Nancy Pelosi should meet Jonathan DelCarmen

Jonathan DelCarmen sounds like the kind of person Nancy Pelosi wants America to welcome and support. After all, he came to this country illegally as a child, at the tender age of 12.  According to the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, he might well be the next Moses or Jesus. But believing that reuiqres a bit of a stretch. Consider this from the Los Angeles Times:

A 1 9-year-old charged with murder in connection with last week's fatal assault on a USC graduate student told immigration officials that he entered the country illegally about seven years ago, a federal official said.

The official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, said Jonathan DelCarmen made the comments during an interview at a Los Angeles County jail where he is being held in connection with the death of Xinran Ji, 24.

Seven years too late, ICE is on the case:

A spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed that an immigration detainer had been placed against DelCarmen. In a statement, spokeswoman Virginia Kice said ICE officials contacted DelCarmen at the jail Wednesday.

"ICE has lodged an immigration detainer against Mr. DelCarmen requesting that the Sheriff's Department turn him over to ICE for possible follow-up immigration enforcement action if and when he is released from local custody," Kice said.

The details of Xinran Ji’s death are horrifying:

Police said Ji was walking home from a study group about 12:45 a.m. when he was attacked near campus, just blocks away from his apartment.

Police and prosecutors say Ji was beaten with a bat and suffered a head injury. Detectives said they believe he may have tried to get away from his attackers, only to be beaten a second time, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation.

Despite his injury, Ji managed to make it home to his apartment, where, police said, a roommate found his body later that morning.

DelCarmen and three others -- identified as Andrew Garcia, 18; Alberto Ochoa, 17; and Alejandra Guerrero, 16 -- were charged Tuesday in connection with Ji's death. (snip)

After attacking Ji near campus, prosecutors say, the suspects drove to Dockweiler State Beach, where Garcia, Ochoa and Guerrero approached a man and a woman. Officials said the three robbed the woman, but the man escaped and flagged down police officers who were patrolling the area.

A criminal complaint alleges that the three again used a bat at the beach, and that Ochoa and Guerrero also used a knife.

We are supposed to believe that there are no distinctions to be made among people who enter this country from foreign countries. Legally, like Ji, or illegally like DelCarmen, they are all “migrants” supposedly. Coming here to sponge off taxpayers versus coming here to improve a brilliant mind, why we should make no distinctions. And coming here from a society where they don’t know how to use toilets versus coming here as a college graduate, why they’re all the same, Nancy and her friends would have us believe.

Canada, which is much admired by people who love to hate America, is highly selective about who it lets in as immigrants. I am all in favor of welcoming ediucated, productive epole like the late Mr. Ji.  Call me a racist if you will, but I don’t want any more violent, uneducated,  and parasitical people coming here. Period. People like Mr. Ji are more than welcome.

Hat tip: Michael Savage

Jonathan DelCarmen sounds like the kind of person Nancy Pelosi wants America to welcome and support. After all, he came to this country illegally as a child, at the tender age of 12.  According to the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, he might well be the next Moses or Jesus. But believing that reuiqres a bit of a stretch. Consider this from the Los Angeles Times:

A 1 9-year-old charged with murder in connection with last week's fatal assault on a USC graduate student told immigration officials that he entered the country illegally about seven years ago, a federal official said.

The official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, said Jonathan DelCarmen made the comments during an interview at a Los Angeles County jail where he is being held in connection with the death of Xinran Ji, 24.

Seven years too late, ICE is on the case:

A spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed that an immigration detainer had been placed against DelCarmen. In a statement, spokeswoman Virginia Kice said ICE officials contacted DelCarmen at the jail Wednesday.

"ICE has lodged an immigration detainer against Mr. DelCarmen requesting that the Sheriff's Department turn him over to ICE for possible follow-up immigration enforcement action if and when he is released from local custody," Kice said.

The details of Xinran Ji’s death are horrifying:

Police said Ji was walking home from a study group about 12:45 a.m. when he was attacked near campus, just blocks away from his apartment.

Police and prosecutors say Ji was beaten with a bat and suffered a head injury. Detectives said they believe he may have tried to get away from his attackers, only to be beaten a second time, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation.

Despite his injury, Ji managed to make it home to his apartment, where, police said, a roommate found his body later that morning.

DelCarmen and three others -- identified as Andrew Garcia, 18; Alberto Ochoa, 17; and Alejandra Guerrero, 16 -- were charged Tuesday in connection with Ji's death. (snip)

After attacking Ji near campus, prosecutors say, the suspects drove to Dockweiler State Beach, where Garcia, Ochoa and Guerrero approached a man and a woman. Officials said the three robbed the woman, but the man escaped and flagged down police officers who were patrolling the area.

A criminal complaint alleges that the three again used a bat at the beach, and that Ochoa and Guerrero also used a knife.

We are supposed to believe that there are no distinctions to be made among people who enter this country from foreign countries. Legally, like Ji, or illegally like DelCarmen, they are all “migrants” supposedly. Coming here to sponge off taxpayers versus coming here to improve a brilliant mind, why we should make no distinctions. And coming here from a society where they don’t know how to use toilets versus coming here as a college graduate, why they’re all the same, Nancy and her friends would have us believe.

Canada, which is much admired by people who love to hate America, is highly selective about who it lets in as immigrants. I am all in favor of welcoming ediucated, productive epole like the late Mr. Ji.  Call me a racist if you will, but I don’t want any more violent, uneducated,  and parasitical people coming here. Period. People like Mr. Ji are more than welcome.

Hat tip: Michael Savage

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