People keep saying to me, Ericka how would you feel if the ICE started rounding blacks up and deporting them back to Africa? Lol well first of all idiot, I’m a legal citizen of this crazy ass country. My family has been here for many generations. Why would there be a threat to me? I have an ID, SS#, Birth Certificate, Passport, and a complete public record of me being here. I’ve paid taxes since I began working in my early teens. So do my ancestors.

Also is this about race? Is this really a manhunt to get rid of MEXICANS? LOL

If it is, that’s kinda fucked up.

So this story didn’t really touch me that much because well, the guy who is the “victim” is a little shady and untrustworthy.

Here’s the story…

Juan Carlos Fomperosa Garcia, 44, was deported Thursday, the day after he went to a check with the U.S Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), according to reports.

His 23-year-old daughter, Yennifer Sanchez, said she is now left to care for her two younger siblings, 14 and 17 years old.

“He’s not one of those people that you hear about in the news,” Sanchez said Friday at a news conference. “He’s not a racist, he’s not a drug dealer and he’s a not a murderer. My father is an honest, working man, a family man, that loves everyone he meets.”


The girls are reportedly planning to go to see their father to bring him clothes and other belongings since “he was sent abruptly.”

Sanchez said her father cares for his three children on his own.

The family says he arrived in the U.S. about 19 years ago.

ICE says Fomperosa Garcia has been deported three times, and was convicted of a federal misdemeanor and had a deportation order.

Federal court records show he pleaded guilty in July 2015 to attempted illegal entry, a misdemeanor, after attempting to cross the border in San Luis, Ariz., while using someone else’s documents.

He was sentenced to 30 days in prison.

 So what do you think about this? It is very hard for me to have compassion for this guy when he basically stole someone’s identity and attempted to enter into the country. The question arises as what’s so bad about your own name where you can’t enter legally? It becomes suspicious. And when a person in America steals an identity, it’s because they’ve screwed up their name or credit.

He’s already been deported three times and he keeps getting smuggled in. This is clearly a problem. Can we do this in other countries? Will they be so forgiving?

If he’s so honest and so good, why not obey the law and get LEGAL? Is there a benefit to staying illegal? I’d like to know what it is.

If you want the American Dream, stop trying to cut corners to attain it. Put the work in like everyone else. There is no rule that says you have to be wealthy to live here, but you need to be legally documented.