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Y'all about to move to them liberal states tho? Washington doing big thangs. That PNW tho.

Seattle tho. Bout as liberal as it can get. They ain't fuckin with Trump doe
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Lol liberal cities are not where you want to be if the shit pops off, don't care about your political views but when this liberal protesting/rioting crap crosses the line finally they are not going to be on the winning side.

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IDK weed is legal in alot of majority liberal places and im not too much worried about race wars cuz thats not a thing thats gonna happen but me taking 5 blunts to the dome and eating hella honey bunches of oats while watching breaking bad is definitely something thats gonna happen

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This Is What It's Like When A Father Of 4 Is Detained By ICE While Dropping His Daughters Off At School
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Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez, an undocumented father of four U.S.-born children, has lived in this country for more than 20 years. On Tuesday, he was dropping his daughters off at school, as he does every morning. He and his wife had already dropped off their 12-year-old daughter and were headed to drop off her 13-year-old sister next when Avelica-Gonzalez was detained by immigration officials a block from his daughter's school in Highland Park.

"My dad always takes my little sisters to school," Jocelyn Avelica, Avelica-Gonzalez's 19-year-old daughter told LAist. Jocelyn, who was at work at the time, said that the car that detained her father had been following him since he had left his house that morning.

"My dad dropped off my first sister and then when he turned around, they turned on their light," Jocelyn said. "My dad was really scared. He didn't want to pull over, but he did. As soon as he did, one car went in front of his truck and one in back of his truck. They took him out and they arrested him. My little sister was still in the car, she's 13. My mom was also there." Avelica-Gonzalez's wife and 13-year-old daughter watched as ICE officials, wearing jackets that just said "POLICE," arrested him.


"If we allow this as a community to continue, then we create an environment where children are afraid to go to school, parents are afraid to drop their children off at school, and people are living in a culture of fear," Emi MacLean, an attorney with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) told LAist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYqtawNtsVg
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Boy C wrote:
Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:12 am
This Is What It's Like When A Father Of 4 Is Detained By ICE While Dropping His Daughters Off At School
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Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez, an undocumented father of four U.S.-born children, has lived in this country for more than 20 years. On Tuesday, he was dropping his daughters off at school, as he does every morning. He and his wife had already dropped off their 12-year-old daughter and were headed to drop off her 13-year-old sister next when Avelica-Gonzalez was detained by immigration officials a block from his daughter's school in Highland Park.

"My dad always takes my little sisters to school," Jocelyn Avelica, Avelica-Gonzalez's 19-year-old daughter told LAist. Jocelyn, who was at work at the time, said that the car that detained her father had been following him since he had left his house that morning.

"My dad dropped off my first sister and then when he turned around, they turned on their light," Jocelyn said. "My dad was really scared. He didn't want to pull over, but he did. As soon as he did, one car went in front of his truck and one in back of his truck. They took him out and they arrested him. My little sister was still in the car, she's 13. My mom was also there." Avelica-Gonzalez's wife and 13-year-old daughter watched as ICE officials, wearing jackets that just said "POLICE," arrested him.


"If we allow this as a community to continue, then we create an environment where children are afraid to go to school, parents are afraid to drop their children off at school, and people are living in a culture of fear," Emi MacLean, an attorney with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) told LAist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYqtawNtsVg
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jesus christ imagine if the rest of us didnt live in the basement at our mom's house we'd prob be just like boy c
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Boy C wrote:
Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:12 am
This Is What It's Like When A Father Of 4 Is Detained By ICE While Dropping His Daughters Off At School
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Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez, an undocumented father of four U.S.-born children, has lived in this country for more than 20 years. On Tuesday, he was dropping his daughters off at school, as he does every morning. He and his wife had already dropped off their 12-year-old daughter and were headed to drop off her 13-year-old sister next when Avelica-Gonzalez was detained by immigration officials a block from his daughter's school in Highland Park.

"My dad always takes my little sisters to school," Jocelyn Avelica, Avelica-Gonzalez's 19-year-old daughter told LAist. Jocelyn, who was at work at the time, said that the car that detained her father had been following him since he had left his house that morning.

"My dad dropped off my first sister and then when he turned around, they turned on their light," Jocelyn said. "My dad was really scared. He didn't want to pull over, but he did. As soon as he did, one car went in front of his truck and one in back of his truck. They took him out and they arrested him. My little sister was still in the car, she's 13. My mom was also there." Avelica-Gonzalez's wife and 13-year-old daughter watched as ICE officials, wearing jackets that just said "POLICE," arrested him.


"If we allow this as a community to continue, then we create an environment where children are afraid to go to school, parents are afraid to drop their children off at school, and people are living in a culture of fear," Emi MacLean, an attorney with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) told LAist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYqtawNtsVg

what a pathetic piece of shit. living here for 20 years and not even going through the correct process to live here. I hope he turns to dust in the mexican desert with his family
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what a pathetic piece of shit. living here for 20 years and not even going through the correct process to live here. I hope he turns to dust in the mexican desert with his family
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i mean he did have 20 years to turn the paperwork in

trumps just deporting all procrastinators
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Desperado wrote:
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Boy C wrote:
Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:12 am
This Is What It's Like When A Father Of 4 Is Detained By ICE While Dropping His Daughters Off At School
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Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez, an undocumented father of four U.S.-born children, has lived in this country for more than 20 years. On Tuesday, he was dropping his daughters off at school, as he does every morning. He and his wife had already dropped off their 12-year-old daughter and were headed to drop off her 13-year-old sister next when Avelica-Gonzalez was detained by immigration officials a block from his daughter's school in Highland Park.

"My dad always takes my little sisters to school," Jocelyn Avelica, Avelica-Gonzalez's 19-year-old daughter told LAist. Jocelyn, who was at work at the time, said that the car that detained her father had been following him since he had left his house that morning.

"My dad dropped off my first sister and then when he turned around, they turned on their light," Jocelyn said. "My dad was really scared. He didn't want to pull over, but he did. As soon as he did, one car went in front of his truck and one in back of his truck. They took him out and they arrested him. My little sister was still in the car, she's 13. My mom was also there." Avelica-Gonzalez's wife and 13-year-old daughter watched as ICE officials, wearing jackets that just said "POLICE," arrested him.


"If we allow this as a community to continue, then we create an environment where children are afraid to go to school, parents are afraid to drop their children off at school, and people are living in a culture of fear," Emi MacLean, an attorney with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) told LAist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYqtawNtsVg

what a pathetic piece of shit. living here for 20 years and not even going through the correct process to live here. I hope he turns to dust in the mexican desert with his family
the average IQ of a mexican is around 88
https://iq-research.info/en/page/averag ... /mx-mexico

so it obvious he's too dumb to figure out the process to become an American citizen.
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jesus christ imagine if the rest of us didnt live in the basement at our mom's house we'd prob be just like boy c
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This shit is fucked up though.

I've heard Obama deported people, but it was probably a routine thing. Trump is going hard on it. Whole different level.

Y'all boys who voted for Trump
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Y'all ready for that new Texas border wall tho. I'll start a thread for construction progress :(

[spoiler]it can't really happen, right?[/spoiler]
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This shit is fucked up though.

I've heard Obama deported people, but it was probably a routine thing. Trump is going hard on it. Whole different level.

Y'all boys who voted for Trump
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more people were deported under obama adminstration than any other
http://www.snopes.com/obama-deported-more-people/

just in the year 2014 over 300,000 people were deported
"In 2014, each of these factors affected ICE operations and
contributed to the number of ICE’s FY 2014 removals, which was 315,943, down from
368,644 in FY 2013. This report sets forth and analyzes ICE’s FY 2014 immigration
enforcement statistics"

https://www.ice.gov/doclib/about/office ... movals.pdf

what trump is doing is no different than obama. when obama was tearing families apart nobody cared. because... you know.. .the whole being a democrat thing

now get ready for trump to build dat wall

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jesus christ imagine if the rest of us didnt live in the basement at our mom's house we'd prob be just like boy c
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