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Mass. sheriff: State rep’s Facebook post warning of ICE raid ‘irresponsible,’ ‘underhanded’

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How about filing charges against her and prosecuting her for aiding and abetting?  If it were the poor, old “Boss” and not a politico elitist, I would probably already be pounding ground in jail!

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A Massachusetts sheriff who has called for the arrest of public officials who support sanctuary cities Wednesday slammed a state lawmaker who posted a Facebook warning about a rumored federal raid. 

“I can’t think of anything more irresponsible and more underhanded and undermining to law enforcement and to the people of that community than what this state representative did,” Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told Fox News’ “Your World With Neil Cavuto.” “She ought to be ashamed of herself [and] the state legislature ought to be looking at her for, at a minimum ethics violations.”

The lawmaker, Democratic State Rep. Michelle DuBois, later deleted the post referencing a rumored ICE raid in Brockton, Mass. Her message read, “If you are undocumented, don’t go out on the street. If there is a knock on the door of your house and you don’t know who it is, don’t open the door. I ask you to be careful.”

“She doesn’t have any idea [of] the people she’s warning or what their backgrounds are,” Hodgson told host Neil Cavuto. “They could be gang members involved in transnational gangs, the sex trafficking that’s going on – and our officers … sometimes need the element of surprise to make sure that somebody’s not building an arsenal waiting for us or having some heads-up where one of our officers is going to get seriously injured or killed.”

Hodgson said that President Trump has focused on the deportation of “criminal illegal aliens and wants us focusing on them.”

“These are people that we have information about, that we’re looking for and [are] a danger to our society,” the sheriff said. “This is exactly what you would hope every elected official would be working with and helping our federal and state and local partners do.”

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2 Comments

  1. Angus Rangus March 31, 2017 at 6:54 am -  Reply

    INDEED… ICE exists to catch and deport ILLEGAL ALIENS… All of those criminally violating both their nation’s permission to visit America as well as the US permission to do so!!

    NOW… consider how in the hell ICE gets up to 940,000 ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINAL DETAINERS… isn’t that 8.5% of the ‘alleged’ 11 million we have heard for 30 years are here??

    Compare to the 2 million of 300 million American citizens in our prisons… just .67%??

    1. ILLEGAL ALIENS are 13 times as criminal as American citizens??

    2. Chile is the only nation south of US border approximating the US criminality ratio…
    … running as high as 20 times the US in nations our State Dept still has no travel advisories warning of that danger??

    I await indictments for violating Federal Immigration / Employment / Drug laws with impunity across the BLEU States / Counties / Cities / Towns / Villages / Hamlets of America…

    … AND the immediate shutting off of Federal Funds for blatantly refusing to enforce or cooperate as those Federal laws mandate for every level of GOVT!!

  2. Old Jim March 31, 2017 at 6:59 am -  Reply

    Missouri has had a simple rule requiring every public employee to submit singed documents annually … they did not knowingly provide any public services … to any ILLEGAL ALIENS.

    THAT IS THE LAW EVERYWHERE… Immigration Reform of 1996!!

    Biometric Tracking mandated in 1996 is now over 20 years old… and we now discover they lived about 60% of all ILLEGAL ALIENS – including ” 4 million from Mexico”…
    … are failing to be flagged or deported upon wantonly violating that VISA/Non-VISA entrance to USA??

    NATION OF LAWS…
    … tell that to business owners who followed the law to build out the Keystone Pipeline … as the safest ever built under existing laws??

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