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Meet the Politician Who Protects Rapists and Murderers

Massachusetts State Representative Michelle Dubois used her Facebook page to warn illegal aliens.

ICE was set to raid the community of Brockton on Wednesday, March 29th. However, Dubois gave all the details on the raid, and then instructed illegals to hide from the law.

This action should land Dubois in jail, but likely won’t.  And because we don’t crack down on these lawbreakers, they feel free to do whatever they choose to put taxpaying Americans at risk.

Michelle DuBois told CBS Local she is not sorry for her illegal stunt:

Michelle DuBois, ICE, #KevinJackson “Passing information along that is already all over the community not only lets the people I represent know what is happening. It lets ICE know that everyone in Brockton is aware of their intended raid if there was one,” DuBois said, reading a statement aloud.

Asked whether she thought the post could be construed as obstructing justice, she replied, “No, I don’t.”

DuBois also said she did not see a problem with disseminating a rumor and admitted, she did not contact ICE before doing so.

Nevertheless, DuBois is under fire for her post.

Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson, a Republican, demands her arrest. Rightfully so.

He appeared before a Congressional subcommittee on immigration and blasted her initial post. Next, Hodgson asked warrants be issued for all elected officials from “sanctuary cities.” Refuse to cooperate with federal immigration agents- go to jail!

It’s about time these lawmakers face the consequences of being lawbreakers.

In a statement, Hodgson said:

“It’s completely unacceptable that any elected official would violate their oath and put the interests of criminal illegal aliens ahead of the public who elected her to fulfill her fundamental responsibilities in public office,” Hodgson said. “If she wants to do that, step down. Your responsibility is to help law enforcement, not to undermine it.”

He also told the Enterprise that he thinks DuBois broke a federal law by helping others conceal or harbor anyone who is known to be in the U.S. illegally.

“It’s a felony under federal law,” Hodgson told the Enterprise. “She did so knowingly. … Frankly, she took the same oath that all of us in government take. We have an obligation to uphold the laws in our community, and that includes federal laws. If she doesn’t like the laws, she needs to lobby to change them.”

However, DuBois responded that she did no harm. She just wrote out the rumors that were already flying around.

“If you see something, say something” doesn’t apply to people alerting criminals that the law is coming.

According to the Boston Herald:

ICE officials stated that ICE does not conduct random sweeps” or release information about its operations before they happen.

“Any person who actively incites panic or fear of law enforcement is doing a disservice to the community, endangering public safety and the very people they claim to support and represent,” ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer told the Herald.

Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter refused to comment on DuBois’ post, but her State House colleague Geoff Diehl told the Herald that it “puts lives in danger.”

“If you’re a lawmaker, where you vote on policy, your job is not to undermine current law,” Diehl told the Herald.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t really matter how many people comment that DuBois was wrong. Until lawmakers get their mugshots taken every time they willingly and knowingly break the law, nothing will change. This woman would be lucky to serve her consequences in a safe jail cell.

Dubois should have to hear the stories of Americans harmed by illegals. The litany of people robbed, raped, or murdered by people who are protected by leftists.

Remember last week’s victim? The fourteen-year-old girl raped in her school bathroom by illegals…

Let’s see how she feels after talking to the survivors of beatings, rape, and the family members of those murdered. All because she condones a policy that allows illegals to be in the country.

 



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