The New Abolitionists: Abolish Prisons, Abolish ICE, Limit Police, Erase Borders

The Democrats are calling for the termination of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement directorate of the Homeland Security Department.

With each passing political campaign when Americans believe that the Democratic Party has gone as far to the Left as possible without falling off the face of the earth, they come up with newer, dumber ideas, said political strategist, retired U.S. Naval officer and attorney Elbert Lee Guillory (R-Lousiana).

According to one of America’s most patriotic and service-minded citizens — who has experienced first-hand bigotry and discrimination as a black man in the U.S. South — there is a frightening and destructive movement within the Deep State called the “new abolitionists.”

“They want to abolish prisons, abolish ICE and severely limit police from doing their jobs!” said the former Louisiana State Senator Guillory.

For example, rather than holding the bad guys — including criminal thugs and career felons — in prisons separated from their potential victims, these Democrat and RINO (Republicans in Name Only) politicans want to concentrate on rehabilitation and re-entry programs that have been tried and tried again and always failed.

They want to forgive and release murderers and rapists and robbers, noted Guillory in a press statement emailed to the National Association of Chiefs of Police. “They want to stop the police from patrolling, stop the police from arresting and stop the police from protecting the rest of us!” the 75-year-old African American activist exclaimed.

What once was kept under wraps by the Democratic Party and their partners in the new media, is now being spoken about in the light of day: the Green New Deal, socialism, free everything, and now they say killers, rapists and robbers should go free.

Elbert Lee Guillory recently completed a decade-long stint in the Louisiana’s legislative branch, where as State Senator he worked closely with Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration to create landmark school choice legislation for underprivileged students in Louisiana. He supported financially-strapped parents being afforded the opportunity to send their children to top private schools. However, the Democrats — especially black Democrats — made “school-choice” an evil-sounding solution to the nation’s education system.

Originally elected and serving as a Democratic Party lawmaker, Guillory made national news by switching to the Republican Party in June of 2013, during President Barack Obama’s second-term.

In a video statement titled “Why I Became a Republican”, Guillory famously articulated why he had chose to “escape the Government Plantation and the Party of Disappointment” and join the party of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass.

Senator Mary Landrieu, a Democrat from Louisiana, right, listens during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. The U.S. Senate refused to approve TransCanada Corp.’s $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline after years of a political fight over jobs, climate change and energy security. But Guillery helped to defeat her for her far-left agenda. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In 2014, Elbert Guillory would play a critical role in the defeat of Senator Mary Landrieu in his home state. Guillory filmed a speech standing in the poorest neighborhood street in Opelousas – “Academy Street” – demanding that Senator Landrieu explain why, after 18 years in the Senate, nothing had changed. The message resonated. Guillory went on to replicate similar messages in North Carolina against Sen. Kay Hagan, as well as Sen. Mark Pryor in Arkansas and finally played an instrumental role in the defeat of Michelle Nunn in Georgia.

Guillory has made numerous TV & radio appearances with the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Mark Levin, Megyn Kelly, Alex Jones, Greta Van Sustern and Neil Cavuto. He has been featured in National Review Online, the Weekly Standard and the Wall Street Journal, to name just a few.

Born in 1944, Elbert Guillory has seen what he calls the “rise and fall” of the so-called Great Society. Elbert remains a loud voice for free markets, strong families, independence from government programs, gun ownership and school choice. Telling the real truth about the Democrat Party’s incentive to control and manipulate the black community – purely for votes – remains the driving message behind Elbert Guillory’s America.
Elbert was arrested once – for reading books at a “Whites Only” library. Experiences like these drove a young Elbert to join the Navy. In his own words, “wearing that uniform, no one could tell me what water fountain to drink from or where to sit on the bus”. After serving honorably in the Navy and completing undergraduate studies at Norfolk University in Virginia, his passion for equality and change led him to the blossoming civil rights law program at Rutgers Law School. He shined as a student there and spent the subsequent year, after receiving his Juris Doctorate, teaching at the university.


Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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