Those who actively speak out against illegal immigration know that the other side plays hard ball. Routinely, amnesty advocates slur their opponents and accuse them of racism or xenophobia. Other times, though, the most hard core issue death threats.
|No-nonsense Sheriff Richard K. Jones|
After Butler County Ohio Sheriff Richard K. Jones sent Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto an invoice covering the costs of jailing aliens, his life was threatened. The FBI informed Jones that Mexican drug cartel chiefs put Jones’ and two other local sheriffs’ names on a hit list. Undeterred, Jones also wrote to President Obama imploring him to secure the border and calling his neglect “a terrible, terrible tragedy.” Butler County doles out $8 to $10 million in welfare benefits monthly, part of which goes to subsidize aliens. The “free stuff,” as Jones calls it, is part of the reason aliens are lured to Butler Country.
While acknowledging that Ohio is “a long ways from the border,” Jones noted that on his trips to the Southwest he’s seen things that frighten him, namely how easy it is for terrorists to enter the U.S.
Said Jones: “They’re coming into the country; we don’t know who they are, they don’t have vaccinations, our jails are full, they’re hit and run. They are totally out of control and it has gotten worse just in the past 12 months.” Jones referred specifically to two Ohio cases, an elderly lady and an eight-year-old girl molested by Mexican aliens.
Butler County is another example of how President Obama’s refusal to protect the border or deport dangerous aliens puts innocent American citizens at risk and forces taxpayers to subsidize his folly.
Listen here to CAPS’ radio ad demanding that the White House put American interests ahead of illegal immigrants. Then, go to the CAPS’ Take Action page here to tell your House Representative to support HR 4882, the Southwest Border Protection Act of 2014, that would deploy 10,000 National Guard troops to the border at the state governor’s request.