Napolitano has other priorities than U.S. security
In the early morning hours today, two U.S. Border Patrol agents were shot, one fatally, near Naco, the southern Arizona area known as a major drug-smuggling corridor. The wounded agent was airlifted to a hospital. A third agent was unharmed.
In the most ironic of circumstances, the shooting occurred at the Brian Terry Station — named for the Arizona agent who was killed in a December 2010 shootout linked to the contemptible federal Fast and Furious gun-running scheme, which supplied over 2,000 guns to the violent and murderous Sinaloa drug cartel. The botched operation is responsible for hundreds of deaths. U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke, a longtime cohort of Janet Napolitano, was forced to resign his post in the cover-up that followed.
Today’s shooting occurred in the remote Cochise County area after an alarm was triggered on one of the sensors along the border and the three agents, on horseback, went to investigate.
And the Department of Homeland Security led by former Arizona governor, Janet Napolitano? Her latest mission is ensuring that illegal aliens with American same-sex “partners” are eligible to have protection from deportation under a new federal program.
“In an effort to make clear the definition of the phrase ‘family relationships,’ I have directed ICE to disseminate written guidance to the field that the interpretation of the phrase ‘family relationships’ includes long-term, same-sex partners,” Napolitano wrote in this letter. “Our nation is served when loving families are kept together,” she said.
Global terrorism is on the rise. Just weeks ago U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were savagely murdered in a brazen attack on our Libyan embassy. It has long been recognized that Arizona’s southern border is a portal for access into the U.S. for those intending destruction to our country and citizens.
Seeing RedAZ has previously reported that Hezbollah is now on our doorstep, as radical Muslims are gaining strength along the Mexican border. Although Tucson police officials have acknowledged the militant group’s presence, the MSM has busied itself reporting on the celebrity of the moment while the Obama adminstration turns a blind eye. As far back as October 2001, WND covered this combustible issue in an article titled Arab terrorists crossing border.
Yet Napolitano has decided this is the optimum time to issue a new directive protecting illegal homosexuals.
What a warm and fuzzy touch to bring in another constituency for the Fabricator-in-Chief Barack Obama, in time for the November election.
The Border Patrol has identified the slain agent as 30-year-old Nicolas Ivie. The search for the killer/killers is being led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Cochise County Sheriff’s Office. Reports from the area say a widespread search for the suspects has been underway all day, incorporating agents on horseback and helicopters.
This is Gov. Jan Brewer’s statement* in which she made no attempt to conceal her rage at the Obama administration’s border enforcement laxity: “It has been 558 days since the Obama administration declared the security of the U.S.-Mexico border ‘better now than it has ever been.’ I’ll remember that statement today,” she wrote.
*Courtesy of KTAR
October 7, 2012
Now we’re being told that Agent Ivie was the victim of “friendly fire as this sad chapter has become a political football for the Obama administration to kick around.
WANT TO HELP THE IVIE FAMILY?
The Feds will not pay to lay our Border Patrol Agent to rest. Arizona Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie leaves behind a young wife and 2 very young children. Donations are being accepted at the Arizona National Bank to help pay for funeral expenses. Zion Bank in Utah is also participating. These accounts were not set up by the family. Nicholas Ivie’s widow is a stay-at-home mother and the funeral cost is not covered for our hero Border Patrol Agent.
If you would like to donate to help the Ivie family cover expenses, a foundation has been established.
The Nicholas Ivie Memorial Fund can be accessed at any branch of National Bank of Arizona or through the Nicholas Ivie Memorial Fund: National Bank of Arizona, 1160 East Fry Boulevard
Sierra Vista. (520) 439-5469