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Illegal Immigrant Arrested for Starting Massive Fire in Colorado
Rest easy, my little leftist pigeon droppings. At least this illegal immigrant is not a person of color. But he's nailed the banjo-playing, child-molesting creep left-swiped on dating platforms everywhere. Afer allegedly setting over 50,000 of Colorado's acres ablaze, he puts all the lotion on its skin. He probably has some saved, just for you, precious.
Joergensen was arrested without incident, but the sheriff's office did not provide further information about the circumstances of his arrest.
The investigation was led by the Costilla County Sheriff's Office with assistance from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI), state arson investigators, the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) and Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE).
There's really only one reason to loop in ICE for an investigation: the criminal at large shouldn't be in the United States. At all. Jesper hails from the socialist utopia of Denmark. Which isn't actually a socialist utopia. The left just insists its socialist, despite facts.
Perhaps if we'd vetted Jesper here, we would've known he had a penchant for playing with matches. In addition to holding a lifetime subscription to Delusional Weekly:
Joergensen has two active Facebook pages. The first boasts a single post from September 2012 — a graphic that reads, "You May Say I'm a Dreamer." On it, his home is listed as Colorado Springs. However, his second Facebook page, registered to "Jesper Hjulmann Jørgensen," identifies him as a resident of Fort Garland, and it was very active until recently.
The most recent post was shared on 3:23 a.m. on June 26, the day before the Spring Fire started. It reads: "'Someone' (ex GF) has been spreading a rumour about me — claiming that I've been poisoned to die (which I don't believe that I have been). I'm gonna go see a doctor this week and check for everything. If I have been poisoned, then I have been assassinated...and the only obvious suspect is my ex GF."
Accompanying this text is a photo of singer Alanis Morissette as she looked in the 1990s.
Well isn't that ironic. Don't you think?
When Donald Trump campaigned about illegal immigrants not being the finest folk to grace America with their presence, Jesper is a perfect example. America already has plenty of homegrown lunatics. Let's not import everyone else's as if they're aged cheese.