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For Immediate Release: Rare, Important Message to Supporters Of ‘We Build The Wall’

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For Immediate Release – A very rare, yet exceptionally important message to our loyal readers regarding the safety of our nation:

Democrats have driven a deep wedge between Americans. They are desperately trying to convince citizens that protecting our nation’s southern border is “immoral,” that our lives, the future for our children, and the sovereignty of our nation is not as important providing a better life for illegal immigrants who don’t respect our country’s laws.

A border wall has never been more crucial to preserving American values than it is right now and We The People are sick of waiting for it, which should have been built decades ago.

We’re building it ourselves through private funding, eliminating bureaucratic red tape that has no business preventing we protecting our border, all due to depraved power plays in politics.

Go HERE to show your support LOUD and PROUD – Proceeds fund the wall & We need YOUR Help to make it happen!

Leading the cause to make actual history happen is a hero who knows sacrifice all too well. Senior Airman Brian Kolfage Jr. is a Purple Heart recipient, having received the medal after losing three limbs fighting for our country in Iraq. He hasn’t stopped fighting for our nation after losing both his legs and his dominant arm.

Kolfage is now defending our safety again by building the wall through the GoFundMe campaign he began to start the monumental project, called “We Build The Wall.” The campaign raised over $20 million in just over a month. But that’s just the start.

This incredible financial contribution raised by proud, hardworking, Americans has allowed the project to begin. Kolfage and his impressive team of advisors have identified a site for the wall along our border and construction is set to begin in just a matter of weeks.

Preserve a piece of history in the making HERE with a Limited Edition Commemorative Coin or Exclusive Coin Set – Proceeds fund The Wall 

This is happening thanks to the support of US citizens, on both sides of the aisle, who want a wall, regardless of what Speaker Nancy Pelosi says. However, there are miles more to go to complete this historical project. As such, we have a special offer for anyone who would like to help.

When you buy any product in the store, you are directly funding the construction of the wall.

As a token of our appreciation, we have decided to release Official We Build The Wall Inc. Limited Edition Collector’s Coins. They are all numbered sequentially making each coin unique. We wanted to make sure the coins collector’s value could only increase as the construction of the wall continues. The best part is knowing that every coin purchased directly funded the border wall and make America safe.

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Countless lives taken by illegal aliens could have been spared had a formidable barrier at the border been in place. Instead, our protection has been politicized. Your life and the lives of your loved ones have been disregarded by the left who simply wants to see President Donald Trump not accomplish his biggest campaign promise of a border wall.

There’s no better way to prove to the Democrats that we are serious about our security than to build the long-promised wall ourselves, especially because they don’t think we can, but we are!

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Ninth Circuit Dismisses Steinle Family Lawsuit Against San Francisco For Sanctuary

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We need the wall so there are no more Kate Steinles.

Via San Francisco Examiner:

“A federal appeals court on Monday upheld the dismissal of a negligence claim against the city of San Francisco and a former sheriff by the parents of a woman killed by a bullet from a gun held by an undocumented immigrant.

Kate Steinle, 32, was killed while walking on Pier 14 in SanFrancisco on July 1, 2015 by a ricocheting bullet from a gun held by Jose Ines Garcia Zarate.

Garcia Zarate, a Mexican citizen with a history of drug convictions and illegal reentries after deportation, was released from San Francisco county jail two and a half months earlier.

Steinle’s parents claimed the city and former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi were negligent in failing to honor a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement request for notification of the release.

But a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco said that while federal laws require the sharing of some information with ICE, the laws “plainly and unambiguously” do not require notification of release dates.

The court said Mirkarimi was acting within his discretion when he issued a 2015 memo limiting the amount of information jail staff could give federal authorities about the release of undocumented immigrants.

The panel upheld a similar ruling by U.S. Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero in 2017 dismissing the claim against the city and the sheriff in the lawsuit filed by parents James Steinle and Elizabeth Sullivan.

But the lawsuit still retains a claim against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management that the parents can seek to take to trial.

The gun held by Garcia Zarate was stolen four days earlier from a sports utility vehicle that an off-duty ranger had parked along the Embarcadero several blocks from Pier 14. The parents claim the ranger violated a duty to secure the loaded handgun properly.

Garcia Zarate was acquitted in a San Francisco Superior Court trial of Steinle’s murder, but was convicted of being an ex-felon in possession of a gun. He is appealing that conviction. He has contended he found the gun wrapped in rags under a bench and that it fired accidentally when he picked it up.

Andrea Guzman, a spokesperson for City Attorney Dennis Herrera, said in a statement, “Kathryn Steinle’s death was a senseless tragedy. As a city, we are heartbroken for her family and continue to grieve for their loss.

“The issue before the court was whether the city and its taxpayers can be held liable under these circumstances for the actions of a former inmate. The appellate court affirmed that the city is not liable and that federal law did not compel the sheriff to act differently than he did,” the statement continued.

“The court’s ruling allows the city to decide what policies are best to protect all of its residents and make communities safer,” the statement said.

A representative of the parents’ lawyers was not immediately available for comment.

Mirkarimi’s memo was based on a city law, known as the San Francisco sanctuary ordinance, that limits cooperation with federal immigration authorities except when required by federal or state law.

The memo generally prohibited employees from providing non-public information, including release dates or times, to ICE representatives except when required by a warrant, court order or federal or state law.

Circuit Judge Mark Bennett, a recent appointee of President Donald Trump, wrote that the local rule barring most notifications of release was a policy decision outside the province of the court.

“The tragic and unnecessary death of Steinle may well underscore the policy argument against Sheriff Mirkarimi’s decision to bar his employees from providing the release date of a many-times convicted felon to ICE,” Bennett said in the decision.

“But that policy argument can be acted upon only by California’s state and municipal political branches of government, or perhaps by Congress — but not by federal judges,” Bennett wrote for the court.

In the decision’s conclusion, Bennett reiterated, “Our holding today makes no judgment as to whether or not the policy established by the memo was wise or prudent. That is not our job.”

Garcia Zarate was transferred to the sheriff’s custody on March 26, 2015 to face a previous marijuana-selling charge after he completed a nearly four-year federal sentence for illegal re-entry following deportation. When the marijuana charge was dropped, he was released from the city jail on April 15.”

DONATE NOW TO BUILD THE WALL WITH BRIAN KOLFAGE, CLICK BELOW:

This is IMPORTANT. If you donated before January 11th and you want your contribution to go towards CONSTRUCTION of the WALL, you need to tell GoFundMe by clicking the link below:

OPT-IN TO HAVE YOUR MONEY GO TOWARDS BUILDING THE WALL HERE

Anyone who donated before January 11th has 90 days to tell GoFundMe to use their contribution to build the wall.

If you donated after January 11th, you don’t have to do anything.

To donate to Kolfage’s wall fund, go to the official GoFundMe account HERE

CHECK DONATIONS:
We Build the Wall, Inc.
PO Box 131567 Houston, Texas 77219-1567

The official wall fundraiser & construction site is at www.webuildthewall.us
Follow Brian Kolfage on Twitter HERE
Like his verified Facebook page HERE

Contacts:
Jennifer Lawrence – Communications Director
media@webuildthewall.us
Cell: 845-800-1552

Story compiled by Jeff Rainforth for We Build the Wall, Inc.

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ICE Seeks Removal Of Illegal Alien Involved In Boston Shooting

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Via Boston Herald:

“A man police say was involved in a shooting that left a broken window at the Prudential Center Sunday has been in the country illegally and is now facing deportation, according to federal agents.

U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman John Mohan said in a statement Monday the agency placed an immigration detainer on Mario Escobar, a citizen of Honduras, who is in the country illegally.

“ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations Boston has lodged an immigration detainer on Mario Escobar-Flores a citizen of Honduras unlawfully present in the United States, following his arrest by the Boston Police Department on local charges,” the statement said. ICE “will seek his removal following resolution of the local charges.”

Escobar, 28, who lives in Roxbury, and Carlos Perez-Mejia, 25, of Jamaica Plain, were arrested sometime after 2 a.m. Sunday after police responded to a radio call for shots fired outside the window of a car near the Back Bay Social Club on Boylston Street.

Police later found ballistic damage to a window on the 11th floor of 888 Boylston St., part of the Prudential Center complex.

According to an incident report, Escobar was the driver of the vehicle while Perez-Mejia was in the passenger seat. Police said they located a 9 mm Ruger handgun inside a bag underneath the passenger seat during a search.

According to the report, Perez-Mejia was yelling to “let my homeboy go, he’s good,” during the encounter with police.

The report also said Perez-Mejia later told police: “Yo, I’ve been through this before and beat it. That’s why I don’t care if I get the 18 months.”

The two were arraigned at Boston Municipal Court on Monday, where prosecutor Mariah O’Rourke asked that the men be held on $20,000 bail each.

Judge Tracy-Lee Lyons set Perez-Mejia’s cash bail at $10,000 and Escobar’s at $4,500 and ordered both to have GPS bracelets along with set curfews. Escobar’s court-appointed attorney Lauren Thomas argued that by Perez-Mejia’s own admission, her client had little involvement in the incident. Not guilty pleas were entered on their behalf.

Thomas said Escobar has been in the U.S. since he was 10 years old and had a “very strong support structure in the community.””

DONATE NOW TO BUILD THE WALL WITH BRIAN KOLFAGE, CLICK BELOW:

This is IMPORTANT. If you donated before January 11th and you want your contribution to go towards CONSTRUCTION of the WALL, you need to tell GoFundMe by clicking the link below:

OPT-IN TO HAVE YOUR MONEY GO TOWARDS BUILDING THE WALL HERE

Anyone who donated before January 11th has 90 days to tell GoFundMe to use their contribution to build the wall.

If you donated after January 11th, you don’t have to do anything.

To donate to Kolfage’s wall fund, go to the official GoFundMe account HERE

CHECK DONATIONS:
We Build the Wall, Inc.
PO Box 131567 Houston, Texas 77219-1567

The official wall fundraiser & construction site is at www.webuildthewall.us
Follow Brian Kolfage on Twitter HERE
Like his verified Facebook page HERE

Contacts:
Jennifer Lawrence – Communications Director
media@webuildthewall.us
Cell: 845-800-1552

Story compiled by Jeff Rainforth for We Build the Wall, Inc.

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