ICE Makes Everything More Dangerous

March 8th, 2018

“I thought Bay Area would thank me,” said the clueless Trump sh*thole who just made life more dangerous.

“I would think that the Oakland mayor and the Congressional representatives in California would send me letters thanking me for removing public safety threats,”acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Thomas Homan said, in an interview with Fox News. He said they caught some real dangerous “hombres.” Seriously, these guys have no idea of anything; from historical perspective, to the economy, to how racist each one of these pricks appear to be.

When ICE raids a community, they don’t catch the small percentage of undocs who commit crimes. (A smaller % of undocumented Americans commit crimes than the rest of America.) ICE arrests hard working men and women, and in doing so, guarantee the community will never again call the cops for fear of arrest and deportation.

And for the record, when you label someone an “illegal alien” or “illegal immigrant” or just plain “illegal,” you are effectively saying the individual, as opposed to the actions the person has taken, is unlawful. The terms imply the very existence of an unauthorized migrant in America is criminal.

In this country, there is still a presumption of innocence that requires a jury to convict someone of a crime. If you don’t pay your taxes, are you an illegal? What if you get a speeding ticket? A murder conviction? No. You’re still not an illegal. Even alleged terrorists and child molesters aren’t labeled illegals.

So when Jeff Sessions, the effeminate bully comes top the Bay Area and criticizes our sanctuary cities, and more to the point, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff, the little pussy does it from Sacramento.  And he’s the Attorney General.

 

Chip Franklin

Franklin is a 25 year veteran of talk radio, beginning his career in Washington DC during Clinton’s first term. He currently hosts the afternoon show at KGO radio, San Francisco. In addition, Chip is an award-winning filmmaker, comedian, and scribe, garnering seven Edward R Murrow awards, including the National Murrow award for writing. He’s also won The New York Festival honors for his unconventional coverage of The Democratic and Republican conventions, as well as more than 30 AP awards for broadcasting, and numerous appearances on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and CNN. He has appeared at over 500 colleges and universities and more than a hundred Fortune 1000 companies as a speaker, comedian, and media consultant. Marc Fisher, senior editor at the Washington Post says, “Chip adds irony to a medium that rarely trusts its audience to get the joke.” He is however, a mediocre dancer.
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