'Mexican Judge' Curiel Will Rule On Deported DACA DREAMer CaseChris Menahan
Apr. 20, 2017
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US District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who Trump rightly said was biased against him due to his "Mexican heritage," is set to decide on the case of Juan Manuel Montes, the 23-year-old criminal illegal alien DREAMer who was deported despite allegedly being protected under DACA.
Judge Curiel is a member of the racist La Raza Lawyers Association and awarded illegal aliens with scholarships.
"La Raza" literally means "the race" in Spanish.
Seeing as how he strongly identifies as Mexican and is a member of an explicitly race-based advocacy group, the odds he will rule impartially on this case seem rather slim.
From USA Today:
President Trump will confront a familiar figure in the lawsuit over a DREAMer who was deported by federal immigration agents: U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel.As I said yesterday, Montes is a convict who has already cost US taxpayers potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars solely due to the years of special needs public schooling and taxpayer-subsidized college he has received.
He was convicted three times for driving without a license, the most recent time being just three months ago, and he was convicted of shoplifting just last year.
Montes is a grown adult now who now has a $200,000+ education he can use to his benefit in Mexico.
He should be thanking America rather than suing us.
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