Illegal criminals repeatedly deported, commit new crimes

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.”


19 Responses to Illegal criminals repeatedly deported, commit new crimes

  1. Anna says:

    JEFF FLAKE HAS GOT TO GO! We’ve had enough of this RINO!

    • Doc says:

      Well…I think the above statement JUSTABOUT sums that up. “puppetmaster” mcTraitor FIRST, tho…

  2. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Saw last night on TV that Matt Salmon is jumping on the bandwagon and writing a “Kate’s Law” dealing with criminal aliens who are deported and come back and murder. He’s looking for co-sponsors.

    It makes me ill to see these opportunists make a quick dive into the latest horror of what illegal immigration brings, but they do NOTHING to stop it before a tragedy happens.

    AZ has no representation that actually does something about this #1 problem affecting the nation. I am ‘up to here’ with each and every one of them. Blood is also on their hands.

    • Matt DeGennaro says:

      How right you are! This reeks of too little too late opportunism. It wasn’t all that long ago that three of Arizona’s U.S. Reps. Matt Salmon, David Schweikert and Paul Gosar co-authored a BS op-ed for the newspaper in which they spewed the same old “we are a nation of immigrants” crap. We are actually a nation of CITIZENS, bonded by a cohesive love of country, our history and language.

      As a conservative whose grandparents were all immigrants, I’ve had my fill of this trickery. My grandparents worked hard, insisted their kids get educated and speak English. They were never on the dole and never made demands of this country. They were proud to have the opportunity to be part of it. They also immigrated legally.

  3. PV PC says:

    This praise for illegals insanity isn’t new. Former U.S. Rep. John Shadegg stunned my wife and me when we read his interview in the New York Times. Establishment elitist Shadegg probably thought that his hometown yokels were too unsophisticated to read what he had to say about us in the eastern press. This is John Shadegg’s exact 2008 quote:

    “I believe the Republican Party in Arizona has been hurt very badly by the image created by those who have been most outspoken in their attacks on the illegal immigration issue, who have created the appearance that Republicans are xenophobic, that seem by their comments and are by their comments intolerant.”

    We were “xenophobic” and “intolerant” for not welcoming the illegals invading our state and nation, costing Americans billions in benefits including health care, education, food and housing rewards and exorbitant costs associated with their criminality. They have milked the system while making demands for more and turning neighborhoods into barrios. But Shadegg was untouched by those harsh facts and seemed oblivious to the leftist political impact these illegals would have. He and his establishment ilk of Kyl and McCain believed that if we only rolled over, illegals would turn into instant Republicans. We had been buffaloed by Shadegg and contributed to him in the past, but didn’t vote for him in his last election, which he waffled on even running.

  4. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Victims of Illegal Aliens – Memorial

  5. jon jensen says:

    This is frightening the mexican-american community and they will run strait into the arms of the democratic party for protection. Mrs clinton wins easy now. The few white voters that change their minds (republican party gets 61% of white vote now 70% in arizona) will be overwhelmed by 100,000 minority kids who turn 18 every month(100 every day in arizona). Turn out the lights the partys over.

    • Frankly Speaking says:

      With each successive comment, you show yourself to be a colossal jerk. Your spelling is a atrocious and your reasoning is juvenile.

      The “Mexican American community” is by definition American, not comprised of illegals. Americans, regardless of their ethnicity, have no reason to “fear” enforcing our nation’s laws and respecting our national sovereign borders. The American citizens of Hispanic heritage I know are professionals and all but one is Republican. They have the same hostility towards illegals flooding our country, committing crimes and taking jobs, that other Americans have.

      • jon jensen says:

        Jjudith crist of tv guide had your problem in the 1972 election. Its the latinos you don’t know who will be block voting democrat.

  6. East Valley Conservative says:

    San Francisco is filled with lefties. The city’s Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi said, “My long-held belief is that local law enforcement should not be in the civil immigration detainer business.”

    Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, Kate Steinle’s murderer, admitted he kept returning to San Francisco because he knew it was a “sanctuary city.”

    Sheriff Mirkarimi, is a Democrat who formerly ran as a Green Party member (like Kyrsten Sinema), was elected despite having zero law enforcement experience. He was temporarily suspended from office after being charged with domestic violence battery, child endangerment and dissuading a witness in connection with his altercation with his wife. The leftwing Board of Supervisors couldn’t muster the necessary votes to permanently remove him from office, so he was reinstated.

    Former San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom actually said, “I will not allow any of my department heads or anyone associated with this city to cooperate in any way shape or form with these (illegal alien) raids. We are a sanctuary city, make no mistake about it.” FOX News host Kimberly Guilfoyle was married to Newsom when he was mayor. Her father was his close advisor.

    The District Attorney of San Francisco is none other than former Mesa Police Chief George Gascon, who made an hobby of hammering Sheriff Joe Arpaio and hanging out with the disreputable amnesty advocate Randy Parraz. Cuban born Gascon was a liberal here, masquerading as a Republican. Now in San Francisco, he’s out of the closet and parading his soft on crime views as a registered Democrat. This year, instead of concentrating on prosecuting crimes, Gascon ordered a review of over 3,000 arrests over the last 10 years, to look for evidence of racial bias. He‘d rather go after cops than criminals..
    Gascon’s Wikipedia page has been mysteriously cleansed of any references to his time in Arizona. It doesn’t suit his new image.

    • ZOO says:

      SF mayor Newsom made those remarks in April 2007. To my knowledge, this was the first major city to openly declare sanctuary. The GWB Justice Department did nothing; they were too busy concocting an investigation into Sheriff Joe Arpaio to stop his actions against marauding aliens. As repetitive as it is, this is just another example of how Bush pioneered the lawlessness of the executive branch that grew to what it is today.

      Kate Steinle’s parents gave a 5-second interview to “Inside Edition” yesterday. When ask about Donald Trump’s remarks on the killing of their daughter the mother said ‘he is using it for political gain.’ Her father interrupted immediately and said ‘we have no comment’ then Steinle’s mother repeated his words. They either fear reprisal from San Francisco’s alien collection, are woven in the fabric of San Francisco’s retard collection, or have a lawyer already preparing a massive lawsuit. Time will tell.

  7. Vince says:

    Not really off topic, since it deals with political fringe issues, but I found this as part of an AP news story and thought it should serve as a warning that the Pope is an extremely dangerous man.

    Pope Francis, in Quito, Equador, wrapped up the first leg of a three-nation South American pilgrimage Wednesday after issuing an impassioned call for a new economic and ecological world order where the goods of the Earth are shared by everyone, not just exploited by the rich.”

    He sounds eerily similar to Karl Marx, Leon Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin, the founders of Communism. “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.”

    In Francis’ skewed world, the “rich” don’t create jobs and opportunity for others by taking risks themselves. They exploit the impoverished by providing jobs and expecting them to produce in return for a salary.

  8. Saguaro Sam says:

    And now this, Jeb Bush states that he “. . .will not kowtow to conservatives”

    I think that is All we need to know.

    the story with video can be find on

    • Doc says:

      So…Good. Great as a matter of fact! I appreciate his honesty on that point. My vote wasn’t gonna’ kowtow to his sorry, R.I.N.O. @$$ anyway…

  9. azgary says:

    House Votes To Reauthorize No Child Left Behind

    Republican party is the party of Big Govt too. its crazy to think they are not. repubs control the sate and still we had Medicaid expansion, and common core, and they wont get rid of it.

    just like having majorities in the u.s. legislature particularly when we have the executive branch we still move to the left. and now the house and senate are the DRIVERS of the leftist agenda

  10. Saguaro Sam says:

    Regarding Jeff Flake:

    Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake is urging the local Republican Party in Maricopa County to distance itself from a event on Saturday featuring presidential candidate Donald Trump, The Washington Post reports.

    Flake told the Post Trump’s views on illegal immigrants as criminals are not reflective of the party as a whole. Flake and fellow Arizona GOP Sen. John McCain have supported immigration reform legislation not favored by more conservative members of the party.

    “As an elected official and as a Republican, I’m not excited about this, to say the least,” Flake said of Saturday’s event where Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will also be in attendance.

    Flake called Trump’s views on illegal immigrants “ill-informed” and “not accurate.”

    “It’s not just on the immigration side. Donald Trump is just about the last unapologetic birther in the country,” Flake said, adding that Arpaio also is an “unapologetic birther.”

    (from July 9)

  11. Saguaro Sam says:

    John McCain, today (July 9) Dumps another load of crap on us.

    “Senator Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) argued that Donald Trump’s rhetoric is “offensive” to Hispanics and the “overwhelming majority” of Arizonans would disagree with Trump on Thursday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC.

    McCain, when asked if Trump was “good for the Republican Party,” answered, “It’s not so much the Republican Party as the country. I believe that we have to have a secure border. The legislation we passed called for 90% control of the border, 100% situational awareness. If we devoted the assets to it, we could have a secure border and that is a[n] abysmal failure. But look, I think that Mr. Trump, when he comes to Arizona will find that we Arizonians cherish our Hispanic heritage and influence. We cherish the music, the culture, the food. We cherish it in our state, and we think it’s added to the beauty and the enormous attractiveness of our state of Arizona, and we are proud of our Hispanic heritage, of our missions from Spain that came up to Tucson back hundreds of years ago. And so I think Mr. Trump maybe should realize that we in Arizona, we want a secure border and we have to have a secure border but we cherish and love our Hispanic citizenry, and we are close to them, and we are greatly appreciative of everything they’ve done for our state, our culture, our economy, and everything else about our state. We are far richer for having had them in our state.”

    McCain added of Trump’s rhetoric, “it is offensive to not only Hispanic citizenry, but other citizenry, but he’s entitled to say what he wants to say. But I guarantee you, the overwhelming majority, and I’ve had the honor of representing the people of Arizona for many years, I guarantee you the overwhelming majority would not agree with his attitude towards — that he has displayed towards our Hispanic citizens. we love them.” (from