Wednesday, January 4, at Noon, Randy Parraz is gathering up his usual Leftist, Open Borders crowd to draw the attention of the carefully Marxist educated “journalists” to document and spread the word that duly elected Sheriff Joe Arpaio “must go”! Here’s Parraz’s message to his minions:
“Sheriff Arpaio Special Action: Meet in Wells Fargo Lobby at 12:00PM, on Wednesday, January 4th (corner of Washington and 1st Ave in downtown Phoenix). Please dress professionally. Citizens will define what it means for MCSO to cooperate with Dept. of Justice Report. Please invite others to attend."
“Dress professionally”? What, no orange teeshirts, Marxist fists, and bullhorns this time?
Randy, does this latest publicity stunt have anything to do with currying the favor of Arizona Latinos, so they will register and vote for Obama in 2012?
Oh wait. It’s probably about the letter you sent to the County Board of Supervisors on December 17. The one where you express righteous outrage over accusations made by Obama’s appointee Thomas Perez of the Department of Justice where he accuses Sheriff Arpaio of discriminating against Latinos detained in jail, and of not investigating “over 400 sex crimes.”
Did you know that the Phoenix Police Department has over 2,500 sex abuse cases that have not been investigated?
Randy, is this the same Department of Justice that is headed by Attorney General Eric Holder who is being investigated for his role in a plan to funnel guns to Mexico where they would be recovered at drug crime scenes and then “discovered” to have come from…..THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?
Is this the same Department of “Justice” with the blood of Agent Brian Terry on its hands?
"God sometimes gives us Christmas miracles," County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox said of Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez and his report on Sheriff Arpaio.
Is the “Christmas miracle” to which she refers the same Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez who dismissed the Black Panther voter intimidation case in Philadelphia? The same Tom Perez who is suing Louisiana for “failing to provide adequate voter registration services for people who get food stamps, disability payments, and Medicaid”?
Is it the same Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez who rejected South Carolina’s law requiring voters to show photo ID at the polls saying it makes it harder for minorities to cast ballots?
And you think he’s fit to “investigate” Sheriff Joe Arpaio?
Isn’t the DOJ supposed to enforce our federal immigration laws and protect Arizonans from the invasion of illegals, many of them hardened criminals, crossing our borders? They’ve been raping, murdering, stealing, smuggling guns, and smuggling humans.
Since the DOJ isn’t “doing its job,” our local law enforcement agencies are protecting us.
Randy Parraz, you seem to have a longstanding problem with Arizona’s Right to protect her citizens.
Ok folks. Here is the letter from Randy Parraz, but know this:
Obama needs the Hispanic vote to win Arizona. He and Parraz know that LaRaza and other Leftist Open Borders groups will help him get those voters. But the Open Borders crowd doesn’t want anyone who is “tough” on illegal immigration.
That’s why Senator Russell Pearce had to go, and it’s why Randy Parraz has been working to get rid of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
December 17, 2011
Dear Chairman Kunasek:
Given the recent release of the Department of Justice’s report which in part states that Sheriff Arpaio and MCSO engaged in practices that led to racial profiling, retaliatory action against critics of Sheriff Arpaio and discriminatory treatment of Latinos detained in jail, we believe it is necessary and timely to place this report and the over 400 uninvestigated sex crimes on the January 11, 2012 agenda. In short the top elected law enforcement officer in Maricopa County failed to obey the law.
Please disregard our previous letter and comments during the December 14, 2011, Board of Superviors meeting where we requested to have the issue of the 400 plus uninvestigated sex crimes placed on the January 25, 2012 agenda. The findings in the report released on December 15, 2011, by the Department of Justice changes everything. We can no longer wait.
I strongly encourage you to discuss this with your colleagues and take action now. Please do not ignore this request. We would like an answer in writing by Wednesday, December 21, 2011. Thank you for considering our request to have these issues placed on the January 11, 2012 agenda. If you have any questions or concerns I can be reached at xxxxxxx.
In Pursuit of a Better Arizona,