One of the things that so many people do not understand about illegal aliens is the idea that they in so many respects have a get out of jail free card if they can manage to stay undercover.
For one thing, it’s nothing for an illegal alien who is working under an assumed name to burn that identity and get a new one with a stolen Social Security number.
Added to that, when they do commit a crime it adds a little bit of an extra sting due to the fact that they were not supposed to be there in the first place.
It is out and out sickening the way that liberals tend to want to coddle illegal aliens when they know full well that any single one of them could effectively go dark and pop up as a different person by next week if they wanted to.
Any kind of crime committed by an illegal alien carries a sting to it. However, when that crime is committed against someone who has given an oath to try and keep everyone safe that’s when it really cuts to the bone.
Via Daily Wire:
A full-scale manhunt is on in California after authorities say the suspect shot and killed a Newman Police Department corporal early Wednesday morning after being pulled over for drunk driving. Though some mainstream outlets are trying to hide the fact, authorities say the suspect is an illegal alien. President Trump, however, is making sure the public doesn’t miss that detail in the tragic and harrowing situation.
“There is right now a full scale manhunt going on in California for an illegal immigrant accused of shooting and killing a police officer during a traffic stop,” Trump tweeted Thursday. “Time to get tough on Border Security. Build the Wall!”
The suspect was pulled over around 1 a.m. Wednesday over suspected drunk driving by Cpl. Ronil Singh, 33. The suspect shot and killed Singh and fled the scene.
The Sacramento Bee — which makes no mention of the suspect’s illegal status in its headline (“On emotional day, search continues for suspect in death of Newman corporal”) and withholds that information until the seventh paragraph of its piece — reports that Stanislaus County detectives searched a farmhouse about a dozen miles south of Merced on Thursday afternoon, but did not find the suspect. The search, the paper reports, is one of several being conducted by authorities “on a day filled with urgency, emotion and politics from afar.”
“We will find him, we will arrest him and we will bring him to justice,” Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson said at a press conference Thursday. “He doesn’t belong here; he is a criminal,” he added.