A few days ago a man was shot and killed by police in El Cajon, California. He is one of THOUSANDS of refugees who’ve been dumped into communities across America. The El Cajon area is a suburb of San Diego. The refugee resettlement program started dumping refugees here many years ago but most recently it’s been the West Africans. You just have to ask yourself if these people REALLY fit the true definition of what we call a refugee. The refugee program has become more of a way to relocate third worlders who’re impoverished. That’s called an economic migrant…which is liberal speak for a moocher who wants a better life and the freebies that will automatically come with it when they arrive in America. Can you blame them? I fault our lax government policy and the Obama agenda of “spreading the wealth”. As Americans, we’re expected to foot the bill for third worlders as our veterans and homeless suffer. Hillary Clinton wants to continue this policy…please keep this in mind when you go to vote in November. Americans first!



EL CAJON, Calif. — US authorities tried twice to deport the unarmed black man fatally shot by police in El Cajon, California, but his native Uganda refused to take him.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Thursday in a statement to the Associated Press that Alfred Olango stopped reporting to officers in February 2015.

Spokeswoman Virginia Kice didn’t know if officers tried to find him after that.

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Olango arrived as a refugee in 1991 and was ordered deported in 2002 after being convicted on drug charges. He was released under a US Supreme Court ruling barring detention of foreign nationals if deportation is unlikely.

Immigration authorities took Olango into custody in 2009 after a firearms conviction but were again unable to obtain travel documents. Via: NYP

Fast Forward to what happened a few days ago:

The El Cajon Police Chief while trying to read out what happened after police officers shot and killed a black man, encountered a VERY hostile crowd who wouldn’t listen and kept shouting obscenities. It was chaos! Why was this police chief even doing this? Just listen to the crowd work themselves into a frenzy. Unreal!

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Police officers shot and killed a black man they said drew an object from his pocket, pointed it at an officer and took what appeared to be a “shooting stance” in a San Diego suburb Tuesday, raising tensions among residents near the scene of the incident.

Officers were called around 2 p.m. PT to the Broadway Village Shopping Center in El Cajon, Calif., around 15 miles northeast of San Diego, after hearing reports of an uncooperative person walking into traffic, El Cajon police said in a statement.

El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis said at a news conference that: “At one point the male rapidly drew an object from his front pants pocket, placed both hands together on it and extended it rapidly towards the officer taking what appeared to be a shooting stance, putting the object in the officer’s face.



“At this time one of the officers discharged his Taser in an effort to subdue the subject. Simultaneously the officer who had the object pointed at him discharged his firearm, striking the male.”

He did not say what the object was, but acknowledged it was not a weapon. Davis said investigators were reviewing the video and other video recovered from the scene, which so far coincided with the officers’ statements.

Authorities said officers provided first aid on the scene and took the man to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Alfred Olango pictured below:



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