Earlier today we reported that riot squads are now being promised in Murrieta California. If sources are accurate, those squads are supposed to be arriving today.
Now news is breaking that Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has gone door-to-door, to some 300 residences, to warn of what is coming to their neighborhood and to a school in Grand Prairie. He is making it clear that no one will be stopping buses without law enforcement stepping in.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins went door-to-door in the neighborhood surrounding the Lamar Alternative Education Center and told residents police plan an extensive presence to discourage protests.
Residents told CBS 11 News they are disturbed by the prospect of protests like the one at the Murrieta Border Patrol station in California.
"I live right here so I don't want to look out the back window and see people protesting every day," said Nathan Smith, who lives adjacent to the school.
Jenkins reassured residents the city will not tolerate a similar situation to the one in California where demonstrators blocked Homeland Security buses and demanded the federal government secure the border.
"As long as they make their statement in keeping with the law," Jenkins said. "This is America and everybody is entitled to an opinion. If they break the law or impede the care of these children, then we'll enforce the law."
Wake up America.
Clay Jenkins is just another useful idiot who is trying to intimidate locals into ignoring the law. None of these bleeding heart liberals is talking about the fact that it is not just kids who are entering, that they all entering illegally, that they are carrying diseases while not being properly screened, and that they are overloading the system in true Cloward-Piven
We should expect more from a judge.
Who is the real criminal here?
The people have a right to take matters into their own hands in the shadow of a tyrannical government and that is exactly what we are seeing in California.Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.