Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Part 3: Illegal Immigrants Killing American Citizens is NOT A "Little Thing"....Despite What A Congressman Thinks

A little while ago we discussed the terrible tragedy where a young American citizen, Kate Steinle, was gunned down by an illegal immigration who had seven felony convictions and who had been deported five times. If that was not enough heartache for Ms. Steinle’s family and friends, an Illinois Congressman, Luis Gutierrez, described her cold blooded killing as a “little thing” that got in the way of his political aims for illegal immigrants. As we observed at that time, this is just a cold hearted, despicable thing to say especially when Ms. Steinle’s parents. family members and boy friend were in mourning for this senseless death.But this is how far the country has fallen away from respecting those with different opinions and the rule of law. The Congressman views her death as a little thing in the context of his political aims and ambitions. Cities and the politicians across the country who operate them have decided that the rights of illegal immigrants are more important than observing current Federal law and the lives of American citizens.Thus, I thought it worthwhile to take some discussion time to identify and honor those American citizens that have suffered and died as a result of politicians who think that the the status of illegal immigrants is more important than the lives of American citizens. I am not saying that all illegal immigrants are violent or criminals, the majority are likely not. But it is important to understand that because the Washington political class has not sealed the border, that Washington politicians have not enforced standing immigration law in so-called “sanctuary cities,” and that local politicians give haven and refuge to illegal immigrants in sanctuary cities, many of whom are criminal elements, Americans are dying. And the mainstream media for the most part of ignored or downplayed these deaths to facilitate the work of people like Congressman Gutierez who thinks that a single, unnecessary American citizen death at the hands of illegal immigrant who never should have been on an American street is a “little thing.”Note: we thought we would finish this theme yesterday but have since come across another set of murders, rapes and other violence as a result of illegal immigrants so we will need at least another day or two to complete the discussion.1) Chuck Ross writing for the Daily Caller discussed the tragic case of how a 29 year old illegal immigrant, who has been charged with an alleged rape and murder in a hammer attack, had avoided being deported twice in the past 15 months. While Federal immigration officials had once wanted to have the attacker, Victor Aureliano Hernandez Ramirez, detained, they later declared him no longer a deportation priority under new guidelines from the Obama administration.Victor Aureliano Hernandez Ramirez and a crime partner have been charged with allegedly breaking into the California home of Marilyn Pharis the early morning of July 24, 2015. They allegedly beat the 64 year old Pharis with a hammer and sexually assaulted her. Unfortunately, Ms.Pharis died about a week later. This apparently is not Ramirez’s first brush with the law. As with just about every other illegal immigrant criminal we have discussed this week, he has had a deep history of criminal activity. He has previously been arrested for battery, drugs, and probation violations. Local Santa Maria police chief Ralph Martin did not mince words on who is at fault for Ms. Pharis’s murder: “I think this is a national issue – it starts with [the Obama] administration and their policies. You can draw a direct line to this governor and Legislature. I am not remiss to say that from Washington DC to Sacramento, there is a blood trail to Marilyn Pharis’ bedroom.” I wonder if Congressman Gutierrez considers Ms. Pharis’s murder a “little thing?”2) Breitbart recently covered Congressional hearings where American families who had lost family members to the violence of illegal immigrant criminals testified in front of Congress. Besides detailing their horrific stories of grief, the report also reported that Congressman Luis Guteriez was extremely disrespectful and disgraceful towards those that dared to have a different immigration opinion on him. Specifically, the report stated: “After Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) exploded with rage at Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies for daring to quote him as saying Kathryn Steinle’s death was a “little thing,” three mothers whose children were murdered by illegal aliens walked out of the hearing in disgust.” Again, another disgraceful display of the lack of compassion and sympathy for American families who had loved ones violently taken from them long before they should have left.The article then went on to describe the loss of these families:Laura Wilkerson:

  • Wilkerson led the walkout as soon as Gutierrez began to rage for being quoted as saying a woman’s death at the hands an illegal alien was a “little thing.”
  • Her son, Joshua, was murdered by Hermilio Moralez after being tortured on November 16, 2010. Joshua had given Moralez a ride home but that did not stop Moralez from tying Joshua up and setting him on fire.
  • Moralez later bragged in court that his “killing skills took over.”
  • In previous Congressional testimony, Ms. Wilkerson testified: “This was our family’s 9/11 terrorist attack by a foreign invader, whether you want to recognize it or whether you do not. This government continues to fail or even recognize that we have an issue. Americans are dying daily at the hands of criminals that we don’t even know are here.”
Sabine Durden : 
  • Her son, Dominic, was also killed by an illegal immigrant.
  • That killer, an illegal immigrant from Guatemala, had previous brushes with the law that included a conviction for felony armed robbery and two DUIs.
  • Durden was also greatly offended by Gutierrez’s bullying, saying he made her “physically sick,” and that he is a “disgrace.”

Mary Ann Mendoza:

  • Ms. Mendoza lost her son, Police Sergeant Brandon Mendoza, in May, 2014, when an illegal Mexican immigrant killed him after driving on the wrong side of the road.
  • The article said he was “blackout drunk” with a blood-alcohol level three times the legal level.
  • The illegal immigrant, Raul Silva Corona, had been in the country illegally for twenty years and not unexpectedly, had a long criminal record but was still driving on the streets of America.
  • Previously he had been charged with criminal conspiracy, leaving the scene of an accident, assault, and burglary.
  • In a letter to President Obama, Mendoza asked why a violent illegal immigrant was allowed to stay in the country for decades: “The Federal Government knew he, Raul Silva Corona , was an illegal immigrant when he was convicted on crimes in 1994 in Colorado. The prosecutors were ‘lenient’ on him and several charges were dismissed… Why wasn’t he deported?” Mendoza wrote. “I am furious that the Federal Government allowed this criminal to stay in this country and KILL my son!”

I wonder if Congressman Gutierrez thinks each of these unnecessary deaths are a "little thing?”
Americans who want a secure border and rational and sane immigration rules and laws are not racists. We think that any unnecessary deaths, in this discussion unnecessary citizen deaths by criminal and violent illegal immigrants, are horrible and not a little thing. We think these unnecessary murders and violence are an absolute disgrace relative to Federal government incompetence and local government’s sanctuary cities and tolerance of criminal illegal immigrants.To attack and slander Americans who blame the current system for letting multiple felon illegal immigrants to walk our streets is the height of absurdity. Just another example of where logic an adult conversations is choked off by politicians that have their own agendas and personal careers placed ahead of what is right for the welfare and safety of the rest of us.More heartbreaking, unnecessary deaths tomorrow.


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