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Saturday, November 12, 2016

Illegal Aliens Win Huge Election in Arizona

Illegal Aliens Win Huge Election in Arizona
If you were responsible for the law enforcement and protecting four million people and all the evidence pointed to one certain group of people being responsible for committing over 70% of the crime in your area, wouldn’t you focus your attention on that group of people? How responsible would you be if you ignored that group of people?
Maricopa County in Arizona is home to just over four million people as of 2013. There are at least eight cities in the county with a population over 100,000 people including the state capital of Phoenix with a population of around 1.5 million.
Over the past 30 years, over 70% of major crime in Maricopa County has been linked directly or indirectly to illegal aliens and illegal drug and human trafficking. All this illegal activity is coming from across the US-Mexican border. Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer repeatedly asked Barack Obama to visit Arizona and the border and see for himself the problem of illegal aliens and drugs, but Obama refused every invitation. Instead of taking action to protect the citizens of Arizona and the United States, Obama and his minions refused to enforce federal immigration laws. Not only did they refuse to enforce federal immigration laws but they targeted and attacked law enforcement that did try to enforce the laws.
Per the request of over 200 country citizens, Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio launched an investigation into Barack Obama’s eligibility to occupy the White House. The Maricopa County Cold Case Posse found overwhelming evidence that proved that the official Obama birth certificate presented by the White House was a forgery, as was Obama’s Selective Service Card. They also found evidence that questioned Obama’s Social Security Number which according to the number was issued in Connecticut where Obama never lived.
Read More: https://brutalist.press/posts/777/illegal-aliens-win-huge-election-in-arizona

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