Rebecca Otto Wants To Give Illegal Immigrants Voting Rights

In a recent forum, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Otto blurted out “and we should let them vote” when talking about illegal immigrants. Watch the breaking news video for more information.

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Three in five Britons support a ‘hostile environment’ for illegal immigrants, poll shows

Three in five people want the Government’s immigration policy to make it as “difficult as possible” for illegal immigrants to remain in the UK, according to a new poll. But the Ipsos MORI research also shows that, in the wake of the Windrush scandal …

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Dozens of illegal immigrants found hiding in trailer during traffic stop

Dozens of illegal immigrants — including a three-year-old child — were discovered inside a tractor-trailer in southern Texas on Tuesday, officials said. The Raymondville Police Department told Fox News the tractor trailer was stopped by a Texas …

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Filthy Animals

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California Wants To Become The First State To Offer Free Health Care To Illegal Immigrants

California lawmakers are poised to make the state the first in the nation to expand Medicaid benefits to adult “undocumented” immigrants, at a cost of more than $3 billion per year to California taxpayers.

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Report: CA Dems Pushing to Give Illegal Adults Full Healthcare Benefits

California Democrats are reportedly pushing to give full healthcare benefits to illegal immigrant adults, which would mean that the Golden State not only may have to raise taxes but will also be a magnet for even more illegal immigrants.

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Oakland mayor inspires new bill which could lock up officials like her

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said in a recent op-ed for the Washington Post that she originally ran for office because she wanted to change the way things operate. She may be changing things more than she thought and in ways she never imagined. Following calls to investigate her decision to alert illegal aliens in her community to an impending ICE raid, Iowa Congressman Steve King (R) has introduced legislation which could lock up public officials obstructing justice in this fashion for as much as five years. (Washington Times)

Tipping illegal immigrants off to a looming immigration sweep could net sanctuary city leaders jail time, under a bill announced Monday by Rep. Steve King.

The Iowa Republican dubbed the bill the Mayor Libby Schaaf Act, after the Oakland mayor who alerted California’s Bay Area to an impending sweep this year, a move that immigration officials said helped hundreds of people escape detection.

At the time, the chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Ms. Schaaf was essentially acting as a “gang lookout” tipping off lawbreakers when police came through their neighborhood.

Mr. King’s bill would include a penalty of up to five years in prison for any state or local official who obstructs enforcement of federal laws.

“I want lawless, Sanctuary City politicians to hear this message clearly: If you obstruct ICE, you are going to end up in the cooler,” Mr. King said in announcing his bill.

I somehow doubt that King is expecting much support from his Democratic colleagues on this one and the bill may be nothing more than an effort to make a point in this debate. I’m also not sure there’s really a need for such a law. As we’ve discussed here previously, we already have laws on the books which cover this. Under Title 8, Chapter 12, anyone can be charged with harboring or shielding from detection any illegal aliens, leaving them subject to a fine and/or not more than 10 years in prison. I see no reason why an elected official such as a mayor wouldn’t be subject to that law.

Then again, when it’s a public official doing it, that’s a special sort of violation in some ways because they’re violating their oath of office and undermining the laws they are sworn to uphold. In that sense, perhaps a special law specifically covering elected officials might be in order.

Of course, even if this gets signed into law it won’t apply to Mayor Schaaf, so she doesn’t have much to worry about. You can’t prosecute someone for a law passed after they commit the act, so unless Schaaf plans to do any additional gang signaling when ICE is coming to town she should be in the clear.

I do hope that this bill at least earns time for an open debate on the floor of the House. If nothing else, it will be entertaining to see if any Democrats are willing to take to the podium and argue against holding elected officials accountable when they flout the law. How does one even begin to structure such an argument? If you’re going to start making exceptions under the law for people in public office that could lead to all manner of uncomfortable conversations in the current climate of Washington.

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MS-Sen.: GOP challenger calls for closing of all VA hospitals

A Republican candidate for one of Mississippi’s U.S. Senate seats called for all Veterans Affairs hospitals to be closed down, citing a poor quality of service and the chance to benefit private hospitals, WLOX-TV reported.

“The VA is not motivated for customer service like a private hospital,” Republican Senate candidate Richard Boyanton said. “Eliminating the VA would make private hospitals more viable.”

What’s the story?

Boyanton is also a veteran, having served in the Vietnam War, where he earned a Purple Heart.

He believes veterans can get better care at private hospitals than they can at VA hospitals, which he said don’t have a customer service focus and often have long waiting lists for treatments.

The candidate also believes the government could save significant amounts of money by closing VA hospitals. If elected, Boyanton said the issue would be a priority for him.

Who is Richard Boyanton?

Boyanton is a 68-year-old businessman who owns Scott Fence Company and Boyanton Industries.

He joined the Army at age 17, and served as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division and in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne.

According to his website, he decided to run for Senate because American values are under attack, and he got tired of “watching congressmen sit on their hands and do nothing about this, or even worse fan the flames for their own personal benefit.”

“I decided to run for Senate in order to bring power back into the hands of ordinary citizens that love their country and are concerned about its future,” he wrote.

His platform includes:

  • Supporting freedom of religion
  • Preventing infringement upon the U.S. Constitution
  • Deportation of illegal immigrants and accountability for those who employ or support them
  • Free market economy
  • Civil rights
  • 12-year term limits in Congress

When is the Republican primary?

Boyanton is running against Republican incumbent Sen. Roger Wicker. The primary election is June 5.

There will also be a nonpartisan special election in November to fill the seat vacated by former Republican Sen. Thad Cochran, who resigned in April due to health issues.

Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith is currently filling that seat, and is running in the special election against Republican state Sen. Chris McDaniel, Democrat Mike Espy (former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture), and Democrat Toby Bartee.

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