August 27, 2011 ~ Friday’s are a rough day on the air, and I frankly haven’t gone ‘live’ for about five weeks. The audience is smaller, as many folks are off to the High School football games or the movies. Hell – I’d be fishing if I had my way. But then, in 16 plus years on the air, as is recorded in the Holy Bible – I guess that I have become a “fisher of men”.
This Friday would be different…
As each day goes by, one of the major issues of our day, is the invasion of the Republic – predominately by invaders from south of the American border. Now, this is not a “finger-pointing” rant or racism at its best – it’s FACT. They are swarming across the U.S.-Mexico border just as fast as they can run, jump, or swim their way northward to Estados Unidos.
Amongst the stories I recanted on “Life, Liberty & All That Jazz“, was one of Michelle Cummings of Huntsville, Alabama. Consider her story:
Michelle Cummings is the owner and manager of Cummings Property in Huntsville. She has more than 400 tenants and says at least half of them are undocumented immigrants (code for ‘illegal aliens’. – Ed.). Cummings is a plaintiff in the lawsuit seeking to block the immigration law from going into effect September 1st.
“If the law does pass as it stands, then of course people will return back to Mexico and that will be a large percentage of my tenants,” said Cummings.
Section 13 of the law says it’s unlawful to harbor an illegal immigrant by entering into a rental agreement with them. Cummings worries that she could go to jail if the law is not blocked.
Well golly… Section 13 of the new Alabama law seems to be in-sync with Federal Law – you know – the one that, the FEDs won’t enforce. Section 1324a of the US Code (USC) states: “Any person who knowingly hires/harbors/transports any illegal alien is guilty of a felony punishable by 10 years jail + $2000 fine per illegal alien + forfeiture of the vehicle or property used to commit the crime“.
She “could go to jail…”? She is in violation of the law. She MUST go to jail – fork out all court costs, plus the $2,000 per illegal invader she has been knowingly harboring – AND have her property forfeited. Pretty simple to understand in my book, but…
Late Thursday, August 25, the following story comes out, which should set Cummings on the run – along with half of her tenants… Alabama immigration hearing ends with no judicial decision.
The obvious questions remains… even though the Alabama law does not take effect for a few more days – this woman will be in violation of it – she is already in violation of a long standing Federal Law.
But be aware…. the FED’s stealthily keep “modifying” the laws to suit their own agenda…
My question is a simple one, “Why doesn’t someone sue this woman for her current violations?” She’s open about it, she is vocal about it – and KNOWS that she is breaking the law – but also knows that the FED’s will continue to look the other way. After all – 2012 IS an election year.
It would seem that the Attorney General of Alabama, and the County Attorney for the county where she resides and maintains ownership of her apartment complex – already have the full and legal right to pursue her – and more so, after September 1, 2011.
The citizens of Alabama need to force their elected officials to do the job, for which they were elected or appointed – and these types of blatant violations should be prosecuted all over the nation – in every state, county, city village and hamlet.
Git ‘er done!
NEXT: ‘As the Bull Turns: Who is Lornet Turnbull?‘
Without Apology I am,
~ the Author ~
A veteran of Viet Nam, student of history (both American and film), Jeffrey Bennett has broadcast for over 24 years years as host of various programs and has been considered the voice of reason on the alternative media – providing a unique and distinctive broadcast style, including topics such as health and wellness, news, financial well-being, political satire (with a twist), education and editorial commentary on current events through the teaching of history. In addition, he is the CEO of Kettle Moraine, Ltd.