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And we can expect more of this thanks to Bidens's open borders.


Caldwell, Idaho, is 37.5 percent Hispanic. This makes sense, as it’s obvious that a potato-growing region would prefer nonwhites who don’t kill over fries. Caldwell, population 63,000, is only 0.4 percent black—252 people total—all of whom currently reside in Canyon County Detention Center on fry-related charges (in the Hamburglar Ward).
Unfortunately, in a browner version of what’s happening in Des Moines, the high percentage of Hispanics in Caldwell has led to a dramatic rise in gang crimes.
Last week, Caldwell High held a “brown pride” event to stop gang violence, because apparently the school admins have heads that are literal potatoes. Following the festivities, the words “white power” were found graffitied on a school wall.
Who could’ve done it? Obviously Nazis, because Mexicans never graffiti anything. After throwing the town into a Nazi panic, cops reviewed the school’s security cameras: Turns out the “Nazis” were a bunch of Frida Kahlo unibrowns displaying their pride.
Caldwell police told Fox News that the graffiti was “a diversion tactic used by one of the Hispanic gangs in the area to avoid being caught by police.”
Yes, the cholos actually reasoned out that a “white power” scare would cause every cop in town to pull resources from all other investigations.
Maybe these immigrants aren’t on the ass-end of the taco bell curve after all.
And now Mexicans have started sneaking into Idaho from Canada. As the southern border clogs while illegals are forced to wait for the Biden administration to charter places to relocate them to the U.S. interior (“We have room for the people,” Alejandro Mayorkas told the AP, “but we’re having to rent Hercules craft to transport all that fentanyl”), warm-climate Mexis are braving subzero temps to cross into northern states.
Sadly, many of these frigid masses yearning to be freeze have perished, having no experience with such intense cold, leading to the border being littered with brown pridecicles of frozen frijoles.



 

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Which article and section, Captain Bullshit?
Since you asked so nicely...

"In addition, while the federal government can require or prohibit certain acts, they cannot force state and local governments to require or prohibit the same acts or force them to enforce federal law. One of the most basic tenets of federalism and the Tenth Amendment is that the federal government cannot commandeer states and cities by compelling them to actively enforce federal laws at their own expense. [7] Otherwise, the federal government could offload its constitutional and legal responsibilities onto state and local governments, and political accountability of local, state, and federal officials would be severely diminished. This principle has been upheld by the Supreme Court in cases such as Printz v. United States. [5] Clearly, then, state and local governments cannot be forced to enforce federal immigration law, meaning they can decide to allocate as few resources to this endeavor as they want, becoming sanctuaries for undocumented immigrants."


Here is Justice Scalias's majority in New York vs United States.

"The Framers explicitly chose a Constitution that confers upon Congress the power to regulate individuals, not States." Allowing the federal government to commandeer state officers in the implementation of federal law, Justice Scalia said, would blur lines of political accountability and dilute the Constitution's structure of dual sovereignty."

 

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Since you asked so nicely...

"In addition, while the federal government can require or prohibit certain acts, they cannot force state and local governments to require or prohibit the same acts or force them to enforce federal law. One of the most basic tenets of federalism and the Tenth Amendment is that the federal government cannot commandeer states and cities by compelling them to actively enforce federal laws at their own expense. [7] Otherwise, the federal government could offload its constitutional and legal responsibilities onto state and local governments, and political accountability of local, state, and federal officials would be severely diminished. This principle has been upheld by the Supreme Court in cases such as Printz v. United States. [5] Clearly, then, state and local governments cannot be forced to enforce federal immigration law, meaning they can decide to allocate as few resources to this endeavor as they want, becoming sanctuaries for undocumented immigrants."


Here is Justice Scalias's majority in New York vs United States.

"The Framers explicitly chose a Constitution that confers upon Congress the power to regulate individuals, not States." Allowing the federal government to commandeer state officers in the implementation of federal law, Justice Scalia said, would blur lines of political accountability and dilute the Constitution's structure of dual sovereignty."

Complete irrelevancy....Immigration isn't the pervue of the states, Captain Bullshit.
 

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Complete irrelevancy....Immigration isn't the pervue of the states, Captain Bullshit.
No shit Sherlock. That is why the federal government can't force state agencies to enforce federal laws.

Are you not able to understand the written word?

Did you not read what Scalia said?

Do you not understand how our constitution works?

Evidently you would rather flail then man up and admit your were wrong.
 

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No shit Sherlock. That is why the federal government can't force state agencies to enforce federal laws.

Are you not able to understand the written word?

Did you not read what Scalia said?

Do you not understand how our constitution works?

Evidently you would rather flail then man up and admit your were wrong.
They didn't have a problem enforcing drug laws, the federally mandated 55mph speed limit, forcing states to adopt seat belt laws and the .08 BAC level, among a slew of other mandates.

The 9th and 10th Amendments pertain to states providing even greater protection for liberties of citizens, not as an excuse to ignore federal jurisdiction.

As per usual, you liberoidals are totally full of shit.
 

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And we can expect more of this thanks to Bidens's open borders.


Caldwell, Idaho, is 37.5 percent Hispanic. This makes sense, as it’s obvious that a potato-growing region would prefer nonwhites who don’t kill over fries. Caldwell, population 63,000, is only 0.4 percent black—252 people total—all of whom currently reside in Canyon County Detention Center on fry-related charges (in the Hamburglar Ward).
Unfortunately, in a browner version of what’s happening in Des Moines, the high percentage of Hispanics in Caldwell has led to a dramatic rise in gang crimes.
Last week, Caldwell High held a “brown pride” event to stop gang violence, because apparently the school admins have heads that are literal potatoes. Following the festivities, the words “white power” were found graffitied on a school wall.
Who could’ve done it? Obviously Nazis, because Mexicans never graffiti anything. After throwing the town into a Nazi panic, cops reviewed the school’s security cameras: Turns out the “Nazis” were a bunch of Frida Kahlo unibrowns displaying their pride.
Caldwell police told Fox News that the graffiti was “a diversion tactic used by one of the Hispanic gangs in the area to avoid being caught by police.”
Yes, the cholos actually reasoned out that a “white power” scare would cause every cop in town to pull resources from all other investigations.
Maybe these immigrants aren’t on the ass-end of the taco bell curve after all.
And now Mexicans have started sneaking into Idaho from Canada. As the southern border clogs while illegals are forced to wait for the Biden administration to charter places to relocate them to the U.S. interior (“We have room for the people,” Alejandro Mayorkas told the AP, “but we’re having to rent Hercules craft to transport all that fentanyl”), warm-climate Mexis are braving subzero temps to cross into northern states.
Sadly, many of these frigid masses yearning to be freeze have perished, having no experience with such intense cold, leading to the border being littered with brown pridecicles of frozen frijoles.




Just think, if the companies were not paying them, they would not be there.
 

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They didn't have a problem enforcing drug laws, the federally mandated 55mph speed limit, forcing states to adopt seat belt laws and the .08 BAC level, among a slew of other mandates.

The 9th and 10th Amendments pertain to states providing even greater protection for liberties of citizens, not as an excuse to ignore federal jurisdiction.

As per usual, you liberoidals are totally full of shit.
Yes. They didn't have a problem with those laws but they do have a problem enforcing immigration laws so constitutionally they can tell the fed to fuck off.

So you think Scalia was wrong? That the fed should be able to step in and require state agencies to enforce federal laws?
 

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Since you asked so nicely...

"In addition, while the federal government can require or prohibit certain acts, they cannot force state and local governments to require or prohibit the same acts or force them to enforce federal law. One of the most basic tenets of federalism and the Tenth Amendment is that the federal government cannot commandeer states and cities by compelling them to actively enforce federal laws at their own expense. [7] Otherwise, the federal government could offload its constitutional and legal responsibilities onto state and local governments, and political accountability of local, state, and federal officials would be severely diminished. This principle has been upheld by the Supreme Court in cases such as Printz v. United States. [5] Clearly, then, state and local governments cannot be forced to enforce federal immigration law, meaning they can decide to allocate as few resources to this endeavor as they want, becoming sanctuaries for undocumented immigrants."


Here is Justice Scalias's majority in New York vs United States.

"The Framers explicitly chose a Constitution that confers upon Congress the power to regulate individuals, not States." Allowing the federal government to commandeer state officers in the implementation of federal law, Justice Scalia said, would blur lines of political accountability and dilute the Constitution's structure of dual sovereignty."

That’s not exactly support. That’s a passing of the buck to the states. However, when the state violates federal law, that is unconstitutional.
 
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Yes. They didn't have a problem with those laws but they do have a problem enforcing immigration laws so constitutionally they can tell the fed to fuck off.

So you think Scalia was wrong? That the fed should be able to step in and require state agencies to enforce federal laws?


Yet these states and municipalities expect the feds to foot the bill for their sanctuary people and to have them counted for purposes of enumeration so they can then steal seats in the House and maintain a level of political power they otherwise would have chipped away.
 

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That’s not exactly support. That’s a passing of the buck to the states. However, when the state violates federal law, that is unconstitutional.
Of course...but not letting state agencies support federal laws does not violate the constitution.
 

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