Trump’s new campaign ad has just been released. The news today carried a horrifying video showing Biden’s pseudo-legal aliens attacking New York’s Finest.
Around 8:30 Saturday night, NYPD officers asked a group of rowdy migrants to move away from West 42nd Street where they were disrupting. The officers wrestled one of the Newest Americans to the floor, and then the rest of them piled on top of him. The officers were punched and kicked before the precious asylum seekers fled down 42nd Street.
Darwin Andres Gomez Izquiel (19), Kelvin Servat Izquiel (19), Juarez Wilson (21), and Yorman Reveron (24) were soon all arrested and charged with assault. They have now all been released without bail. Jhoan B. Boada was arrested on Monday night, charged with attempted assault against a police officer, and released. The quintet is presumably back in the shelters where they continue to rip off Americans and abuse our laws.
Two NYPD officers were brutally attacked by a gang of migrants while they were trying to enforce the law. Where does this end? pic.twitter.com/BymxcH6hag
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) January 31, 2024
Officers were treated on the spot. The officers suffered facial lacerations and contusions but will be fine. I was old enough to remember a time when laying a finger on a uniformed police officer was a felony. It was treated as a felony, but this was before St. George de Floyd upended the civilized social order.
The attack report on FOX 5, “Good Day New York”, was immediately followed by the news that the House had advanced articles of impeachment for Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas’s breathtaking refusal to enforce the law and do his job.
As usual, Democrats project and claim that the process is just a political hit job. They claim that Republicans don’t want to solve the crisis created by them because House leaders won’t pass a new bill on immigration. Republicans have every right to refuse, as the new bill will codify the entry of 5,000 scammers each day.
It is not worth passing weaker, newer laws on a subject that already has adequate legislation.
I’m so tired of hearing about the “broken” US immigration system. The immigration system in America is fine. It is a system of laws that are passed by duly elected representatives to allow for limited and orderly migration. Refugees fleeing persecution are also allowed to enter the country with limited exceptions. It is a decent, honorable, and growth-enabling system.
Let’s be clear: The hordes of people flooding our border, overrunning our towns, and draining our social safety net are not asylum seekers. They are mostly asylum scammers.
According to the not-at-all-broken law that was democratically passed, an alien can seek asylum if they are “unable or unwilling” to take advantage of protection in their country due to persecution, or have a “well-founded fear of being persecuted on account of race or religion, nationality or membership in a certain social group or political opinion.”
Asylum should not be granted to aliens “who came here to work” or “want a better life” for their children or “have no opportunity in their country of origin.” This is unfortunate but is not a valid reason for asylum. According to our well-written, popularly passed laws, lying on your asylum application and entering my country illegally are grounds for immediate removal. A federal application that is fabricated or lied to by an American is a crime. Ask the son of the president.
I continued to say that we do not have a broken immigration policy, but rather a broken enforcement program:
A prosecutorial discretion is not the same as an administration exercising its prosecutorial discretion. There are only limited resources and effective governance requires the efficient use of public funds. Another thing is for a President to completely fail in his duty of ensuring that laws are faithfully implemented. It’s another thing entirely for a president to be utterly negligent in his duty to ensure that the Laws are faithfully executed.
The legacy of Mayorkas and Biden is played out every day in New York City. Asylum scammers are still romping around in the Big, Rotten Apple. They shoplift businesses to oblivion with their cheap lithium-ion battery, burn down buildings with their non-branded batteries, and run over New Yorkers using their uninsured vehicles and e-bikes. Lawlessness breeds more lawlessness. We taxpayers get to pay for it all.