From: A Pennsylvania Reader [Email him]
When a man with a Hispanic-sounding name is reported as having committed and facilitated horrific crimes in Texas, Arkansas and now in a small farming community in Pennsylvania, I get suspicious of some sort of immigration violation. I have no evidence as yet to back up my suspicion. I will see if the local media sources open up about this at all, sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t.
Accused of raping and sexually assaulting six young girls over a period of eight years, a New Holland man now faces 33 criminal charges, most of them felonies.
Gustavo A. Rendon, 51, also is accused of parading unclothed girls in front of other adults and, on one occasion, letting other men rape one of the children, according to charging documents.
According to a criminal complaint filed Friday by state police in Lancaster, the girls said Rendon abused them over a period of seven years from 2003 to 2010, during which they ranged in age from 2 to 14 years old.
The abuse took place in Texas and Arkansas before Pennsylvania, where the girls were assaulted in Berks and Lancaster counties, the children told police.
New Holland man raped, assaulted 6 children for years: police, by Sean Sauro, LancasterOnline, April 24, 2020
James Fulford writes: It's obvious that in addition to being a New Holland man, Mr. Rendon must also have been a Texas man and an an Arkansas man. When enquiring minds want to know is whether he was also a Guanajato man, a Guatemala City man, or a Bolivia man.
And the question of whether he was legal or illegal doesn't matter. It doesn't make the victims of a Mexican rapist feel any better to know that the rapist had a Green Card in his pocket.
When Donald Trump came down the escalator and said
"When Mexico sends its people, they are not sending their best. They are not sending you. They are sending people that have lots of problems, and they are bringing those problems to us. They are bringing drugs and they are bringing crime, and they’re rapists.”
he was talking mostly about illegals, but it's true of Mexican legal immigrants, too. (He knew this, by the way, because he'd read Ann Coulter's Adios America, Chapter 11, which asked the question at right.)