Friday, January 30, 2015

Another Immigrant Traitor

A naturalized immigrant, similar to Wen Ho Lee, has betrayed America and sought to aid a nuclear attack on the United States.

Associated Press January 28, 2015 by Russell Contreras
Tape: Scientist Offers To Build Nuke Bomb Targeting New York
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- A disgruntled, former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist promised to build 40 nuclear weapons for Venezuela in 10 years and design a bomb targeted for New York City in exchange for "money and power," according to secret FBI recordings released Wednesday.
In the recordings, Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni tells an agent posing as a Venezuelan official that the bombs would prevent the United States from invading the oil-rich nation and brags to his wife that the passing of secrets would make him wealthy.
"I'm going to be the boss with money and power," the naturalized U.S. citizen from Argentina is heard saying. "I'm not an American anymore. This is it."

What is going on at Los Alamos is that the Department of Energy and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are not investigating alien scientists for loyalty to the United States.  For that matter, neither is U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Immigrant Murder Spree Continues, DREAMers Involved?

Immigrant murder spree across the United States continues.  Another American was killed by apparent immigrants, legal or illegal, perhaps even DREAMers.  The unfortunate pedestrian was killed by Hispanic street racers who lost control of their vehicles and murdered the pedestrian in a particularly gruesome manner, she was pinned to a tree and undoubtedly died a slow and horrible death.

SFGate January 27, 2015 by Henry K. Lee
San Jose Pedestrian Dead In Apparent Street-Racer Crash
A pedestrian was struck and killed Monday in eastern San Jose by two vehicles that crashed, apparently during a street race, police said.
The victim, a woman who was not immediately identified, was on foot near Yerba Buena Road and Edenwood Drive when the crash occurred about noon.
The male drivers of a 2011 Nissan and a 2011 BMW were traveling west on Yerba Buena down a hill, and apparently racing, when they lost control and collided, police said.
The cars careened to the side of the road, where the Nissan pinned the woman against a tree, police said. She died at the scene.
The drivers, Gabriel Bacerra, 19, and Manual Maldonado-Avalos, 24, were arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, authorities said.

Such dangerous street racing is common among illegal aliens and immigrants, often resulting in deaths of Americans.  Another reason to limit immigration.

Left-Libertarian War On The Border Patrol

The relationship between libertarians and the radical left, the Libertarian Party and the Democrat Party, are very similar to the relationship between Leon Trotsky and Joseph Stalin, the lesser of the two, the Libertarian Party, exists as a minor critique of the other, but never an open opposition.  The Libertarian Party exists because of the internal contradictions of the left, its screeches for more freedom for evil and juxtaposed to the left’s demands for conformity.  Some leftists care more about getting high than about Social Justice, some think sex is more important than the minimum wage; there is always a battle for the attention of the left, and given the effects of marijuana and other drugs, the left has a hard time keeping the attention of its constituents. Potheads really don't care about anything else but drugs and that is pretty much what left-libertarianism is all about.  On most issues they punt, but for drugs and sex, generally fears that Republicans will keep them from having it, they will fight any battle.

Of course, along with using drugs, comes obtaining drugs, without which a libertarian has no reason to exist, and that means an open border with Mexico, as it is either as a source country or a transit country.

Consequently, left-libertarians have consistently aligned themselves with liberty's enemies, the Evil Party; gun rights, property rights, civil rights be damned.  Furthermore, left-libertarians have aligned themselves with affirmative action and anti-white racism, as exemplified by Rand Paul.

Left-libertarians, e.g. most libertarians, have aligned themselves also with the war on the historic American nation.  What little liberty left in the United States is dependent on whites.  Blacks, homosexuals, Hispanics, and feminists hate the historic American nation.  And left libertarians want to assist with the destruction of the historic American nation.  Nothing more exemplifies that than left-libertarians’ war on the border of the United States, and the courageous men who man the thin green line of the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP).  

Part of their war on the historic American nation and the control over our borders is the left-libertarian war on the interior checkpoints maintained by the USBP within 100 miles of a land border. These interior checkpoints are designed to catch illegal aliens who have successfully crossed the borders of the United States.  Most checkpoints are along the southern border with Mexico. Temporary checkpoints are also along the northern border, but are few and far between. Despite a scare map claiming that from the ACLU that 2/3 of Americans live near a border, that scary claim includes the coast lines of the United States that don’t have any immigration checkpoints.



No documentation for American citizens is required and all an American citizen needs to do to pass through a checkpoint is to make an oral declaration of citizenship.  Border Patrol Agents (BPA) and Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBPO) who man those checkpoints are trained and instructed to ask one simple question, "What is your citizenship?"  An affirmative answer is all that is needed.  There is no request for "papers:" driver's license, passport, or otherwise.  Aliens, of course, are required to produce legally required documentation.  There, of course, lies the rub.  Illegal aliens get caught up in those check points and therein lies the problem that left-libertarians, the Trotskyites of America busting, have.  But that is not their greatest concern; that concern is all about the drugs.  Left-libertarians can't get enough of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, molly, and methamphetamines. Any threat to that source, which is Mexico, is a threat to their lifestyle, and if America has to go down, so be it for us. 

A secondary purpose of checkpoints is to look for illegal drugs.  Now at these checkpoints the common rules for law enforcement searches apply.  To wit, no search of a person or conveyance may be made without probable cause.  BPAs look for evidence, e.g. articulable facts, that establish probable cause.  This is a long settled issue with the Supreme Court, both in the area of immigration checks and searches.  Those are two different things, but closely related, and often confused, or, in the case Reason magazine, who deliberately mislead the public. Quite often, when asking a simple question of occupants of a vehicle, a skilled observer can develop probable cause to search a vehicle, usually for drug smuggling.  And left-libertarians can't abide by that.  They want their drugs, and they want them now! [See: Reason, Detained for 19 Days: Immigration Checkpoint Refusal Gone Wrong, Zach Weissmueller, January 6, 2015] And they will lie about the law and any facts about any particular case.

Accompanying their article is a video on checkpoints about what are called checkpoint activists. Generally they are lefties in Texas who hate their fathers and project that hatred on the BPAs who man the checkpoints. When these activists are asked their citizenship, they respond with tirades of scorn and abuse.

In most cases, the "checkpoint activists" are just being jerks, a genetic trait of left-libertarians.  Because you know they don't care about freedom of association.  They don’t go around and video themselves deliberately refusing service to blacks or Hispanics to prove the point of freedom of association protected by the First Amendment.  They don't care about that right, because they hate the historic American nation, just like Rand Paul and his mentor Al Sharpton. In the end, most BPAs just let these jerks go, because after a few minutes ranting about their rights, you can tell they are Americans by their American accented English.  Which is important for the Reason video story.  Those jerks are generally let on their way after making their childish point.



The Reason video begins with their martyr, Greg Rosenberg, also known as Gegham Avetisyan, an immigrant, apparently legal, to the United States, from Armenia.  “Greg” though has a pronounced accent, as well as a chip on his shoulder.  He thinks that a simple question is like the Soviet Union, and “Greg” is very, very, disappointed in the United States for asking him that question, as he’s a “checkpoint activist.”  And a trucker in Texas.  Interestingly enough “Greg” has an Indian immigrant immigration lawyer as well, who, by the way, doesn’t know criminal law or constitutional law.

The incident goes down like this, “Greg” doesn’t want to answer the “What is your citizenship?” question.  Strike one.  BPAs are authorized by statute supported by precedent decision from the Supreme Court to ask that question.  “Greg” is referred to secondary inspection and decides to film his actions.  He claims video was deleted from his phone, but he is able to recover part of the encounter.  Unlikely.  More likely, his initial refusal to answer a simple question makes him look bad, so he only gives Reason the part that makes the BPA look a little bad, as during the back and forth he seems unsure if he has statutory or precedent authority to question “Greg.”  What he has is both.  Despite the editing though, “Greg” still seems the ass, as he just shouts “Did you read the Constitution?” several times, rather than say he’s a naturalized U.S. citizen.  Since “Greg” has a rather pronounced accent, the BPA has reasonable suspicion that “Greg” isn’t a U.S. citizen.  So he informs “Greg” that he is being detained for further questioning.  Note that he is not being detained so his truck can be searched which is what Reason goes on claim, deliberately confusing the watching public on the issue at hand, search authority or questioning authority. 

However, detaining “Greg” for further questioning as to his citizenship is based on Terry v. Ohio, as the checkpoint questioning led to development of reasonable suspicion, the level of evidence necessary for any law enforcement officer to detain someone.

However, the Reason video and “Greg’s” immigration attorney, one Prema Lal, claim that the issue is a search of “Greg” that was prohibited by Supreme Court decision United States v. Martinez-Fuerte, 428 U.S. 543 (1976).

In Almeida-Sanchez v. United States, supra, the question was whether a roving patrol unit constitutionally could search a vehicle for illegal aliens simply because it was in the general vicinity of the border. We recognized that important law enforcement interests were at stake, but held that searches by roving patrols impinged so significantly on Fourth Amendment privacy interests that a search could be conducted without consent only if there was probable cause to believe that a car contained illegal aliens, at least in the absence of a judicial warrant authorizing random searches by roving patrols in a given area. Compare 413 U.S. at 413 U. S. 273, with id. at 413 U. S. 283-285 (POWELL, J., concurring), and id. at 413 U. S. 288 (WHITE, J., dissenting). We held in United States v. Ortiz, supra, that the same limitations applied to vehicle searches conducted at a permanent checkpoint.

As much as US v. Martinez-Fuerte did address searches, Reason was correct, but that was lying by misdirection.  This case is not about searches, as “Greg” was not stopped to be searched, but about questioning of persons at checkpoints, which was the main purpose of the US v. Martinez-Fuerte decision that upheld questioning at checkpoints:

The Border Patrol's routine stopping of a vehicle at a permanent checkpoint located on a major highway away from the Mexican border for brief questioning of the vehicle's occupants is consistent with the Fourth Amendment, and the stops and questioning may be made at reasonably located checkpoints in the absence of any individualized suspicion that the particular vehicle contains illegal aliens. Pp. 428 U. S. 556-564.

Reason’s next lie was next about “Greg’s” criminal arrest for violation of Title 18 United States Code (USC), Section 111, Assaulting, Resisting, Or Impeding Certain Officers Or Employees.  Given that there was reasonable suspicion to question “Greg” further about his citizenship, alienage, and right to remain in the United States, his refusal to answer those questions is sufficient probable cause to arrest him for the impeding section of 18 USC 111.  Reason claimed that he did not resist arrest, but he did impede, which is one of three actions prohibited by the statute.

Then Reason and “Greg’s” immigration attorney go on to claim that “Greg” was held incommunicado for 19 days and not allowed to see his attorney.  Flagrant lie.  This writer is intimately familiar with the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division, where “Greg” was arrested.  When “Greg” was arrested, he was taken with no unnecessary delay to his initial appearance, to that District Court where he was processed by the U.S. Marshal’s Office, e.g. fingerprinted, searched, and photographed, was given a free attorney from the Federal Public Defender’s Office, interviewed by the Pre-Trial Services Office, and appeared before a Magistrate Judge, who made a determination on release, bond, or custody.  It appears that “Greg” was held, which is highly unusual in such cases.  Most likely, given his obdurateness, he refused to sign an agreement to appear for his preliminary hearing, that occurs within 14 days, as most cases like this the defendants are released on their own recognizance or a minimal bond. It takes a special person not to be released after a Federal arrest, generally only drug defendants and illegal aliens are held without bond.

And unlike what Lal claimed, there is no civil rights violation for being held 19 days, as a Magistrate Judge determined that “Greg” should be held, not the USBP.  Both Reason and Lal make much that charges were dropped, but U.S. Attorney’s Offices (USAO) drop charges quite frequently.  This is especially so for the USAO for the Southern District of Texas is quite busy, mostly with drug cases, and prosecuting a simple case of impeding an officer is not one of their priorities.  Nothing special there nor indicative of any lack of evidence. Just case and time management.

But it does go to the war Left-Libertarians are waging on the U.S. Border Patrol, no lie or misdirection is too small for them for their alien led war on the historic American nation. Reason, “Greg”, and Lal clearly have it in for the United States if they compare a simple question to the tyranny of the Soviet Union. But they are desperate to open the borders not only for drugs, but also to elect a new people.



Saturday, January 24, 2015

The Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty And Another Dead American

The chickens may be coming home to roost for the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty and, perhaps for Obama himself, and the clique of America busting cultural Marxists in charge of immigration law enforcement.

Another American has died at the hands of an amnesty recipient, this time, though not at the hands of a Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals amnesty recipient like Cinthya Garcia-Cisneros, it was at the hands of a criminal illegal alien, just as Garcia-Cisneros was.  Apolinar Altamirano had a long criminal history and despite being reported to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) by America's Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, the Obama Regime had Altamirano released so he could kill an American, an American who was unlikely to be an Obama voter.

KPHO CBS 5, January 22, 2015 by Steve Stout
Suspect In US Illegally Before Shooting Death Of Mesa Store Clerk
An undocumented immigrant from Mexico was out on bond when he allegedly shot a store clerk in Mesa on Thursday.
Apolinar Altamirano, 29, was captured early Thursday morning in the West Valley after a chase with Mesa police and Arizona Department of Public Safety officers.
He is suspected of shooting and killing Grant Ronnebeck, 21, a clerk at the QT store at 414 S. Stapley Dr...
The Maricopa County Attorney's Office said Altamirano is in the U.S. illegally and was out on bond while U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement determined whether he should be deported.

Like another criminal illegal alien in Arizona, Jose Manuel Gonzalez-Sandoval, Altamirano was the beneficiary of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty for Criminal Illegal Aliens, an aspect of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty, that has been ongoing for years and is especially directed against the white population of Arizona.

And be under no illusion that the Criminal Illegal Alien Amnesty doesn't exist.  It is policy from the very top.  In fact, the Obama Regime is waging a jihad against ICE officials who are resisting the release of killer illegal alien criminals.

Fox News December 2, 2014 by Judson Berger
Lawsuit Claims ICE Mounted Campaign To ‘Purge’ Senior Officials Amid Immigration Changes
Vroom alleges she ultimately became a target of this effort, and that one of the factors was a push to "look favorably for prosecutorial discretion" for low-level identity theft cases in Arizona -- in other words, be lenient toward illegal immigrants with these convictions. 
"Prosecutorial discretion" is the term for an Obama administration effort to prioritize serious criminals for deportation and let other lower-level cases slide. The lawsuit claims the focus on identify theft cases was "significant," and Vroom often sought "clarification" on the instructions. 
But Vroom, in turn, was accused of giving "push-back," according to the suit. 
The suit also describes one discussion in September of this year when Jim Stolley, director of field legal operations, was talking with agency attorneys about "prosecutorial discretion" for "low-level" offenders including old DUI convictions. When some attorneys challenged Stolley, he allegedly said, "We don't give a s--- about that. Let it go." 

Besides releasing illegal alien criminals, the Obama Regime is also using the above purge to decrease the number of ICE attorneys who are responsible for prosecuting immigration cases before the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) for deportation.  The result of the purge is that there are few ICE attorneys as those purged are not replaced.  Consequently, the Office of the Principle Legal Advisor field offices throughout the United States are dropping even more deportation cases, including flagrant fraud, because of staffing shortages. A negative feed-back loop is created resulting in more illegal aliens remaining in the United States, especially criminal illegal aliens.

However, there is a solution.  First, the heirs of Grant Ronnebeck now have legal standing to bring suit to stop the Administrative Amnesty.  They are undeniable victims and have standing under the Federal Tort Claims Act for redress in court, including injunctions to stop illegal actions by federal officials, high and low. 

More importantly, Republican candidates like Ted Cruz can make this a campaign issue, announcing to the world, and to the officers and agents of the Department of Homeland Security that if they cooperate with the illegal and unconstitutional Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty they have legal liability under Title 8 United States Code Section 1324, Bringing In And Harboring Certain Aliens.  Furthermore, Cruz and others should make it plain as well that political appointees and Barack Hussein Obama have the most legal liability for the death of Grant Ronnebeck, Anna Dieter-Eckerdt, and Abigail Robinson, up to and including the death penalty for their felonies resulting in the deaths of Americans.  

And being a felony, it is also an impeachable offense. Obama and Jeh Johnson might not give a shit as their underlings have said about criminal illegal aliens, but it is time for Romney, Bush, Perry, Jindal, Walker, and other Presidential candidates, announced and otherwise, to let the American people they do give a shit about murder of Americans by illegal aliens.



Monday, January 19, 2015

Treason Bar Crows Obama Regime Support For Fraud

This writer has not spent much time reviewing the pernicious activity of the Treason Bar of late. Suffice it to say though that the Treason Bar has been insufferable since the expansion of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty and it continues its attacks on those who dare oppose amnesty proposals, equating opposition to treason and racism.  The Treason Bar has made it clear that the physical extermination of patriotic Americans is part of the effort to replace the historic American people.

The Treason Bar is ecstatic about even some of the more obscure aspects of the expansion of the Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty.  One oft overlooked aspect is the illegal expansion of waivers for unlawful presence and the open subordination of the law in the definition of extreme hardship for legal waivers of 3 and 10 year bars to admission to the United States.

Waivers for illegal aliens seeking to enter or remain in the United States as legal immigrants is restricted by law to spouses and children of legal permanent residents (LPR) and U.S. citizens (USC).

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
Illegal Immigration Reform and Responsibility Act Section 301
(v) Waiver.-The Attorney General has sole discretion to waive clause (i) in the case of an immigrant who is the spouse or son or daughter of a United States citizen or of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence, if it is established to the satisfaction of the Attorney General that the refusal of admission to such immigrant alien would result in extreme hardship to the citizen or lawfully resident spouse or parent of such alien. No court shall have jurisdiction to review a decision or action by the Attorney General regarding a waiver under this clause.

And the waiver is only available if the alien proves extreme hardship to that USC or LPR.

A qualifying relative for cases involving unlawful presence would include a citizen or legal resident spouse or parent, according to U.S. immigration law.
The common effects of deportation—such as job loss, the uprooting of family, and even separation of parents from small children—are considered "typical" hardships, even if those outcomes cause plenty of grief for the immigrant's family members. A hardship would be considered "extreme" only if it was unusual or beyond that which one normally would expect from a deportation or barred re-entry.

However, the Obama Regime is seeking to overturn the will of Congress in legislation twofold by expanding the waiver to statutorily ineligible illegal aliens and to define extreme hardship out of existence.  Basically redefining deportation itself as an extreme hardship.

In his memorandum, Jeh Johnson, Secretary, slyly equated those statutorily eligible for a waiver, to all those statutorily eligible for an immigrant visa.

DHS Memorandum Dated November 20, 2014 by Jeh Johnson
Expansion of the Provision Waiver Program
Today, I direct DHS to amend its 2013 regulation to expand access to the provisional waiver program to all statutorily eligible classes of relatives for whom an immigrant visa is immediately available. The purpose behind today' s announcement remains the same as in 2013-family unity. 

The small but significant difference being is that some illegal aliens are statutorily eligible for a waiver for illegal presence in the United States, but many more illegal aliens are statutorily eligible to apply for an immigrant visa.  This makes illegal alien parents and siblings of LPRs and USCs eligible for waivers of illegal presence.  Something not in the law.

Furthermore, Johnson sought to redefine extreme hardship to mere deportation.

As a related matter, I hereby direct USCIS to provide additional guidance on the definition of "extreme hardship." As noted above, to be granted a provisional waiver, applicants must demonstrate that their absence from the United States would cause "extreme hardship" to a spouse or parent who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. The statute does not define the term, and federal courts have not specifically defined it through case law. It is my assessment that additional guidance about the meaning of the phrase "extreme hardship" would provide broader use of this legally permitted waiver program.

USCIS should clarify the factors that are considered by adjudicators in determining whether the "extreme hardship" standard has been met. Factors that should be considered for further explanation include, but are not limited to: family ties to the United States and the country ofremoval, conditions in the country of removal, the age of the U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse or parent, the length of residence in the United States, relevant medical and mental health conditions, financial hardships, and educational hardships. I further direct USCIS to consider criteria by which a presumption of extreme hardship may be determined to exist.

So, according to Johnson, the law as written means nothing, and the provisions of a statute may be "presumed" to be irrelevant to the policy ends of the Obama regime. Time for action this day.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Sabotage The Obama Regime Administrative Amnesty

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Saturday, January 3, 2015

War On The Border Patrol: #GamerGate Edition

Third Wave Feminism has been waging a war on men and anything associated with maleness, whether it be computer programming or heterosexuality.  Law enforcement has been a particular but in the long-term unsuccessful target for first and second wave feminists.  Just as women have little or no interest in advanced mathematics and computer programming, women also have little interest in the fighting for their lives against dangerous thugs, like the heroic Darren Wilson.  Most women who get into law enforcement do so for the good salary, but have few of the skills and abilities to be a good patrol officer.  Long hours, shift work, inclement weather, and the very dangerous clientele, as well as the physical confrontations that are a daily part of uniformed police work make the 95% of police work unattractive to most women.

And it shows, heterosexual women are ill-suited to uniformed police work, mostly because of their inability to deal with the physical aspects of law enforcement, especially when it comes to putting someone in handcuffs who doesn't want to be in handcuffs.  There is a small clique of women who are successful at such police work, most are high testosterone lesbians, the butch type, who for the most part acculturate to the masculine aspects of the law enforcement profession.  They can be just one of the boys. However, they are few and far between.  Women in law enforcement are more successful as investigators; Special Agents in the Federal government, investigators or detectives in State or local agencies.  These subcategories of the law enforcement profession are less physically oriented, where the mind is the primary muscle, especially in white-collar criminal investigations.

Even still, men predominate in the 1811 category in the Federal civil service, the primary occupational specialty dealing with criminal investigations, mostly dealing with white-collar crime.  Even fewer women are involved in the demanding positions in the 1811 category that includes highly dangerous positions, such as Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Special Agents who routinely go undercover to infiltrate and take down drug trafficking organizations.  Few women want that danger and even less the long hours.  The DEA is a man's job.  And similarly, so is another Federal law profession, this in the occupational specialty for the United States Border Patrol, the 1896 category, Border Patrol Agent. The sex (not gender) ratio is significantly more imbalanced in favor of men than in other Federal law enforcement jobs.  Not surprisingly as the BPA has the most physically demanding job in Federal law enforcement and perhaps compared to any other law enforcement agency.

However, the Social Justice Warrior (SWJ) 3rd Wave feminists have infiltrated the upper management of the parent component of the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP), the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP).  And combined with Obama Regime amnesty proponents, have decided to feminize the USBP and remake the USBP mission from one of arresting and deporting illegal aliens, to babysitting and welcoming illegal aliens.

Federal News Radio December 30, 2014 by Michael O'Connell
5,500 Women Apply To Join Border Patrol 
Customs and Border Protection has been steadily increasing the number of its border patrol agents. But recently the agency commissioned a recruitment drive aimed at boosting the ranks of female agents.
 
Only about 5 percent of the border patrol's 21,000 agents are women. But with more and more women trying to cross the Mexican border, CBP officials think having more women agents could help.
CBP Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske told Federal Drive with Tom Temin that the border patrol has received 5,500 applications from women as part of its recent recruitment effort.

Aside from the patent illegality and unconstitutionality of a female only hiring policy, this rationalization is, of course, nonsense.  The predominately male cadre of BPAs handled the summer crisis in the Lower Rio Grande Valley just fine, it was the Obama Regime that failed to deal with the crisis by accommodating the illegal aliens, failed to use expedited removal to solve the problem, and encouraged the crisis to expand and continue by not deporting the illegal alien border crossers.

The USBP has been arresting female and minor illegal aliens for over 100 years and there is no pressing need for women who for good reason only make up 5% of the BPA cadre; they aren't very good at the job and don't like the demanding working conditions, especially when the rocks start flying and the illegal aliens start fighting.  Like it or not, women don't do well when the bullets start flying, as true for the USBP or any State or local agency.

And we get the communist propaganda on women in law enforcement, not only are they as good as men, they are even better!  Which, by the way, is not born out by experience nor any real studies.

Kerlikowske pointed to research that shows women in law enforcement not only perform just as well as men but actually do a better job than men in some areas.
"They do exactly the same jobs as the male border patrol agents, so the hiring process, the screening, the selection, the training is all very much the same," he said. "But women bring a perspective and negotiating skill to law enforcement and to the border patrol that we very much need."

I don't know the "perspective" Kerlikowske is talking about, but I do know that the so-called "negociating skill" that he is talking about does not exist and is useless in law enforcement.  Just ask Kizzy Adoni, she failed at negotiating with Eric Garner.  So much for that vaunted sex based skill-set.

But the Third Wave feminist SWJ is not the only reason Kerlikowske wants more female BPAs.  He wants them because he doesn't want the male aggressiveness needed in law enforcement in general, and immigration law enforcement on the border in particular.  In Kerlikowske's Border Patrol, job one will not be arresting illegals, but processing them for release:

On the Mexican border, many of the people that agents encounter are coming from traumatic situations. Last summer, 50 women reported being sexually assaulted by human traffickers. 
"They come often times from a country where law enforcement often is not seen as a trusted partner and a friend and an organization that can help them," Kerlikowske said. "And so, when they see the agents in uniform, we need to establish a level of trust and a level of confidence to these people that have gone through really a horrendous journey to make it into the United States, and we need to make them feel safe. Women do a great job at that."

That, my fellow Americans, is not the purpose of the U.S. Border Patrol. It is not to welcome illegal aliens, it is not to establish trust with illegal aliens, it is not to make illegal aliens feel safe, it is to deport them.  And fifty rapes out of 60,000 illegal aliens arrested in the Lower Rio Grande Valley is not any reason to hire female BPAs.  And it appears Kerlikowske admits law enforcement ability is a male virtue, while it is in the nature of females to nurture and establish bonds of safety.  Which is good if a woman is bearing and raising children, their function in life, while the nature of men is the guard and protect the weaker of the species.  This should drive Third Wave feminists mad, but they are mysteriously quiet when comes to female stereotypes held by the government when it benefits illegal aliens allowed in by a Regime intending to elect a new people.