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Carr: Maine, N.H. govs’ gaffes: Getting real on dealers (general)

by AC @, Sunday, March 05, 2017, 09:15 @ AC

Carr: Maine, N.H. govs’ gaffes: Getting real on dealers
Howie Carr Sunday, March 05, 2017

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu committed a gaffe this week. He told the truth.

As Michael Kinsley once pointed out, “A gaffe is when a politician tells the truth — some obvious truth he isn’t supposed to say.”

In a speech and later radio interview, Sununu pointed out what everyone knows, that “there’s no doubt” illegal immigrants are fueling the drug trade that is ravaging the nation, and that they hide out in “sanctuary cities” like, say, Lawrence.

“So you have undocumented drug dealers that are dealing these drugs,” Sununu said. “They are getting arrested, they are being given bail by judges ... they’re jumping bail, getting a new ID and they’re back in that same home, dealing drugs a week later. It’s an absolutely crazy system.”

Shocking! How dare Sununu speak ... the truth?

Last year, it was Gov. Paul Le­Page of Maine committing an even more egregious gaffe. He complained about black and Hispanic drug dealers named “D-Money, Smoothie and Shifty” selling heroin in Maine and then driving back down I-95 to Connecticut.

Shocking! How dare LePage speak ... the truth?

A couple of weeks ago, even the uber-PC Hartford Courant had to report on the aftermath of LePage’s appalling gaffe. The headline: “A Drug Dealer Behind Angry Criticism From Maine’s Governor Pleads Guilty.”

Among other things, the perp had been peddling crack in ­Bangor. The only thing LePage got wrong was the thug’s nicknames. He goes by the monikers of “Capo,” “Bapo” and “Pancho.”

FINISH READING this at: Boston Herald

illegal immigrant drug dealers, illegal immigrant sanctuary cities, Lawrence MA sanctuary city


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