America’s Toughest Sheriff And Donald Trump Just Teamed Up in a HUGE Way… Obama Is FURIOUS


Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump had a very special guest, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio at his post debate rally where thousands were treated to the two conservative stars of the anti-illegal immigration movement being on the same stage.

The good Sheriff introduced the Donald to the crowd of thousands in Mesa, Arizona.

“You’re the patriots, and you’ve got a lot of people — believe me — a lot of people won’t say it, but they support Donald Trump,” Arpaio announced, according to The Washington Times. “They won’t tell you, but when they go into that voting booth, watch out.”

The sheriff congratulated Trump for the effect he has had on the presidential race, Politico reported.


“Nobody else had the guts to talk about [immigration],” Arpaio remarked. “Think of that. Now they all have to talk about it.”

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Arpaio also recalled his line that Trump’s secret to success has been drawing a silent majority.


“It’s not silent anymore. So very proud what he’s accomplished in the last, what, five months. Think of that,” Arpaio said.

After the introduction from Sheriff Joe, Trump pointed out that his tough stance against illegal immigration has been so popular that it’s actually forced his competition to copy him.


“Nobody can be stronger than me on the border. You ever notice how these guys are all pivoting? They are all weak,” Trump said.

Without dropping names, Mr. Trump’s remark targeted rivals Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who, to varying degrees, have shifted away from supporting a path to citizenship or some other legal status for America’s roughly 11 million illegal immigrants.

“Now they are trying to be more and more [like me]. They can never be more so than me,” said Mr. Trump.

“The illegal immigration has caused tremendous crime,” Trump said adding, “It’s caused tremendous deaths. It has caused economic hurt, as you know, because a lot of jobs are being taken, and our citizens don’t get those jobs.”

V Saxena  at Conservative Tribune adds- As the actions of House Speaker Paul Ryan, who on Tuesday signed off on a $1.1 trillion omnibus bill that funded Obama’s refugee and illegal immigrant programs, have demonstrated, there are few either in Congress or the White House willing to do what is necessary to get the job done.

But perhaps that might change after the 2016 presidential election.


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