Arpaio Goes Down!

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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No problem. Trump can hire the ex sheriff to set up camp along the border. And police all the immigrants getting deported. Or all the celebrities leaving the country in mass exodus!
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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What happened to Hillary? Got any polls?:boobies:
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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That's OK, now he's free to become the director of ICE.
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Joe is 84 and that most likely had a lot to do with. Most of the rest of the crap you mention was pushed by those who want no border security like yourself.
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Who knows, maybe he has some place in trumps cabinet...
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Did he take your place as the go down queen?
 
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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Joe is 84 and that most likely had a lot to do with. Most of the rest of the crap you mention was pushed by those who want no border security like yourself.
Really? Last I heard there were about 20,000 Border Patrol Agents.
 

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It only took George Soros $5 million dollars to sway an American election. His turn is coming. Soros won't be meddling in American elections after Trump gets a few laws changed. Instead the rancid old world criminal from hell can go fuck himself and die, while Sheriff Joe probably gets a cushy job in the Trump administration, and Phoenix will get it's federal money cut off if the new open border dem thinks he's going to turn it into a sanctuary city.
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Don't worry about Joe, he will have a position on the federal level now.:wink:
 

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Joe is 84 and that most likely had a lot to do with. Most of the rest of the crap you mention was pushed by those who want no border security like yourself.
Nope! Arpaio got fired yesterday because he wasn't taking care of the business of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office AND for facing pending Federal criminal contempt charges. He turned into a fascist Brown Shirt thinking his job included authorities outside and beyond of those granted by his commission as JUST a County Sheriff. He did get his Dec 6th trial day put off until later though, so he could put a defense together, as if the time he's already had wasn't enough. Perhaps he's suddenly taken the time to ensure those 40,000 warrants he hasn't found time to have his deputies serve!
 

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Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, an anti-immigration crusader who called himself “America’s toughest sheriff,” is out.

Arpaio, a Republican, lost his re-election to Democrat Paul Penzone on Tuesday, booting him from a job he’s held since 1993.

Until Tuesday, voters of Maricopa County had stuck with Arpaio through scandals and investigations that included allegations of racially profiling Latinos, mishandling sex-abuse investigations, mistreating prisoners and questioning President Barack Obama’s birthplace.

But the 2016 race proved different, with Arpaio facing a criminal contempt charge, an expensive lawsuit and determined opposition from a group focused on motivating the county’s substantial Latino population.

Arpaio’s political demise came just two weeks after he was charged with criminal contempt of court for violating a judge’s 2011 order to quit conducting immigration raids. Arpaio has said he will fight the charge, and a judge set a court date for December.

Arpaio is most famous for his hawkish approach to undocumented immigrants, his birtherism and his so-called tent city jails, where he kept inmates outside in the heat and forced them to wear pink underwear.

His actions came at a high cost to taxpayers. By next summer, the cost of defending Arpaio and the sheriff’s office in the racial profiling lawsuit is projected to hit $72 million, according to The Associated Press.

Arpaio was applauded by many conservatives ― including Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But his hard-line actions made him reviled locally and nationally, especially by immigrant rights activists and groups representing Latinos.

Maricopa County, like the rest of the state, has a substantial Latino population, and organizers worked hard to get more voters to the polls this year. About 30 percent of the Maricopa County population is Hispanic or Latino, according to 2015 census figures.

More: 'America's Toughest Sheriff' Joe Arpaio Loses After 2 Controversial Decades | Huffington Post

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Joe is 84 and that most likely had a lot to do with. Most of the rest of the crap you mention was pushed by those who want no border security like yourself.
Really? Last I heard there were about 20,000 Border Patrol Agents.
Yeah if Obama would station them on the border they could do their jobs.
 

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Did dark fury rush over an blow joe to console him?
 

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