Jeh Johnson Tells Border Patrol in Arizona to Release Illegals Driving Drunk



The protected invading class, who could be terrorists and drug cartel members, can now get a pass from Border Patrol if they drive drunk. This government does not consider morality or the rights of citizens. They see no obligation to protect citizenry, only their protected classes.

An internal memo has advised border patrol agents in Arizona to stop apprehending drunk drivers in an effort to protect illegal immigrants who are driving drunk.

The government hates Arizona.

The notice titled “Enforcement Options With Alcohol-Impaired Drivers” directs the 4,000-plus U.S. Border Patrol agents in the Tucson, Arizona sector to “release” individuals under the influence and “allow them to go on their way.”

“If you allow this driver to continue down the road and they kill someone, aren’t you liable?” The answer is no, according to the new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memo. “There is no legal requirement for a Border Patrol agent to intervene in a state crime, including DUI,” the order says, adding that “therefore there is generally no liability that will attach to the agent or agency for failing to act in this situation.”

“There is no duty to detain the alcohol-impaired individual,” the memo says, “but if you do this option can raise potential liability for the agent and the agency.”

Another scenario tells Border Patrol agents the if they detain a drunk driver at the request of state or local law enforcement, it would pose the greatest liability for the agent and the agency. They would be at risk for a “civil lawsuit.”

Border Patrol is the critical frontline DHS agency protection keeping terrorists and weapons, including WMDs, from entering the U.S. They protect us from dangerous people. They are being told to turn the other way when a dangerous drunk driver is caught.

Border Patrol is being told they are not peace officers.

Listen to the mother of a son killed by a drunk driver who was also here in this country illegally.


Watch: Judicial Watch

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