Sunday, February 12, 2017

The Plan: Obstruction, Violence, and Foreign Interference

The Democrat plan to impose the election of a new people has appeared to be developed.  The plan to thwart the Trump Plan to preserve the Historic American Nation will be a three point plan; First, obstruct with the courts; Second, use street violence to interfere with the faithful execution of the laws; and Third, use foreign governments funding the Treason Bar, e.g. Mexican meddling, to interfere with immigration law enforcement.

The obstruction by the courts is obvious to all.  The District Court decision and the 9th Circuit Court decision were obviously lawless and need little commentary.

Whether the rollout of the president’s temporary travel ban was ill-prepared or not, and whether one agrees or not about which nations or people should be subjected to extreme vetting, the president’s authority in the matter of protecting the borders and keeping out those he sees as potentially dangerous is universally conceded.
That a district judge would overrule the president of the United States on a matter of border security in wartime is absurd.
When politicians don black robes and seize powers they do not have, they should be called out for what they are–usurpers and petty tyrants. And if there is a cause upon which the populist right should unite, it is that elected representatives and executives make the laws and rule the nation. Not judges, and not justices.
[Trump Must Break Judicial Power, by Pat Buchanan, VDare, February 9, 2017]

The second part of the Democrats strategy to destroy the Historic American Nation is the use of street violence, terrorism, sedition, and rebellion as a tactic to thwart the enforcement of immigration laws by the United States government.

And no sooner than this writer warned the nation about the treason and rebellion, than mobs of Mexican terrorists ran into the streets to physically block the arrest and deportation of Mexican criminals.

An undocumented Mexican woman was deported by the US government after 20 years in the US, one of the first people expelled under President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. The move sparked protests in which seven people were arrested.
Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, 36, came to the US illegally as a 14-year-old girl. She is a convicted felon, due to a 2008 raid on her Arizona workplace by then-Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio on the suspicion that the business was hiring immigrants who had used fraudulent IDs. She was not arrested as part of the raid, but was taken into custody by a SWAT team six months later, after investigators discovered discrepancies in her employment documents. She pleaded guilty in March 2009 to a reduced charge of criminal impersonation and sentenced to two years’ probation...
Once she was taken into custody, about 200 people gathered outside to protest, the Arizona Republic reported. They attempted to block federal buses and vans used to transport people from ICE custody to either detention centers or the border for deportation. As police arrived, the number of demonstrators dwindled, but seven people were arrested.
['Trump Executive Order' Deportation Of Mexican Woman Sparks Angry Protest, Arrests In Arizona, RT, February 10, 2017] 



The third avenue of attack on America and President Trump is the collusion of the Treason Bar and the Mexican government in the orderly deportation of illegal aliens by jamming the immigration courts, the Executive Office For Immigration Review (EOIR), with hearings and appeals.

A group of prominent Mexican citizens is developing plans to fight the Trump administration on deporting illegals from the United States by encouraging them to pack immigration courts to push the already overburdened system into a breakdown.
"The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous," former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda, told The Wall Street Journal.
The objective is to double or triple the backlog, "until Trump desists in this stupid idea," he said.
[Report: Prominent Mexicans to Urge Illegals to Clog US Immigration Courts, by Todd Beaman, NewsMax, February 11, 2017]

This is not the first time the former Foreign Minister of Mexico advocated obstruction of American immigration law.  Soon after the election of Donald John Trump, wetback advocate Jorge Castañeda suggested that Mexico would refuse to accept back Mexicans deported from the United States, a violation of Mexican law, as no Mexican can be refused entry to Mexico as no documents are needed for a Mexican citizen to enter Mexico from the United States.

A Mexican politician, who at one time served as foreign minister, is calling for a “line in the sand” against U.S. President-Elect Donald J. Trump.  He is calling for a systemic effort to fight a border wall and sabotage the deportation of illegal immigrants.
In an editorial piece published in Mexico’s El Financiero, Jorge Castañeda calls for the country to refuse to take in deported illegal immigrants unless the U.S. government can provide documents to prove that they are Mexican citizens.
“If they claim that by definition undocumented people do not have documents, we will then think that the majority of those deported are Central Americans and  send them there,” Castañeda wrote in his editorial. “Some Mexicans will end up over there. In the meantime, a backlog will accumulate and the North Americans will not know what to do.”
[Mexican Politician: Sabotage Trump’s Border Plans, by Ildefonso Ortiz, Breitbart, November 2016]

And the Mexican government is working with the Treason Bar as well to fund appeals of deportations:

FEBRUARY 11, 2017 —A group of prominent Mexican officials, legislators, and other political figures wants Mexico to resist President Trump’s deportation plans by assigning lawyers to fight cases in US immigration court, utilizing tough legal tactics that could jam up the workings of an already backlogged system.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, who hasn’t taken a position on the plan, says his administration will take steps to defend its citizens living in the US, including allocating $50 million to help undocumented immigrants facing deportation. But Monarca’s plan could be the most pointedly obstructionist of any measure suggested.
[Can An Army Of Lawyers Stop Trump's Mass Deportations?, by David Iaconangelo, Christian Science Monitor, February 11, 2017]

The easiest issue to deal with is the activities of the Mexican government.  The United States can send a demarche to the Mexican government instructing it to halt interference in the internal affairs of the United States or suffer consequences such as expulsion of Mexican diplomats.  The Department of Justice can also prosecute Treason Bar lawyers who accept payment from the Mexican government for failing to register as agents of a foreign power, a violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

Furthermore, if the Mexican government wants to play hardball, such as refusing to accept for deportation any Mexican national or third-country national who entered the United States from Mexico, the United States can shut down the border with Mexico, as it did when Mexican officials refused to extradite the killer of DEA Special Agent Kiki Camarena.

However, dealing with Mexico will be easy, as the United States holds all the cards.  Dealing with Mexican inspired terrorism and obstruction of Federal law enforcement will be more difficult, but will require that the Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III instruct his United States Attorneys and the Assistant Attorney General for National Security prosecute vigorously the Mexican and other thugs who interfere with Federal law enforcement operations with violence.  Something that is spreading rapidly and escalating.

Dealing with recalcitrant Federal judges will be more difficult.  It will require a legislative response, including ending judicial review of immigration enforcement and, more importantly, expanding Expedited Removal, the administrative removal of illegal aliens without recourse to either the Article III courts or an executive branch review at the EOIR.  Interestingly enough the 9th Circuit recently affirmed that illegal aliens in Expedited Removal have no right to legal counsel under the Fifth Amendment!  But expansion of Expedited Removal is dependant on cuckservatives like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell getting legislation through Congress.




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