Dem activist blames immigration checkpoint on Trump, and gets SCHOOLED immediately

This is what happens when a liberal Democrat ventures into flyover country – they blame pretty normal things on TRUMP, because he’s the worst Hitler in all of human history.

Did you know that Trump is personally manning immigration checkpoints in Texas??!?



Now, in point of fact, I think these are kinda dumb and have been the cause of harassment for regular American citizens, but that’s besides the point. I’ve driven through tons of these things in the interior of the U.S., they’re normal, and Trump didn’t invent them.

Even other liberals corrected the idiot:

Next week a liberal stubs his toe and screams “DAMN YOU TRUUMMP!!!”

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63 thoughts on “Dem activist blames immigration checkpoint on Trump, and gets SCHOOLED immediately

  1. Screaming that everything that they dislike is Trump’s fault is doing nothing but turning people off since they sound more like crazed idiots rather than sane watchdogs who see totalitarians everywhere but in their own mirror. They are persuading almost no one to their side because all they do is scream hysterical hyperbole like their hair is on fire. They don’t use any real reasoning or facts to try and persuade people to their point of view. They make purely emotional judgments and have hysterical reactions bordering on violent mania. Why in the world should we take their word about anything?

  2. Nothing I appreciate more than a car full of drugs or illegals being inspected at the San Onofre Border Patrol Check Point. If I had it my way the check point would be open all day every day. The men and women of our Border Patrol are getting a lot of unnecessary flack these days, all because the politicians don’t want to work with the President to secure our borders. This needs to stop.

    Our Border Patrol are NOT babysitters. They have a well defined job, it’s in their name, they need to be PATROLLING not taking care of illegal “family units” of which many are NOT. CONgress needs to step up and do their job and judges need to be reminded of what their job actually is. Otherwise, we’re done.

    CA supposedly has a housing crisis, there are more than 2 million illegals living in this state, and the Governor has a goal of 3.5 million housing units by 2025. Hmmm, are those units for American citizens? or illegals? I’d like to know, but he’s not responding to my request.

    I received this in an email this morning…it’s attributed to a young girl not sure if that is true…it’s worth reading and sharing.

    PUT ME IN CHARGE . .

    Put me in charge of food stamps no cash for Ding Dongs or Ho Ho’s, just money for 50-pound bags of rice and beans, blocks of cheese and all the powdered milk you can haul away. If you want steak and frozen pizza, then get a job.

    Put me in charge of Medicaid. Then, we’ll test recipients for drugs, alcohol, and nicotine. If you want to use drugs, alcohol, or smoke, then get a job.

    Put me in charge of government housing. Ever live in a military barracks? You will maintain our property in a clean and good state of repair. Your “home” will be subject to inspections anytime and possessions will be inventoried. If you want a plasma TV or Xbox 360, then get a job and your own place.

    In addition, you will either present a check stub from a job each week or you will report to a “government” job. It may be cleaning the roadways of trash, painting and repairing public housing, whatever we find for you. We will sell your 22-inch rims and low profile tires and your blasting stereo and speakers and put that money toward the “common good.”

    Before you write that I’ve violated someone’s rights, realize that all of the above is voluntary. If you want our money, accept our rules. Before you say that this would be “demeaning” and ruin their “self-esteem,” consider that it wasn’t that long ago that taking someone else’s money for doing absolutely nothing was demeaning and lowered self-esteem

    If we are expected to pay for other people’s mistakes we should at least attempt to make them learn from their bad choices The current system rewards them for continuing to make bad choices.

    I love this one…

    AND while you are on Gov’t subsistence, you no longer can VOTE! Yes, that is correct. For you to vote would be a conflict of interest. You will voluntarily remove yourself from voting while you are receiving a Gov’t welfare check. If you want to vote, then get a job.

    Isn’t it weird that in AMERICA our flag and our culture offend so many people….. but our benefits don’t? Strange how that works out.

  3. Is this the same Waleed Shahid, demonrat strategist, who lives in Phillie and lobbies in WADC? ❓ I doubt he has ever been south of the Mason-Dixon line!

  4. According to DriveWyze there are:
    428 fixed weigh stations
    33 frequently operational mobile inspection sites
    245 occasionally operational mobile inspection sites
    in the US and Canada.
    https://drivewyze.com/coverage-map/
    A lot fewer in Venezuela in case you are interested.

  5. I was born and have spent my entire life in The South. Checkpoints, staffed by local law enforcement, not the U.S. Border Patrol, have been a feature of that experience for as long as I can remember. Now that “immigration” has come to include those who not only enter the country illegally but seek to do her citizens great harm, both physically and financially, I’m surprised that I don’t see more of those staffed by the Border Patrol in addition to local law enforcement or acting under their own authority. But I don’t drive as much or range as far as I once did and I live more than 200 miles from the nearest border so that may account for why I’ve not see those Border Patrol agents.

    As a natural born citizen, however, I would welcome them and not only support their actions but applaud them provided they actually take action to rid the country of these illegal invaders.

    1. LOL, DUI and license check point are a regular feature in some parts of SC, NC and FL and have been for a long time. I didn’t even know it was all that controversial.

  6. It’s an inconvenience, NOT oppression. I don’t see the problem with checkpoints.

    To me, they make sense. Sort of a secondary filter or net against illegal aliens.

  7. People say it’s now a normalized part of life that makes many immigrants afraid of things like picking their kids up from school.

    Why? If they immigrated legally, they have nothing to worry about.

  8. Is this the same Waleed Shahid, demonrat strategist, who lives in Phillie and lobbies in WADC? ❓ I doubt he has ever been south of the Mason-Dixon line!

  9. There are valid reasons for these check points so far in from the border. I recall us discussing this a few years ago. Illegals are brought across the border then made to make their way to a meeting spot to be picked up. These internal check points were designed to catch the human traffickers, predominantly. I haven’t been through one in several years, but they don’t all have drug sniffing dogs, and some are mobile and change locations fairly often.

  10. According to DriveWyze there are:
    428 fixed weigh stations
    33 frequently operational mobile inspection sites
    245 occasionally operational mobile inspection sites
    in the US and Canada.
    https://drivewyze.com/coverage-map/
    A lot fewer in Venezuela in case you are interested.

  11. Nothing I appreciate more than a car full of drugs or illegals being inspected at the San Onofre Border Patrol Check Point. If I had it my way the check point would be open all day every day. The men and women of our Border Patrol are getting a lot of unnecessary flack these days, all because the politicians don’t want to work with the President to secure our borders. This needs to stop.

    Our Border Patrol are NOT babysitters. They have a well defined job, it’s in their name, they need to be PATROLLING not taking care of illegal “family units” of which many are NOT. CONgress needs to step up and do their job and judges need to be reminded of what their job actually is. Otherwise, we’re done.

    CA supposedly has a housing crisis, there are more than 2 million illegals living in this state, and the Governor has a goal of 3.5 million housing units by 2025. Hmmm, are those units for American citizens? or illegals? I’d like to know, but he’s not responding to my request.

    I received this in an email this morning…it’s attributed to a young girl not sure if that is true…it’s worth reading and sharing.

    PUT ME IN CHARGE . .

    Put me in charge of food stamps no cash for Ding Dongs or Ho Ho’s, just money for 50-pound bags of rice and beans, blocks of cheese and all the powdered milk you can haul away. If you want steak and frozen pizza, then get a job.

    Put me in charge of Medicaid. Then, we’ll test recipients for drugs, alcohol, and nicotine. If you want to use drugs, alcohol, or smoke, then get a job.

    Put me in charge of government housing. Ever live in a military barracks? You will maintain our property in a clean and good state of repair. Your “home” will be subject to inspections anytime and possessions will be inventoried. If you want a plasma TV or Xbox 360, then get a job and your own place.

    In addition, you will either present a check stub from a job each week or you will report to a “government” job. It may be cleaning the roadways of trash, painting and repairing public housing, whatever we find for you. We will sell your 22-inch rims and low profile tires and your blasting stereo and speakers and put that money toward the “common good.”

    Before you write that I’ve violated someone’s rights, realize that all of the above is voluntary. If you want our money, accept our rules. Before you say that this would be “demeaning” and ruin their “self-esteem,” consider that it wasn’t that long ago that taking someone else’s money for doing absolutely nothing was demeaning and lowered self-esteem

    If we are expected to pay for other people’s mistakes we should at least attempt to make them learn from their bad choices The current system rewards them for continuing to make bad choices.

    I love this one…

    AND while you are on Gov’t subsistence, you no longer can VOTE! Yes, that is correct. For you to vote would be a conflict of interest. You will voluntarily remove yourself from voting while you are receiving a Gov’t welfare check. If you want to vote, then get a job.

    Isn’t it weird that in AMERICA our flag and our culture offend so many people….. but our benefits don’t? Strange how that works out.

  12. People say it’s now a normalized part of life that makes many immigrants afraid of things like picking their kids up from school.

    Why? If they immigrated legally, they have nothing to worry about.

  13. There are valid reasons for these check points so far in from the border. I recall us discussing this a few years ago. Illegals are brought across the border then made to make their way to a meeting spot to be picked up. These internal check points were designed to catch the human traffickers, predominantly. I haven’t been through one in several years, but they don’t all have drug sniffing dogs, and some are mobile and change locations fairly often.

  14. I was born and have spent my entire life in The South. Checkpoints, staffed by local law enforcement, not the U.S. Border Patrol, have been a feature of that experience for as long as I can remember. Now that “immigration” has come to include those who not only enter the country illegally but seek to do her citizens great harm, both physically and financially, I’m surprised that I don’t see more of those staffed by the Border Patrol in addition to local law enforcement or acting under their own authority. But I don’t drive as much or range as far as I once did and I live more than 200 miles from the nearest border so that may account for why I’ve not see those Border Patrol agents.

    As a natural born citizen, however, I would welcome them and not only support their actions but applaud them provided they actually take action to rid the country of these illegal invaders.

    1. LOL, DUI and license check point are a regular feature in some parts of SC, NC and FL and have been for a long time. I didn’t even know it was all that controversial.

  15. It’s an inconvenience, NOT oppression. I don’t see the problem with checkpoints.

    To me, they make sense. Sort of a secondary filter or net against illegal aliens.

  16. If you don’t like “check points,” don’t become a truck driver. We have them at every state border and many inconvenient places in between. They’re called “weigh stations,” but we’re subject to inspection at any whim of the DOT. It’s all part of the freedom of the open road, doncha know.

  17. If Waleed Shahid is so upset, maybe he should himself a suicide vest. Isn’t how those people protest?

    1. @dr-strangelove It’s how they accelerate their chances of getting those seventy virgins. Premature detonation is the leading cause of death for middle eastern terrorists.

      1. I’ve had premature detonation a few times, but I never knew that it could be fatal!

  18. I lived for years near the border of Texas. So yes, for many years there were check-points about an hour north of the border. Many people are given a border-crossing visa that allows them to cross the border to shop or visit relatives, but they are not allowed further in and were supposed to return in a certain amount of time. Did people abuse this border-crossing card or did they just come in and never go back? They certainly did. For healthcare, even a simple cold, they would just go to the emergency room since they could not be turned away. Then they left and simply never paid the bill.

  19. Here is a landmark case decided by the SCOTUS that determined to legality of BP checkpoints.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v._Martinez-Fuerte

    The court ruled 7-2 that the internal checkpoints were not a violation of the Fourth Amendment. The court went on to say that it would be impracticable for the officers to seek warrants for every vehicle searched and that to do so would eliminate any deterrent towards smuggling and illegal immigration. The court felt that any intrusion to motorists was a minimal one and that the government and public interest outweighed the constitutional rights of the individual.[1]

    The court also ruled that the stops were Constitutional even if largely based on apparent Mexican ancestry:[2]

  20. Screaming that everything that they dislike is Trump’s fault is doing nothing but turning people off since they sound more like crazed idiots rather than sane watchdogs who see totalitarians everywhere but in their own mirror. They are persuading almost no one to their side because all they do is scream hysterical hyperbole like their hair is on fire. They don’t use any real reasoning or facts to try and persuade people to their point of view. They make purely emotional judgments and have hysterical reactions bordering on violent mania. Why in the world should we take their word about anything?

  21. I have put in a lot of hours at the Border Patrol checkpoint on I-19 we would operate near Nogales, AZ. Most people were in and out with in moments. We nabbed lots of aliens without documents, false documents, and imposters. Turned around many from Mexico with Border Crossing documents but not cleared to leave the immediate border area which back then was approximately 25 miles from the border.

  22. Been through them twice – two different trips. Texas, mid-1990s.
    This guy is an idiot and a sh*t stirrer. Case in point: “Waleed Shahid is an organizer and writer on race, inequality, and the Democratic Party.” I can’t stand these people.

    1. @squirrelly Since you have been through the checkpoints you are the perfect person to educate me. Can they only ask you if you’re a citizen or do they ask for proof?

      1. Idk. I’m white. 😆 They check driver’s license if I recall correctly. I wasn’t driving. They peer into the vehicle and eyeball anyone inside. May have asked where we’d been; what we were doing. They do ask questions. I think you’re correct in your other comment that they are looking for nervousness/suspiciousness.

        1. @squirrelly Lol, I kinda figure that they have to use the same procedures for everyone regardless of race. So if they basically just asked questions and looked at the drivers license I’d be willing to bet that’s exactly what they do with illegals as well.

          You have confirmed what I had suspected. Illegals would panic and give answers to questions they cannot answer. “Where did you come from?” If you don’t know everything in the area you’re effing screwed.

          Thanks for helping me come to a better understanding.

          1. I didn’t think I was much helpful but if you think so, that’s all that matters to me. I’m sure there is some degree of profiling. We were all clearly Americans. No foreign accents. I suppose we could’ve been Polish or German. I would think with us, it would’ve been a concern as to whether we had drugs we were moving or something.

            1. @squirrelly You pretty much confirmed my assumption that they don’t ask for papers that have anything to do with citizenship. Even illegals can get drivers licenses. They ask other questions that someone who just walked across the border wouldn’t be able to answer, or it may spook them into trying to run…which is a tip-off.

              Maybe they check whites as well to avoid being accused of profiling? Additionally, there are Americans that help illegals and even smuggle them in.

      2. @kong1967 Coming back from Tijuana, they asked me my citizenship and asked me to show ID.

        1. @dr-strangelove Quite a few states allow illegals to get drivers licenses, so that would only catch them if the illegal slipped up his questions. So at least I surmise.

            1. @dr-strangelove I don’t know, There are legal immigrants that can’t speak English either, but maybe that’s enough to trigger suspicion for the agents to dig deeper.

  23. I seem to recall that the courts determined that they cannot ask random Hispanics for their papers because it’s harassing citizens that have been here their whole lives. I actually agreed with that decision. Does that also apply to these checkpoints?

    If they can’t ask for proof and they can only ask the question, then the only purpose I can see of this is that maybe the illegals will instinctively run or act suspiciously to give themselves away.

    1. At a BP checkpoint all vehicles may be stopped for immigration checks. With reasonable suspicion of alienage (not necessarily illegal alienage) vehicles may be placed in secondary for further questioning.

      1. @kram-nivel Yes, but can they only ask questions or can they also ask for documentation if they have suspicion?

        1. Once it is determined that a person is an alien then yes we would ask for them to present their US issued immigration documents to substantiate their legal status in the US. All aliens 18 years or older are required by federal law to carry their Immigration documents with them at all times. And actually at a BP checkpoint only suspicion of alienage and not illegal alienage is enough to ask for their documents.

          The following below is always subject to the 4th amendment search and seizure laws and court rulings:

          (a) Powers without warrant
          Any officer or employee of the Service authorized under regulations prescribed by the Attorney General shall have power without warrant-
          (1) to interrogate any alien or person believed to be an alien as to his right to be or to remain in the United States;

          http://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?req=granuleid:USC-prelim-title8-section1357&num=0&edition=prelim

          1. @kram-nivel Got it. Thanks.

            I’m shocked that they don’t just yank brown people out of their cars and deport them if they can’t prove they are here legally or are citizens. I mean, you’d think that’s what we wanted to do if you listen to the left.

            1. Well actually my wife and kids are of Mexican decent. So I am glad we were not allowed to do that. In the area I worked there were about as many legal aliens of Mexican decent as there were US citizens. We only questioned those who we suspected to be here illegally with articulable facts to justify and support our fourth amendment detention of them. US citizens gave me more heartache than the aliens.

              1. @kram-nivel I totally agree with you.

                Just to be sure I didn’t give off the wrong impression, I was being sarcastic about how the left portrays us and the border patrol.

                1. @kong1967 Believe me I know you would never say anything hurtful like that and be serious. You seem like a very kind considerate person. No worries or explanation warranted whatsoever.

              2. @kram-nivel Yeah, I’ve been going down to the Dallas area a lot lately and a good portion of the Hispanics I meet speak unaccented English and are obviously assimilated.

                1. No doubt. We ran into that a lot on the border as well. Illegals being going to our schools on our dime since day one.

  24. Been through them twice – two different trips. Texas, mid-1990s.
    This guy is an idiot and a sh*t stirrer. Case in point: “Waleed Shahid is an organizer and writer on race, inequality, and the Democratic Party.” I can’t stand these people.

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