DHS Immigrant Dump-Off Stopped By Residents Of Oracle Arizona

Oracle residents camping out to stop federal buses (Photo: Patrick Henningsen – Copyright 2014)

Oracle residents camping out to stop federal buses (Photo: Patrick Henningsen – Copyright 2014)

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Health and Human Services (HHS) were planning to bus-in approximately 40 unaccompanied illegal immigrant minors to the Sycamore Canyon Boys Ranch, located in Oracle, Arizona, but the plan came to a halt as peaceful, law-abiding residents exercised their First Amendment right to challenge Washington’s latest the border surge scheme.

This marked federal bureaucrat’s latest attempt to at forced resettlement in southwest region of the US, as Washington DC attempted to traffic yet more more illegals via the DHS and HHS, into a rural community located in southern Arizona. Federal buses carrying Washington’s latest consignment of underaged immigrants were due to arrive in Oracle at 8:30am, but word reached the campsite at 3pm that the buses would not be be coming because of the protest mounted by local residents.

21WIRE and GMN reporter Patrick Henningsen was on the ground reporting from the protest encampment nearby the proposed housing facility there. Three hundred peaceful protestors rallied at the early hours of the morning and were met with little or no opposition from pro-amnesty and open border Latino groups like La Raza who cleared out early in the day, having been vastly outnumbered by local residents voicing their concerns about illegals being transported into their community.

Pinal County Sheriffs were on hand to keep the peace (Photo: Patrick Henningsen – Copyright 2014)

Pinal County Sheriffs were on hand to keep the peace (Photo: Patrick Henningsen – Copyright 2014)

Local residents were also joined by members of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), as well as Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, and former Arizona State Senator and author of the controversial SB1070 state’s rights bill, Russell Pearce. Pearce was thrust into the national spotlight in 2010, for his role in authoring and sponsoring the SB 1070 legislation, a law which strengthened state law enforcement procedures by requiring those that are suspected of being illegals need to provide government issued documents or face a potential misdemeanor, as it is a crime for an alien to be in Arizona without holding proper identification. Since the passing of SB 1070, the city of Phoenix is enjoying a 30 year low in crime.

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