Back to reality: Waves of US-deported Mexicans struggle to survive

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Postby wolfpack » March 21st, 2017, 6:29 am



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Postby wolfpack » March 21st, 2017, 6:34 am



FUCKING ILLEGALS AND THEIR SOB STORY!! :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

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Postby The Chosen One » March 21st, 2017, 6:56 am

them mexicans said prove to them how ur people is superior to them genetically? :yeahright: :yeahright:

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Postby Naretev » March 21st, 2017, 6:58 am

The Chosen One wrote:them mexicans said prove to them how ur people is superior to them genetically? :yeahright: :yeahright:

Nigga shut up

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Postby The Chosen One » March 21st, 2017, 7:04 am

wolfpack its time to wrap this shit up.. time to end this thread..





SHOW THE PROOF THAT UR PEOPLE IS GENETICALLY SUPERIOR THAN MINES!!! SHOW THEM SOURCES USING SCIENCE
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Postby Southwarddevil » March 21st, 2017, 7:13 am

hope you get rape by them homo thug surenos out there in cali wolfie :plank:

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Postby The Chosen One » March 21st, 2017, 7:20 am

DAMN THIS WOLFPACK NEVER GONNA ANSWER MY QUESTIONS.. NIGGA STAY DUCKIN ME :wtf2:

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Postby SuperSweet » March 21st, 2017, 7:51 am

Don't believe this bullshit with there being no jobs in mexico. There are plenty of jobs posted/listed for college educated mexicans with the skills needed to stay employed in mexico.

http://www.bumeran.com.mx/empleos-mexico.html Link for jobs in mexico 2017

The people who can't survive in mexico are the same people who are on welfare here in the united states. The problem is that these mexicans who can't find jobs are full of shit. You worked your ass off en a factory in the united states, but don't wanna do the same shit in your country?

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Postby SuperSweet » March 21st, 2017, 7:53 am

The same jobs we have in the united states are the same jobs they have down there. The same college degrees we have here is also the same in mexico. Don't believe the bullshit fake midea.

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Postby 123 » March 21st, 2017, 7:55 am

wolfpuss why do u hangout on a black website, to troll Mexicans, that aren't even on here? There have only been a handful like 619loc, no man's land, chitowndawg, kakadorez, 213. your bullshit doesn't make sense. anyway, trump will be impeached soon. dems aren't even worried about his supreme court nominee gaborich because hippo trump is on his way out of office.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/trump-set-impeachment-article-1.2950501

Here’s how President Trump may have already set himself up for impeachment
The Presidency of Donald Trump has begun — and he may already be setting himself up for possible impeachment proceedings.

"In terms of conflicts and potential issues, we have never seen an incoming administration with them on this level," Jordan Libowitz, communications director at the ethics watchdog Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, told the Daily News.

"It's all uncharted territory."

Trump's bad behavior —the insults, the mistruths, the tweetstorms, the sexism, and all the rest — have been piling scandals upon scandals since the day he declared his candidacy.
But now that Trump is the 45th President of the United States, being offensive can't be his worst offense. Only a select few scandals would be big enough to realistically boot him from the White House.

The Daily News spoke to government ethics experts about the most likely paths Trump may have already taken toward possible impeachment.
What could Trump be impeached for?

There's a reason only two Presidents — Andrew Johnson, in 1868, and Bill Clinton, in 1998 — have been impeached. (Richard Nixon resigned in 1974 before facing inevitable impeachment.)
The Constitution's impeachment clause, Article II, Section 4, is simultaneously so specific, and yet so broad, that it's hard to put into practice. The Constitution says a President can only be impeached for “Treason, Bribery and other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
In other words, general nastiness — like, say, belittling the press or feuding with a Gold Star family — isn't impeachable. Nor is presidential incompetence; the Framers of the Constitution chose not to include “maladministration” in the clause, with James Madison arguing it was too “vague.”
Treason is equally unlikely to bring an impeachment. There have been fewer than 20 treason convictions in American history, and none since the 1950s. Most of those were tied to revolts or wartime espionage; none applied to a President.

That means Trump would, hypothetically, only face impeachment for bribery or for another unspecified crime, either before or during his time in the Oval Office — although some constitutional experts say there’s no precedent for impeaching a President for actions taken before they took office.
The emoluments clause

Trump's most likely path to an impeachable offense, experts say, could come from this obscure anti-bribery clause in the Constitution.
The emoluments clause says the President cannot “accept any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatsoever, from any king, prince, or foreign state.”

In other words: No gifts from foreign leaders or diplomats.

With his tangle of business interests worldwide — and his refusal to officially cut ties with them — Trump may have been pushing the envelope on this ever since he won the election.

“The whole question now is whether he is going to be violating the Constitution on day one with the emoluments clause,” said John Dean, a former White House Counsel to President Richard Nixon.
Trump claimed through the campaign he would put his assets into a blind trust if he won. Instead, he revealed last week he's handing the Trump Organization to his sons and will simply not involve himself in the business.
His handoff is legal for the presidency — but it does little to keep the commander-in-chief away from conflicts of interest, especially since he has been inviting his children into meetings with foreign diplomats.

"With emoluments, presidents usually go out of their way not to have these problems," Libowitz said.

"This is not something we've seen before. It brings incredibly serious issues."

The potential for impeachable conflicts is nearly as vast as Trump's empire.

For instance, there are the meetings with foreign diplomats, sometimes from countries where Trump has deals pending, since the election. There are Trump's denials that he has ever done deals with Russia, despite one of his sons once claiming the family saw "money pouring in" from there. There is Trump's new Washington, D.C., hotel, which has been catering to foreign officials visiting the nation's capital.

Trump’s lawyer said earlier this month that’s not a violation of the emoluments clause because that applies to gifts, not business transactions like renting a hotel room.

Some ethics experts are unconvinced by that argument.
Trump has also refused to release his tax returns, which could contain revelations about his foreign business ties and debts.

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Postby 123 » March 21st, 2017, 8:04 am

DC Dems are not playing any games. :tiphat:
Prominent ) Democrats are making dire predictions about President Donald Trump.

Both Rep. Maxine Waters and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, two California dingbats, are predicting that Donald Trump won’t serve a full four years in office.

On Friday, Feinstein was talking to a group of leftist protesters who gathered for a fundraiser in Los Angeles.

When she took one question about the President and how they were going to get him out of office, Feinstein said he was going to “get himself” out of office.

“We have a lot of people looking at this,” Feinstein said. “I think he’s going to get himself out. I think that sending his sons to another country to make a financial deal for his company and then have that covered with government expenses — I believe government expenses should not be allowed.”
The very next day, speaking on the always-clear-headed Joy Reid’s MSNBC show, Waters predicted that Trump would be out, but by impeachment.

“We are going to see who the real patriots are when we unveil this collusion that I believe is there. I think in the final analysis they are going to have to move away from [Trump] and we will see that he will be in a position where he will meet the standards and the criteria for and I maintain that’s where [b]impeachment comes in. higher crimes and misd
emeanors,
Last week, Waters said her “greatest desire” would be to lead Trump “right into impeachment.”

Waters said, “I hope he’s not there for four years. I hope that this man and who he is, the way that he has defined himself, the way that he is acting—I am hoping that we are able to reveal all of this. And my greatest desire is to lead him right into impeachment.”

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