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Obama-appointed judge: Border fence is racist against Mexicans
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 54913631:MV8yNTc5Mjc2XzQ0OTI5MDQ5XzY5NEJFNjZD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 15041895:MV8yNTc5Mjc2XzQ0OTI2NTEyX0RENDYxOTFD] So then burglar bars on your home windows are racist against [fill in the blank]. [/quote] anyone that isnot an American, according to the Idiot Race. [/quote]
A Homeland Security initiative to put fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border could discriminate against minorities, according to an Obama-appointed federal judge
who’s ruled that the congressionally-approved project may have a “disparate impact on lower-income minority communities.”
This of course means that protecting the porous—and increasingly violent—southern border is politically incorrect. At least that’s what the public college professor at the center of the case is working to prove and this month she got help from a sympathetic federal judge.
, a clinical professor at the taxpayer-funded University of Texas-Austin, is researching the “human rights impact” of erecting a barrier to protect the U.S. from terrorists, illegal immigrants, drug traffickers and other serious threats.
Violent crime in the region has been well documented with heavily armed Mexican drug cartels taking over chunks of land that serve as routes to move cargo north.
In fact, a few years ago a State Department report exposed a “dramatic increase in violence” along the Mexican border and warned of “violent attacks and persistent security concerns” in the area.
The document also lists tens of thousands of narcotics-related murders attributed to sophisticated and heavily armed drug cartels competing with each other for trafficking routes into the U.S.
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