By: Diane Benjamin
Homeland Security has not issued a valid retainer for Jose Rodriguez. They knew when they sent one signed by an immigration officer instead of a judge it wasn’t valid in Illinois because former REPUBLICAN Governor Rauner signed the Trust Act.
I looked up who voted to make Illinois a sanctuary State, none of the local House or Senate members voted Yes. http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/votehistory.asp?DocNum=0031&DocTypeID=SB&LegID=98874&GAID=14&SessionID=91&GA=100&SpecSess=
With the Trust Act, who is going to be the next AMERICAN to die because illegal aliens are WELCOME? Maybe the YWCA, ACLU, Blm-Normal Democrat Socialists, or Illinois People’s Action can tell us how many loved ones need to be sacrificed.
Corey Cottrell won’t be the only victim.
Obviously Jose Rodriguez is one those people welcomed. He likely broke the law entering the country. He is accused of:
- driving without a license
- running a red light
- killing a father of 2
It seems he never bothered to learn much, if any, English in the 5 years he is reported to have lived here.
Legal immigrants come here to assimilate. Jose’s address is a mobile home. He is not listed as the owner – a guy named German Rodriguez owns it. Is he the source of the bail? It was paid in cash, I hope the State’s Attorney asked the judge for proof of the source. They can trace it to make sure it wasn’t from illegal activities. According to CarFax, the current owner has only owned the van for around 5 months. In that time more than 17,000 miles have been added.
David Paul Blumenshine has announced he will again run against Dan Brady for State rep.
It won’t be easy because as of March 31, 2019 Brady had $145,203.24. https://www.illinoissunshine.org/committees/7645/
Brady voted for many of the tax increases including the Motor Fuel Tax. Democrats didn’t need the votes of Republicans. The real problem – pensions – will continue to destroy the budget.
Springfield Republicans have done nothing to stem out migration, fix the pension crisis, or reform Medicaid. Dan Brady is in leadership. It’s hard to see that however since there isn’t any leading. Term Limits anyone? It’s called vote for someone who hasn’t been part of the problem approaching 2 decades.
Tonight at Bloomington Council:
In June several people spoke at public comment against a liquor license for the Park Pantry. https://blnnews.com/2019/06/18/bloomingtons-3-hour-meeting/
Tonight it is on the consent Agenda:
It will be interesting to see if the additional requirements listed above will be enough to make them happy. It won’t be discussed unless an alderman pulls it from the Consent Agenda.
h/t a reader
Normal passed an ordinance making recycling mandatory at multifamily dwellings. The costs go up for landlords, so does the rent. Government prevents affordable housing.
This pic is how one location is complying. The bin will either fill up quickly and recyclables will end up on the ground, or they will be tossed in garbage anyway:
According to this article a lot of it ends up in the landfill, cities across the country are abandoning recycling:
Normal abandoned it when they quit paying the cost for drop off locations.
Common sense anyone?
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