FYI: Received word last night that, Senator Ron Young of Frederick County is on a mission to get the Trust Act passed this Assembly session. One can assume, that Young is working hand in hand with Casa’s law team to re-craft the bill, along with, from what I found out, AG Frosh, who is also working on the details to try to make it full proof. If passed, Hogan will veto, leaving it up to the next session in 2019, and if a Democrat is elected Governor and the Senate, which has override majority, will overturn the veto.
Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins, Maryland’s leading law enforcement officer and elected official, pays a visit to Montgomery County to enlighten all MD citizens about real law enforcement. His talk will focus on how his team successfully cooperates with Federal Officials in identifying, detaining and arresting illegal aliens in his jurisdiction, including MS-13 gang members.
The Sheriff will also talk about the so-called “Maryland Trust Act” which will be raised yet again in Annapolis in 2018. Sponsored by a group of Hispanic lawmakers in Annapolis, if passed it would make the entire State of Maryland a sanctuary for Hispanic and other illegal alien criminals. Sheriff Jenkins would be stopped from working with Federal officials. This lawless piece of legislation was stopped last year only because of the horrific rape of a 14 year old girl in a Rockville High School bathroom. The citizens of Maryland must be ready to do battle with these same Hispanic lawmakers in 2018. Stay tuned!
Sheriff Jenkins actually arrests illegals BEFORE they commit crimes and harm citizens. As important, legal immigrants are always welcome in Frederick County.
Maybe our own Montgomery County Police Chief, Tom “Barney Fife” Manger, will stop by to pick up a few pointers about how real law enforcement works. Manger is begging the Montgomery County Council, the State and even the Federal Government for more of our tax dollars (yet again) to fight MS-13 and other violent Hispanic gangs in our neighborhoods. His policy of ignoring Federal detainers and allowing Hispanic illegal alien criminals to walk our streets is a disgrace does not work.
Chief Manger, an expert on post-mortem policing, after the carnage has taken place. He needs to arrest Hispanic illegal aliens BEFORE they kill and maim our fellow citizens.
Maryland citizens do not care if illegal aliens are afraid of the local police as they have no moral or legal right to be in our communities. Citizens care about the safety and well-being of their families and friends.
We are paying our Police Department to actually enforce the law, not make nice with Hispanic illegal aliens and their partners at CASA of Maryland (under the leadership of the corrupt and self-serving Gusstavo Torres).
This is a free event and NOT sponsored by Help Save Maryland. We are letting citizens know about this as part of our community service activities.
Brad Botwin, Director, Help Save Maryland.org
Red, White & Blue Montgomery:
Free Speech Forum
Speaker Series 2017 – 2018
|When:||Tuesday, October 17
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
UP THE STAIRS TO SECOND FLOOR
Near BETHESDA METRO !
Public parking garage located at Elm Street Garage
Frederick County MD Sheriff Jenkins
|This Month’s Special Guest Speaker:
Chuck Jenkins was born and raised in Frederick County, Maryland. In 2006, he was elected the Sheriff of Frederick County and is serving in his third term. Sheriff Jenkins maintains a strong stance on illegal immigration enforcement has effectively partnered with ICE to participate in two major programs – the 287g Immigration Enforcement Program and the Federal Inter-Governmental Services Detainee Housing Program. In 2014, his testimony before the Maryland House of Delegate’s Judiciary Committee was instrumental in blocking the passage of the so-called Maryland Trust Act that would have made Maryland a sanctuary state.
| This Event is Free !
Full food and drink menu available.
Please arrive by 7:00 pm if placing a food order.
Individual checks available and please tip your server generously!
Speaker starts promptly at 7:30.