Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Feminists cry when a wife beater is to be deported?

We don't think so.

And we don't think Caroline Orr is a feminist -- despite her claims to be one.

A Marine combat veteran who served in Iraq and suffers from PTSD and traumatic brain injury is facing "imminent" deportation to El Salvador -- a country he left at 3 years old.

If there's anything more fake and stupid that Caroline, it's her followers.

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We will never out live these horrible abuses.

Oh, Betty, do shut the fuck up.

You claim to be "a domestic violence professional."

So why are you defending a man who went to prison for beating his wife?

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You fight for the U.S. protecting freedom for all, Then take away yours, when you march to the call. The status, for any undocumented Immigrant, who joins the military, and fights HONORABLY for this country, should automatically be given their right for citizenship!

Oh, Dr. Mekah, you stupid idiot.  There is a path to citizenship for members of the US military.  You're so stupid and so ugly.

U.S. troops take the citizenship oath during a naturalization ceremony in Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory, Iraq, July 4, 2010. More than 150 servicemembers became citizens in a ceremony attended by Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill Biden.

Dumb ass, that's 2010 in Iraq, a ceremony where over 150 service members serving in the US military became US citizens.

One-hundred eighty-six servicemembers from across Iraq raise their right hands, Nov. 4, 2008, taking the oath of U.S. citizenship during a naturalization ceremony at Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory, Iraq.

Dumb ass, that's 2008, when 186 people serving in the US military (in Iraq) became US citizens.

Dumb ass, here's a photo of a 2004 ceremony.

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Jamaica native Marine Cpl. Everton Bryon, 22, Headquarters Company Marine Barracks 8th and I, Washington, D.C., and Dominican Republic native Army Spc. Johanna Abreu, Southern European Task Force, Vicenza, Italy, recite the pledge of allegiance during citizenship ceremonies at the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Office in Arlington, Va., Aug. 3. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Doug Sample

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More from 2008?  Below.

Twenty-four of the 3rd Infantry Division's newest American citizens pose for a photograph after they were granted American citizenship April 12 at Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory in the largest American naturalization ceremony in Iraq to date.
Spc. Simon Nbenye, an Arabic interpreter with Company D, 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, admires his American flag and certificate of naturalization April 12 at Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory during the largest American naturalization ceremony to date in Iraq. Nbenye, a former citizen of Sudan, entered the United States in 2001 under refugee status.
Two hundred fifty-nine U.S. troops currently serving throughout Iraq became American citizens at Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory, April 12, in the largest naturalization ceremony to date in Iraq.

Here's a STARS AND STRIPES article on 17 becoming US citizens while stationed in Rome in 2005.

That's a reality and it's one your sainted Jose failed to participate in.  He could have done it at anytime.   He chose not to become a citizen.   His choice.

He decided not to become a US citizen.  He went on to break the law. NBC notes, "His convictions include corporal injury to a spouse, for which he received an eight-year sentence, assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment, narcotics possession, conspiracy to commit a crime and driving under the influence, ICE said."

So he beat his wife and that doesn't matter?

A non-US citizen convicted of beating his wife?

Cry your crocodile tears, Caroline Orr, just don't pretend you're a feminist.

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