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Given: you are an illegal alien inside the state of Texas. Upon your arrest for robbery, you pull out a concealed pistol while in the back of a police car and shoot your arresting officer 3 times in the back of the head. That officer, 24, dies, naturally. As a result, you are placed on death row and scheduled for execution. Today. Twenty years later.
The Mexican government, our own Secretary of State, a former Texas Democrat Governor, and likely the douche who played BJ Honeycutt on M*A*S*H, all come to your defense and pressure the current Texas governor to reconsider the execution — something all except the douche who played BJ Honeycutt on M*A*S*H wouldn’t be doing on behalf of an American citizen.
But if you are an illegal alien — the most noble among us, seeking freedom and looking to do jobs fat, lazy, out of work Americans aren’t — you evidently are more important to our State Department and some former Texas Democrat governor than are our own citizens. And of course, it is crucial that the US comply with the wishes of the Mexican government, who scolds us for our injustice and inhumanity, even as its own citizens flee that socialist hellhole to sneak into the US, where they burden our infrastructure and refuse, for the most, part to assimilate — though many of them are simply making the pragmatic decision of escaping a socialist hellhole that is, in many ways, run in parts by violent drug cartels.
So, then. Resolved: Pull the fucking switch and fry this cop killer until his insides could be smothered with butter and served as toast. Bracket out the absurd double standards our transnational progressive leftist Democrats and foreign governments wish to place on us. And tell John Kerry that, when he lied before Congress about the behavior of American soldiers in Viet Nam, he was willing to sully the reputation of America’s young conscripted men even as he now seeks to play the part of a compassionate statesmen when it comes to an illegal — that is, a criminal — who, while he was here illegally and criminally, committed felony murder on a police officer.
And when you do pull the switch, remind people that it was Ted Cruz, then as Texas solicitor general and not yet a fringe Hobbity kook extremist and unhelpful enemy of the rational right, who beat back a challenge from GW Bush and the RINO establishment that had attempted to apply World Court law to the sovereign state of Texas some years back in order to prevent another execution of an illegal who had murdered two young women.
The plain fact is, if American citizens can be treated more harshly under our own laws than illegals, who claim some recourse to international law that we don’t and should never recognize as a sovereign country, than what’s the advantage of being an American citizen?
And yes, that was a rhetorical question, the answer to which is twofold: none, and pull the goddamned switch. End of discussion.
(h/t Mark Levin)