This Is What Trump Didn’t Tell You About The Murderer In His Latest Racist Ad
Donald Trump released a video on Thursday in an attempt to fearmonger his supporters into voting for Republicans because Democrats are letting in criminal immigrants into the country.
But that’s far from the truth, which it’s no surprise that Trump would tell yet another lie.
New reports reveal that the man from the video who was an undocumented criminal who killed to U.S. police officers was actually deported by former President Bill Clinton.
And it doesn’t end there. It was actually Republicans who allowed this man to reenter the country.
Luis Bracamontes, the cop killer featured in Trump’s video, “was first deported during the Clinton administration and later slipped back into the U.S. during the George W. Bush administration, according to federal documents obtained by the Sacramento Bee,” HuffPost reports.
“Bracamontes initially entered the country illegally in 1993 and was deported in 1997 following a drug sentence. He was back in the country a year later and arrested on another drug charge in Phoenix but was released for ‘unknown reasons’ under Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s custody and continued to live in the U.S.”
Bracamontes then reentered the country to marry a U.S. citizen during the Bush administration, according to The Bee. This was the last time he entered the country and eventually committed the murder of two police officers.
Trump decided to pardon Arpaio last year, the man responsible for setting Bracamontes free.
Trump will continue to try and fearmonger people without releasing the facts. Don’t let his falsehoods influence you. Read the facts before you make an opinion.