A New Jersey immigration lawyer named Anibal Romero contacted special counsel Robert Mueller, the FBI, and the New Jersey attorney general’s office in the desperate hope that they will investigate President Trump.
Two of Romero’s clients, Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz, worked at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. They claim the club provided them with fraudulent green cards and Social Security numbers.
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After using the fake documents to stay in the United States, the illegal aliens now claim they’re the victims.
“Americans think these hard-working women get these jobs on their own — that’s not what happened,” Romero told the NY Daily News. “People employed by the golf club recruited her and made her the phony documents.”
So basically, Morales and Diaz admit that they committed immigration fraud by using fake green cards — on top of entering the US illegally.
Illegal aliens who knowingly using fake documents could be fined, jailed, and deported. Self-deportation to own Trump! Great job.
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Morales is an illegal alien from Guatemala who is still employed at the club, but recently stopped going to work. Diaz is a Costa Rican national who used to work there and has since obtained legal status.
Romero — who is clearly trying to draw national attention and get immunity for his illegal-alien clients — said Mueller’s team told him that the case did not fall under his jurisdiction, so they referred it to the FBI.
Romero said he met with FBI agents in New Jersey and provided them with the evidence that he already gave to the New Jersey attorney general.
So far, neither the FBI nor the New Jersey Attorney General‘s office have confirmed if they have opened an investigation, but the media are already pushing false headlines claiming the Trump National Golf Club is being investigated by the feds.
Romero is hopeful a probe will follow. “I’m confident that federal and state authorities will conduct a complete and thorough investigation,” he gloated.
Romero claimed his clients came forward because they wanted to spotlight what they consider President Trump’s hypocritical stance on illegal immigration.
Romero’s Clients Admit They Committed Fraud
What’s laughable is that by coming forward, Romero’s clients — Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz — are admitting that they broke federal immigration laws and committed immigration fraud. They could be jailed and deported for this. (Talk about cutting off the nose to spite the face.)
Earth to Romero: If you crack down on all the businesses that employ illegal immigrants, half the restaurants and hotels in your home state of New Jersey would be shut down. And you’d have no clients.
President Trump hasn’t been to his Bedminster club in a while, but here’s what he did last summer when he was there: He crashed the wedding of a couple who got married at his resort. And they loved it.
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) August 7, 2017
P.S. – Robert Mueller still has no evidence of collusion.
I challenge Mueller to put up or shut up. You have no evidence of the President being involved in a conspiracy with anyone including Russia to hack. And you also have no evidence of collusion. It’s been 2 years so submit a report to DOJ and we will answer it.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) December 30, 2018
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