Mexicans Vow To Fight Trump By "Jamming US Courts" As Deportations Set To Surge

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While much of the media airtime in the past few weeks has been dedicated to Trump's ongoing legal battle with the US judicial system over his now halted immigration order temporarily blocking the entry of refugees and travelers from seven nations, a separate push to remove illegal immigrant from the US has quietly - or not so quietly - commenced in recent days, resulting in a deeply concerned, at times violent, response by some of the millions of illegal aliens residing in the US.

Some recent cases documented by the NYT include an Austin, Tex., undocumented women working in a laundromat, a day laborer and mechanic in Staten Island, and Savannah, Ga., undocumented restaurant workers. As the Times put it, "as reports of immigration raids and roundups have rocketed across Twitter, Facebook and texts around the country, undocumented immigrants, their lawyers and advocacy groups are bracing for the increased enforcement that President Trump has called for."

Overnight this sudden start in deportation activity prompted the Mexican government to urge its citizens living in the US to “keep in touch with its nearest consulate” and to make emergency contingency plans the day after at least one mother was deported, following President Donald Trump’s executive order. In a statement released Friday, the Mexican Foreign Ministry said that the country’s consulates in the US have “intensified their work” to protect fellow nationals, and are anticipating “more severe immigration measures to be implemented by the authorities of this country, and possible violations to constitutional precepts during such operations and problems with due process,” according to a CNN translation.

The announcement was released one day after Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos became one of the first people to be prominently deported under Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. Garcia de Rayos, a 36-year-old mother of two US citizens, had lived in the US for the past 20 years. She was detained after going in for a routine check at the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office in Phoenix.

Trump has promised to crack down on any illegal immigrants with criminal records, and Garcia de Rayos was a convicted felon. García was convicted of identity theft, a felony, to which she pled guilty after being arrested in 2009 with a false social security card, but had been checking in with immigration agents every six months and  was allowed to stay in the country under an Obama administration policy that gave leniency to undocumented migrants who had entered the US as children. This week, when she reported to their Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Phoenix, she was detained and, after hours of protests by demonstrators, deported to Mexico.

A van bearing Mexican migrant Guadalupe García is stopped by protesters
outside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility

ICE has since confirmed Garcia de Rayos’ deportation to Mexico, noting that her felony conviction was reviewed by “multiple levels of the immigration court system” before it was determined that she did not have “a legal basis to remain in the US.”

“ICE will continue to focus on identifying and removing individuals with felony convictions who have final orders of removal issued by the nation’s immigration courts,” ICE spokeswoman Yasmeen Pitts O'Keefe said in a statement, according to the Associated Press.

Meanwhile, protesters gathered outside the immigration office in the hopes of preventing Garcia de Rayos’ deportation, with one demonstrator going as far as chaining himself to the transport van.

In a statement by the Mexican Consulate General in Nogales, Arizona, was also present for Garcia de Rayos’ deportation to ensure it was conducted in a "dignified and safe" manner. “The case involving Mrs. Garcia de Rayos illustrates a new reality for the Mexican community living in the United States, facing the most severe implementation of immigration control measures,” the statement says. "For this reason, the entire Mexican community is invited to take precautions and keep contact with its closest consulates to receive the necessary help to face this type of situation."

Mexico’s government recently allocated some $50 million to assist undocumented migrants facing deportation, and President Enrique Peña Nieto has instructed the country’s 50 consulates in the U.S. to defend migrants Luis Videgaray, the Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary, said that Mexico was “going to focus the money on one fundamental objective, which is the defense of the rights of Mexicans. This means legal advice, informational campaigns, the hiring of lawyers where it is necessary,” according to the Washington Post.

Rayos was just the beginning.

As Reuters wrote overnight, federal immigration agents arrested hundreds of undocumented immigrants in at least four states this week in what officials on Friday called routine enforcement actions. The enforcement actions took place in Atlanta, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and surrounding areas, said David Marin, director of enforcement and removal for the Los Angeles field office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

"The fear coursing through immigrant homes and the native-born Americans who love immigrants as friends and family is palpable," Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, said in a statement. "Reports of raids in immigrant communities are a grave concern."

The agency did not release a total number of detainees. The Atlanta office, which covers three states, arrested 200 people, Bryan Cox, a spokesman for the office, said. The 161 arrests in the Los Angeles area were made in a region that included seven highly populated counties, Marin said.

Marin called the five-day operation an "enforcement surge."

Mexico’s Foreign Ministry said late Thursday it has intensified efforts to protect Mexican migrants, “foreseeing the hardening of measures by immigration authorities in the U.S., as well as possible constitutional violations during raids or in due process.”

In a separate, and more concerning strategy meant to fight Trump's deportation order, the WSJ reports that influential Mexicans are pushing "an aggressive and perhaps risky strategy to fight a likely increase in deportations of their undocumented compatriots in the U.S.: jam U.S. immigration courts in hopes of causing the already overburdened system to break down." The proposal calls for ad campaigns advising migrants in the U.S. to take their cases to court and fight deportation if detained. “The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda. The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.

While concerns over who will pay for Trump's border wall - which prompted the Mexican president to cancel a scheduled meeting with Donald Trump - have moderated in recent weeks, the issue of stepped-up deportations is moving to the forefront in bilateral relations that have fractured since Donald Trump’s inauguration. Trump’s plans to deport undocumented Mexicans, renegotiate the countries’ free-trade deal, and build a border wall at Mexico’s expense have sparked a nationalist backlash south of the border.

It remains to be seen if some District US Court, perhaps in Seattle under the auspices of the 9th Circuit, will file another legal challenge to this aspect of Trump's immigration order.

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Whoa Dammit's picture

I heard a few days ago on the local news that the City of Atlanta Police rounded up so many illegals  they ran out of handcuffs.

knotjammin2's picture

Yep!! Then we started grinding up the rest and selling them to Taco Bell.  Taste like chicken.

Looney's picture


The Deportation Motto – “No Illegal Left Behind!”   ;-)


petar's picture

Those angry old country men thinking that they own the country.

D Nyle's picture

 Velvet Elvis paintings will become rare

stizazz's picture

It's America's values that will become rare. America is being Israelized by Trump.

Escrava Isaura's picture

Dolph: When I speak about race I am merely mentioning the unmentionable, and tying it in with collapse.
Here in the United States, for example, we are already seeing more white Americans coalescing around their favored tropes (corporatism, white American men rule the world, etc.) as a result to decline, influx of competitive immigrants, and the fact that they just can’t put blacks down anymore. White Americans reliably side with the devil they know, their corporate masters, rather than outsiders. They really do think a billionaire real estate man is going to deport immigrants and bring back jobs which will make them all rich like him!

There are simply no words for such widespread delusion.

Moreover, anyone with two eyes can see how financially and culturally successful the hebrews have become, and history does show that no society survives such concentration of hebraic power.

What’s my point? My point is that race is a part of collapse. Even forgetting energy for a moment, all of the elements for internal race and class struggle are already present in the United States. Peak oil is just the fuse.


Déjà view's picture

Long corn products of Mexican manufactures...Mexican market does not have enough supply for those 12m illegal returnees...

LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD's picture
LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD (not verified) Déjà view Feb 11, 2017 11:01 AM

Sheeeeeeeyit...  You mean I might have to pay a white guy to mow my lawn?  Too much!

Manthong's picture

How about a white teenager?

Ah, the good old days...

But once Trump gets the new EO out and negates the tinhorn leftist judges, all the left has remaining is violence.

But WTF, at least we have the Feds, the military and most of the police on our side.

We got that going for us.


DosZap's picture

LOL,we have a hell of a lot more than that going for us.

Americans armed are 10,000x's(tons of crackas) as many as all the rest combined.

Shocker's picture

What part of the word Illegal , do we not understand.

We need to turn this country around, and get back on the right path

More of this -


fleur de lis's picture

The current immigration policy has to be completely revamped.

The whole reason for the rayciss drama and lies about diversity and multiculturalism is that ethnically diverse societies are non-cohesive.

That's what this is all about.

Notice how quickly the Mexicans spring into action when they sense that their illegal entitlements might get cut off.

That is a perfect example of socio-cultural cohesion.

However the illegals are too dumb to recognize that they are on the wrong side of the law so they were at risk all along, even when they and their supporters deluded themselves into thinking that their presence alone entitled them to all kinds of perks.

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos is a poster child for Mexican stupidity.

She knew she was here illegally, had children thinking that their existence would secure her place, and probably would have gotten away with it if she had more or less stopped there and stayed off the radar.

But she didn't.

She broke the cardinal rule of all career criminals -- knowing when to stop.

So contemptuous was she of American laws, and overconfident of getting away with criminal behavior, that she decided to tempt Fate by ramping things up a notch or two and started to play with voting, thereby putting herself on the radar.

Thus she taught her two brats that they could do anything they wanted, and the gringos owed them everything anyway, and the police could never touch them.

Her stupidity and arrogance got the better of her, which is how many criminals are caught.

When she was found to have dabbled into identity fraud and illegal voting, she insolently told off the authorities that she had voted in other places as well.

She was so astonishingly stupid that she thought that her multiple illegal voting proved her entitlements.

She really fixed them, didn't she.

Boba Mexicana should have stayed away from the voting system and just contented herself with welfare checks and benefits that she really did not deserve.

She should have been happy enough to know that she was ripping off Americans to live where she wanted with her entitlement-minded brats.

But it's never enough.

They are lawless pests.

Bad as it is that she has been deported without her children she deserved it.

They should have sent her children with her.

They are only here through the generosity of the American people, and thus far they have brought us nothing but trouble.

Guadalupe should have been picked up and deported 20 years ago but the same idiots were twisting the laws to allow for lawbreakers to stay.

They should all be sent back quietly by the thousands the way Obama did.

No point now in discussing what is lawful and what is not -- there are too many lawmakers who have no respect for the law.



FireBrander's picture

Deportations During the OBAMA Regime:


2009: 387,000

2010: 400,000

2011: 368,712

2012: 415,362

2013: 438,421

2014: 414,481

2015: 462,463 >>>> 8,869 PER WEEK!

2016: ?


Total without 2016 data = 2,886,439 deportations.

Assume 400k in 2016 = ~3,286,439 during the Obama years...where was the outrage?

55% of those were convicted felons! That's 1,807,541 felons off our streets and out of our jails! And people are "protesting" this? Geesh!


PS> The Bush Regime sent home 2,187,000...OBAMA STEPPED UP DEPORTATIONS BY 50% OVER BUSH! Where were the protestors? WHere was the MSM? Where was the outrage?

Kayman's picture

Like all government statistics it is another lie.  If you were turned around at the Mexican border, Obama counted you as deported.

xythras's picture
xythras (not verified) Kayman Feb 11, 2017 4:47 PM



A Mexican National Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Voter Fraud in Texas

Next election Trump will have 100%, no voter fraud

Manthong's picture

"Americans armed are 10,000x's(tons of crackas) as many as all the rest combined."

Some people have the secret distinction of knowing they would scare the living begeezus out of their neighbors if they had any idea of the firepower they were living next to.

methink74's picture

On my street it's more of a "I have more than you, naner naner "thing. The kid up the street got me a great deal on body armor w/plates.

greenskeeper carl's picture

Ya plates are a good thing to have, the way this is going. I have a set for me and my wife. I haven't gotten to the point where I keep them in my truck just yet, because I haven't seen any of this nonsense pop up near me, but if it does i probably will.

WileyCoyote's picture

Fire brander - I don't trust those stats as they include border turnarounds.

Ex-Oligarch's picture

At some point it is going to dawn on the left-leaning members of the federal judiciary that removing the executive branch's discretion over immigration matters and extending rights of judicial review to non-citizens is going to create a massive drain on the courts' time and resources. 

Federal judges are always whining about how their calendars are overloaded and how they don't have enough resources and need more funding.

No matter how much posturing may be going on now, most federal judges will not want this new burden. 

cheka's picture

obomba monkeyed with the numbers - adding 'turnarounds' (denied entry) to his/her totals

this claim has been debunked a long time ago. nice try.

MaxThrust's picture

Great post, thanks for the information.

Save_America1st's picture

this is just paperwork to make lawyers more money.  None of this shit will clog up the courts because none of it will ever be allowed to go in front of a judge for more than 2 minutes, if at all, and then will be thrown out over and over again.  Big deal.  Fuck off to all illegal invader aliens and to all the treasonous scumbags who are supporting illegal invasion.  Be gone, bitchez. 

Dancing Disraeli's picture

Whoever downvoted this-- Go fuck yourself.

greenskeeper carl's picture

Maybe by clogging and shutting down the immigration courts, they will just make everyone realize they are unneccessary to begin with. You are here illegally, get deported, no trial needed. I don't see any reason why anyone needs a hearing, regardless of your situation, you snuck into the country in violation of our laws. If you break our laws, you get sent home. End of story.

The Gun Is Good's picture

Two words, my illegal friends: "extrajudicial" and "detention camps."


Those camps were made fer cloggin'....

LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD's picture
LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD (not verified) Manthong Feb 11, 2017 12:21 PM

Yeah, I started a lawn business when I was 13 years old.  And, yeah, I am evil whitey.  I was rolling in money as a 16 year old (relative to other 16 year olds, of course).  I even had a friend working for me as well as a riding lawn mower to do the larger jobs (a couple of churches).  I guess I wasn't "educated" well enough to understand that I was a special snowflake who was above that kind of work.  Only dark skinned peoples are allowed to mow lawns is what gubmint "schools" teach now.  I finally gave up my lawn mowing business when I was a few years into college (electrical engineering).  My Dad thought that I should be interning instead of working one day per week mowing lawns making good money.

cheka's picture

you have one minute to prove you are legal, comprende?  no prove = get on one of the buses waiting outside the court

could process hundreds per day per court

Theosebes Goodfellow's picture

~"You mean I might have to pay a white guy to mow my lawn?"~

No, LSD, you just go back to hiring an American kid to do the job. That's how they learn capitalism, from the roots up. Which leads to my next point:

~"The case involving Mrs. Garcia de Rayos illustrates a new reality for the Mexican community living in the United States, facing the most severe implementation of immigration control measures,” the statement says. "For this reason, the entire Mexican community is invited to take precautions and keep contact with its closest consulates to receive the necessary help to face this type of situation.""~

What ever happened to the Mexican consulates inviting the Mexican community to obey ALL American laws? The Mexican government has two standards. One that they apply to Mexican expats in America and one that they apply to all other expats in Mexico. Hypocracy is too nice a word to describe it. Personally I would favor a deport first, adjudicate after policy. Let's set up these hearings for "undocumented foreign nationals" in their home countries. Let them plead their cases outside of the USA. If they are found to deserve entry, then give them a number and let them stand in line at the back of the que, behind their countrymen who followed the rules.

The "undocumented foreign nationals" is a thief. He/she steals jobs from the lowest end/entry level American workers. He/she pollutes the wage scale by working for less. He/she steals from the taxpayer when using American infrastructure paid for by taxpayers, like healthcare, social services and the judicial system, just to name a few.

Leftists would have you believe that these "undocumented foreign nationals" are entitled to all of this, though never can legally define such entitlement. But leftists aren't the only guilty party here. One the right you have the corporatists and globalists who are very keen to destroy the Constitution, the Dollar and morally bankrupt the American culture, all for the sake of subjugating the American worker and having slave labor wages.

And guess what? They both have succeeded. Prepare, for the summer of our discontent approaches. I fear very much that Trump may not be allowed to MAGA, he's just the opposition's patsy.

FreedomGuy's picture

I feel like I am living in the Twilight Zone sometimes. A foreign government supporting it's lawbreakers in a foreign country. It is not like the USA is rounding up everyone of Mexican heritage or legal tourists or anything like that. It is people who have either overstayed a visa, snuck in and mostly who are committing crimes with several prior deportations.

Trump should play "turnabout" and announce to all of Mexico's neighbors that they should sneak into Mexico, take advantage of any free social services they have, demand equal civil rights to Mexicans, in fact, assert they are superior, take their jobs and then scream "Harassment!" if anyone tries to deport them. We will help with legal advice and costs. We suggest about 12 million try to sneak in soon.

Honest John's picture

Right, like Mexicans have civil rights or jobs.  Haha.  Funny

Kayman's picture

AND the American working poor pay taxes so the U.S. government can keep illegals on welfare and have illegals vote for Democrats.

There is a damn good reason "protesters" are growing like bacteria.  It is parasites trying to protect their turf.

Laddie's picture

The Boers of South Africa have created a little state for themselves on the outskirts of an inhospitable desert. ORANIA, and every menial job is done by a Boer NOT a black.

This is what the Tribe has done to Whites. Note the white kids around just use their cellphones to video the bullying while the Mexican does what Mexicans do. Because Mexicans, blacks, Asians, and Jews are HEALTHY whilst whitey is SICK.
If it had been a Mexican boy being beaten by White every Mexican would have joined in and they would have KILLED the White.

Why Every Warrior Should Own a Firearm

401K of Dooom's picture

The parents of the kid attacked must sue the school district, the city and social services.  If some hispanic kid is treated in this way, the whole state would be in an uproar.  Then find the parents of the kid who committed this crime and sue them!  Yeah I know it may not work but it's better than sitting on your ass and letting your kid get killed!

401K of Dooom's picture

Hi everyone, you need to study up on immigration law.  Go to the Cornell University law site and look up this section:

Then go to USCIS' website and look up the 1952 Walter McCarran Immigration and Nationality Act

Then read up on Title 8 (Immigration and Nationality)

This is what you need to study in order to debate a libtard on immigration.

RevIdahoSpud3's picture

In my parts, owning a Mexican or several is sort of a status symbol. The farmers and dairymen all have Mexicans working for them. Some have dozens. If something needs to be done they will say, "I'll have my Mexicans do it". I only own one Mexican. Since I'm 70 my Mexican has to do more and more things around the place. I have an orchard, a one acre garden, lawn. shrub and tree upkeep. In the winter, especially this winter, the winter of global warming/cooling/temperature change we have had 2-5 foot snow drifts since Dec 1,16. After a storm comes through I get ahold of my Mexican and tell him what I want done. Then I go out and do it.

xythras's picture
xythras (not verified) Déjà view Feb 11, 2017 11:02 AM



A Mexican National Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Voter Fraud in Texas

Next election Trump will have 100%, no voter fraud
Chris Dakota's picture
Chris Dakota (not verified) Déjà view Feb 11, 2017 11:08 AM

Sounds insane. You are here illegally, you are told to leave, you fight in court.

Must be a dark force behind them....oh yeah, George Soros who is going to spend every dime he has on destroying the world.

but nobody arrests him.

a world gone mad

4 wheel drift's picture

time for martial law....  and FUCK the liberal courts 

THEY do not follow the law, why should the tax payer?

Squilliam Fancyson's picture

Once in place, martial law won't be lifted and not only be used against those it was invoked for. That's exactly why America and Europe has been flooded with potential criminals by Soros and his NGOs. To make the frightened, hard-working, worn-out ordinary people call for more law enforcement, mass surveillance and ultimately martial law which is nothing but a disguised dictatorship. Read the history of Martial Law please.

There is a Machiavelian scheme going on. Do your homework and don't call for more violence. It will lead to violence against everybody. I am all for repatriation (it is NOT deportation, that term is a leftist media meme) but we have to get streetwise. Even Trump is not streetwise enough. He is unintentionally paving the way for civil war. He is not the culprit but he is the catalyst.

Laddie's picture

Exactly!!!! The government has been waging war on Whites for several decades, it is time to RESIST!

Conspiracy or Degeneracy?
Speech given before the New England Rally for God, Family, and Country; 2nd July, 1966, Boston, Massachusetts
Dr Revilo P. Oliver, late Professor of the Classics, University of Illinois at Urbana.
The question of precisely what fires their will was addressed by Professor Revilo P. Oliver, a confirmed atheist, who was forced to conclude:
"A theory that a conspiracy has been working consciously for many centuries is not very plausible unless one attributes to them a religious unity. That is tantamount to regarding them as Satanists engaged in the worship and service of supernatural evil. The directors of the conspiracy must see or otherwise directly perceive manifestations which convince them of the existence and power of Lucifer. And since subtle conspirators must be very shrewd men, not likely to be deceived by auto-suggestion, hypnosis, or drugs, we should have to conclude that they probably are in contact with a force of pure evil."

azusgm's picture

That one in Texas must have lived in Cali for a while. The Texas peeps usually won't give attitude like the ones in Aztlan.

Just my observation.

Son of Loki's picture

Soros is going to have to pay another $25 million to the ACLU.

kellys_eye's picture

They can fight all they want - from the MEXICAN side of the border.

I don't recall Mexico being on the UN list of countries that have been declared 'unsafe' so deporting a Mexican back to their own home country isn't really deportation - maybe 'transportation'? and transportation isn't illegal.

Warthog777's picture

and since Mexico has done nothing but encourage this criminal bahavior and actually abetted it, they can pay the transportation costs.


IGGI's picture

Signed it. Had friends sign it. Keep pushing that ! Thanks