Officials & Race-based Organizations acting as Enemies of the State These people are fighting on behalf of non-enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.

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By Lynn Woolley

I don’t mean this ugly – but it occurs to me that some federal judges in Texas, state legislators, and some organizations are working in the best interests of Mexico and other countries south of the border – when they should be working on behalf of Texas and the United States.

The Hispanic and Latino American proportion of population in the United States in 2010 over laid with the Mexican–American border of 1836. (Wikipedia)

State Representative Victoria Neave who represents the Dallas area, announced that she is fasting to try and stop the Texas Sanctuary City bill. But the bill is intended to help enforce federal laws. She wants to aid and abet Mexico by circumventing those laws.

On redistricting and the photo-ID law, federal judges in San Antonio and Corpus Christie seem to be working for another country.

Federal Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos defies logic in her rulings that seem openly opposed to stopping voter fraud.

Organizations like the Mexican American Legal Defense Fund (MALDEF) are also working on behalf of Mexico.

State Representative Victoria Neave and Sanctiary Cities. 

Texas State Rep. Victoria Neave

I found it shocking to read in the Dallas Morning News that Rep. Neave is literally fasting because of the Sanctuary City bill. She is quoted by reporter Julieta Chiquillo saying the bill is not a good one:

“I want people to know how terrible this law is.”

But the bill would have saved the lives of at least two young women that we write about from time to time – Jenny Garcia of Austin who was raped and murdered by a previously deported illegal alien – and Amber Rice of Temple who was run over by a pickup driven by a drunken Mexican National.

Rep. Neave – please tell us how this life-saving bill is terrible!

The only answer is that it goes against the interests of the Texas Democrat Party – and those of Mexico.

A three-judge panel in San Antonio and gerrymandering.

Back in March, the panel of judges decided that some Texas Congressional districts were drawn specifically to weaken the voting power of Hispanics. The 166-page ruling was the latest in a racially charged case that dates back to 2011. The ruling – delivered in a whopping 166 pages – came on a two to one vote of the panel.

So two of the judges ruled that districts were drawn to dilute minority voting strength. The minorities in question would vote in massive numbers for Democrats, so this was really about diluting Democrat voting. So again, the interests of Democrats and countries south of the border that prefer their policies would be served.

Besides, the party in power always draws district lines that are favorable to its own interests. The Democrats did it when they were in power and would enthusiastically do it again if they regain that power. In the meantime, the San Antonio court doesn’t seem to be working for Texans.

Federal Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos

Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos and Photo-ID.

This Corpus Christie Federal Judge does not like the Texas Photo-ID law, even though it is a commonsense protection against voter fraud.

She is an Obama appointee who seems to be a left-wing activist – protecting the interests of Democrats and the country of Mexico.

When Harry Reid changed the rules in the Senate to allow Obama to stack the federal judiciary with liberal judges, this may have been the type of case the progressives had in mind.

The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and litigation.

This is a race-based, far left group that may have been sympathetic to the old “reconquista” movement. Nina Perales, the vice president of litigation for MALDEF is happy that left-wing courts keep ruling the way she wants them to. She points to three race-based victories in the courtroom including the rulings on congressional districts and photo-ID:

“It’s the third strike against Texas in a matter of weeks. [The laws have] been found not just to have discriminated as a side effect, but these are three decisions finding that Texas intentionally racially discriminated against minority voters.”

These legal outcomes are instructive if you’re wondering why the race-based Left goes to court all the time. Unable to win at the ballot box, they depend on liberal court rulings to stay in power. Obama gave them a lot of liberal courts to file their cases in.

The Mexican American Legislative Caucus and redistricting. 

Texas State Rep. Rafael Anchia

It’s hard to take a group like this seriously – except for the fact that they are able to use the courts for their legislative goals – namely to make Texas into a Democrat state again.

Rep. Rafael Anchia, the chair of the Caucus is calling for immediate redistricting. Why not? The left-wing courts would force the districts to be drawn for more minority victories – meaning more Democrat victories – and that’s what this is all about.

Enemies of the state? You decide.

Rep. Luiz Gutierrez, D-IL and Rep. John Carter, R-TX (Photo: Chron)

All this reminds me of U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Chicago who openly works for the interests of Mexico, and Jorge Ramos, a dual citizen who works as a broadcaster in the United States but advocates for the interests of Mexico.

These people are fighting on behalf of non-enforcement of U.S. immigration laws, and are using the courts to force the election of more Democrats.

The ultimate result, if they are successful, is that more states may be like California, which has been inexorably altered by massive immigration. Californians are now talking about CalExit – leaving the United States. Maybe they’ll rejoin Mexico. Maybe Texas will be next.

lynn@BeLogical.com

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