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My article today is predicated on the Biden administration’s choice for the new Commission of Customs and Border Protection, Tucson Police Chief, Chris Magnus.
Many folks presume that chiefs of police are law enforcement officers. All too frequently chiefs of police are political appointees who come to quickly understand that the politician who hired them can just as easily and quickly, FIRE THEM! In order to keep their jobs they know that they must “Go along to get along!”
There are some notable exceptions and these brave men and women should be lauded and respected for their demonstration of honesty and integrity, however, in all too many instances, police chiefs become the “ventriloquists dummies” to the mayor, governors or other political leaders who gave them their jobs.
Magnus’ refusal to assist the Border Patrol as police chief of Tucson, the very same agency Biden plans to have him run, should immediately disqualify him to head up CBP.
My article today lays out just how important cooperation among law enforcement agencies is for national security, public safety, public health and the well being of Americans. It is my goal today to bring my 30 years of real world experience to bear to dispel the myths and lies about how community policing would supposedly be adversely impacted by having local police cooperate with immigration law enforcement authorities.
I hope my commentary provides you with a bit of “food for thought.”
Facts are indeed, “stubborn things!”
Please take the time to read my commentary in its entirety and check out the links to other articles and materials I included in my article.
Ignorance is not bliss. Knowledge is power, so my article provides some cold hard facts for you to consider and hopefully share with others.
If you like my article I ask that you make a point of posting it on FaceBook and other social media and forward this e-mail to as many folks as you can. It is important to dispel the lies and nonsense about the true nature and significance of effective immigration law enforcement in this particularly perilous era.
Being “Pro-Enforcement” is not “Anti-Immigrant.” Indeed, advocates for immigration anarchy are actually taking an “Anti-Immigrant” position by obfuscating the line that separates lawful immigrants from illegal aliens. To provide a bit of clarity, while we are indeed a “Nation of immigrants” America is not a nation of trespassers. The difference between an immigrant and an illegal alien is comparable to the difference between a houseguest and a burglar.