8 November, 2018

U.S. Motel Chain Sued, Settles for Millions of Dollars for Reporting Mexicans to Immigration Officers

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", America, America-the-sitcom, illegal immigration, immigration, immigration bills/laws, jewed culture, jewed politics, MALDEF, Mexican arrogance, Mexico, Mexinvasion, NAACP, Socrates at 1:15 pm | Permanent Link

Question: if the motel guests weren’t illegal aliens, why were they arrested by ICE? Another question: isn’t it sometimes necessary for ICE to question Mexicans in order to discover if they are in America illegally?

What’s wrong with reporting possibly illegal Mexicans to immigration officials? Federal immigration laws may have been broken. Good citizens should be proud to do it. What’s next for America? Will criminals sue citizens who call the police on them while they’re stealing something? Can no one even report crime anymore? Christ, this is ridiculous. The citizen has no way of knowing the immigration status of certain Mexicans, hence the arrival of ICE to find out! It’s entirely logical for citizens (especially business owners) to sometimes question the immigration status of certain people. This court case should be used by White people as great proof that America is no longer sane. Trivia: one of the co-founders of Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) was the Jewish NAACP lawyer, Jack Greenberg [1].



[1] “Greenberg was a founding member of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and of Human Rights Watch” — Wikipedia

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  7. One Response to “U.S. Motel Chain Sued, Settles for Millions of Dollars for Reporting Mexicans to Immigration Officers”

    1. Antagonistes Says:

      Thom and I always stay at Motel 6 when we do artwork at Fantasyfest.

      Good value. . . .or it was.

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