AZ citizens get final kick from pro-illegal Flake, McCain staffers

February 14, 2018

AZ Prison system: Young illegals commit crime at twice the rate of young U.S. citizens. They also tend to commit more serious crimes.

Jeff Flake, nearly out the senate door after not seeking reelection due to  his unprecedented bleak 18% approval rating — and Arizona’s Senior Senator (ASS), whose auto-piloted office, run in his month’s long absence by this mostly left-leaning ideologue staffers, are each showing Arizonans what matters most to them. 

It isn’t the Arizona citizens they are supposed to represent. Flake and McCain, suffering from an aggressive form of brain cancer, are going for their ‘Last Harrah.’

Their priority are the illegal aliens who disregard our laws, demand amnesty, citizenship, and yes, fill our prisons at alarming rates far outpacing American citizens — especially the 15 to 35 age group comprising the two senator’s sainted,  “Dreamers,” who need only claim they were brought to the U.S. by their illegal parents. There is no way to verify whether they arrived 10 years or ten months ago. Neither are they all “kids” as they’ve been portrayed.  Many are grandparents.

But facts are irrelevant to the amnesty supporting team who deceitfully refer to themselves as conservatives and opportunistically campaign on securing the border. Here are a couple of memory refreshers featuring  John McCain and Jeff Flake.

This month, John R. Lott, of the Crime Prevention Research Center using newly released detailed data on all prisoners who entered the Arizona state prison system from January 1985 through June 2017 updated his previous report. His organization was able to separate non-U.S. citizens by whether they are illegal or legal residents. Unlike other studies, these data do not rely on self-reporting of criminal backgrounds. Undocumented immigrants are at least 142% more likely to be convicted of a crime than other Arizonans. They also tend to commit more serious crimes and serve 10.5% longer sentences, more likely to be classified as dangerous, and 45% more likely to be gang members than U.S. citizens. Yet, there are several reasons that these numbers are likely to underestimate the share of crime committed by undocumented immigrants. There are dramatic differences between in the criminal histories of convicts who are U.S. citizens and undocumented immigrants.

Young convicts are especially likely to be undocumented immigrants. While undocumented immigrants from 15 to 35 years of age make up slightly over two percent of the Arizona population, they make up about eight percent of the prison population. Even after adjusting for the fact that young people commit crime at higher rates, young undocumented immigrants commit crime at twice the rate of young U.S. citizens. These undocumented immigrants also tend to commit more serious crimes.

If illegals committed crime nationally as they do in Arizona, in 2016 they would have been responsible for over 1,000 more murders, 5,200 rapes, 8,900 robberies, 25,300 aggravated assaults, and 26,900 burglaries.

Flake and McCain have spent their careers promoting citizenship for illegals, which will irreparably increase the Democrat voting bloc, rendering Republicans to the dust heap of history. They are both committed to destroying President Trump. We would include their phone numbers and urge calls to their senate offices, but the lines are filled and no one answers. Know this, Flake admits to groaning when he hears illegals called “illegal.”

 Flake’s latest amnesty scheme covered in the Washington Times, is known as the “PILLAR Act of 2018.” In a legacy move, he agrees to end chain migration hoping to score a win out the door.

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Mexican troops aim to quell violence after record 25,000 murders

January 29, 2018

Criminal drug cartels control large areas of Mexico

Our neighbors to the south, we are told, are just hardworking, decent people who will make great contributions to the USA. And despite illegally entering our country, they are worthy of amnesty, and eventually, citizenship.

Reuter’s reports on a much different scenario, including blood baths and wholesale slaughter connected to the lucrative drug trade that attracts young Mexicans.

The U.S. Department of State has issued an updated risk report stating that violent crime such as homicide, kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery, is widespread. Government employees are prohibited from traveling to numerous areas within Mexico. The warnings range from Level 2 (Exercise Extreme Caution) and Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) to the blunt Level 4 warning (Do Not Travel).

Violence is a central issue ahead of the presidential election in July. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party is trailing in third place in recent polls.

According to the report, “More than 25,000 murders were recorded last year as rival drug gangs increasingly splintered into smaller, more blood-thirsty groups after more than a decade of a military-led campaign to battle the cartels. The murder rate rivals war-ravaged Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.”


McCain revealed as integral anti-Trump culprit

January 27, 2018

McCain exposed as doing the Democrat’s dirty work for them

The adage “All roads lead to Rome” has an updated counterpart: “All fake Russian collusion dossiers lead to envious, Hillary-supporting John McCain,”  

There he is, appropriately left-of-center on the “Insurance Policy”chart. Remember, it was McCain who personally carried the dossier to then-FBI director James Comey as he hoped to implicate and eventually take down the President of the United States.

Click HERE,  You won’t want to miss this.  Double click the image to enlarge.

H/T Conservative Since Birth


Democrats rival Houdini as documents disappear

January 23, 2018

Democrats have a wily propensity for “losing” important documents, especially when they could reveal their nefarious involvement in matters they prefer to conceal. We saw this phenomena occur when Hillary Clinton mysteriously lost the billing records linking her and her Arkansas law firm to the notorious Whitewater scandal, a shady real estate venture. When they were mysteriously located in the White House family quarters two years later, the FBI found her fingerprints and those of her old friend and Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster among those discovered on the records. Foster committed suicide in the midst of the unraveling scandal

The latest gambit involves missing text messages — thousands of them — between Peter Strzok and his girlfriend Lisa Page, both married FBI officials and dedicated Hillary partisans during the 2016 election.

It’s clear former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch knew well in advance of FBI Director James Comey’s press conference that he would not recommend charging Hillary Clinton for her misuse of her email server putting classified information at risk while Secretary of State.

The revelation was included in the text messages exchanged between Strzok and  Page, and  significantly diminishes the credibility of Lynch’s earlier commitment to accept Comey’s recommendation — a assurance she made while pushing the charade that the two were not coordinating with each other.

The deceit at the highest levels is mind-boggling. Comey and Lynch reportedly knew that Clinton would never face charges even before the FBI conducted its three-hour interview with Clinton, which was supposedly intended to gather more information into her mishandling of classified information.

When Bill Clinton just happened to run into Loretta Lynch — each on private jets — on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International in Aug. 2017, they claimed they spent time chatting about his golf game and their grandchildren.

Believe that and the slippery duo has got a bridge or two to sell you.


Amnesty advocate Kate Gallego wants to be Phoenix mayor

January 19, 2018

No straight answers to simple question: *What’s the ideal number we should give citizenship to?”

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson asks a simple question of unprepared liberal extremist Phoenix mayoral candidate Kate Gallego and repeatedly gets a scripted talking point extolling “immigrants” that doesn’t answer his question as a response.

Her mindset is not surprising since she’s hired illegal aliens as staffers in her District 8 City Council office, brought on-board through Barack Obama‘s self-admitted unlawful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA program.

That’s the  flawed  program pushed by Democrats and Republicrats such as Arizona’s two disastrous U.S. Senators requiring the United States to accept unverifiable claims of illegals under age 36, that they were brought here as young children by their illegally invading parents. The end game for their fraud is being rewarded with amnesty that morphs into citizenship. In other words, a program that removes consequences for  their deceit and serves only to encourage more unskilled and often illiterate illegals to flood into our homeland ultimately swelling the ranks of the Democrat Party.

What’s not to like?

Kate Gallego is a first-term member of the Phoenix City Council, not even prepared to speak without a script, but she wants to be the mayor of the nation’s sixth largest city.

According to a newly released study by John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center, in Arizona, illegals of all ages are 142 percent more likely to be convicted of a crime than other residents, but that figure soars to 250 percent among the 18-35 age cohort, those most likely to fall within the DACA parameters.

Will Racke, writing for the Daily Caller, provides the complete story, including a link to Lott’s study.


Decoding the deceptive language of AZ Republicese

January 8, 2018

Sunday’s edition of the Arizona Republic showcases some sterling examples of liberal skew. In a featured article under ‘Arizona Politics,’ McCain and Flake’s reliably sycophantic assigned reporter Dan Nowicki is back to marginalizing Dr. Kelli Ward, who is running for the U.S. Senate seat soon to be vacated by Jeff Flake. He’s departing due to bottom dragging polling numbers after repeatedly deprecating candidate, and now president, Donald Trump. In the end, he was left with no other face-saving option other than retirement from his.$174,000 (plus benefits) job.

Playing his job security role of political assassin, Nowicki tries and fails miserably linking Kelli Ward, a physician and two term state senator, to unsavory characters across the country. Magicians call this trick “misdirection.”

How best to take down the accomplished woman who would bring conservative stature to Arizona’s senatorial delegation? Nowicki missed the mark by referring to her as a “border security hawk.” Keeping our sovereign border secure is a plus, not a minus to the grassroots Republican base that elected Donald Trump President of the United States.

In the same edition of the newspaper was this peculiar headline: ‘Migrant convicted of murder arrested.’  No, it wasn’t a murderous swallow migrating the 6,000 miles to Capistrano, California from Goya, Argentina. It was an illegal Guatemalan previously convicted of murder in 2005, who served a ridiculously light sentence of four years in prison and was deported. He was caught reentering the U.S. via Southern Arizona.

In its press release headline, U.S. Customs and Border Protection correctly refers to the murderer as an illegal alien. The newspaper adheres to the liberal guidelines in the AP Stylebook, which abhors the words. “illegal” and “alien,“ especially when they abut one another.

The Republic cites a suspicious poll that says the vast majority of Arizonans don’t support construction of at border wall. North American Research Partnership is hardly unbiased. Additionally fomenting the positions it does is a money maker.

Missing from the newspaper’s coverage is the deadly gun battle on the outskirts of the Mexican seaside city of Acapulco that left 11 dead Sunday.  Acapulco is Mexico’s murder capital, the center of opium poppy production. War-like violence has been fed by turf wars over the distribution of street drugs such as heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine.

The former resort city was one of Mexico’s most famous, and for decades served as a playground for the rich and famous. In recent years, however, Acapulco has been overtaken by vicious gang warfare and is now ranked one of the most murderous cities in the world.

The U.S. Department of State has issued this all-encompassing, dire warning for travelers to Mexico. But Mexico remains the Arizona Republic‘s widely touted business partner we should be cultivating to better ourselves. These corrupt, unskilled and uneducated foreign nationals, enmeshed in murderous drug wars and lawlessness are those we should welcome and provide benefits and amnesty?  Something is definitely wrong with this picture.


Jeff Flake’s son, ex-wife lose: Jury decides in favor of Arpaio & taxpayers

December 16, 2017

During a federal civil court trial in which Austin Flake and his now-ex wife Logan Brown were suing the taxpayers of Maricopa County for $8 million in a malicious prosecution case, their attempts to play on the sympathies of the jurors fell flat with Thursday’s verdict.

 The duo were the caretakers for nearly two dozen dogs who died excruciating heat related deaths at a Gilbert kennel owned by Brown’s vacationing parents. They claimed former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio brought charges against them in order to embarrass Flake’s father, Sen. Jeff Flake — so out of step with Arizona Republicans, he does a fine job of discrediting himself without any outside assist. Papa Flake’s polling numbers sunk so low that he has opted not to seek reelection. After writing a 140-page anti-Trump diatribe masquerading as a book and with a title stolen from Barry Goldwater‘s iconic, “Conscience of a Conservative,” he was unable to resuscitate his career. Arizona is not the place to deride Pres. Trump. He won Arizona’s GOP primary by more than 20 percentage points before carrying the state in the general election. Among the president’s most ardent supporters, the feeling of betrayal is particularly intense.

After a six-day trial, the jury was unmoved by Flake and Brown’s claims of fear, distrust of the criminal justice system and depression requiring therapy and medication, resulting in “bickering” that ended their marriage. Austin Flake testified that he was forced to quit BYU until the matter was resolved — and gasp! — he had to get a job. Jurors refused to award them damages in the animal cruelty case that riveted Valley residents in 2014. The shocking account revolved around the boarded dogs being locked in a small utility room, without food, water or cooling in the scorching summer heat. After initially alleging the dogs bit through the electrical wires, they later claimed the air-conditioning unit malfunctioned. A Maricopa County Grand Jury indicted the Flake’s and Logan’s parents Todd and MaLeisa Hughes.

After the divorce, whiney Austin testified he got a dog for emotional support. Had he won, the millions of dollars the twosome originally claimed they deserved, the greenbacks would not have licked his face, but would likely have calmed him considerably.

Deputies from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office found dead dogs piled like cordwood in a nearby shed after the couple’s crude attempts to revive the still dying pets with a garden hose failed.  Austin and Logan admitted they never called a veterinarian, when they first saw the horrific condition of the family pets left in what their owners believed was optimum care.

Seeing Red AZ wrote numerous accounts of the then-ongoing saga that took unexpected twists and turns, exemplified by Logan’s mother and stepfather who were not even in the state at the time of the atrocity serving 23 days jail time. This single post provides a broad overview.