Several Violent Illegal Immigrant Gang Members Arrested in South Texas

 

EDINBURG, TX – Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol (RGV) agents arrest a Gulf Cartel (CDG) member, a Mara-Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang member, an illegal alien with a previous conviction for sexual assault of a minor, and another illegal with an extensive criminal history in New York. 

On Oct. 21, Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station (RGC) agents apprehended an illegal immigrant in Roma. Record checks on the Mexican national revealed he is a GDG gang member and was sentenced to 180 days (time served) in 2020 for an immigration related offense. He was subsequently removed from the United States. 

On Oct. 21, Brownsville Border Patrol Station agents apprehended a group of five illegal immigrants in Brownsville. Record checks on a Salvadoran national, revealed he is a MS-13 gang member with criminal and immigration history in the United States. 

On Oct. 22, McAllen Border Patrol Station (MCS) agents apprehended a group of six illegal immigrants south of Mission. Record checks on Humberto Garrido-Negrete, a Mexican national, revealed he was convicted of sexual assault of child in Conroe and was sentenced to two years confinement. He was later sentenced to 12 months confinement by an immigration judge and subsequently removed from the United States.

On Oct. 24, Falfurrias Border Patrol Station apprehended 10 illegal aliens after they fled from a vehicle that failed to yield near Falfurrias. Record checks on a Salvadoran national revealed he was apprehended by the DEA in Long Island, New York, and charged with Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) and accessory after the fact to assault with a dangerous weapon. In 2002, he was sentenced to 156 months and three years supervised release. He was subsequently removed from the United States. 

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CGM5, Tue, 10/26/2021 - 16:14

biden single handedly caused all this and now won't do what needs done to try and stop it. The fact that his approval rating is the lowest of any president in several decades isn't enough, he needs to be impeached.

You yourself even said this all started under trump, which would mean his policies were still in place and failed to prevent it. 

You just want to impeach Biden because you have hurt feelings over your savior trump being impeached TWICE. You can't just impeach out of spite, you have to have a crime.

Also, if you are saying Biden should be impeached, you are also acknowledging that he is the legal president of the US, better than some of the other republicans who claim he isn't actually president, good for you.

Removal requires two thirds vote. Impeachment is the formal charges. You really do no know what you are talking about do you?

Impeached twice, protected by his cult in like the criminals they are.

Same as all of the republicans voted against a January 6th commission, now all the information is coming out that they all planned it together. Hmmm.

You admit you were wrong about the two thirds part?

The Impeachment Process in a Nutshell

  1. The House Judiciary Committee deliberates over whether to initiate an impeachment inquiry.
  2. The Judiciary Committee adopts a resolution seeking authority from the entire House of Representatives to conduct an inquiry. Before voting, the House debates and considers the resolution. Approval requires a majority vote.
  3. The Judiciary Committee conducts an impeachment inquiry, possibly through public hearings. At the conclusion of the inquiry, articles of impeachment are prepared. They must be approved by a majority of the Committee.
  4. The House of Representatives considers and debates the articles of impeachment. A majority vote of the entire House is required to pass each article. Once an article is approved, the President is, technically speaking, "impeached" -- that is subject to trial in the Senate.
  5. The Senate holds trial on the articles of impeachment approved by the House. The Senate sits as a jury while the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the trial.
  6. At the conclusion of the trial, the Senate votes on whether to remove the President from office. A two-thirds vote by the Members present in the Senate is required for removal.
  7. If the President is removed, the Vice-President assumes the Presidency under the chain of succession established by Amendment XXV.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/impeachment

You are the one who is wrong. 

I know what they are. Charges come from the House requiring a straight majority vote. Conviction, on the other hand, requires two-thirds vote in the Senate. So like I said…charged twice but never convicted.

You are still wrong, you know it you are just sidestepping. Your caught, I gotcha once again.

So if someone was formally charged twice for crimes, no matter the outcome, you would let them babysit your children/grandchildren?

Stupid question. But since you brought it up…one person I know I WOUDN’T let babysit is Joe Biden especially if it involved pubescent girls ;)

Sidestepping, why are you scared to answer? Answer the question, if you refuse I will assume your answer is "NO".

My guess is impeachment charges, specifically having to do with Biden’s utter failure at our southern border, will no doubt be brought up once republicans take control of the House in the midterms.

Or could be that it’s not necessary at that point…the democrats will likely remove him from office per the 25th and install Kamala (the plan all along), or Biden will resign due to his failing health ;)

 

 

If someone was formally charged twice for crimes, no matter the outcome, you would let them babysit your children/grandchildren?

Assume whatever you want you’re a NOBODY.

Anyway…would love to chat, but unlike you, I have a life ;)

"Assume whatever you want you’re a NOBODY." -BLANC09

https://sanangelolive.com/comment/33930#comment-33930

My assumption was your answer was a "no", and you confirmed that.

SO, you wouldn't want somebody that was accused of crimes around your children or grandchildren, BUT you would want a person like that to be president and run the country? Says a lot about you and your parties cult mentality.

Also, when you resort to name calling and end the conversation abruptly, that is a win for ME.

I love this "let's go brandon" thing, just shows how scared republicans are to say what they really mean. What are you soo scared of? Big boy words?

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