‘Inclusive’ County Blames Conservatives After Eighth Illegal Immigrant Arrested for Alleged Sex Crime
Instead of addressing the problem, however, the county government only blamed conservatives.
The Aug. 28 arrest of Nigerian national Oluwakayode Adebusuyi for allegedly raping an intoxicated woman in Montgomery County was the tipping point for many.
NEW: Police say 26yo Oluwakayode Adebusuyi raped an intoxicated woman in his car.
Per ICE, the Nigerian native is living in the U.S. illegally.
This is at least the eighth undocumented immigrant charged with rape or sex abuse of a minor in Montgomery County, Md. since July 25. pic.twitter.com/cBHXDZeYqC
— Kevin Lewis (@ABC7Kevin) September 9, 2019
Adebusuyi was accused of a separate sex crime last year, but those charges were mysteriously dropped.
His most recent arrest marks the eighth time an illegal immigrant was arrested in the county for an alleged sex crime since July.
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While many blame the county’s sanctuary-like policies, the county maintains it is not a sanctuary jurisdiction.
But don’t be fooled — this county is a sanctuary jurisdiction in everything but name.
Despite its disregard for the rule of law, which has allowed illegal immigrants to thrive and allegedly commit crimes in the county, the local government is now seemingly ignoring the problem and shifting blame to “inaccurate information spread by the White House, President Trump, Acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli, local and national conservative news outlets and neo-Nazi sympathizers.”
NEW: Montgomery County, Md. issues statement calling recent sexual assaults “horrendously vile acts.”
The county also accused the @WhiteHouse @realDonaldTrump @USCISCuccinelli neo-Nazi sympathizers + “local and national conservative news outlets” of spreading false information. pic.twitter.com/JTzOYIjFO3
— Kevin Lewis (@ABC7Kevin) September 6, 2019
Let that sink in.
The county’s policies allowed eight people to illegally stay in America, unafraid, while they allegedly committed sex crimes against legal citizens.
Locals weren’t happy with the county attempting to pass the buck, either.
Protests formed Friday following the arrest of Adebusuyi and the county’s attempt to shift the blame.
The Help Save Maryland rally, sponsored by the Concerned Citizens Coalition of Montgomery County, drew several hundred people to protest the county’s actions and sanctuary policies.
It’s up to this “inclusive” county to change its ways and put Americans first.
If they’re unable to do that, it’s time for a change in leadership.
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