The famous Arizona sheriff known as “America’s Toughest Sheriff”, Joe Arpaio, was well-known for his hard-nosed stance against immigration lawbreakers and his tent-based jails. Arpaio and loyalists within the Federal government worked hand-in-hand to curb illegal immigration, while being opposed by the forces of George Soros and the Obama administration. These forces were trying to stop Arpaio efforts at stemming the tide of human trafficking in Arizonawhich has earned Arpaio both staunch enemies and allies.

Arpaio vs. Holder and Obama

Former Maricopa Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, has been at war with the Department of Justice for years. This former DEA agent understands the “ins and the outs” of gun-running, drug dealing and child-sex-trafficking as it relates to the former Obama administration.

As the Sheriff of Maricopa County, he was privy to the illegal activites of the Mexican cartels, associated terror groups and key members of the Obama administration who either sanctioned or purposely turned a blind eye to these heinous practices. When Arpaio refused to capitulate and go along to get along, he was targeted.

Arpaio vs. the DOJ and the Drug Cartels

Please allow this writer to remind the readers that under Obama and then Attorney General Eric Holder, that the Fast Furious gun running operation which placed American guns in the hands of the drug cartels in order to blame the Second Amendment for the violence coming to America, that it has already been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that Obama and Holder broke the law and Fast and Furious is absolutely proven to be true. As a by-product of this illegal activity in which Holder’s DOJ shipped guns to the cartels, Border Patrol agent, Brian Terry was murdered with one of these guns. Eric Holder was made to answer for these crimes in front  Congress and he refused to answer questions and turn over key documents related to the operation and he was found guilty of Contempt of Congress.

From Politico:

The House has voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over his failure to turn over documents related to the Fast and Furious scandal, the first time Congress has taken such a dramatic move against a sitting Cabinet official.

The vote was 255-67, with 17 Democrats voting in support of a criminal contempt resolution, which authorizes Republicans leaders to seek criminal charges against Holder. This Democratic support came despite a round of behind-the-scenes lobbying by senior White House and Justice officials – as well as pressure from party leaders – to support Holder.”

The drug cartels that received the guns, courtesy of Holder’s DOJ, used these guns to support their own gun-running, drug trafficking as well as human smuggling, which included children. Further, since it has been conclusively established fact that the drug cartels are in bed with known terrorist groups (eg The Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS), the DOJ, under Holder was also partnered with terrorist groups who have brought drugs, guns and child-sex-trafficking victims and murder to the United States. When Holder was cornered by Congress, he refused to cooperate and was found in contempt. One may wonder why Holder was not jailed? Corruption would be the short answer as an Obama appointee federal judge declined a House committee’s bid to have Attorney General Eric Holder held in contempt of court — and perhaps even jailed — for failing to turn over documents related to the Justice Department’ s response to Operation Fast and Furious. In other words, Congress wanted to jail Holder, but a corrupt Federal judge blocked the effort. Holder’s alleged crimes would have included the following:

  1. Accomplice to the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
  2. Accomplice in drug-trafficking, drug-dealing and child-sex-trafficking by associated cartels who were in possession of Fast and Furious obtained and distributed guns.
  3. Treason for his support for various terrorist groups as a by-product of his direct aid and comfort to the cartels.
  4. Malfeasance of office.
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