This man’s death is in a long line of murders that are a direct result of our governments dereliction of duty and treasonous policies.
Sanctuary cities are Sedition HAVENS. These cities policies and the officials that have endorsed and prescribed them are TRAITORS and are indirectly and, I dare say – in some cases, DIRECTLY responsible for the invasion of this country. The future brings invasions and terrorism from, not necessarily other “countries” governments, but the gangs that rule them. So, if a country is ruled by gangs or terrorists, then is it not the same thing as that country? It matters not what WE want. We may want a specific government for that country. That country could call it self a government. However, when the ACTIONS and the POLICIES of that country are created and enforced by the illegitimates, then is that not the same thing? We are being invaded by CARTELS from Mexico, but there government says that it’s not them. OK, well. If it’s not them then who? But does that even matter? If a scorpion swings it’s tail at the dog, the dog kills the scorpion, and doesn’t languish about trying to decide if the scorpion knows that what it’s doing is wrong or stupid. It DOESN’T matter. It’s being attacked. It protects it self. It’s UNNATURAL not to. To all the LIBERALS out there — no matter how much you TALK about logic, the situations that you set up, are ILLOGICAL. ILLEGAL ALIENS and INVASION is never going to work out for a good thing.
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(CNSNews.com) – Paul Babeu, the sheriff of Pinal County, Arizona, says give him half an hour, and he could tell President Obama how to secure the U.S. border with Mexico — if only the president and other administration officials would listen to him.
Babeu joked that he must be on the White House “do not call” list, even though he’s the president of the Sheriff’s Association for the State of Arizona.
In an interview with Fox News on Thursday, Babeu lamented the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent on Tuesday at the hands of “bandits” – illegal aliens in the U.S. who steal from cartel members who sneak drugs into the United States.
It’s an ongoing problem, Babeu said: “We had just this past weekend other bandits that are using what appear to be a police car – with lights and sirens, red and blue lights, push bumper, spotlights – that are stopping vehicles, trying to steal drugs from cartel members — in my county.”
Yet Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano doesn’t talk to him, Babeu said – “because we have a different opinion than her about the reality of what our country is facing.”
Babeu knows exactly what he would tell Napolitano and the president – if they would listen to him or accept his invitation to “come see what we’re facing.”
“We need 6, 000 armed soldiers,” Babeu said. “We need to build and complete the double barrier fences that he suspended – stopped the construction; and then, a novel concept – we need to enforce the law. You come into America, you’re breaking America’s laws – you’re apprechended then you’re formally deported. You come back into our country illegally, you’re going to prison. Those three things…will secure our borders,” Babeu told Fox News.
As things stand now, neither President Obama nor Janet Napolitano has spoken to Babeu, despite his efforts to get them on the phone – or to visit Pinal County in person.
He said Napolitano’s visit to Arizona today and tomorrow does not signal that the administration is taking the danger any more seriously: “Here we’ve heard nothing except that the border’s more secure than ever, unprecedented resources…”
On Tuesday, in a conference call with border sheriffs and police chiefs that did not include Babeu, Napolitano reviewed what the Homeland Security Department has done to boost border security in the past year.
It’s not enough, Babeu argues.
As CNSNews.com has reported, Napolitano’s conference call came on the same day that Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered near Nogales, Arizona.
Pinal County is in south-central Arizona, about 70 miles from the U.S. Mexico border, but it is along the drug corridor leading from Mexico to Phoenix.
Sheriff Babeu: It’s ‘An Outrage’ Obama Stopped Building Border Fence (Aug. 26, 2010)
Arizona Sheriff Says Cops Are Being Killed by Illegal Aliens; Joins Call for U.S. Troops at Border (Apr. 20, 2010)
Arizona Sheriff: ‘Our Own Government Has Become Our Enemy’ (Aug. 1, 2010)
Arizona Now Has ‘Whopping 30’ National Guard Troops and 15 Billboard Signs Warning Citizens About Drug Cartels (Sept. 1, 2010)
Border Patrol Agent Killed in Southern Arizona
Published December 15, 2010
TUCSON, Ariz. — Authorities continue to comb the rugged southern Arizona terrain during the manhunt for a suspect they say was involved in the deadly gunfight that claimed the life of a U.S. Border Patrol agent late Tuesday night.
“I assure you, that every effort will be extended to bring that suspect into custody,” said Richard Barlow, the Border Patrol deputy chief of the
Agent Brian A. Terry was gunned down the frenzied shoot out that involved a cadre that robs illegal immigrants–vulnerable targets– as they cross the border. One of the suspects was injured during the shoot out and taken into custody, said Barlow. Three more suspects were later apprehended.
“This is a stark reminder of the realities that we face every single day,” said Barlow, who wore a black band over his yellow shield at a press conference. “There are people out there that wake up every single day with nothing else on their minds than to harm citizens of this country and our way of life.”
The FBI and the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office are performing a joint investigation near Rio Rico, Ariz.
Prior to the shooting, Terry was waiting with three other agents in a remote area north of Nogales, said T.J. Bonner, the council president of the National Border Patrol . A CBP spokesman would not confirm that account.
Terry, 40, a former Marine, was a member of U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s special response team.
The last fatal shooting of a Border Patrol agent was on July 23, 2009, when Robert Rosas, 30, was killed by unidentified assailants while responding to suspicious activity in a known smuggling corridor near Campo, Calif., CBP officials said.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the killing is an “unconscionable act of violence,” according to a statement released Wednesday. She had planned earlier this week to visit the region on Friday, but will apparently move her trip up a day because of the shooting, the Arizona Republic reports.
In May, President Obama authorized the deployment of up to an additional 1,200 National Guard troops to the Southwest border to provide support for surveillance, reconnaissance and narcotics enforcement to augment CBP and U.S. Customs and Immigration (ICE) authorities already in place. Those deployments began on Aug. 1. Obama also requested $600 million in supplemental funds for enhanced border protection and law enforcement activities.
“Over the past year and a half, this administration has pursued a new border security strategy with an unprecedented sense of urgency, making historic investments in personnel, technology and infrastructure,” Napolitano said in a statement released on July 19.
“These troops will provide direct support to federal law enforcement officers and agents working in high-risk areas to disrupt criminal organizations seeking to move people and goods illegally across the Southwest border,” the statement continued.
Napolitano also announced in July that more than $47 million in fiscal year 2010 Operation Stonegraden grants for the Southwest border states to support law enforcement personnel, overtime and related costs. Nearly 80 percent of the funding will go to Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas, up from 59 percent in 2008.