The Obama Justice Department took eight years to condemn social justice warrior Elisabeth Brodyaga, an activist trial attorney who runs a Texas farm where illegals slave-labor for her help in fighting their deportations, and who defends illegal alien rapist Cristoval Silva-Trevino whom Texas convicted of violating a minor in 2004.
The DOJ’s Executive Office for Immigration Review finally called out Brodyaga and fellow radical attorneys in 2016 for their smear of patriots with the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
Brodyaga is fighting to keep illegal immigrant sex offenders in the U.S., and has long operated the Refugio del Rio Grande in San Benito, Texas. There, the activist attorney, allied with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), exchanges hard farm labor for legal assistance.
The Toronto Star reported in March 1987 of the Brodyaga plantation:
Two mobile homes, a few simple buildings, a barn and a dilapidated wooden shack, which serves as a clinic, make up the camp. A doctor calls on the refugees once a week.
“Everybody has to put in four hours of work towards running the camp,” said Brodyaga, who founded it as a haven for refugees trapped in the valley and prevented by U.S. law from holding a job.
Jennifer Barnes, disciplinary counsel with the DOJ’s Executive Office for Immigration Review, has put Brodyaga in her place, along with fellow activist attorneys for anti-white agitators Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus, ASISTA, the Center for New Community, LatinoJustice PRLDEF, the League of United Latin American Citizens, the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project, and the SPLC. The groups’ smear of FAIR as a “‘hate group,’ ‘anti-immigrant,’ ‘white supremacist,’ ‘eugenicist,’ ‘anti-Semitic,’ and ‘anti-Catholic’” triggered condemnation from even the Obama Justice Department.
The DOJ also condemned attorneys for the groups: Christopher Strawn, Matt Adams, and Eunice Cho.
Cho is a staff attorney with the SPLC, and loves the #BlackLivesMatter terrorist group and Ferguson, Missouri police attacker Michael Brown.
— Eunice Cho (@eunicehcho) November 25, 2014
“None of this language was related or relevant to the underlying factual or legal matters or FAIR’s amicus briefs,” reads the DOJ excoriation of a filing by the anti-white groups, adding, “its sole purpose was to denigrate FAIR and its staff.”
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In 2004, Texas convicted Silva-Trevino of felony sexual contact with a minor. The Obama DOJ pulled out all stops to convince immigration authorities Silva-Trevino shouldn’t face deportation, as the Obama administration didn’t believe sex with a minor to be a sign of “moral turpitude” that would trigger deportation.
According to the Houston Chronicle in 1988, the Brodyaga plantation would “not normally house Nicaraguans because Refugio does not consider them subject to political persecution.” The brutal socialist Sandinista regime has ruled Nicaragua for decades, overseeing mass executions, press censorship and other human rights abuses that have shocked the globe.
GotNews can relay the DOJ letter, dated March 28, 2016, released Monday by FAIR:
Brodyaga’s flirtations with oppression are not new, her having taken leave from college during the heart of the Cold War to join a Moscow circus. Ten years ago, Brodyaga shipped off to Cuba to “survey” a fruit harvest.
“The workers’ sense of belonging is palpable,” the leftist attorney wrote of the Cubans toiling under the boot heel of the Castros.
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