The Manassas Journal-Messenger published another article on the Section 287(g) program, this time focusing on the interest in the program expressed by jail superintendant Charles Land. Col. Land has reccomended to the Board of County Supervisors that jail personnel get training under the program, but the MJM had to flesh out all the potential negatives of the program and make sure readers know what they are.
Is the MJM exhibiting a clear bias against this program? Yesterday’s headline “Chief Against ICE Training” when he actually recommended the program might lead you to this conclusion. In today’s article they add credibility to this conclusion by interviewing Ricardo Juarez, coordinator for Mexicanos Sin Fronteras, and no one else outside of the police department.
This is the same Ricardo Juarez who spoke at citizen’s time at the BOCS meeting and referred to “my country, Mexico” during his statements to the board in regard to the Section 287(g) program. If an American citizen tried to lobby the Mexican government in Mexico he would be arrested. Ricardo Juarez is the leader for a Zapatista front group that contributes money and resources to the Zapatista Army of National Liberation in Mexico, and when they’re not lobbying for open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens they are support an armed insurrection in several provinces of Mexico conducted by the EZLN. Mexicanos Sin Fronteras should be classified as a terrorist organization and it’s leadership deported to Mexico rather than given prominent billing in the Manassas Journal-Messenger and an opportunity to tell our elected officials how our government should protect the interests of American citizens. This is outrageous.
I don’t have any idea why the Manassas Journal-Messenger is so intent on carrying water for Mexicanos Sin Fronteras, but it’s pretty disturbing to see the paper try to promote the agenda of these nutbags. Advertisers might want to consider the message their business supports.
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UPDATE: NovaTownHall gives us another reason why a program like this makes so much sense.
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