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Open borders crowd retaliate against sponsor of Arizona's immigration Law!

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"In 1970, he became a deputy with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), serving for twenty-one years, until his retirement in 1991. During his time with the MCSO, he served in several different capacities, including with the SWAT team.

While on patrol one evening in July 1977, Pearce was shot in the chest when three suspects managed to wrestle his .357 revolver from him. Despite his wounds, Deputy Pearce shoved one of the assailants into his squad car and continued to pursue the other suspects. For his heroism he was awarded the Medal of Valor.

In 1991, Pearce became the Justice of the Peace at Maricopa County’s North Mesa Justice Court.

In 1993, Pearce returned to the MCSO as the Chief Deputy under Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Pearce then helped establish the world famous ‘tent city’ to house county inmates, saving taxpayers millions in jail expansion costs.

Pearce often told reporters: “Our soldiers live in tents, our boy scouts live in tents and they have done nothing wrong. I guess it’s ok for inmates to live in tents.”

Open borders crowd retaliate against sponsor of SB1070 with recall vote - National Immigration Reform | Examiner.com


Maricopa County GOP launches independent campaign to aid Sen. Russell Pearce.

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Maricopa County GOP launches independent campaign to aid Sen. Russell Pearce « Seeing Red AZ




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How about a truthful account without all the spin and hysteria.

The Arizona Supreme Court reviewed a challenge that the recall petition paperwork was inaccurate:

The justices held a closed-door conference on an appeal from a Pearce supporter who alleged that because of flawed paperwork, the recall drive did not amass enough valid voter signatures to force the recall election in the lawmaker’s district in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa.

The court found the recall petition to be constitutional, affirming an August decision by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Hugh Hegyi, said Jennifer Liewer, a court spokeswoman, in an interview.

Author of Arizona's illegal immigration law to face recall election - latimes.com

The petition has been reviewed by two courts, both finding nothing inappropriate. The voters will now decide.

There is no evidence the organization behind the recall is part of the ‘open borders crowd,’ whatever that’s supposed to be, nor is there any evidence of ‘retaliation.’

As residents of Arizona they have every right to start a recall petition, and having secured the required number of signatures the recall will proceed.
 

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It wouldn't have anything to do with the $37,000 in free trips and perks Pearce took from the Fiesta Bowl, would it?
 

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