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BREAKING: Obama Reveals He’s Sending Army of Feds Against Sheriff Joe, & Their Orders Are Sick

Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz., is a straight-talking sheriff with decades of experience and a proven track record of effectively enforcing immigration law that the federal government has refused to enforce for almost seven years.

No wonder President Barack Obama hates him so much.

So much, in fact, that his Justice Department is now going to oversee every raid Arpaio’s department makes on work sites.

Laughably, the DOJ claimed that its role will be to ensure the sheriff’s deputies are abiding by the Constitution. When such considerations became important to the Obama administration remains a mystery.

In addition to the federal oversight, which is reportedly a permanent addition to — or, more accurately, a subtraction from — law enforcement efforts in Maricopa County, Arpaio will henceforth be required to provide services such as classes to inmates of his county jails in Spanish as well as English.

The changes are part of a settlement regarding a discrimination complaint lodged against Arpaio’s department by the Obama administration two years ago.

“(T)hese agreements ensure that progress continues and the constitutional rights of the people of Maricopa County will be protected for the long term,” Deputy Assistant Attorney General Mark Kappelhoff said with, as far as we know, a straight face.

According to The Washington Times, the federal government has been working to “push Sheriff Arpaio out of the business of enforcing laws against illegal immigrants.”

Apparently, failing to enforce laws is not sufficient for the Obama administration, which will not rest until no one else is enforcing them, either.

“The sheriff’s office said it would comment ‘at the appropriate time’ on the deal,” The Times reported.

We can only assume that the “appropriate time” will be when Sheriff Joe can speak about President Obama’s coddling of dangerous illegal immigrants using something other than four-letter words.

Friday, July 17th, 2015