Who Says Crime Doesn’t Pay?

Children held in Obama Cages

From the Department of Are You Fucking Kidding Me:

Their children cry at night after border separation. These fathers are seeking damages for the harm they suffered

Three fathers who were separated from their young children when they tried to migrate to the US want millions of dollars in compensation from the US government for the toll the months of separation took on their families.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and law firm Covington & Burlington filed administrative claims Thursday seeking damages from the US government on behalf of three men who were separated from their children at the border. The separation caused lasting harm for the families, the advocacy group and law firm said in a news release.

The filings describe children who cry in the night, refuse to eat and are fearful of going out, and parents struggling with guilt and anxiety.

The involvement of the SPLC should immediately tell you that this is some insane Leftist bullshit. These are the same guys who labled the Family Research Council a “hate group” which prompted a nutball Leftist named Floyd Lee Corkins II to try to shoot up FRC headquarters.

One father, identified as M.C.L., said since returning to Guatemala after seeking asylum in the US, he and his wife have been keeping watch over their 7-year-old son as he sleeps at night, according to the filing.

The boy lives in a perpetual state of fear and they worry he may try to leave or hurt himself at night, the filing says. His mother carries him to bed, holding him while he cries until he falls asleep.

A year after returning to Guatemala, the child struggles in school, frequently refuses to eat and is afraid of police officers, the filing says.

“This is a stark difference from the child A.C.R. was before he was separated from his father,” the complaint says. “Before the separation, A.C.R. was a normal, happy child.”

Meantime, M.C.L. is struggling with guilt over not having done more to prevent the separation, according to the filing.

He feels guilty? Good. He should feel guilty. Notice that it says he was seeking asylum in the US but it doesn’t give any details. Did he abandon his claim or was it denied?

A father identified as R.Z.G. didn’t see his 9-year-old daughter for 253 days after they presented themselves at the port of entry, according to the filing. R.Z.G. says he made repeated attempts to find his daughter during his detention and deportation.

Now that they are back together, he says, “I ask God to carry my family forward,” the filing says.

His daughter alleges she was abused by immigrations officers, the complaint says.

The child, “once a well-adjusted young girl with many friends, now prefers to stay at home with her mother and her brothers,” the filing says. She does not socialize with other children and is afraid to travel and to be away from her father.

Her parents are suffering from anxiety and depression after the separation, the complaint says.

The lack of specificity and detail is another red flag. Another is the claim that they were separated “after they presented themselves at the port of entry.” The Border Patrol doesn’t take people into custody when they apply for asylum at a port of entry. They tell them to take a number and wait in Mexico until their asylum application is processed. There is a long backlog of asylum cases due to the surge in asylum requests, most of which (90%) are bogus.

They take people into custody when they illegally enter the country and then request asylum when they are caught. More recently there have been a lot of people crossing the border then seeking out the Border Patrol. I suspect they are told to do that because someone wants to overload our system to create a “crisis.”

It is important to note that the people being detained pending the adjudication of their asylum claims can get released whenever they want. All they have to do is drop the asylum claim and agree to deportation. First offenders who don’t request asylum are released and deported within a few days of being apprehended.

There are two main things fueling our immigration crisis. The first is the immigrants themselves. Many of them have been led to believe that there will soon be some new amnesty deal that will grant illegal aliens in the United States some kind of permanent status or citizenship. They are rushing to get here before it passes so they can qualify.

They have also been told that if they show up with a child they will not be detained or deported but will instead be released and given a date to appear for processing their asylum requests. Once released they can disappear into the immigration underworld and never show up for their hearings.

This used to be true, but President Trump tried to put a stop to this abuse of the asylum process by ending the “catch and release” policy of Former Occupant Obama. That’s when the media began shrieking about “kids in cages.”

The second thing fueling the immigration crisis are the individuals and groups encouraging and even funding illegal immigration. We know they are doing it, sometimes openly and sometimes covertly, because the immigrants have told us they are.

Some people blame Leftist billionaire George Soros, but even though it might be true it is not an established fact. Let me clarify that last sentence – We know that Soros funds some immigration advocacy groups, but we don’t know who all he funds, how much funding he provides, or what exactly the funding is for. Nor do we know who else may be involved. It would not surprise me to learn that some of our enemies and/or frenemies are covertly trying to stir up trouble as well.

The Democrats would say this is all some baseless far-right tinfoil hat conspiracy theory, but a Democrat Congresswoman from Texas was caught sending her staff down to Mexico to coach would-be asylum seekers on how to game our system. These are the same Democrats who claim that Russian collusion is a proven fact and any suggestion that the Deep State tried to frame Trump is a baseless far-right conspiracy theory.

The news media seems curiously uninterested in either theory. They occaisonally mention them in order to denounce them, but they have made no effort to investigate them either to prove them true or to debunk them. If the media knows anything they are keeping their lips zipped. If they truly don’t know anything it is because they don’t want to know.

But somebody is encouraging and coaching people in Guatamala to come here. Somebody is feeding them and providing them with transportation north. Several thousand people cannot walk over 1000 miles in a week.

The timing of these bogus lawsuits is revealing. There is no way that these cases will come to trial before the election. Don’t be surprised if the funding for these lawsuits suddely dries up after the election and the plaintiffs are cut loose. I’d like to know who is footing the bill, because these are not contingency fee cases.

Discovery alone will cost tens of thousands of dollars for each case. The plaintiffs are back in Guatamala, maklng it difficult for anyone to interview them or any potential witnesses. The government will have to go thru their lawyers to get information. The media, however, could track them down and question them. But they won’t.

This is not about justice, this is vexatious litigation. It will give the SPLC a tool to demand discovery from the Trump administration on a range of issues. As with all the other investigations the inquisitors don’t have anything on Trump but they are hoping to find something (anything) they can use against him.

This is a textbook example of lawfare.

Whatever happened to this little girl? The media sure lost interest in a hurry.

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101 Responses to Who Says Crime Doesn’t Pay?

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I betcha that if Trump offered these people $25 grand in cash and green cards in exchange for dismissals and a binding NDA they would jump at the offer. That can be justified on the basis that litigating the cases would cost a lot more.

    But their lawyers would nix it and leak everything to the media. They don’t GAF about their clients, they are just using them to attack Trump.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Also, the gig would be up if our media worms would cover the border honestly, and not with fee-fee’s. Obama’s Pravda America is failing miserably. JSchools are too.

  2. DandyTIger says:

    I bet they’d suffer a lot less if they stayed home.

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Mothy67 says:

      Isn’t that the quote that got James Woods banned. It’s not a Miloban- if he deletes it he he can go back. He said blow me Jack.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

  5. DeniseVB says:

    In case you missed it,

  6. lyn says:

    The final season of Orange is the New Black is focusing on undocumented immigrants. Yawn. The trailer gives no hints about it.

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

  8. lyn says:

    • taw46 says:

      I looked at that earlier. Just so sad what was allowed to happen to people in that part of the city. And to those incredible buildings.

  9. SHV says:

    Last month Al and I spent a couple of days in Baltimore. We stayed at the B&O Railroad Headquarters Building which has been converted into a hotel; very nice with lots of wood and marble interior decoration. It was interesting watching outside of our window; daylight normal downtown office crowd, after dark it was like night of the living dead. Very busy with lots of youth with back packs circulating around the empty lot across the street and “homeless”. After sunrise the street and lot were totally empty. Al went out after sunrise for a ten mile run around the inner harbor which she like very much and no problems. She wants to go back in Oct. for the Baltimore 1/2 marathon.


    • DeniseVB says:

      Before I met my forever husband, I dated a boy from Baltimore for about 2 years in the 60’s. He came from a very wealthy family, there is another world in that city, and it’s fabulous.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        You can find luxury hotels in Haiti. The elites live comfortably everywhere. And the poor always outnumber the rich. The difference between a prosperous country and a poor country is the middle class. The bigger the middle class, the more prosperous the country. In shithole countries, there is virtually no middle class.

        • swanspirit says:

          Baltimore, is a city of neighborhoods. If you live there, you have to know which neighborhood is which, and where the boundaries are, for your own safety. That includes, walking, shopping, taking the busses, and parking.
          Your life may depend upon it.

          Also, you need to know the difference between daytime, and nighttime activities. A perfectly safe place during the day, could be lethal at night.

          The neighborhood where my siblings live, is fine to walk to the store during the day, but you don’t set foot out your door at night, except to go straight to your car, and you.must be careful about that, at night.

          What has gotten much worse, is the level of violence in the bad neighborhoods, and the bleeding over the boundaries, and expansion of the bad ones, into the once good ones, and the shrinking, of the good ones.

      • swanspirit says:

        Did he live in Homeland? That’s the very wealthy, old money neighborhood. Stunning homes, real mansions, gorgeous area.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’m not sure of the neighborhood, but it was pretty much like you described. Very old Baltimore money, this was the 60’s and in the family a couple of generations by then. I know we visited his grandma a couple of times, she lived in one of the row house neighborhoods downtown. That was gorgeous too. I have no memory of blight, just enjoying my visits there. Oh, and the Playboy Club was a highlight too.

        • Mothy67 says:

          Is Towson part of the city? My friend recently moved there.

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  11. DeniseVB says:

    No sleep for the snowflakes tonight….

  12. Angie says:

  13. Mothy67 says:

    The dims should stand down on the Baltimore issue. Every major city has blighted areas. You get a few citizen journalists with an iPhone and it’ll make one hell of a campaign season. The tiny city I moved from in 1979 is tragic. Yet vote nearly 100% dim. My congress critter runs unopposed often and I have never heard him fight for bringing back opportunity. RINOs get everything they want and any opposition is theater. The largest employer pays no taxes because they are non profit with a 50 billion dollar plus endowmnent. It’s all a load of tosh. What if Baltimore causes others to wake up and see that their reps have been playing them for years.
    I posted this article a few years ago. I moved from Clairton in 1979 as it began a steep decline into shitholedom. Tragic I used to sleep on the porch and ride my bike all night. This article is from 2012. It is now seeing a turnaround because Trump is insisting on US made steel. Nothing changed under obama. Got worse as opioids festered and grew.

    • SHV says:

      Baltimore is #1 or #2 murder rate of cities over 100k population….Chester, Pa is #1 or #2 murder rate for all cities. Pa got a problem.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Imagine raising a child in some of those places. Wasn’t there some sociology theory awhile back about broken windows? How does it effect a kid if the external world is that harsh? So bleak.

      • helenk3 says:

        Chester Pa has been a problem since I was a Kid. Back then smuggling untaxed cigarettes was the route through Chester, My dad was a Red Arrow bus driver and drove from 69th st in Upper Darby to Chester for years. My 1/2 brother used to deliver score cards to over 90 bars in Chester with the daily number on the top corner. He even delivered them to the Chester Police Station. He used to carry his money in a shoe in case he was mugged. This was in the 50s, There are many stories about Chester

  14. Angie says:

  15. Mothy67 says:

    How sweet would it be to see sharpton politically extinguished?

  16. DandyTIger says:

  17. Mothy67 says:

    I guess a federal judge has warned NY not to turn over Trump’s state tax records until he rules. I wonder what kind of trap he has with his financials that he’s using to lure them.
    Time and again they ensnare themselves. He has resoundingly beat the clintons, bush family, msm, hollywierd, and now sharpton will be declawed.
    Pretty scary that these are our leaders. The incompetence is disturbing. The pee dossier. Really?

  18. Mothy67 says:

    More #Winning
    How did I miss this?

  19. Constance says:

    I’m sure that white men still hold all the power in the Democrat party but increasingly they are using women and people of color as fronts and public faces so they can push their agenda and not be criticized. If Republicans call out anything they get labeled sexist or racist. No progress can be made stopping Leftists as long as this pattern is allowed. Someone had to figure out how to call out incompetent women and people of color and who better than Trump. He just jumped in with both feet. Now he is one upping the Dems virtue signaling but using poor American kids in Democrat districts. Trump is a genius!

  20. Mothy67 says:

    What a day

  21. Mothy67 says:


    They should have been shut down months ago and financial backers imprisoned. I bet this is why Trump mentioned them recently. Dims be stoopid.

    • lyn says:

      Violent white supremacy is OK when they do it, eh?

    • Constance says:

      El Paso is where the new “We Build The Wall” segment is located. It cut off 19 different smuggling trails. I hope the little Antifa babies are met with a full force and beat down and arrested.

  22. lyn says:

      • lateblum says:

        The message from SHarpton hasn’t changed. Whoever controls Obama controls Sharpton – still. But that same whoever does NOT control PDJT. And that is why PDJT will remain the object to be destroyed even after he leaves the WH.

  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Miranda says:

      i notice she doesn’t say ‘middle/working class’ won’t pay ‘anything’. They just won’t bear the ‘brunt’. Nice vague terms.

      Anyway, everyone would still have to pay, except of course, illegal immigrants, who can just sit back while benefits are piled at their feet.

      Personally, I don’t have anything against Wall Street or the 1%. I don’t expect them to foot my bills.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        What is she planning on doing when the wealthy move their money offshore? What is the constitutional enabling clause that would allow her to rob Peter to pay Paul’s medical insurance?

        Our system does not permit the government to arbitrarily take your property.without compensation.

  24. Dora says:

    Lock Her Up! And Her Lawyers Too!

  25. Mothy67 says:

    No need to know who is crossing our borders.

  26. Dora says:

    About that shootout.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Yeah I read the fatality was a gang banger. Like a 38 year old gang banger.?!?

      • lateblum says:

        In Chicago, the gangbangers can be as old as dirt. It is a deadly risk to try to leave a gang. If not for the gang member, then for his/her family members.

      • lateblum says:

        This past weekend 2 young leaders of *Mom’s Against Senseless Killing* were murdered while sitting on their porch. And now No One will come forward with info because “the gangs are back” in charge of this tiny neighborhood in Englewood. One of the deadliest neighborhoods in Chicago.
        *MASK* There’s a GoFundMe page raising $ as a reward leading to the capture of the shooters. And this aea is so poor they haven’t been able to raise even $5000.

  27. Dora says:

  28. Mothy67 says:

    You can manufacture guns at home?

    • SHV says:

      “You can manufacture guns at home?”
      The Feds take a dim view of manufacturing guns at home without proper Federal licenses; dim view as 10+ years in Fed prison and if it’s full auto, it’s a guaranteed trip to prison. However, you can build firearms at home for personal use, so called ghost guns, no serial numbers, back ground check or ATF record. Being slow and careful, takes me about 4 hours to finish machining an AR-15.


  29. Myiq2xu™ says:

    We’re gonna hafta put Alyssa on suicide watch when election day gets here.

  30. DeniseVB says:

    Alyssa should be more like a Scott Presler. Love this kid’s attitude. He’s inspiring, Alyssa’s a Debbie Downer and pretty much a worthless human being full of herself and no one else. This is a good article…….

  31. Dora says:

    OMG! Does she even know who he is?

  32. DeniseVB says:

    My idiot local newspaper ran this headline this morning with a type font so big, I thought Trump declared war on Russia. Too bad they’re overshadowing the historic significance of the Jamestown event today, the black caucus boycott stunt isn’t even worth a sentence. Feel free to leave a comment 😀

  33. Mothy67 says:

    Twice this morning I have seen twitters updated rules. How long until Angie and woke Lola have to be refollowed?

  34. Mothy67 says:


    • Somebody says:

      I can’t imagine the cost, but to be honest there are some parents that need them. I don’t know if such a diaper would have worked for my grandbabies when baby mama was around, but I would have paid whatever price they were especially if it has an obnoxious alarm or locks up your smart phone until the baby is changed. My grandbabies all had horrific diaper rashes, the oldest has scars. When the rashes got out of hand and became large gaping wounds the baby would be dropped off at my house to “take care of it”.

      Me personally, I’ve never needed such a thing, I change my kids pronto. I would have concerns about the sensors for my child, but as I said I would have purchased them for my grandbabies if they had been available. Bonus would be if I could track it too!

      I bought a baby bottle dispenser because baby mama was a worthless POS. You put a bottle under it, push a button and boom perfect formula at the perfect temp. It was so easy a 3 year old could operate it…….I know because that’s who made the bottles for her little sisters, when daddy wasn’t home. I made sure there was a large stock of clean bottles, once a week I’d go over and clean the machine and sterilize the bottles…….fun times, NOT! I wish I would have had it for the oldest, but I doubt the slug would have bothered to use it. Things were tough when the oldest was a baby, my son traveled weeks at the time, eventually it just became easier and better for the baby to just come stay with me when daddy was away.

      • lateblum says:

        Wow. That baby mama sounds like real scum. I hope those little ones aren’t scarred for life.
        They are so lucky to have you in their lives. I hope you are able to remind yourself when times are tough, that you likely saved their lives. You are a real hero, Somebody. 💟

  35. DeniseVB says:

    How do you really feel Paul ? LOL…..

    • Constance says:

      She is older than Harry and gained some poundage during that pregnancy. She can probably only produce 2 babies by age 40. Might as well make it sound like it was their decision.

    • Dora says:

      That was a beautiful ceremony and the only part the media covered was the removal of a heckler.

      They are worthless!

  36. Mothy67 says:

    I love dogs!

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  39. lyn says:

    LOL. It’s dangerous for the anti-Americans in our government.

  40. lyn says:

    Do Obama and see what Twitter does.

  41. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Elijah Cumstain looses his shit when Darrell Issa won’t let him make a speech at the hearing where that fine upstanding public servant Lois Lerner took the 5th.

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