Murguía's piece concludes with a plea for the rest of the open borders lobby and amnesty advocates to continue to try to hold up deportation processes by the Trump Administration, writing "we're deploying every tool we've got to oppose this ill-conceived policy — in the media, in the courts and in peaceful protests in the streets."
To recap: when someone is killed with a gun, Democrats want to make them harder to get. When people die using heroin, Democrats want to make drugs easier to get. Any questions?
"Our function is something else and it's been made into something unnatural. We are doing things that don't correspond to our training because there's no one else to do them."
Mexico marks 10 years on Sunday since then president Felipe Calderon deployed for the first time thousands of troops to combat drug cartels.
Internal emails released by Wikileaks in recent weeks show that Clinton's own campaign think she "has been more forceful on guns/gun lobby than any other person who ever seriously ran for president" which has even caused some Democrats to "freak out."
The U.S. Justice Department says it has turned over to Congress a cache of additional documents related to the botched gun-smuggling operation known as Operation Fast and Furious.
The Obama administration had for the last four years refused to provide the documents to House Republicans, invoking a claim of executive privilege.
"Fast and Furious," which operated from 2009 to 2011, allowed drug cartel straw purchasers to smuggle thousands of weapons across the border into Mexico in an effort to trace where they ended up.
Will Republican Presidential candidates support NAFTA-style regulations to sell drugs through government despensaries run by the "big guys" as way to stop Global Warming and promote a sustainable lifestyle? It's for the children!
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