This is a perfect example of how liberals take a problem and make it yours

This is a perfect example of how liberals take a problem and make it yours

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This is a perfect example of how liberals take a problem and make it yours
Flopping Aces ^ | 02-11-17 | DrJohn

Posted on 02/11/2017 11:47:44 AM PST by Starman417

Identity theft is a crime. A serious crime. Social Security theft is a crime. A serious crime.

Identity Theft

Identity (ID) theft is a crime where a thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or social security number, to commit fraud. The identity thief can use your information to fraudulently apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services. These acts can damage your credit status, and cost you time and money to restore your good name. You may not know that you are the victim of ID theft until you experience a financial consequence (mystery bills, credit collections, denied loans) down the road from actions that the thief has taken with your stolen identity.

Stealing a social security number is a felony.

Guadalupe García de Rayos is a convicted felon. She is also an illegal alien. She was convicted of identity theft in 2008. She made use of a stolen social security number to gain employment in the US. Read how this was characterized by AZ Central:

Garcia de Rayos has a felony criminal impersonation conviction. The conviction stems from a 2008 work-site raid carried out by then-Maricopa County Joe Arpaio’s deputies. The raid revealed Garcia de Rayos, among other unauthorized workers, had used a Social Security number belonging to someone else to illegally gain employment at Golfland Sunsplash amusement park in Mesa.

See how it was necessary to include Joe Arpaio, reviled by the left for enforcing immigration law.  Garcia de Rayos was finally deported and the MSM absolutely lost its mind over an illegally alien convicted felon being deported.

Scott Pelley:

One of the president’s recent orders prioritizes the deportation of illegal immigrants who have committed crimes. Well, Carter Evans found a woman caught by this order who had been allowed to remain in Phoenix under president Obama’s immigration policy.

Lester Holt:

In Arizona, an undocumented woman at the center of an immigration uproar has now been deported after 21 years living in the U.S., she was arrested yesterday and shipped back to Mexico today. Now the family she leaves behind is voicing their outrage and pointing fingers at the president.

Go to the link to read the rest of the sob story.

Identity theft is costly. Along with credit card fraud, identity theft is estimated to cost US consumers $16 billion in 2016. And it’s not just the money.

It’s been nearly three years since Brian Bateman’s identity was stolen, and he still finds it painful to talk about.

“Just the thought of doing this interview had me stressed all weekend,” says Bateman, a 38-year-old teacher in Morristown, New Jersey. “I don’t mind talking about it, but it’s just a reminder that every time I think I’m finished dealing with this, something else happens.”

Bateman’s identity was stolen in 2011 as part of a large East Coast identity theft ring that has landed at least seven people in jail. The ringleaders used stolen identity attributes to open credit cards in the victims’ names, then changed the victims’ address information to reroute their mail and hide the evidence. Although Bateman had no money stolen, the crime’s effects have lingered. “I still get collections notices,” he says. “I get 1099 forms for jobs I never held.”

Bateman is proof that even when there are no lasting financial effects, identity theft is far from a victimless crime. The emotional toll can be significant: between the hassle of changing bank accounts and passwords to worries of repeat crimes and lack of trust, being a fraud victim can lead to both psychological and physical distress.

Donald Trump promised to deport illegal alien criminals. The LA Times frets that felons will be considered felons for the purposes of deportation screening.

What drives some of crazy is liberal inability to accept consequences of one’s actions.

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KEYWORDS: immigration; rayos

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To: Starman417

This is a perfect example of how LEFTISTS take THEIR problem and TRY TO make it yours

2 posted on 02/11/2017 11:50:22 AM PST by Jim 0216

To: Starman417

What drives some of crazy is liberal inability to accept consequences of one’s actions.

They certainly have no problem demanding that you accept the consequences of their actions!

3 posted on 02/11/2017 11:52:30 AM PST by null and void (Trump’s critics have evolved from expecting Trump to be Hitler to preferring it.)

To: Starman417; Liz; Tennessee Nana

How Trump’s doing it is how I would do it. Get rid of the illegals who committed other crimes first. Then go after the rest.


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