MA State Rep Warns Illegal Alien Criminals Where Raids Are Taking Place

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Massachusetts state rep – this should be her mug shot.

Democratic Massachusetts State Representative Michelle DuBois is openly breaking the law. She not only supports open borders and sanctuary cities, she helps illegal alien felons that law enforcement is trying to capture and deport.

She should be brought out in handcuffs.

Her Facebook posts are now scrubbed but we have the screenshots at the end of the article.

In her posts, she tells illegal aliens where raids are to be conducted and provides a number to call for help (at taxpayer expense). She is actively undermining law enforcement and federal law.

The Daily Caller reported that her post is being criticized, even in Socialist Massachusetts. Sheriff Thomas Hodgson accused DuBois of “completely [undermining] law enforcement.”

To CBS local, he said, “This is the most outrageous, outrageous example of what’s going on across the United States that’s undermining my job and every other law enforcement officer in the United States.”

Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Kirsten Hughes said she “demonstrated a complete disregard for her constituents’ safety” and “she should be ashamed of these reckless comments.”

There were no apologies because it’s Trump’s fault.

“This post is just to spread awareness of the seriousness of the new immigration policies instituted by Trump,” she wrote in an a response. “It should motivate those who can gain documentation to do so and others who can’t to start making a plan for the safety of their family.”

“I can send a message about a rumor to the people who live in my district,” she wrote in yet another.

She’s helping the law!!!

Asked by a reporter from Boston CBS local whether she thought the post could be construed as obstructing justice, she replied, “No, I don’t.”

DuBois also said she did not see a problem with disseminating a rumor and admitted, she did not contact ICE before doing so.

It wasn’t even true. She’s inciting people.

ICE said it does not release information regarding future operations and does not conduct random sweeps, checkpoints or raids.

“Any person who actively incites panic or fear of law enforcement is doing a disservice to the community, endangering public safety and the very people they claim to support and represent,” ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer said.

 

 

 

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  1. Without legal action against these people their actions will continue with impunity. The decision is clear.

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