Skip to comments.North Texas Officers Accepting Church-Issued ID Cards
Posted on 05/06/2018 9:36:31 AM PDT by risen_feenix
Some undocumented immigrants living in North Texas are getting church-issued identification cards through a local partnership.
While they're not official government-issued documents, some law enforcement agencies will recognize them.
(Excerpt) Read more at nbcdfw.com ...
These ID cards are given out at the discretion of individual parishes for a reasonable fee, of course. Determining the validity of the application is left to the discretion of each individual organization, with reports of a simple "vouching" as to a person's identity by a previously established parisioner.
The stated purpose at this time is to make it easier for police to establish a person's identity when filing a police report, reporting a crime, etc. The real purpose, of course, is so the ID cards can be used in the same way as the Matricula Consular ID cards issued by the Mexican government. These are used by Mexican nationals residing in the USA without legal immigration documentation, to satisfy the requirements in matters which require an "official" form of identification (acquiring a driver's license, voter registration, school enrollment, etc.).
With the addition of these Church ID cards, the convenience and power of the Matricula Consular is now available to any immigrants who are currently ineligible any other form of valid "official" identification.
Just in time for the 2018 election cycle. Have no doubt, now: 2018 is the year Texas moves from a "Red" state to a "Purple" battleground state.
We should all print up our own fake IDs and demand they receive the same acceptance as matricula cards or these church IDs
some law enforcement agencies will recognize them.
No US law enforcement agency should accept fraudulent documents from fraudulently documented foreigners.
When did our government switch sides?
I’ll take “Selective Separation of Church and State” for $500, Alex.
I didn’t need to read the article to guess that the Catholic Church was behind this because most Hispanics are Catholic and their offerings end up enriching the Catholic
church. Much like the Democrats garnering their votes.
“When did our government switch sides?”
Officially? January 20, 2009, lol.
October 3, 1965 however, was when we ended our old-fashioned and successful merit/skill-based system that resulted in, primarily European and Canadian immigration.
In its place we established our current system built around: the visa lottery and war refugees. But the biggest contingent ended up being chain migration/ “family reunification” of those earlier-accepted lottery winners and refugees.
Since 1965, instead of requiring self-sufficient immigrants, the majority came immediately receiving welfare. The ethnic makeup of lottery immigrants of the new program was reflective of world population, supplemented by refugees wherever there was war (the “third world”). As such immigration was about 70% from Latin America and Asia.
And we have been increasing the numbers from those categories every few years since 1965, so that immigration numbers went from 160,000 to over 1,000,000 every year. The majority of those go directly onto some forms of welfare subsidies.
Of course since the 1990s we have had huge increases of immigration from Muslim countries, of immigrants who actually hate us. That is going to be fun going forward.
Everyone should go to the Catholic Churches doing this and insist theyre an illegal Mexican and need an ID card, under a different name of course. Inundate them.
Remember the good old days when Texas had the reputation of being conservative, sane and serious?
I'm always wary of these "interfaith" organizations - too many of them are up to no good. With a website URL that includes the compound word "nationbuilder", this Dallas Area Interfaith bunch is certainly telegraphing its' end goal.
I wonder what the governor and state attorney general think about this practice?
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