Dreamer Arrested for Making Death Threat on School

Dreamer Arrested for Making Death Threat on School

Two days after the shooting in Florida that left 17 dead, East High received a threat.

In what has become the scary norm, it took four days for the possible offender to be arrested.

When headlines read “Dreamer arrested for threatening school,” one question comes to mind. Muslim or Mexican?

To some that may sound racist. However, the truth is that question is realist.

If the so-called “Dreamer” threatened to blow up students, one might guess this “Dreamer” was a Muslim refugee. Anything else and Mexican is the default ethnicity.

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Regardless of race, what we know is that contrary to the declarations of the Left, many Dreamers are not innocent kids looking for opportunity in America. As we learn far too often, many Dreamers are just bad people.

So how do Democrats plan to sell Dreamers to Americans when many threaten the very country that has embraced them? My guess: ignore them.

Abigail Hernandez is a 21-year-old Dreamer living in New York. Somehow, she’s still a registered student in a Rochester public school.

In the wake of the Parkland shooting, she posted the following ominous warning on a fake Facebook account:

“I’m coming tomorrow morning and I’m going to shoot all of ya bitches.”

Means & Motive

Some people make idle threats, for attention. But that’s not what Hernandez did.

As the Daily Caller reports:

Upon searching Hernandez’s home, Rochester police officers discovered a shotgun.

Hernandez was charged with making terroristic threats. When asked by ABC, Rochester City School District officials could not answer why Hernandez, 21, was enrolled as a student.

“Sadly, in wake of the recent Parkland, Florida tragedy, schools across the country have been grappling with social media threats intended to instill fear and anxiety,” East High School superintendent Shaun Nelms said of the incident. “While we cannot comment on this particular police investigation around a threat made to East, I want to stress how fortunate we are to be part of a community in which the police department works closely with schools to ensure the safety of the entire school community.”

Clearly, Hernandez was equipped to carry out her threat, but what could her motive be?

Who knows. But one thing is for sure: it has nothing to do with Donald Trump, Conservatives, the Tea Party Community. or anything else pro-American.

My bet is more Dreamers like Hernandez exist. Teased in class, then used by politicians, I’m sure her frustrations hit a boiling point. My bet is many of these kids now side with Donald Trump, as they see illegals in much the same way as Americans do.

In fact, as Kevin Jackson once wrote:

As Donald Trump said of many illegals, they enter America not to improve their lives, but to disrupt ours. Whether voting illegally to skew our elections or committing more heinous crimes, this new breed of illegal presents nothing but trouble in America.

And we have law-breaking legislators willing to provide sanctuary for non-Dreamer, ergo those who come to America knowingly illegal.

In one example, the City of Rochester recently reaffirmed their intention to continue breaking the law.

Rochester City Council unanimously passed a resolution reaffirming Rochester as a sanctuary city on Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security issued sweeping orders to implement President Donald Trump’s plan for increased immigration enforcement.

The orders are likely to have a far-reaching effect, not only on undocumented immigrants but also on residents legally here.

“It is just scary now,” said Wedade Abdallah, director of the immigration program for the Legal Aid Society of Rochester.
The estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants are always at risk of being deported.

The council resolution, which re-stated one passed in 1986, directed the city administration to adopt policies that protect “all who come within its borders” and says the city is not required to collect information or “engage in immigration enforcement.”

Rochester may thwart President Trump for now. However, their reckoning comes soon.

Lucky Break on Hernandez

Unlike the story in Parkland Florida, Hernandez was arrested before she racked up a pile of dead bodies. Clearly, law enforcement performed its duties, and diligently chased down the owner of the fake Facebook account.

The Daily Caller continues:

“We remain very grateful to the Rochester Police Department for their partnership and for keeping us well informed throughout the entire process. Their presence on campus last week and their guidance on how to best keep staff and students safe during this efficient, successful police investigation reiterates their ongoing support. As always, the safety of students and staff is our top priority.”

But don’t be fooled. More Hernandezes exist.

Leftism has created angry Dreamers, as well as angry Islamic terrorists in our midst. Let’s hope the new culture of America soothes the savage beasts that lurk in plain sight.

 

 

 

 

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