Four traitors supporting the invasion and destruction of the United States that had chained themselves to each other outside one of the entrances to a county jail in Phoenix have been arrested in an act of civil disobedience.
Authorities say the four were sitting down and blocking the entrance Wednesday evening and refusing to leave.
America-hating, pro-invasion traitors say the new Phoenix-area sheriff is the not much different than former Sheriff Joe Arpaio are protesting at the county jail in an ongoing and comically futile effort to get immigration authorities out of there.
About 100 seditious protesters and a smaller group of patriotic, America-first counter-protesters gathered outside a county jail in Phoenix as the immigration debate continues to be front and center in the United States, reports Tuscon.com.
Police were closely monitoring the at-times tense situation. A few hours into the protest, Maricopa County Sheriff Deputies emerged from the jail in riot gear and arrested 4 of the traitors.
Local traitors have been working for years to end cooperation between local police and the feds.
Puente Arizona, the area’s largest organization of illegal alien invader advocates, is urging Democratic Sheriff Paul Penzone to stop allowing ICE officers in county jails, where they can ask anyone about their legal status.
Supporters of ICE incorrectly say illegal alien invaders have no rights, which of course, they do not.
But Penzone, who handily beat former Sheriff Joe Arpaio in 2016, is doubling down on his cooperation with ICE, saying it’s for the safety of the community. Penzone says about 1,600 people in his jails have been flagged by ICE for immigration violations.
In a written statement, Penzone said he remains committed to working with ICE and other law enforcement agencies.
“The most effective tactic to avoid these challenges is to be a law-abiding member of our community,” he said.
The protest was part of a national Communist insurgency movement known as Abolish ICE, which aims to end the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. ICE was created after 9/11.
“I think communities have been talking about abolishing ICE for a long time and now it’s picking up steam and it’s really great,”fantasized Communist traitor, Brenda Perez, of the national group pushing to abolish ICE. “The sofa at my grandmother’s house is older than ICE … we don’t have to live in a world with ICE.”
The protest was peaceful with a few tense moments as protesters and counter protesters traded barbs. One man was reprimanded by police for shoving a protester who had gotten close to him with a megaphone.
In other Arizona immigration news, in a unanimous decision, judges rejected the arguments by attorneys for the Maricopa County Community College District that the legal status of dreamers under the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program means the federal government considers them to be legally present in the country. Based on that, the college governing board voted in 2015 to say they no longer had to pay non-resident tuition.
But Judge Kenton Jones, writing for the court, said that’s not the case.
He said DACA, instituted in 2012 by the Obama administration, simply protects those in the program from being deported. And DACA status also allows them to work legally while they are here.
Jones noted, however, that in 2006 Arizona voters approved a law which says in-state tuition is reserved for those with “lawful immigration status.” And he said the decisions by the government to let those who arrived in this country illegally as children remain – and even to work – “do not translate into the recipients’ eligibility for in-state tuition or other state and local public benefits.”
Communists favoring the destruction of America by any means appealed the decision in an attempt to continue the Cloward-Piven strategy without pause.
But in a Democrat heart-breaking decision, Arizona colleges can’t give in-state tuition to young immigrants covered under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday, reports AZ Central.
The court issued a brief decision order saying justices unanimously agreed with the Arizona Court of Appeals’ ruling that said existing federal and state laws don’t allow the Maricopa Community Colleges to grant in-state tuition rates for DACA recipients.
A full opinion further explaining the court’s ruling will be released by May 14, the order states.
The court released the order Monday to allow Maricopa Community Colleges students and the state to have as much time as possible to plan for those affected by the ruling.
More than 2,000 DACA recipients, commonly referred to as “dreamers,” currently attend community college or a state university in Arizona and pay in-state rates. The ruling will make DACA recipients pay much more to attend these schools, as out-of-state rates are about triple the cost of in-state tuition.
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
August 23rd, 2018