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Why are these groups silent about Obama's executive amnesty?

By John Bender
web posted November 24, 2014

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson issued a memo instructing U.S. immigration authorities how the regime will implement Obama's unconstitutional amnesty for illegal aliens.       

 According to that memo the regime considers offense of domestic violence; sexual abuse or exploitation; burglary; unlawful possession or use of a firearm; drug distribution or trafficking; or driving under the influence secondary offences for which the authorities "should" rather than "shall" deport the offenders.  It also makes clear that perpetrators of these crimes who qualify for asylum will not be deported.

It is interesting that there has been no outcry from Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, National Association of Women, or the throngs of other groups and pundits who were so outspoken about a couple of cases of domestic abuse by National Football League, or drug warrior groups and churches, or from the plethora of anti-Second Amendment groups.

Apparently, these groups are only against these crimes when the perpetrator is a citizen.   Imagine the hissy fit Bloomberg and his minions would throw if the regime were to announce that gun crimes were a secondary priority for other federal law enforcement. 

How can MAD and NOW justify not be enraged that not only are drunk driving, sexual abuse and domestic abuse are a lower priority than "street gang crimes" but the illegal alien perpetrators can avoid deportation by claiming they qualify for asylum?  One would think that these groups would be outraged that the regime is giving asylum to people who commit these crimes.

One is left to wonder if it is hypocrisy or just that these people are so uninformed that they don't know what the regime is doing.  Hopefully is the latter and when these people catch up on current events they will be as outraged as most of the rest of the country is. ESR

John Bender is a freelance writer living in Dallas, Texas.  He is a former staff writer for EtherZone.com and his columns have appeared in various print and internet publications. His work has been cited by Rush Limbaugh and he has been a guest on various radio talk shows including the David Gold Show, the Mark Davis Show, and the Armstrong Williams show.






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