December 2, 2020

D.A. King in the Washington Times, Analysis/Opinion: Demographics, corporate funding and black-market labor in ‘Georgiafornia’

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Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) with their banner “Chinga La Migra” in Gwinnett County, GA circa 2020. Photo: GLAHR Twitter

Note, I have added educational links the below version of the Washington Times analysis.

Demographics, corporate funding and black-market labor in ‘Georgiafornia’


Ending local assistance in immigration enforcement will result in American family separation

By D.A. King

We hope Stephen Dinan’s recent report (Democratic wins in Georgia create more sanctuaries) on Democrats winning elections for sheriffs here in metro Atlanta’s Cobb and Gwinnet counties sees a follow-up in about a year’s time. We want the rest of the nation to see what we know is coming as a result of George Soros and corporate-Georgia’s funding of the anti-enforcement lobby’s thirteen-year push to end the 287(g) agreements in these county jails.

We know from sad experience that American citizens are going to be hurt or killed by individuals who have no legal right to be in the U.S. after they have been released from our jails.

According to DHS, Georgia is home to more illegal aliens than is Arizona. The Migration Policy Institute says we have more illegal aliens than Lawful Permanent Residents (green card holders) and that Gwinnett’s population is almost 8% of its total. Cobb County is not far behind.

Both of these counties are formerly solid Republican bastions that have gone blue “because of demographics.”

Illegal aliens who have been captured by arrests for additional crimes are currently detected using the authority the feds provide in the respective 287(g) programs and reported to ICE for further action – including removal to their home countries.

The victorious candidates for sheriffs ran on the pledge to end 287(g) because it was finding illegals that were ‘only’ charged with non-violent crimes. We hear immigration enforcement “breaks up families” was part of their stump speech.

After January 1, 2021, sanctuary will be the new protocol. An illegal alien arrested for driving without a drivers license or another “minor offense” will be put back on the streets of Georgia. It should be noted that by federal law, all illegal aliens are deportable.

Nobody asked metro-Atlanta resident Kathy Inman her views on the new illegal alien-friendly arrangement. Somebody should have. In 2000, Gonzalo Harrell-Gonzalez had multiple contacts with various local law enforcement agencies for traffic violations but despite being in the country illegally was released each time. On Father’s Day weekend that year, Mrs. Inman’s family was permanently separated when Harrell-Gonzalez’s speeding car crashed into the rear of Inman’s vehicle stopped at a red light. Sixteen year-old Dustin died instantly. His mom, Kathy, suffered permanent and severe brain injury that put her in a wheelchair for the rest of her life.

Because they were both in comas after the horrific crash, Dustin’s dad, Billy, now deceased, and Kathy Inman were unable to attend their only child’s funeral. This innocent and loving American family was permanently separated because an illegal alien was allowed into the U.S. and illegally given a job – and because local law enforcement did not detect or report his illegal immigration status to federal authorities. Harrell-Gonzalez escaped capture and is safe in Mexico.

Literally thousands of American families have suffered at the hands of illegal aliens who were released from custody by “progressive” law enforcement officers. But these families’ horror is quietly regarded as merely ‘the cost of doing business’.

Viewers outside ‘the Peach State’ should know that Georgia state government has long been a totally Republican-owned and operated affair that endlessly boasts of the status of “best state in which to do business.”

Many loyal Republican voters here are scratching their heads trying to comprehend how Democrats were able to find votes to elect sheriffs who promised to eliminate the use of a tool to rid their communities of illegals by ending the 287(g) enforcement programs.

The same corporate-funded, far-left groups that worked to attack law enforcement for using 287(g) with hate-filled race-baiting have proudly provided an answer: Between 2016 and 2020, Georgia’s number of Hispanic voters swelled by 72 percent according to analysis by the Democratic firm TargetSmart. They also boast that most of these new voters are young, first time voters.

So, in formerly solid GOP Georgia, where did much of the new votes come from to end 287(g) – and help elect a Democrat president?

The new voters are mostly the U.S.-born offspring of the illegals who have been allowed to provide the black-market labor the Establishment Republican officials count on to keep wages low and profits high. Simply put, “anchor babies” do not vote Republican. Who knew, right?

We have taken to referring to our new state as “Georgiafornia.”

 King is president of the Georgia-based Dustin Inman Society which is dedicated to immigration enforcement.











December 1, 2020

In which SCOTUS Justice Sonia Sotomayor uses the accurate term “illegal aliens” in official proceedings… again

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“The question that seems to be at the nub of what many of my colleagues are asking about is can and should we rule that simply not counting illegal aliens because they’re undocumented, that that is a violation of the statute and the Constitution?” Justice Sonia Sotomayor asked Dale Ho, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union who argued against the Trump plan. “Is that enough relief to you?”

The above from The Hill in this Nov 30, 2020 report on SCOTUS and President Trump’s pending case on the Census.

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Photo: Brittanica.



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