Jeff Sessions and his Putrid New Anti Immigrant Attack Memo

Jeff Sessions Calls Undocumented Immigrants as “filth” …..

I have come to feel like that sane person in the stereotypical old movie type insane asylum and incorrectly assumed insane, who became subject to an overage of electric shock treatments, day after day –  until my real sane brain quit and became the insane brain that it was not! That is how I am experiencing this Trump administration.  The shocks are delivered in the form of statements and actions that just – well – electrocute me!

Spicer delivered THE biggie yesterday  in the form of his Holocaust denial message. It sent me reeling- shot me out of the stretcher I was strapped to – and as I was catching my breath – BAM – another jolt – and this one from Jeff Sessions.

I thought I had prepared myself for what Sessions would serve up once in office.  I now sit in shock, nonetheless,  with the words of the late Senator Edward Kennedy resonating in terrifying reality:

“Mr. Sessions is a throwback to a shameful era which I know both black and white Americans thought was in our past.  It is inconceivable to me that a person of this attitude is qualified to be a U.S. attorney, let alone a U.S. Federal judge. He is, I believe, a disgrace to the Justice Department and he should withdraw his nomination and resign his position.”

Sessions is not a federal judge, but rather the attorney general of the United States, and he is pulling his xenophobia and bigotry into overt action and what follows goes ‘beyond the pale’:

Jeff Sessions has been known to be anti-immigrant long before Trump came along.  And when Sessions heard Trump’s dicta – the attraction was magnetic –  like fly to shit! He would be the perfect attorney general to instill a fascist policy and in the most barbaric of fashions:

Yesterday Sessions delivered prepared remarks at the U.S.-Mexico border, where he directed federal prosecutors to pursue harsher charges against undocumented immigrants who commit crimes, or repeatedly cross into the U.S. illegally. He certainly was not short on the rhetoric of the current landscape, continuing to fuel an anti immigrant fire:

“This is a new era. This is the Trump era.”

He warned, tapping into the despotism and fascist autocracy resonating from the Trump campaign rallies:

“We mean criminal organizations that turn cities and suburbs into war-zones, that rape and kill innocent citizens,”

And as if that was not bad enough he lobbed THIS missile:

“It is here, on this sliver of land, where we first take our stand against this filth.”

And as Gabe Ortiz notes:

Donald Trump kicked off his campaign by calling Mexican immigrants criminals and “rapists” and never took it back because that’s what he actually believes. So does Sessions, and now he is carrying it through.

No matter how much the Trump regime tries to spin the sunshiny smiles of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, it is Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, Steve Bannon, and Stephen Miller who represent what this administration really is at its core: white nationalism.

Perhaps this escapes Mr. Sessions, as he purports to herald THE TRUMP ERA: This has all been done before, unfortunately leading to what was termed the “Final Solution.”  The generalizing, the scapegoating, and the excuses to pave a way to rid the country of its newer ‘dark entrants,’  smacks of Hitler’s first assault. The fact is that Sessions is leading the troops toward an SS style human hunt.   One which will result in mass detentions.   Our justice system should not be targeting people through the immigration system. People should not be hunted based on their citizenry – or lack thereof – and crime arrests should be pursued in a normal course, and not based on the general scapegoated phenomenon as touted by liars – perpetuating myth with an infused dicta that all undocumented immigrants are criminals.

As can be seen the Sessions speech is setting the stage for what amounts to concentration camps:

An internal Department of Homeland Security assessment obtained by The Washington Post showing that the agency has already found 33,000 more beds to house undocumented immigrants in detention centers, opened discussions with dozens of local police forces that could be empowered with enforcement authority and identified where construction of Trump’s border wall could begin. The agency also is considering ways to speed up the hiring of hundreds of new Customs and Border Patrol officers, including ending polygraph and physical fitness tests in some cases, according to the documents.  And then this….

Getting beyond the rhetoric and looking at what Sessions is actually proposing, in  his words and as revealed in a Memorandum to all Federal Prosecutors:

Starting today, federal prosecutors are now required to consider for prosecution all of the following offenses:

  • The transportation or harboring of aliens. As you know too well, this is a booming business down here. No more. We are going to shut down and jail those who have been profiting off this lawlessness — people smuggling gang members across the border, helping convicted criminals re-enter this country and preying on those who don’t know how dangerous the journey can be.

  • Further, where an alien has unlawfully entered the country, which is a misdemeanor, that alien will now be charged with a felony if they unlawfully enter or attempt enter a second time and certain aggravating circumstances are present.

  • Also, aliens that illegally re-enter the country after prior removal will be referred for felony prosecution — and a priority will be given to such offenses, especially where indicators of gang affiliation, a risk to public safety or criminal history are present.

  • Fourth: where possible, prosecutors are directed to charge criminal aliens with document fraud and aggravated identity theft — the latter carrying a two-year mandatory minimum sentence.

  • Finally, and perhaps most importantly: I have directed that all 94 U.S. Attorneys Offices make the prosecution of assault on a federal law enforcement officer — that’s all of you — a top priority. If someone dares to assault one of our folks in the line of duty, they will do federal time for it.

I have yet to understand the terms of legality and constitutionality of this memorandum and its imposition by an overly empowered autocrat and am in the process of looking into this and how each aspect will impact all in our country and in particular immigrants and their families.

For now all I can say is this is a shock. A scary shock – and I for one am horrified.

THE ENTIRE SPEECH:

Remarks as prepared for delivery

Good morning, everyone. Let me start by thanking the brave men and women of Customs and Border Protection, who not only served as our gracious hosts today, but who put themselves in harm’s way each day to secure our borders and protect us.

Here, along our nation’s southwest border, is ground zero in this fight. Here, under the Arizona sun, ranchers work the land to make an honest living, and law-abiding citizens seek to provide for their families.

But it is also here, along this border, that transnational gangs like MS-13 and international cartels flood our country with drugs and leave death and violence in their wake. And it is here that criminal aliens and the coyotes and the document-forgers seek to overthrow our system of lawful immigration.

Let’s stop here for a minute. When we talk about MS-13 and the cartels, what do we mean? We mean criminal organizations that turn cities and suburbs into warzones, that rape and kill innocent citizens and who profit by smuggling poison and other human beings across our borders. Depravity and violence are their calling cards, including brutal machete attacks and beheadings.

It is here, on this sliver of land, where we first take our stand against this filth.

In this fight, I am here to tell you, the brave men and women of Customs and Border Protection: we hear you and we have your back. Under the President’s leadership and through his Executive Orders, we will secure this border and bring the full weight of both the immigration courts and federal criminal enforcement to combat this attack on our national security and sovereignty.

The President has made this a priority — and already we are seeing the results. From January to February of this year, illegal crossings dropped by 40 percent, which was unprecedented. Then, last month, we saw a 72 percent drop compared to the month before the President was inaugurated. That’s the lowest monthly figure for at least 17 years.

This is no accident. This is what happens when you have a President who understands the threat, who is not afraid to publically identify the threat and stand up to it, and who makes clear to law enforcement that the leadership of their country finally has their back. Together, we will drastically reduce the danger posed by criminal aliens, gang members and cartel henchmen.

To that end, the President and I want to do our best to arm you, and the prosecutors who partner with you, with more tools in your fight against criminal aliens. So today, I am pleased to stand here with you and announce new guidance regarding our commitment to criminal immigration enforcement. As we speak, I am issuing a document to all federal prosecutors that mandates the prioritization of such enforcement.

Starting today, federal prosecutors are now required to consider for prosecution all of the following offenses:

  • The transportation or harboring of aliens. As you know too well, this is a booming business down here. No more. We are going to shut down and jail those who have been profiting off this lawlessness — people smuggling gang members across the border, helping convicted criminals re-enter this country and preying on those who don’t know how dangerous the journey can be.
  • Further, where an alien has unlawfully entered the country, which is a misdemeanor, that alien will now be charged with a felony if they unlawfully enter or attempt enter a second time and certain aggravating circumstances are present.
  • Also, aliens that illegally re-enter the country after prior removal will be referred for felony prosecution — and a priority will be given to such offenses, especially where indicators of gang affiliation, a risk to public safety or criminal history are present.
  • Fourth: where possible, prosecutors are directed to charge criminal aliens with document fraud and aggravated identity theft — the latter carrying a two-year mandatory minimum sentence.
  • Finally, and perhaps most importantly: I have directed that all 94 U.S. Attorneys Offices make the prosecution of assault on a federal law enforcement officer — that’s all of you — a top priority. If someone dares to assault one of our folks in the line of duty, they will do federal time for it.

To ensure that these priorities are implemented, starting today, each U.S. Attorney’s Office, whether on the border or interior, will designate an Assistant United States Attorney as the Border Security Coordinator for their District. It will be this experienced prosecutor’s job to coordinate the criminal immigration enforcement response for their respective offices.

For those that continue to seek improper and illegal entry into this country, be forewarned: This is a new era. This is the Trump era. The lawlessness, the abdication of the duty to enforce our immigration laws and the catch and release practices of old are over.

In that vein, I am also pleased to announce a series of reforms regarding immigration judges to reduce the significant backlogs in our immigration courts.

Pursuant to the President’s executive order, we will now be detaining all adults who are apprehended at the border. To support this mission, we have already surged 25 immigration judges to detention centers along the border. I want to thank personally the judges who answered the call to help us with this new initiative.

In addition, we will put 50 more immigration judges on the bench this year and 75 next year. We can no longer afford to wait 18 to 24 months to get these new judges on the bench. So today, I have implemented a new, streamlined hiring plan. It requires just as much vetting as before, but reduces the timeline, reflecting the dire need to reduce the backlogs in our immigration courts.

With the President’s Executive Orders on Border Security, Transnational Criminal Organizations and Public Safety as our guideposts, we will execute a strategy that once again secures the border; apprehends and prosecutes those criminal aliens that threaten our public safety; takes the fight to gangs like MS-13 and Los Zetas; and makes dismantlement and destruction of the cartels a top priority. We will deploy a multifaceted approach in these efforts: we are going to interdict your drugs on the way in, your money on the way out, and investigate and prosecute your trafficking networks to the fullest extent of the law.

Why are we doing this? Because it is what the duly enacted laws of the United States require. I took an oath to protect this country from all enemies, foreign and domestic. How else can we look the parents and loved ones of Kate Steinle, Grant Ronnebeck and so many others in eye and say we are doing everything possible to prevent such tragedies from ever occurring again?

Let me finish where I started, by thanking you — the brave men and women in uniform who are at the front lines of this fight. I know we ask a tremendous amount from all of you, but know this: we have your back, and will do all we can to empower you and support you in your work.

God bless you and thank you.


2 thoughts on “Jeff Sessions and his Putrid New Anti Immigrant Attack Memo

    1. Glad you think that Holocaust denying anti semitic turd rocks… shows how loyal you are to your landsleit Mr. Rubenstein-

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