Illegal Mexican Jailed for Child Rape. After Being Deported NINETEEN Times...
By now we've heard our fair share of illegal immigrant horror stories (see Women Hit, Killed by Illegal Immigrant. Who Was Deported 8 Times... and National Security? Alleged Killer is Illegal Immigrant Deported 3 Times). You know, the ones where repeat offenders manage to cha-cha their way back over the border to commit even more crimes. Well, this one here takes the flan.
An illegal immigrant from Mexico decided to spend some time in Kansas, see the sights, do some raping. Upon his arrest, officials discovered he had been deported before. A piñata-whopping 19 times...
A Mexican man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl on a Greyhound bus that traveled through Kansas had been deported 10 times and voluntarily removed from the U.S. another nine times since 2003, records obtained by The Associated Press show.
Three U.S. Republican senators — including Kansas' Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts — demanded this month that the Department of Homeland Security provide immigration records for 38-year-old Tomas Martinez-Maldonado, who is charged with a felony in the alleged Sept. 27 attack aboard a bus in Geary County. He is being held in the Geary County jail in Junction City, which is about 120 miles west of Kansas City.
This is why some of us have a problem with illegal immigrants. They tend to give zero craps about the law (see Violent Illegal Immigrant Arrested AGAIN. Guess How Many Times He's Been Deported...). And by the way, deportation? Meh. Simply a speed bump on their tour of Los Estados Unidos.
I get a sneaking suspicion this guy won't be headlining at the DNC any time soon (see #DNC: Mother, Daughter Get Standing Ovation... For Being Illegal Immigrants?). When the left talks about open borders and helping poor immigrants down on their luck, they tend to ignore these types of sparkling sewer beasts.
One can't help but notice a bit of a pattern here. When it comes to un-vetted migrants, you get some good ones and you get some rapey ones. Consider it collateral damage.
Here's hoping 2017 brings some much needed changes to immigration and deportation policies. Because national security is a thing.