Earlier this week Connecticut Governor Dannel Patrick Malloy defied President Donald Trump’s deportation policy of criminal illegal aliens by informing school and law enforcement officials not to enforce federal immigration laws. (See memo at bottom of post or here.)
Two days later, Oscar Obedio Hernandez, an illegal alien from El Salvador murdered his girlfriend and absconded with their six-year-old daughter to Pennsylvania.
Hernandez returned to the United States after being deported on November 27, 2013 following the issuance of a judge’s order one month earlier.
In a double stabbing, Nidia Gonzalez, 26 was stabbed to death during a domestic dispute along with her friend who remains in critical condition. (Likely illegal aliens themselves although there is no mention in the articles of their status in the country.)
The double stabbing occurred at 69 Greenwood Street in Bridgeport around 2:45 a.m. Friday. Bridgeport Police Chief AJ Perez called the case the “ugly, ugly side of domestic violence.” He said the man and woman were living together but were not married. He said alcohol was involved and the victim was stabbed at least 14 times. He appeared visibly shaken updating the case.
Chief Perez also said Oscar Hernandez is known to Bridgeport police for another situation in which there was a restraining order against him. Police say this was for an assault case involving another woman, not Aylin’s mother Gonzalez[…]
An amber alert was issued for the couple’s daughter, Aylin Sofia Hernandez, 6 and cancelled later after Hernandez was stop and detained on I-99 in Philipsburg, Pennsylvania. The child was unharmed…physically.
So, what does Gov. Malloy have to say about this murder by an illegal alien that occurred within days of his declaring Connecticut a sanctuary state for illegal aliens far and wide? (sarcasm)
According to a statement released Kelly Donnelly spokeswoman for Gov. Malloy:
“Our local laws are designed to protect our residents and also ensure that those in harm’s way feel safe seeking help from law enforcement. That’s why convicted violent felons are detained for deportation under our state laws that the governor has consistently and strongly supported.”
So, let me get this straight, Malloy is taking the stand that Connecticut already has a policy of “detaining” convicted illegal alien felons for deportation under the state’s law but opposes President Trump’s deportation policy of deporting criminal illegal aliens?
Murderer, Oscar Hernandez is proof that the state of Connecticut does not enforce its immigration laws but don’t take my word for it.
Malloy had a sit down the other night with Tucker Carlson and what he had to say should enrage every American.