Obama supports giving driver’s licenses to drunk driving illegal aliens who can’t read English road signs and who drive into the paths of oncoming trains


In September 2014, Huffington Post reported:

The Obama administration has urged a court to reject Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s appeal of a ruling that blocks the state from denying driver’s licenses to young immigrants who have avoided deportation under a change ordered by the president.

In November 2014, the Washington Examiner reported:

Drunk drivers, sex abusers, drug and gun offenders not top deportation priorities

The Department of Homeland Security has just released new “Policies for the Apprehension, Detention, and Removal of Undocumented Immigrants.” Designed to fill in the details after President Obama’s announcement that at least four million currently illegal immigrants will be given work permits, Social Security numbers and protection from deportation, the DHS guidelines are instructions for the nation’s immigration and border security officers as they administer the president’s directive.

The new priorities are striking. On the tough side, the president wants U.S. immigration authorities to go after terrorists, felons, and new illegal border crossers. On the not-so-tough side, the administration views convicted drunk drivers, sex abusers, drug dealers, and gun offenders as second-level enforcement priorities. An illegal immigrant could spend up to a year in prison for a violent crime and still not be a top removal priority for the Obama administration.

In February 2015, KPHO reported:

Border Patrol agents advised to release drunk drivers

PHOENIX (CBS5) – A training memo for federal agents who patrol Arizona advises them they are under no obligation to detain an alcohol impaired driver and they face no liability by allowing them to continue driving.

The memo was shared exclusively with CBS 5 News Friday night. It was circulated among Customs and Border Patrol agents who work Arizona’s Tucson sector. The memo gives agents three options of what they can do with a driver they suspect to be impaired:

* Do not detain them

* Detain the impaired individual at the request of a state or local law enforcement officer

* Detain the impaired individual without a request from a state or local law enforcement officer

The memo also explains the ramifications of each option and what liability the agent could face. Only in the “do not detain them” option would the agent be free from any liability.

In February 2015, Reuters reported:

Truck driver in California train crash had DUI conviction: L.A. Times

The truck driver arrested in a rail crash that injured 50 people in California had been cited for multiple driving violations in his home state of Arizona, including a 1998 conviction for driving under the influence, the Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday.

Jose Alejandro Sanchez-Ramirez, 54, was found walking and “in distress” more than a mile from the accident on Tuesday and was later taken into custody on suspicion of felony hit-and-run for leaving the scene, police said.

The crash in Oxnard, about 45 miles northwest of Los Angeles, flipped over three double-decker Metrolink rail cars and derailed two others. It tore apart the Ford pickup truck that Ramirez apparently abandoned on the tracks after making a wrong turn in the pre-dawn darkness.

Four people, including the operator of the Los Angeles-bound train, remained in critical condition overnight.

The Los Angeles Times said on Wednesday the truck driver had a history of vehicle infractions in Arizona, including pleading guilty in 1998 to violations including driving with a blood alcohol content above the state’s legal limit.

He also pleaded guilty to failure to obey a police officer, having liquor with a “minor on the premises” and having no insurance.

In 2004, Ramirez was convicted of a driving infraction in Yuma, Arizona and was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device in 2007, the newspaper said.

An attorney representing Ramirez, Ron Bamieh, scheduled a press conference for Thursday afternoon to discuss the case.

Bamieh told the Ventura County Star newspaper that Ramirez, who had been driving his employer’s truck, “tried to do all he could” to move the vehicle before the crash.

Bamieh said Ramirez ran for help following the impact but did not immediately call authorities because he was in shock and speaks only Spanish.

Although I haven’t been able to find any articles that specifically say Jose Alejandro Sanchez-Ramirez is an illegal alien, all the signs point to him being one. Even though he has been in the U.S. for at least 17 years, he does not speak English. Also, he drove without insurance. Any person who exhibits both of these characteristics is almost certainly an illegal alien.

Taking all of this information into account, I can only come to the following conclusion: Obama supports giving driver’s licenses to drunk driving illegal aliens who can’t read English road signs and who drive into the paths of oncoming trains.

 

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February 26, 2015. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , . Barack Obama, Immigration, Violent crime.

2 Comments

  1. happypappies replied:

    How can this be? And now we have a new Utility, Net Neutrality! 😉

  2. Constitution Believer replied:

    Lets see, Obama says they can have licenses even if they cannot read or write. Fine, than when one of the drunken bastards hits me hurts or kills a member of my family or destroys my property THEN I HAVE THE RIGHT TO SUE THE HELL OUT OF THAT SON OF A BITCH.
    God, I hate Obama.

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