cities we will know they actually support the rule of law. Sheriff
Joe was punished strictly because he wouldn't go along with an
I saw on the “Today Show” that politicians from both parties are saying this is a bad signal for those that believe in the rule of law. President Trump on Friday pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff whose aggres...
Trump pardons Sheriff Joe
President Trump on Friday pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff whose aggressive efforts to hunt down [“hunt down” is an inflammatory expression connoting injustice –ed.] and detain undocumented immigrants made him a national symbol of the divisive politics of immigration and earned him a criminal contempt conviction.In a two-paragraph statement, the White House said that Mr. Arpaio gave “years of admirable service to our nation” and called him a “worthy candidate for a presidential pardon.”Mr. Trump called Mr. Arpaio “an American patriot” in a tweet later Friday. “He kept Arizona safe!” the president said.
By Elaine Duke
USAToday.com, August 22, 2017
Although there is still work to do, the border in Yuma sector today is more secure because of this investment. Even under lax enforcement standards, apprehensions in fiscal year 2016 were roughly a 10th of what they were in FY 2005 — and are on track to be even lower this year. Crime has significantly decreased in the Yuma area, and smugglers now look for other less difficult areas of the border to cross — often areas without fencing.
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MEXICAN KIDNAPPING.... IS NUMBER ONE IN U.S. FOR
MEX CAR THEFT AND HOME INVASION.
THE STATE OF AZ HANDS OUT MILLIONS TO INVADING
MEXICANS FOR WELFARE. LEGALS PAY FOR THIS
WELFARE AND FOR THE LA RAZA CRIME TIDAL WAVE
THAT ALWAYS COMES WITH MEXICO'S INVASION,
OCCUPATION AND LOOTING.
pardon. Or else she is opposed to all pardons.