This week two videos popped up showing ICE agents arresting an illegal alien last weekend, Perla Morales-Luna in front of her not so young children on the streets of National City in Southern California near San Diego. One of the videos has managed to top 7 million views, so of course, radical pro-illegal immigration groups have to take advantage of the situation and set their narrative to fit their agenda.
Once again we see the Globalists and organizations like La Raza trying to set a false narrative against President Trump and ICE agents.
One of the videos was posted to Facebook by Judith Castro-Rangel, along with her commentary of course. Castro-Rangel claims to be the teacher of one of the woman’s daughters, We don’t have confirmation of this, but her Facebook page does state that she has been a Special Education Aide at MAAC Community Charter School since August of 2017.
But another video taken from a different perspective appears to have been conveniently taken down by Castro-Rangel only to be re-posted elsewhere online. In that video, you hear the comments being made by the man filming the arrest where he calls the Border Patrol agents, “f-ggots” and “Pinochet.”
ICE then took to Twitter themselves to set the record straight about the arrest.
Perla Morales-Luna was identified as an organizer for a transnational criminal smuggling organization operating in East County, San Diego. She was arrested as a result of a targeted operation on March 3, 2018, in National City for being in the country illegally.
— CBP San Diego (@CBPSanDiego) March 9, 2018
“Perla Morales-Luna was identified as an organizer for a transnational criminal smuggling organization operating in East County, San Diego.”
That whole incident was posted on Twitter, along with some inflammatory commentary, by reporter Luis Gomez who works for the San Diego Union-Tribune. Although on his Twitter page Gomez states “Views my own” many in the San Diego area believe UT San Diego to be fair to all sides, but the truth is their so-called journalists have shown to be pro-illegal immigration in the past. So it’s not surprising that one of their own has taken to Twitter to spread half-truths against ICE agents without even waiting for the official statement from our law enforcement officers.
[WARNING: Video might be disturbing to watch]
Horrifying scene in National City (near San Diego) where Border Patrol agents stop a family in the middle of the street, forcibly take the mother of these girls, shove her into a patrol vehicle, then drive away. (1 of 2 videos)… pic.twitter.com/iDvFlFFGun
— ⚡️ Luis Gomez (@RunGomez) March 8, 2018
[WARNING: Disturbing video]
Another camera records the same incident but from a different angle. I'm trying to track down more information on these two videos. They were posted by someone on Facebook claiming to be a teacher of these girls. (2 of 2 videos) pic.twitter.com/mE5uvsC0jG
— ⚡️ Luis Gomez (@RunGomez) March 8, 2018
Who says there is no loyalty amongst thieves?
“A protest is planned Friday morning outside City Hall offices in National City a day after a video began circulating on social media showing a woman being snatched off a National City street and hauled away by federal authorities in front of her frantic, crying daughters.
The arrest by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, who claim the woman was part of a criminal smuggling ring, happened last Saturday. Two videos of the arrest began garnering widespread attention Thursday on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms.
In both videos, the woman’s three daughters can be heard crying and screaming as Border Patrol officers, some dressed in plain clothes, drag the woman into a Border Patrol SUV.
A screen grab of a Facebook video shows Perla Morales-Luna allegedly being arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents in National City, March 8, 2018.
In response to the video, a San Diego-area Border Patrol spokesman issued a statement saying Perla Morales-Luna was “an organizer for a transnational criminal smuggling organization operating in East County.”
“She was arrested as a result of a targeted operation on March 3, 2018, in National City for being in the country illegally,” Agent Michael J. Scappechio said. “She is currently in Border Patrol custody awaiting transfer to (Immigrations and Customs Enforcement) for removal proceedings.”
When asked on Twitter for more details about the alleged transnational smuggling organization, the San Diego-area Border Patrol’s official account responded that it could not release more details “as this is part of an active investigation.”
Still, many people questioned the tactics used in the arrest and wondered why Morales-Luna was arrested for being in the country illegally and not for the far more serious smuggling crimes alleged by the Border Patrol.
As of Friday morning, an online federal data base showed no charges were filed against Morales-Luna in U.S. District Court.
National City Councilwoman Alejandra Sotelo-Solis told CBS8 she didn’t witness the arrest but later spoke with people close to the family. Sotelo-Solis said Morales-Luna and her three daughters were walking to pay rent Saturday when a man dressed in civilian clothes approached, asked her name and then took her into custody.”
The rule of law is the rule of law, and it should be applied equally. If these people want to stay together, they can keep their noses clean by not getting involved in smuggling operations. As far as videos of teenagers crying, can someone please find one showing what children do when their parents get arrested for tax evasion?