Look Which Democrat Just Arrested At The Border

A senator democrat candidate from main was arrested for refusing to leave a child detention center at the border. He was released on a $1,000 bond.

https://twitter.com/antonioarellano/status/1010195932661649408?s=21


As reported by pressherald.com


Zak Ringelstein, who is challenging U.S. Sen. Angus King, went to McAllen, Texas, with supplies he said he wanted to deliver to children separated from their parents. He was released early Saturday morning.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Zak Ringelstein was arrested Friday for refusing to leave a child detention center in Texas after being told he would not be allowed inside.

“Zak is now a political prisoner of the Trump regime,” read a tweet from Ringelstein’s campaign account Friday morning.

His campaign later said he was being held on a charge of criminal trespass, a misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $2,000 fine. On Friday night, the campaign tweeted that a Texas judge agreed to release Ringelstein on $1,000 bond and that he was expected to leave the facility where he was held later in the evening.

Ringelstein was released early Saturday morning, according to his Twitter feed.

https://twitter.com/ringelsteinme/status/1010432219373101057?s=21





Posted Saturday, June 23, 2018

Richard R. Coppola 25 days ago (report)

BULL SHIT STUNT !!!!!

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GWENSLOTTO 25 days ago (report)

That was a put up deal to make it look as bad as possible. Trump did not put the kids there, their parents did and they knew what they were doing. Some of those kids are there after coming in trunks of cars with people they are not even related to. They were coming long before Trump was president and being separated because the people who brought them were arrested too. They get a warm bed and things to do do and good care until they are reunited and sent back to their homeland.

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