In case there was ever any doubt that the open-borders gang consistently acts in bad faith, consider the issue of Secure Communities. Under that program, local officials fingerprint persons already in jail and check the prints with a Washington database to see whether the prisoner is an illegal alien.
Common sense, right?
No, in the minds of La Raza and similar fifth columnists. They would rather allow dangerous foreign criminals to stay (who often prey upon Hispanics) than support public safety for all.
The arguably most egregious photo of an artful collection of propaganda shots included with the AP story was of “Jaquelin Minero, 12″ (shown) — holding a sign and clutching a doll.
How many 12-year-olds carry around dolls? Those schoolgirl braids are suspicious as well — is that even real hair? Normally braids thin out toward the end. In any case, the picture is obviously posed for media effect.
Does the liberal dinosaur press mind being played for a fool by Raza schemers, or is it a willing participant in carrying the agenda of one of its favorite “victim” groups?
Immigrants plead for end to fingerprint sharing, Associated Press, August 17, 2011
Immigrants who say they were hauled into jail for selling ice cream without a permit and for reporting being the victim of domestic violence had one message for a federal government task force assigned to review an information-sharing effort that gives immigration authorities access to the fingerprints of arrestees.
End the program.
More than 200 people, many wearing signs reading “Terminate Secure Communities” and carrying flags from countries including Mexico and Brazil, packed a conference room in Los Angeles Monday night to recount their experiences with a program they say is making immigrants reluctant to report crime to police out of fear of getting deported.
“Every day I live the nightmare of this program,” said Blanca Perez, 38, who said she was arrested in February for street vending without a permit. “Now I am facing deportation for the simple act of selling ice cream in the street.”