The building of the border wall, the very idea that a politician took the concept of cleaning up our immigration system and to fix the problems Americans are handed by a porous open border seriously was what made so many Americans follow Donald Trump from the day he announced his candidacy. It was the number one reason why Trump was propelled to win the contentious GOP primaries and go on to win the White House.
What’s more is they believed him, and still believe him, when he says he’s going to fix the border situation and our overall immigration system. And he’s never been a politician. That’s how bad our political class has neglected the problems Americans face from illegal immigration: a non-politician was chosen by the American people, because the political class is no longer trusted on the matter.
From losing jobs to cheaper illegal aliens to causing a strain on our educational and medical systems to rising taxes that go to pay for illegals who snuck into the country and overstayed their visas, to violence from a culture that doesn’t respect the law, our culture, or our people, Americans have been fed up with the whole thing for a very long time, and politicians have done nothing over the last twenty-five years but speak platitudes to the American people that they know are complete lies.
It’s gotten pretty bad when illegals feel they can attack law enforcement.
[Via: Breitbart News]
A Texas deputy sheriff was assaulted by what were described as two “undocumented” Mexican nationals following an attempted drug arrest.
Chambers County Sheriff Mike Pigg told the Red River Sun that Deputy Ken Arant was attempting to arrest a man for allegedly having drugs in his vehicle. Childress is located in the Texas Panhandle region about 140 miles northeast of Lubbock.
After cuffing the suspect, the man slipped from the handcuffs two times and began assaulting Deputy Arant, the Red River Sun reported on its Facebook page. The deputy subsequently tased the suspect.
The woman traveling with the suspect engaged in the scuffle and attempted to get the deputy’s gun. The two suspects were then able to get to their car and flee the area.
During the high speed pursuit that followed, the driver lost control of the vehicle and rolled multiple times. The suspects were badly injured in the crash.
The rollover crash occurred near the town of Estelline in neighboring Hall County. Deputies and EMS personell from Hall County responded to the crash scene and transported the suspects to a local hospital for their initial treatment.
Both suspects were later identified as “undocumented Mexican nationals,” the sheriff confirmed to the local newspaper.
The incident occurred shortly after midnight on Saturday.
Breitbart Texas spoke with the Red River Sun Editor Ginger Wilson Saturday evening. She said she spoke with Deputy Arant who was resting at home following the incident. She said he was “sore, banged up, and bruised.” He told Wilson the two undocumented Mexican nationals were lucky to be alive at all following the crash.