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Mike Frey Begs For A Challenger

By Greg L | 11 April 2011 | Fairfax County, Illegal Aliens | 6 Comments

Fairfax Supervisor Michael Frey desperately wants a primary challenge.  There’s no other way to interpret his recent comments at the Centreville Immigration Forum, a local lobby seeking to protect illegal aliens from the consequences of their unlawful actions and promote the illegal hiring of foreign nationals in Centreville.

Immigration has always been controversial, he said, and a part of American history. “A certain segment has always resisted it,” said Frey. “Today’s no different, and we just have to accept that some people don’t like change and will oppose it. But I don’t think that’s the majority.”

“Many say the focus of our efforts should be to enforce immigration law,” he said. “The [Fairfax County] Board of Supervisors has never adopted that philosophy. Immigration is an issue to be worked out at the national level, and the county has no desire to get in the middle of [it]. It’s against the law to be in this country illegally, but it’s not the job of the Fairfax County Police Department to enforce that — there’s real crime for them to focus on.”

Frey said day-labor sites are relatively new and have only sprung up in the past decade. “They’re evidence of a changing economy,” he said. “Businesses looked for people to hire for a specific job, and it caught on. Tourism, construction and the service industry have jobs they can’t fill with Americans — and that’s what brings immigrants here.”

…To him, said Frey, “The concept of a gathering place or center is a common-sense solution to these fears and misperceptions. I understand when women have expressed fears about going to the library or shopping centers because of large gatherings of men [waiting outside for potential employers]. Any large gathering of men can be intimidating, no matter what their ethnicity.”

Not only intimidating, but a demonstrated public safety issue.

Please, someone challenge this utter idiot. He’s doing everything he can to ensure another tragedy in Centreville.

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  1. Maureen said on 11 Apr 2011 at 8:16 pm:
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    Pay under the table, illegal. Hiring an illegal alien, illegal. Turning a blind eye to the problem, criminal.

  2. Jack said on 12 Apr 2011 at 4:26 pm:
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    I’m note sure why we need a Day Labor Center in Cville when there is a Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) office in the same location. Could it be these individuals can not use the VEC office, maybe they just don’t realize it is there. For that matter, maybe Mr. Frey does not know it is there. Just in case any of the above mentioned individuals read this post, the VEC is located at 14245-L Centreville Square, open M-F 0830 - 1630. It is even open on Saturday for those hard working folks.
    It is also interesting that the local paper failed to mention this office. So much for investigative reporting.
    I agree, it is item for Mr. Fey to find another job.

  3. Anonymous said on 12 Apr 2011 at 9:59 pm:
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    Yeah right, sure,sure,sure.Everybody else doing bad but illegals. No streets filled will loitering day labors harassing people for work, making cat calls to women, also known to be enjoying a few beers,relieve themselves outdoors,etc,etc,etc

  4. hazegray said on 13 Apr 2011 at 10:28 am:
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    Supervisor Michael R. Frey (R-Sully)

    So what does the “R” stand for? RINO? Ridiculous?

    Ronald Regan (a REAL “R”) once said he supported “people who work hard and play by the rules.” What ever happened to that approach?
    On second thought, Frey’s “R” probably stands for river… the one he sold his party down.

  5. June Smith said on 14 Apr 2011 at 6:46 am:
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    Pat Herrity did the same flip-flop and lost the Congressional primary because of it. He was holding the lead until he and Fimian went head-to-head about the Centrevill Day Labor Center at the shopping Center.

    Fairfax has unofficially become an illegal alien sanctuary. To keep them out of the ERs, the County (along with other Northern VA counties) enrolled them in the Kaiser Bridge Health Care Plan - at the tax payers expense.

    I was elated when Fimian took the lead and was so disappointed when he lost to Connolly because of a slip of the tongue about “carrying on VA Campuses might have averted a catastrophe.”

    Many of us in Fairfax County never miss an opportunity to remind Connolly to keep looking over his shoulder because he only won by a handful of votes. Most of us have given up on the Board.

  6. Jack said on 14 Apr 2011 at 5:02 pm:
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    I have to agree about Par Herrity, I’ve sent his office a few e-mails about this subject and never receive a response. Not sure if giving up on the FFXC Broad is the correct path but think the persons in place today need to be replaced. If we can’t do that then this needs to be addressed at the State level and forced on all Va law enforcement. Seems to me that all our elected folks want to do is parrot what they have been told the law states. So I read it, seems pretty clear to me. How is it we can’t hold them to this, at all levels.

    U.S. Code, Title 8, Chapter 12, Subchapter II, Part VIII
    § 1324. Bringing in and harboring certain aliens

    (c) Authority to arrest
    No officer or person shall have authority to make any arrests for a violation of any provision of this section except officers and employees of the Service designated by the Attorney General, either individually or as a member of a class, and all other officers whose duty it is to enforce criminal laws.

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