AZ Republic insults remaining readers with copasetic ID theft victim

Last Sunday we wrote, “We read the AZ Republic so you don’t have to.”  Judging by its popularity, we’re tempted to make this a regular or at least an occasional feature

Today we regale you with the foolishness that appeared in the Arizona Republic’s “Around Arizona” section. Written by Richard Ruelas the premise of the report is that criminal acts perpetrated by illegal aliens are no big deal. Even the victims of ID theft are onboard with the thieves.

We couldn’t make this stuff up.

The featured criminal illegal, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, 35, is a mother of two teenage U.S. citizens, or anchor babies, and has been living here illegally for more than two decades.. As per usual she facilitated her life here by using someone else’s social security number.

When SRAZ first covered the story this past Feb. 10, we headlined our coverage, “AZ newspaper’s new heroine: The Illegal alien.”  Of course, The Periódico de la República de Arizona  (Arizona Republic) provided a sympathetic perspective. 

This was just a simple woman, after all, working as a custodian at a water park and trying to support her family.  She has a husband, but he declined to be interviewed, since he is also a Mexican national, residing her illegally.

Using the identity of a 32-year-old Tucson man, Alex Andrade, Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, was picked up in a 2008 workplace raid.  When her crime was uncovered, she was charged and convicted of felony impersonation, which led to her deportation.

Identity theft victim, Alex Andrade is characterized in the headline as, “Man reports no problems after SSN was used by woman later deported.” 

If you’re thinking that’s quite a mouthful for a headline, you’re not alone.  So were we. But nothing qualifies as too extravagant when the subject is the newspaper’s beloved illegals.

Alex Andrade didn’t notice the problem since he is on disability. He’s sympathetic to the thief due to the fact that his own father entered the United States illegally, and like Guadalupe’s children, he was born a citizen by virtue of a gross misinterpretation of the intent of the Fourteenth Amendment. It was put in place to correctly address the status of American-born children of newly freed African-born slaves immediately after the Civil War. When the amendment was ratified in July 1868, it would have been impossible to envision the repercussions of having an invasion on our southern border.

Today the costly reality of unassimilated foreign nationals many with criminal records is a massive problem. Socialist billionaire and open borders advocate George Soros is spending millions to mobilize Hispanics as a Democrat voting bloc via his Super PAC Immigrant Voters Win.

It’s not only the voters he’s funding, but as Politico reports, he is also attempting to overhaul the criminal U.S. justice system by funding prosecutors and other law enforcement candidates who will follow his dictates rather than the law.

Stay alert. Our future generations deserve no less from us.

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5 Responses to AZ Republic insults remaining readers with copasetic ID theft victim

  1. Kent says:

    So the anchor baby didn’t mind the illegal alien using his SSN, since it’s all part of illegal family bonding. Well, I sure as hell mind and I’d like to know why the employer didn’t do any checking to see that his female employee was not a male. What happened to the much ballyhooed E-Verify?

  2. Conservative Since Birth says:

    As SRAZ stated above: “It’s not only the voters he’s funding, but as Politico reports, he is also attempting to overhaul the criminal U.S. justice system by funding prosecutors and other law enforcement candidates who will follow his dictates rather than the law.”

    Here’s an example”

    It’s pretty easy to win an “upset victory” with evil Soros money corrupting an election. Rick Scott (R-FL) handled this situation correctly, but how many other governors would do so. I never hear John McCain complain about Soros “big money” in elections. It’s becoming commonplace.

    State Attorney Aramis Ayala, who won an upset victory in November after receiving $1.38 million from the Soros-backed Florida Safety & Justice PAC, had 21 first-degree murder cases in Orange and Osceola counties reassigned Monday to other prosecutors by Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican.

    George Soros-backed prosecutor yanked after refusing to seek death penalty for cop killer – Washington Times
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/apr/7/george-soros-backed-prosecutor-yanked-after-refusi/

  3. Southwest Cincinnatus says:

    Those idiots at the “Repugnant” (a/k/a “La Republica”) just need to publish en espanol for their desired readers!

  4. Clever idea: “We read on the Ariz Republic so you don’t have to.” Look forward to it being a regular feature.

    Not for publication: you may want to look at a couple minor minor miscues. Just trying to be helpful:
    ” . . . and has been living here illegally for more than two decades.. [extra period] As per usual she facilitated her life here by using someone else’s social security number [should be in caps, Social Security Number]. . . She has a husband, but he declined to be interviewed, since he is also a Mexican national, residing her {here] illegally.