Recent news accounts of a convicted burglar shot and wounded by the homeowner and now suing him to recover damages, left many of us shaking our heads in disbelief at the brassiness of criminals. Ready yourself for another jolt. This time it concerns foreign national illegals who are invading the United States — our homeland.
As the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary, a coalition of minority activist organizations with pretentious sounding names, claiming to represent civil rights and conservation groups, are petitioning Barack Obama to once again skirt congress via executive action, in order to redesign the rangers’ uniforms and vehicles. The intent of such a preposterous move would be to present a less threatening appearance to the illegals.
The activists want the Obama administration to order the Departments of the Interior and Agriculture to “to adopt guiding priorities for a more inclusive approach to conservation of our public lands, including a full reflection of the faces of our country, a respect for different cultures, histories and approaches, and a responsibility to actively engage all people.”
We couldn’t make this up.
CNS News reports the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) talked about the need to change the cars and uniforms last week in a press conference that was recorded by the news agency. HAF president Maite Arce said the uniform issue is particularly relevant at parks located in Border States.
“It’s such a shame that something as simple as the uniform and its similarity to the border patrols uniform, in the coloring, could be very threatening to certain segments of the Latino population,” Arce said.
The absurd demands come ion the heels of a Center for Immigration Studies report affirming that ICE continued to release deportable criminal aliens from its custody at an alarming rate in 2015, according to figures the agency provided to members of Congress. The numbers were made available in advance of this April 28, U.S. House hearing.. In 2015, ICE freed 19,723 criminal aliens, who had a total of 64,197 convictions among them. These included 8,234 violent convictions and 208 homicide convictions.
The inmates are desperately trying to run the asylum.