Liberal Bashes Trump For Deporting His Girlfriend, But He Gets Even Worse News

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    After ICE officials deported his illegal girlfriend, a liberal was very upset and heartbroken and started attacking POTUS Donal Trump. Just when he was finish attacking Donal Trump on media he received even worse news.

    Liberals all over the world believe that immigration should be open for all and all western countries should open gates so that nations could be flooded with immigrants. They tend to forget that with so many people comes so many issues as well. They want to ignore the fact the illegal immigration brings lot of crime related to drugs as well.

    As the Seattle times point out ST the man who attacked Trump on Media got himself detained

    After talking to The Seattle Times about his girlfriend’s arrest by immigration officials, a Pacific County man was detained himself. He said an agent told him it was because of what had been written

    A man who recounted his longtime girlfriend’s arrest in a Seattle Times story about ramped-up immigration enforcement in Pacific County last month has now been detained, and says U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents told him the arrest was because he was in the newspaper.

    Baltazar “Rosas” Aburto Gutierrez, speaking by phone from the Northwest Detention Center, where he is being held, said he got off work about 4 a.m. Monday — he harvests clams around Willapa Bay — went back to his Ocean Park home and, a few hours later, headed to Okie’s Thriftway Market for coffee and eggs.

    An SUV blocked his path into the parking lot, he said. An ICE agent got out and approached his car.You are Rosas,” the agent said, according to Aburto Gutierrez. “You are the one from the newspaper

    Aburto Gutierrez, 35, was not identified by name in The Seattle Times, though his nickname appeared in the Chinook Observer in an August story about his girlfriend, Gladys Diaz, and her arrest by immigration officials who he said answered an online ad she placed to sell a homemade piñata.

    Let me park, Aburto Gutierrez told the agent. After he did and faced them, he asked: “Why are you arresting me?

    My supervisor asked me to come find you because of what appeared in the newspaper,” the agent said, according to Aburto Gutierrez, relating the conversation in Spanish. The agent spoke in English, not a language the Mexican-born Aburto Gutierrez speaks fluently

    Aburto Gutierrez said he nevertheless understood — and concluded that his arrest was retaliation.We don’t retaliate,” ICE spokeswoman Lori Haley, speaking generally, told The Seattle Times when initially asked about Aburto Gutierrez’s arrest. She said she would look into this case specifically and provide more information.
    She later sent a written statement that confirmed his arrest and detention but said nothing about whether ICE was retaliating against Aburto Gutierrez, or what role the newspaper story might have played in his arrest. Pressed on those points by phone, Haley declined to comment

    Aburto Gutierrez said he has lived in the U.S. for 18 years. Crossing the border into California, the then-17-year-old made his way to Eastern Washington, where he had relatives who picked apples. He moved to Pacific County three years later after hearing its seafood industry was hiring and paying good wages.

    Meeting in November to talk about his girlfriend’s arrest, he called himself a fool for thinking it was easy to make money in the U.S. He said he worked seven days a week, 10 hours a day, in an industry that pays according to volume.

    But he and Diaz, who met in Pacific County, created a life there. They had kids. While he harvested clams, she looked after the children and, sometimes, made and sold piñatas.

    That came to an end when Diaz, along with their children, went to a bank parking lot in June to meet someone who had answered her online ad for a piñata. ICE agents were waiting.