Jeb Bush refers to illegal entry as “an act of love,” Jeff Flake agrees
The senseless murder of Kate Steinle strolling on a San Francisco pier with her father, shocked us all. The vivacious young woman was killed by Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, 45, an illegal alien with seven felony convictions. He had previously been deported from the United States five times. San Francisco adopted sanctuary city policies in 1989.
Closer to home in Pinal County, Sheriff’s detectives arrested Manuel Perez-Vasquez, 29, charging him with felony hit-and-run, after the drug impaired illegal alien fled the scene of the collision that hospitalized two children, 2 and 5 years of age. Perez-Vasquez had previously been deported six times.
Apolinar Altamirano, 29, an illegal alien and previously convicted felon, inconceivably given a suspended sentence and granted probation, was released onto valley streets. He entered a Mesa QuikTrip convenience market from which he had been banned by a court order just two weeks earlier and became enraged when 21-year-old clerk Grant Ronnebeck told the man that he needed money before he could give him the cigarettes he demanded. When Altamirano pulled a gun, Ronnebeck attempted to hand him the cigarettes. The clerk’s efforts were in vain. The 5’6, 250 lb. Mexican national and self-proclaimed drug cartel member, shot young Grant Ronnebeck in the face, killing him.
On the heels of these reports comes this from Breitbart News detailing that hundreds of thousands of convicted criminal illegal aliens remain at large in the U.S. and many have gone on to commit additional crimes. Read the complete report here.
Presidential aspirant Jeb Bush has called the tenacity of illegal invaders “an act of love“ and actually said the issue “shouldn’t rile people up.”
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, like his mentor John McCain, has long pushed for amnesty for illegals. Flake actually praised Bush for “having the guts to say it.”
It’s no wonder why we’re seeing red in the border state of Arizona. Duplicitous fools claim to “represent us.”