing back funds that had been doled out in the past.

Speaking at the White House, Mr. Sessions said his department is preparing to dole out more than $4 billion in funds this year, but will try prevent any of it from going to sanctuaries.

“Countless Americans would be alive today … if these policies of sanctuary cities were ended,” Mr. Sessions said.

He said he’s carrying out a policy laid out by the Obama administration last year, which identified three grant programs — the COPS grants, Byrne grants and State Criminal Alien Assistance Program money — that already require sanctuary certification.

The Obama administration didn’t end up enforcing that policy, but Mr. Sessions said he’ll begin.

Sanctuaries are jurisdictions that thwart federal immigration agents’ efforts to deport illegal immigrants, usually be refusing to comply with detainer requests from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

More than 100 cities and counties were identified last week in ICE’s inaugural public name-and-shame list of sanctuaries.

Some of the sanctuaries refuse all communication with ICE, saying they want no part of helping deport anyone. But other jurisdictions say they’re concerned about the legal implications of holding someone for ICE agents, and say federal agents’ requests aren’t good enough.

On Friday ICE issued a new detainer form, replacing a jumble of forms that had emerged under the Obama administration. ICE’s new single form allows agents to demand notification when a potential deportee is about to be released from custody, and also asks that the target person he held for up to 48 hours so agents can get there to pick the person up.

The notification requirement is controversial with only a handful of the most strident sanctuaries, but the 48-hour hold is more problematic.

The National Sheriffs’ Association said it was looking for a clearer policy statement from Mr. Sessions.

“Until the Department of Justice issues legal guidance confirming the constitutionality of current detainers, sheriffs will remain exposed to legal and ethical ramifications,” Jonathan Thompson, executive director of the association, said last week.

Archdiocese of Mexico City: Collaborators on Trump Wall ‘Traitors to their Country’

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By Thomas D. Williams, PH.D.

In a powerfully worded editorial, the Catholic archdiocese of Mexico City has condemned all companies and individuals who would work on Donald Trump’s border wall, calling them “immoral” and “traitors to their country.”

The unsigned editorial titled “Treason to the Homeland” appeared in Sunday’s edition of Desde la Fe, the weekly magazine of the Archdiocese of Mexico.

Pulling no punches, the op-ed savages the U.S. President, calling him a “fanatic” who is intent on constructing a “monument to intimidation and silence, hatred and xenophobia.”

As harsh as its denunciation of Trump may be, however, the article is directed at Mexicans who are willing to work on the wall. What is regrettable, the piece states, is that “on this side of the border, Mexicans are ready to collaborate with a fanatical project that annihilates the good relationship and harmony of two nations that share a common border.”

The article states that in recent days, more than 500 Mexican companies have expressed interest in contracts to participate in “the construction of the wall of ignominy,” by providing cement, materials, lighting and paint.

“With the fine justification of being companies that generate jobs, these companies seek to make a profit, regardless of the consequences, and consolidate their presence in the industry they exploit.”

For these companies, “the end justifies the means,” it reads.

The result, the piece adds, is that the “investment of Mexican companies in the wall will end up nurturing all those forms of discrimination that throughout history have subjected millions of human beings.”

The op-ed also takes issue with the Mexican government for its “lukewarmness” in dealing with Mexican businesses. In their short-sightedness, the piece continues, government officials fail to see that the wall is an “open threat” that violates social relations and peace and therefore has not taken legal action against these companies.

In an interesting twist, the op-ed states that “any deportation, when there is no proven crime and administrative failure justified according to law, is a sign of terror.”

It is entirely possible that the Archdiocese is unaware of Mexico’s own immigration policy and practices, which in most respects are stricter than those of the United States.

Under Mexican law, illegal immigration is a felony. In Article 118, the General Law on Population states that foreigners entering the country without the required documentation will be fined the equivalent of “20 to 100 days of established minimum salary.”

Article 125 adds that along with the stated fine, foreigners without legal documentation will be deported from the country.

According to the Pew Research Center, in 2015, the Mexican government “carried out about 150,000 deportations of unauthorized immigrants from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.”

The Mexican Archdiocese states that the border wall is a monument “to silence the voices of poorly paid and ill-treated workers, unprotected families and abused persons. It is a retreat from the noblest longings of mankind, for which much blood has been shed. It is a prelude to the destruction of the values of democracy and social rights.”

Moreover, the wall “represents the predominance of a country that considers itself good with the manifest destiny to crush a nationality that it has considered perverted and corrupt: the Mexican.”

The article concludes: “Any company that intends to invest in the wall of the fanatic Trump would be immoral, but above all, its shareholders and owners should be considered as traitors to their country.”

OUTRAGED Parents of Rockville, Maryland demand action against illegal immigrant crime

Published on Mar 25, 2017

Maryland intends to become a sanctuary state despite this situation.

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan rows with Donald Trump Jr following Westminster terrorist attack

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan has found himself embroiled in a row with Donald Trump’s son, who used the attack on parliament to condemn comments made by the mayor last year that terrorist attacks are “part and parcel of living in a big city.”

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Donald Trump Jr took to Twitter to slam the mayor’s comments, made during an interview to the Evening Standard back in September 2016.

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“I want to be reassured that every single agency and individual involved in protecting our city has the resources and expertise they need to respond in the event that London is attacked,” Khan had added in the interview, according to the Independent.

The mayor, however, told BBC’s Radio 4 Today program on Thursday morning that he would not respond to Trump’s tweets.

“What I will say about this is the threat level in London and our country remains the same: it’s severe.
 
“That means according to experts an attack is highly likely. The commissioner who just retired said last year that as far as an attack was concerned it’s a question of when not if.

“Thankfully the police and the security services and the emergency services practice for such incidents. One I’m afraid has happened yesterday,” Khan said.

Trump Jr’s remarks were not well-received in Britain.

MP for Ilford North, Wes Streeting, hit out at Trump Jr for exploiting the London terrorist attack to criticize the mayor.

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While a Channel 4 correspondent asked Trump Jr if he had read the entire article before “goading” the mayor.

Former New Yorker and author Bonnie Greer mocked the US president’s son, telling him he should read a terrorist ‘guide’.

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Criticism of Khan

Khan, however, has faced other accusations of falling short in the way he dealt with the crisis following the assault on Parliament on Wednesday that killed four and left 40 injured.

Khan made a statement at 4:26pm, almost two hours after the attack, saying: “There has been a serious incident near to Parliament Square this afternoon which is being treated as a terrorist attack until the police know otherwise.
 
“I have spoken to the Acting Commissioner. The Metropolitan Police Service is dealing with the incident and an urgent investigation is underway.
 
“My thoughts are with those affected and their families.”

Khan also thanked the police and emergency services for their “tremendous bravery” and “hard work” to protect London.

Some of the public, however, took to social media to question why he failed to say anything about the attack earlier, with some calling his silence “deafening.”

Others criticized him for making “zero difference”.

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Khan released another statement later on Wednesday evening saying: “We stand together in the face of those who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life.
 
“We always have, and we always will. Londoners will never be cowed by terrorism,” he said.

DEMOCRAT COUNCILMAN LABELS ICE AGENTS ‘NAZIS’ FOR ENFORCING IMMIGRATION LAW

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Tucker Carlson grills city lawmaker who enacted sanctuary city policies

| Infowars.com – MARCH 22, 2017

A Democrat city councilman drew comparisons between ICE agents carrying out immigration raids and Nazis during an interview concerning last week’s brutal rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland school.

Baltimore councilman Zeke Cohen defended a recently enacted city resolution which blocks federal agents from enforcing deportation orders, arguing Baltimore is a “welcoming” city.

Cohen clarified his new sanctuary policy demands ICE agents target violent criminals for removal, such as those who committed the rape.

“But we only knew they were violent criminals after they had raped a ninth-grader,” Tucker tells Cohen.

“The fact is that at least one of them, possibly both, but at least one was in violation of the law already and because a lot of your state refuses to enforce federal immigration law he was able to commit that rape.”

“Wouldn’t it have been better to get him out of that school and out of this country before he raped this girl?” Carlson asked.

Cohen pivoted to discussing ICE’s recent deportation of an illegal immigrant Honduran father picked up by agents after dropping off his son at school.

“His only history is violating his status and returning to this country. He escaped violence in Honduras just the same way that my great grandmother escaped violence and persecution in Austria and we welcome him here,” Cohen said, adding, “Immigrants built the fabric of this country and Baltimore is a place that will continue to welcome them.”

Cohen had also previously compared immigration raids to the Holocaust in statements appearing in an article Monday on the City Paper.

“We lost a barber, a business owner and a father. They’re not gang members or drug dealers,” Cohen was quoted as saying. “They are like my grandmother who left everything behind, including a family who perished in the gas chambers.”

Tucker pointed out Cohen was criticizing laws which would have prevented the young girl’s rape, and essentially comparing fellow Americans tasked with enforcing immigration laws to the Nazis who killed millions of Jews.

“It’s pretty unbelievable that you would compare ICE, federal immigration authorities to the Nazis, which you just in effect did, and you did explicitly yesterday when their enforcing laws that would have prevented this heinous crime,” Carlson stated. “Would you say that to the parents of the girl who was raped? ‘These are Nazis, these Americans who were enforcing immigration laws.’ Why would you say some thing like that?”

Carlson was referring to the violent rape of a 14-year-old Rockville High School student last Friday who was sexually assaulted in a bathroom stall by two other students, including an 18-year-old illegal immigrant, in the middle of the school day.

The assault was described as a “terribly gruesome, violent, unconscionable attack” in a now-deleted tweet from ABC 7 news reporter Kevin Lewis.

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A local woman claimed the criminal act forced her to rethink her “bleeding heart liberal” political stance.

https://www.infowars.com/democrat-councilman-labels-ice-agents-nazis-for-enforcing-immigration-law/