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Immigration Reform   America - all of it

Started 1/22/21 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 9010 views.
In reply toRe: msg 5
bml00 said:

................oH DEAR

We need to start showing some respect for our friends, our families, our neighbors.

Treating each other as human beings. 

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

1/27/21

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

1/27/21

bml00 said:

...and this is designed to heal the rift ?

No, this is designed to attempt to return humanity to the US government.

Don't worry - Republicans have stacked the courts, remember?  They'll make sure people continue to suffer.

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From: bml00

1/27/21

Making legal millions of ILLEGALS is not an healing method but this is for the US td decide not me not you.

I personally cannot believe that such an act will heal anything 

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bml00 said...

ILLEGALS

Why do you feel the need to use blatant racist epithets against our families?

Drop the I-Word.

No human being is illegal.

I remember back around 2002 or 2003 when the Nazis came here to Iowa. (Specifically, the National Alliance.)

I think it was in Cedar Rapids. They weren't even Iowans, just outside agitators spreading hate. According to police reports, they put leaflets on cars with blatant racist epithets on them, attacking Iowans like my wife. 

These Nazis called my wife the I-Word ("illegals") in an attempt to stoke racist hatred and violence towards her.

They don't even consider our families human.

It's disgusting to see somebody pushing this same hateful racist Nazi bullshit in 2021 against our families right here in this thread.  

 

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

1/30/21

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

1/30/21

This is what the National Alliance, the KKK, Steve King, Donald Trump, and the rest of the Confederate Nazis call "family values"

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BullyMan said...

...and this is designed to heal the rift ?

What has the NRA done to help heal the rift?

An El Paso Walmart shooting survivor who has been helping investigators just got deported

A message reads 'El Paso Strong' at a makeshift memorial honoring victims outside Walmart, near the scene of a mass shooting which left at least 22 people dead, on August 6, 2019 in El Paso, Texas.

  • A woman who helped investigators after a 2019 mass shooting at a Walmart in Texas has been deported.
  • The woman, identified only as Rosa publicly, was deported following a traffic stop.
  • A legal aid group helping Rosa said she was "an important witness in the case against the alleged shooter & came out of the shadows to cooperate [with] law enforcement about what she saw."

A woman who survived a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, and has since been helping investigators as a witness was deported on Friday following a traffic stop, her lawyers say.

The woman, who has only been identified publicly as Rosa, was arrested on Wednesday on two outstanding traffic citations from 2015 and deported to Mexico days later by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, the organization Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services told KTSM.

Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services, which helps low-income immigrants access legal aid, is calling for Rosa's immediate return to the United States.

"Rosa is an important witness in the case against the alleged shooter & came out of the shadows to cooperate [with] law enforcement about what she saw," the legal clinic said in a statement on Facebook.

Rosa was a witness to the El Paso Walmart shooting in 2019, in which 22 people were killed. A 23rd person died last year from injuries he sustained in the shooting.

Anna Hey, an attorney and Deputy Director of Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services, told BuzzFeed News that Rosa told investigators she had seen the gunman, identified by investigators as Patrick Crusius, enter the store before the shooting.

Hey said Rosa received a certification from the El Paso District Attorney's Office for cooperating with investigators, which allowed her to apply for a victims of criminal activity U Visa.

She was in the midst of applying when she was deported, Hey said.

"Some of the information that she had had not been corroborated yet by any other witnesses so it's very important, whatever information she has, is important to building the case, which is another concern as to why they decided to remove her from the country," Hey told KTSM.

Crusius, meanwhile, has been charged with capital murder and has pleaded not guilty in the mass shooting.

Prosecutors say Crusius posted an anti-immigrant manifesto online before the shooting and had told police that he was targeting Mexicans.

An El Paso Walmart shooting survivor who has been helping investigators just got deported (msn.com)

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