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American Sued by Illegal Aliens

You can’t make this stuff up! I wish it were made up, but it’s very real. This story is a few weeks old, but I am still so outraged by it that I can’t seem to let it go. The U.S. court system recently allowed 16 illegal aliens to sue an American citizen for “violating their civil liberties” while they were trespassing on his property in an attempt to illegally sneak into this country. I am dumbfounded. How the heck can you have civil liberties while in the act of committing at least two crimes, one of them federal?
I am convinced that the men who threw the tea into Boston Harbor in 1773, were they alive today, would storm the courthouse and quite possibly burn it to the ground.  And I must say, while I don’t advocate violence as the answer, they’d be quite reasonable to do so.  Our courts have thrown out all reason and any semblance of Common Sense in an effort to race each other to the bottom in the name of “progressiveness”.
The Government can’t manage to protect our border as thousands of foreigners “break in” to this country every night.  Many of them cross the property of private citizens on their way into the country and in the process often steal or cause damage to the property of American citizens.  This leaves these people with no choice but to attempt to defend themselves and their own property.
Ironic isn’t it?  The government refuses to do one of the very few things they are actually empowered to do (protect the borders and the citizenry) and then has the nerve to allow criminals to turn around and sue American citizens who were simply protecting themselves and their property.  Where does the insanity end?

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