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Saturday, March 18, 2017

The La Raza Trail of Tears: GALVESTON COUNTY, Texas - A local man has been deported back to Mexico after he was pulled over for a broken tail light in Dickinson last week. Gerardo Martinez-Morales, 52, was deported to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico Friday evening

 


Mexican felon Gerardo Martinez-Morales, with two kids who also don't belong here
 

By A Texas Reader

La Raza Trail of Tears.

N.S.: “A broken tail light”? “A local man”?

Pulling a man from a protected group over for a broken tail light is what ruined Officer Michael Slager’s life. If President Trump had lost the election to Hillary Clinton, the policeman who pulled over Gerardo Martinez-Morales, and determined that his driver’s license had expired, might have skipped the whole business. After all, that's the sort of thing that Hamilton County, Ohio DA Joe Deters calls a "chicken crap" stop, and which he used as a pretext to destroy the life of a dedicated white policeman, Ray Tensing.

It’s impossible for an illegal alien from Mexico to be “a local man” in Galveston County, Texas. KHOU activist Adam Bennett is planting amnesty seeds in readers’ and viewers’ minds, trying to soften up Americans for the idea that they have no right to call anyone, at least any non-white, a foreigner.

Bennett also dishonestly repeats the fairy tale of Martinez-Morales’ lawyer, Raed Gonzales, without balancing it off with the truth, which is that because Martinez-Morales had previously been deported in 2004, and had illegally returned to American soil, he was a felon.

Thus, instead of Martinez-Morales being a wonderful “local man” and devoted father of four, and grandfather of three, as Bennett and Gonzales depict him, he’s just another Mexican criminal, who has imposed endless costs on white, American, net taxpayers.

Local man deported to Mexico one week after traffic stop
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GALVESTON COUNTY, Texas - A local man has been deported back to Mexico after he was pulled over for a broken tail light in Dickinson last week.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How was he able to get a drivers license? Texas allows this? I don't think so.

Broken tail light is enough to get a stop. Then an expired license.

And you can be more than that.