ILLEGALS VOTING ILLEGALLY
the true cost of all that “cheap” labor is passed along to the middle class.
"This doesn't include the to society, which provides health care, housing, education, child care, and legal services to illegal aliens. Even though immigration advocates claim that illegal aliens do indeed pay taxes, the dollar amount to the cost of the many services they receive."
Bienvenidos a Mexico: California's ballot-harvesting, sure enough, is borrowed from Mexico
The practice has its roots in Latin America, said K.B. Forbes, a political consultant and Hispanic activist who has served as an elections observer in Sonora, Mexico. “In the Latin culture, they have colonias, which is ‘little colony,’ literally,” he said. “In these, they sometimes have the equivalent of a precinct boss, and that’s how people move up. The [politiqueras] deliver the vote and when the candidate moves in, the theory is that they get a good post inside the government.”
CALIFORNIA ICE CAPADES
Crackdown on sheriffs, comfort for criminal illegals.
CALIFORNIA RUNNING OUT OF OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY TO TAX
Study: More than 7-in-10 California Immigrant Households Are on Welfare
More than 7-in-10 households headed by immigrants in the state of California are on taxpayer-funded welfare, a reveals.
Bad News From California
S.F IS HOME TO THE MOST CORRUPT AMNESTY DEMS IN THE COUNTRY INCLUDING FEINSTEIN, PELOSI, NEWSOM AND HITLERMALA HARRIS.
San Francisco: Now so bad, it'll make you cry
The Hollowing-Out of the California Dream
CALIFORNIA DMV GIVES ILLEGAL VOTERS A SURGE
“New” and “underrepresented” voters could spell victory for leftist Democrats in November.
The Once 'Golden State' Is Badly Tarnished
- , a referendum passed in 2014, reclassified certain drug possession felonies to misdemeanors and required misdemeanor sentencing for theft when the amount involved is $950 or less. Drug possession for personal use is now considered a misdemeanor.
- , a statewide ballot proposition passed in 2016, changed parole policies for those convicted of nonviolent felonies. But the proposition failed to define “nonviolent crimes”. The result was that those committing “nonviolent” crimes such as rape of an unconscious or intoxicated person, assault of a police office, domestic violence, hostage taking, drive-by shootings, and human trafficking of a child became eligible for early parole based on a paper review in lieu of a parole hearing.
- and allow for the early release of prisoners who are 60 years or older who have served at least 25 years of their sentence and prisoners who committed crimes at least 25 years or younger who have served at least 15 years, respectively. Both were signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in 2017.
- In June this year, Gov. Brown signed into law , that gives defendants a chance to have their charges dismissed and evidence of their arrest erased from the record if they can convince a judge that they suffer from a treatable mental disorder. Such defendants could be offered a pretrial diversion of two years to undergo mental health treatment.
By Howie Carr
The Boston Herald, August 08, 2018
But the real double standard kicks in when the undocumented Democrat gets to the courtroom. A taxpaying American can only dream of the kid-gloves treatment these Third World fiends get.
Here’s a 2016 headline: “If Springfield market owner illegally cashing food stamps had been U.S. citizen punishment would have been greater, judge says.”
This one involved a 56-year-old Dominican bodega owner who was running an EBT-card scam for illegal immigrants in Springfield — stop me if you’ve heard this one before. He stole $38,000 and didn’t do a day in jail. As Judge Tina Page said, “Had he been a citizen of the U.S. he would in all likelihood be serving a substantial sentence.”
But if he’d been imprisoned he’d have been deported, and God knows we don’t want to deport Dominican welfare fraudsters — or Dominican heroin dealers.
Freeing Dominican heroin dealers (and future cop killers) is the specialty of Superior Court Judge Timothy Feeley, who cut loose a Dominican heroin dealer with no prison time, as the prosecutor put it, “to help him avoid deportation.”
Are you starting to notice a pattern here? Sometimes law-abiding taxpayers get murdered because of this double standard of justice for welfare-collecting noncitizens.