“Today’s U.S. justice system has been turned upside-down by the progressives in both political parties: lawyers who help suspects break laws are elevated to federal court benches; candidates for president of the United States are undergoing criminal investigations for alleged actions perpetrated while serving as a cabinet member; and the entire Justice Department finds clamping-down on institutions and businesses to allow transgendered people access to ladies’ toilets is more important than investigating suspicious activity by Muslims.” — Chief of Police Geoffrey Lionel Lawtonson (Ret.).
On Tuesday night, American men and women from all backgrounds and all races stood up together and cast their ballots in delegate-rich states of California and New Jersey for Donald Trump as the Republican Party’s nominee for President. Many of his supporters say that Trump has united our nation after eight years of Barack Obama’s racially and economically divisive political agenda behind a singular vision: Trump’s AMERICA FIRST. As Donald Trump said in his victory speech: “I understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle and I will never, ever let you down.”
Unfortunately, the news media preferred to cover Trump’s media battle with Judge Gonzalo Curiel taking the side of the Obama-appointed federal jurist. What they failed to cover is the fact Curiel broke the very laws he swore to uphold and enforce. By this own admission, Judge Curiel helped an illegal alien get a scholarship to an American university, thereby aiding and abetting a lawbreaker.
Judge Curiel has been praised for such alleged illegal actions that were used by the Bush administration to arrest and incarcerate U.S. businessmen who were frequently targeted by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement directorate of the Homeland Security Department.
Many may argue that fetching a hefty scholarship for an illegal alien is not the same as hiring one, but the argument is an example of political chicanery. The man who hires an illegal alien and the man who helps an illegal alien secure a reward that’s denied to many American students are aiding and abetting a lawbreaker. During the Bush administration, when immigration laws had some semblance of enforcement, many business owners or managers stood before federal judges to answer for the alleged crimes. With Judge Curiel, it is the judge — a lawyer-in-black robes — who should be charged or at least removed from the bench to disregarding a law he swore to uphold.
For example, a Texas businessman who employed an illegal alien charged with capital murder in connection with the shooting death of Houston Police Department Officer Rodney Johnson, was arrested and charged with harboring an illegal alien here. The case was investigated by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Houston Police Department, and rightly so.
Robert Lane Camp, 47, who owned Camp Landscaping in Deer Park, Texas, was charged with encouraging Juan Leonardo Quintero-Perez, the accused killer of Officer Johnson, to unlawfully enter and remain in the United States, and also with harboring the illegal immigrant Quintero-Perez. The complaint was filed in federal court following an investigation by ICE special agents and the Houston Police Department. Camp surrendered to federal authorities at the U. S. Marshals Service where he was arrested.
Meanwhile in Ohio, ICE agents arrested the owner of a restaurant on felony charges of harboring illegal aliens after 10 of his illegal workers were apprehended. In Arkansas, agents arrested the owner of a construction business on felony charges and apprehended 27 of his illegal workers.
“ICE is taking an increasingly tough stance against egregious corporate violators that knowingly employ illegal aliens. Bringing criminal charges against these unscrupulous employers and targeting their ill-gotten gains is a tactic we are adopting nationwide,” said ICE Assistant Secretary Julie L. Myers in 2006.
In fiscal year 2006, DHS arrested 445 individuals on criminal charges in work site investigations and apprehended another 2,700 of their illegal workers on immigration violations. During all of fiscal year 2005, ICE arrested 176 individuals on criminal charges for aiding and abetting illegal workers and another 1,116 illegal aliens in these cases.
As the Conservative Base digs deeper into Judge Curiel’s background and work history, it may be discovered that Trump is absolutely right about the Obama judge who gave thousands of dollars in campaign contributions to the Democratic Party.