While no one likes snitches or what school aged kids call “narcs,” the fact is that America is sick and tired of illegal immigration and the fallout associated with it. Jobs vanish, pay diminishes, and crime goes through the roof in all so-called “sanctuary cities” and people are getting sick of it. Border agents are making a Motel 6 in Phoenix more American again with over 20 arrested.
Now, there is an uproar over the latest case of 33-year-old Manuel Rodriguez-Juarez who had a fight with a girlfriend and stayed at a Motel 6. When the clerk asked for his ID, the man handed over a Mexican identification card, the Pheonix News Times (PNT) reports.
Six hours later, a “tap, tap, tap” on the door alerted this illegal alien that he was being visited by ICE. Three agents showed up and were wanting to ask common sense questions such as, “Why did you not apply legally?”
“He’s currently being held at the immigration detention center in Florence,” the PNT tells us as his lawyer, Juan Rocha, is trying to get the man freed.
Sadly, the detention center is where he belongs until he takes the needed steps to be in America by legal means.
Not understanding that Americans are sick of catering to the undocumented, Rocha asked, “I’m thinking to myself, how would they know that? The client said he gave them a Mexican ID card but there’s people who visit the U.S. all the time who have Mexican IDs. How does that establish that you’re here without authorization?”
Notice how he tries to obfuscate the facts. If Juarez had possessed legal documentation, the ICE agents would have left. Therefore, it only matters that the criminal did not. The 4th Amendment does not apply to non-U.S. citizens or those illegally here while on American soil.
Trying to sound like Sherlock Holmes for putting two and two together, the lawyer also said, “I’m assuming it was a Motel 6 person — I don’t know who else would have told them — thinking, ‘Hey, this guy doesn’t speak English, he has a Mexican ID card, I’m going to call ICE.'”
The immigration agency is not saying who called and they confirm or deny nothing. However, if this is what Motel 6 is going to do in order to tighten these borders and get people to simply to apply legally, we are happy that they left the light on.
Source: The Phoenix New Times