June 6, 2016 9:02 am ET
Senate hopeful Szeliga turns back on U.S. crime victims, fails to respond to questions on Kate’s Law
Source: No Voice for the Victims
Some of you may remember a while back when I published a series of columns/blogs on Kate’s Law and the politicians who took “Blood Money” to defeat it.
To bring you up to date, here are the links to the articles:
The bottom line is that Kate’s law does one thing—protect U.S. citizens from violent illegals by keeping the illegals from reentering the country and committing more crimes.
The law would give a mandatory 5-year prison term to any illegal who was deported for committing a felony and subsequently comes right back into the country.
This is a no brainer. It’s about criminals preying on our citizens. For those who cry that there is no need for such a law, you should focus on the recent stats that show an upsurge in violent crime by illegals crossing our porous borders.
It has also been reported that potential terrorists are now entering our nation through our unprotected southern sieve.
To that end, I want to know why pols are either accepting blood money to defeat Kate’s Law, not supporting the law, or both.
Here is a copy of an email I sent to Kathy Szeliga, U.S. Senate hopeful, seeking a response. (This was after calling her office seeking a comment and getting nowhere.)
Ms. Kathy Szeliga
Candidate for U.S. Senate
Dear Ms. Szeliga:
(For the record)
A while back I had written several columns/blogs on Kate’s Law. I contacted your office and never received a reply.
Here are the articles:
(Note repetitive links were deleted)
The articles explain Kate’s Law in detail.
Your opponent is soaked in it and yet I hear nothing from your camp.
How do you stand on this issue and will you back the Republican candidate for President, whomever it may be?
Here is my profile page along with some numbers on readership:
Did I get a response from both attempts to get a simple response from the Senatorial Candidate?
The answer to that question is a resounding NO!
It seems that Ms. Szeliga is no different than the rest of the “do nothing, say nothing” cancer of politicians who’d rather bow down to the god of liberalism to the point of putting our people at risk than defend our citizens.
Yet Ms. Szeliga calls herself a Republican. She and I have a different definition of that term, it seems.
Here is a quote from her campaign website:
“We have a paralyzed government incapable of solving even our most basic needs. “
One of those basic needs is not to be victimized by crime, especially by illegals who repeatedly reenter this country to commit more crimes against our citizens while those sworn to protect us turn a blind eye.
No wonder many Americans despise politicians.
Do you see anything interesting about Ms. Szeliga’s website? There is nothing of substance to it. It’s the typical pleas for money and volunteers while offering bumper stickers and yard signs.
Where is Ms. Szeliga’s plan of action? What is her agenda? What is she going to do to fix the problems?
You won’t find the answers on the website.
This is interesting. During a debate televised on WJZ TV 13, Delegate Szeliga made a startling statement, “We must protect our borders.”
Ms. Szeliga, I’m sure the Kate Steinle family would love to hear those words, but not in a hollow and disingenuous way.
The sad part is that, during the entire campaign on both sides, this issue was never mentioned (to my knowledge).
The Sun never mentioned it, certainly the Dems never uttered a word about it, and the blood money crowd did everything they could to push this under the rug.
How could any politician not support such a law?
I’ll tell you why. Because they are cowards and unwilling to stand up to the PC police, which rules to the point of the downward slide of this country.
I could write a whole other blog on this subject, but the bottom line is that candidate Szeliga not much different than her counterpart, Congressman Chris Van Hollen. The only exception is that he took a ton of money to defeat Kate’s Law.
My conclusion to this jaded matter is that I will not vote for either of the candidates because I hate frauds and disingenuous politicians who pander for votes by any means to stay in power and climb the political ladder while stepping squarely on the backs of our citizens.
One final thing—I guess I can’t practice my right to free speech on Ms. Szeliga’s website, because there is no room for comments from anyone who does not sing her praises.
So much for, “Of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
Note: After writing and calling Ms. Szeliga’s office for a comment I have been bombarded with campaign adds asking for money and to volunteer.
Don’t hold you breath –Campaign Szeliga, and please no more adds.