In case you missed it just before last weekend, an illegal immigrant who had already been deported 14 times was arrested for meth in Billings, Montana.
That story got picked up by a well-known national blog called Weasel Zippers and is below. But first, did you see the video of the black woman in Southern California who ripped the city council for appointing an illegal immigrant to a post?
Via Breitbart.com- MUST-SEE: Black Woman Rips Council over Illegal Aliens
Chanell Temple, a black woman originally from Huntington Park, delivered a strident, politically incorrect speech against illegal immigration on Monday evening at the local city council meeting.
Temple, who now lives in the Hawthorne area of Los Angeles, was protesting the council’s recent decision to appoint two illegal aliens to city commissions. She told Breitbart News she had not intended to speak at the meeting, but was offended when someone compared illegal aliens to slaves. She added that she supports Donald Trump “a hundred percent.”
According to court records, Marquez was the passenger in a vehicle on Interstate 90 when an MHP trooper pulled the vehicle over for obstructed plates.
In the vehicle, the trooper allegedly found more than one pound of methamphetamine along with a loaded 9 mm semi-automatic pistol.
One commenter named Gerald noted:
What about a firearms charge. I would think it would be illegal for an alien to be in posession of a firearm in this country. Look what happened to the U. S. marine that accidently crossed into Mexico with a firearm. He was kept in a stinking Mexican jail for almost a year. More of this debacle being the cause and effect of our wide open border.
Aja Goare with KTVQ-TV in Billings broke the news: Illegal alien arrested in Billings on drug charges after multiple deportations
An illegal immigrant who prosecutors said has been deported from the U.S. more than a dozen times was arraigned in Yellowstone County District Court Thursday on drug charges.
J. C. Kantorowicz – Great Falls
Thursday, August 20, 2015 7:39 AM
A Sheriff’s Department officer, whom I respect, recently commented that he would not serve the sentence that an offender deserved, by dispensing justice himself.
Still, it seems to me that a timely expenditure of 50 cents by the enforcement division has a greater reward to a civil society than hundreds of thousands of dollars wasted in the judicial division.