Saturday, February 16, 2013
Midnight In Mexifornia, Mexico
It's Midnight in Phoenix, Arizona. I just took a call from my wife, who's been visiting her sister in San Jose, California. My wife, on her last night over there, was a passenger in her sister's family car. They were on their way home from a seafood dinner with friends in celebration of Lent. '
Literally, before they knew what hit them, a driver from behind plowed into them, rear-ending them so violently that it sent my wife's family's car spinning out of control on the highway. Fortunately, my brother-in-law was able to bring the car under control after several 360 degree spins around the highway and repeated collisions with the concrete medium.
The driver, who rear-ended them fled the scene. The demographics in the Southwest for these hit and run drivers indicates over 90% of the perpetrators are illegal Hispanics with the remaining ten percent being drunk drivers.
Upon taking this midnight call, I asked my wife if anyone was seriously injured. She said she's feeling some neck pain from the trauma of the violent collision and that, other than whiplash from the force of the hit everyone seemed to be okay. I breathed a sigh of relief.
The wife said they were just then standing on the side of the road. Police and paramedics have arrived at the scene. She said, as soon as law enforcement completes taking the report they will be transferred to the police station so that they find out where their wrecked car will be towed for repair, then they will be released so that they can call a cab to take them home.
I am not surprised by the hit and run incident. California (Mexifornia) is now a lawless state infested with ten million illegal Mexicans. Between the state and municipal traffic reports there are over two hundred hit and run traffic accidents a day now in Mexifornia, over twenty times more than before the illegal invasion. Law Enforcement in Mexifornia treat these accidents as casually as they would treat a charge of petty theft. They have become accustomed to it. Almost always when police are able to run down the hit and run driver they find he's an illegal Mexican, driving without license, car registration or insurance.
The famous Greek Scholar, Stanford Professor, and cultural writer, Victor Davis Hansen recently wrote of being the victim of hit and run accidents on three different occasions in a two year period. He lives on a small farm just outside Selma, California. Hansen says that, after the last accident, police were able to apprehend the hit and run driver. Turned out to be an illegal Mexican woman. Amazingly, the officer preparing the report tried to talk Hansen out of even filing a report. The officer told Hansen that his insurance would cover the damages and reporting this accident could only cause much misery for the illegal driver.
So, in the land of the lawless, my wife and her sister's family are standing out on the side of the road, shivering in the cold, waiting for the officer to file his report; a report that will be digitally filed in some master file containing tens of thousands of hit and run accidents in the state of Mexifornia and will never be marked "case solved, case closed".
Just another "routine" incident where the lawless go unpunished and the law abiding suffer. I'm just glad that everyone walked away without serious injury. My family could have been one of those unfortunates who are routinely killed or critically injured by an illegal invader who knows no law that ever applies to him, and for a state that welcomes the lawlessness with open arms.
Sad. Damned Sad.
Note: Just made a follow up call to my wife. She said the officer who was to transport them from the accident scene had to make another stop on the way; he had to call for backup and handle a drunk driver at another location before they could proceed for home. Just another night in lawless Mexifornia.