Few Attend Algonquin Anti-ICE Jail Contract Rally

After their 5-3 victory in the McHenry County Finance Committee vote to cancel the contract with ICE to house illegal immigrants, I thought the Saturday demonstration would be well attended.

Here is the Facebook photo from the event:

Anti-ICE rally in Downtown Algonquin Saturday, May 8, 2021.

The Friend of McHenry County Blog who found the image added the following comment:

16 people, including a few brainwashed children, plus the cameraperson puts the total number of people at today’s “rally” to cancel the ICE contract at 17.

These are the people the county board, including now some Republican turncoats, are terrified of.

It’s the same people: Murfin the proud communist, Vijuk the tryhard, the UU cult, white teenage girls.

The overwhelming majority appears to be white, with very few Hispanics, and zero blacks.

You can see the tweet where the activist group says to “free them all.”  

Where I’m from, the word “all” means everybody.

So this group apparently favors releasing violent felons who are in the country illegally.

And these people truly believe they are helping.

Now we have entire generations of students being taught this garbage.


Few Attend Algonquin Anti-ICE Jail Contract Rally — 20 Comments

  1. Let’s ID these people ….. for the future.

    Do they even live in McHenry Co.

  2. Cal, that first line of Friend’s writeup should say 16 not 6.

    That does not include the DOG because dogs are not people.

    But you’ll notice that the DOG has the good enough sense to turn away from the camera.

    Perhaps DOG feels shame for being in a crowd of such knuckleheads and ninnyhammers.

  3. Howard Zinn’s book, “A People’s History of the US”, created the smoke screen for “educators” to teach this BS.

    Howard Zinn has been proven to be a fraud and scam – lying, distorting, frauding the truth – but this BS has been taught to students for 30 years.

    Mary Grabar has written a book going through the lies and distortions of Howard Zinn.

    She explains how Zinn just wanted to create a Marxist view on history – and “educators” took it hook line and sinker.

    Now, society actually believes this stuff.

  4. Maybe if the teen girls get violently gang raped for the next 8 wks in an RV by the Mex gang members they’d understand what they are promoting.

  5. What a great country. So far. Any citizen, no matter how stupid, can voice their opinion. But, how about illegal aliens. Were there any in the protest group? Do illegal aliens in our Nation have First Amendment rights?

  6. As always, there will be a time when these people realize the cost of jumping on board the latest ass clown event, is not worth the cost.

  7. “The overwhelming majority appears to be white”

    Used to be people valued God, family and nation.

    But these godless commies have no regard for their community or their future, so they bring in some foreigners to leech off of the wealth built by their ancestors.

    Makes them almost feel like they’ve done something with their life.

  8. CLM, there is a book by Larry Schweikert (or however you spell it) called Patriot’s History of the US but I suspect that is biased too, albeit in another direction.

    Still, it might be something to check out, especially for the average viewer of this blog, and it might be a good alt to Zinn’s work (idk cuz I’ve never read either one).

    And there used to be another one that got mentioned a lot that was considered to be more neutral, not really left or right but a fav of history buffs, but I’m having trouble remembering what it was called and who wrote it.

    Maybe it got memory holed.

    That’s going to drive me nuts hahaha

    Duncan Hines, UU is not even a religion as far as I see it.

    They’re a political organization.

    If there’s any reason to side with LBJ on religions, freedom of speech, and taxation, the UU would be an example.

    If a conservative stepped foot inside a UU church, they might rethink their support for “religious freedom.”

    That might be spiting the nose or whatever, but you know what I mean.

    They’re a cult and a religious propaganda organization.

    They have no beliefs on God, on the afterlife, on anything metaphysical, or really anything.

    Their sole purpose is to prop up left wing political parties and social movements.

    I don’t know if it’s always been like that for them, but it is in the 21st century for sure.

    I’ve attended their services just to see what they do.

    It’s a political cult.

    In almost every wacky left wing rally in McHenry County, you can find the UU not only promoting but organizing it.

    It’s always the same people.

    Same with the letters to the editor.

    Most of the anti-ICE letters are from like 4 people from Woodstock (the most left wing city in McHenry County and home to the UU church before it relocated to Bull Valley/McHenry.)

    Bonanaza, the conditions you are diagnosing these people with can be called “white savior complex” and “pathological altruism” which are real things that I encourage people to look up!

    In short, these are not good people.

    They want your community to be wrecked whether wittingly or unwittingly.

    They don’t care about consequences.

    They just care about FEELING good at the present moment, which is a very selfish and egotistical mindset.

    I don’t care at all for the UU cult.

  9. Only fair if it comes to fruition, the releasing of ALL illegals held in McHenry County Jail for ICE, that they are given a piece of paper, en Espanol,that lists the Bull Valley address of the UU “Congregation”.

    With walkng directions from the Jail, basically go left on 47 until Country Club Rd, then follow Bull Valley Road and go east, the “church” will be on your right before you get to Crystal Lake Rd.

    Easy-peasy walk for these illegals.

    Stay in the parking lot until the doors are open to “come on in” or those in the photo arrive to take you home with them.

  10. Look at all the free stuff for the border jumping illegal trash

    Benefit programs that do not check your immigration status
    Some programs in Illinois will grant you benefits without checking your immigration status. Here are some examples:

    The Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants & Children (WIC),
    All Kids,
    Public school education: from kindergarten through 12th grade; including free school lunch and breakfast programs, and
    Head Start.
    Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
    WIC is a federal food assistance program. It provides:

    supplemental foods,
    health care referrals, and
    nutrition education to pregnant women, new mothers, and young children.
    All Kids health insurance
    All Kids is a state program to provide affordable health insurance for children. Please see All Kids Healthcare for more information.

    Children under 18 years old are eligible for health insurance coverage, if they:

    Have proof of Illinois residency,
    Meet insurance requirements, and
    Meet income requirements for families.
    Head Start
    Head Start is a child development program. It provides services to low-income preschool children and their families, with a focus on:

    Social and emotional development,
    Physical and mental health, and
    Benefit programs that depend on immigration status
    For other programs, your eligibility depends on whether you are a “Qualified Immigrant.”

    Some of these programs include:

    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP),
    Supplemental Security Income (SSI),
    Illinois Aid to the Aged, Blind or Disabled (AABD),
    Temporary Aid for Needy Families (TANF),
    Illinois General Assistance (GA),
    Social Security Retirement Benefits, and
    “Qualified Immigrant” is a term that is defined by US immigration law. Qualified Immigrants include:

    Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs),
    Certain refugees and asylees,
    Certain immigrants who have been paroled into the US for 1 year or more,
    Certain immigrants whose deportation or removal from the US has been withheld,
    Certain immigrants granted conditional entry,
    Haitian/Cuban entrants,
    Certain Native Americans,
    Hmong/Highland Laotians,
    Certain victims of domestic abuse,
    Certain immigrants whose children have suffered domestic abuse,
    Certain immigrant children who have suffered domestic abuse, or
    Certain immigrants who have been granted nonimmigrant status under US immigration law.
    To be eligible for most of these programs, you have to be a Qualified Immigrant for at least 5 years. But for some of them, certain Qualified Immigrants are eligible right away. For these programs, you don’t need to be a Qualified Immigrant for 5 years before you can receive benefits.

    SNAP benefits for immigrants (food stamps)
    You may be immediately eligible for the SNAP program if you are a member of one of the following groups:

    US veterans or persons on active duty and their families,
    A child of a Qualified Immigrant who is under 18 years old,
    Certain refugees,
    Certain trafficking victims,
    Certain asylees,
    Certain immigrants who have had their deporations withheld,
    Certain Amerasian immigrants,
    Certain Cuban or Haitian immigrants,
    Certain Iraqi and Afghan immigrants,
    Certain Native Americans born in a different country,
    Certain members of the Hmong or Highland Laotian tribes,
    Immigrants born on or before August 22, 1931, and who lawfully lived in the United States on August 22, 1996,
    LPRs who are blind or disabled, or
    LPRs who are veterans or active duty members of the US military and their dependents.
    You may be eligible for the SNAP Program after a waiting period if you are in one of the following groups:

    LPRs who have lived in the US for at least 5 years,
    LPRs who have 40 qualifying quarters of work. To see what is a qualifying quarter of work, please see Quarter of Coverage,
    LPRs under age 18, or
    Certain parolees, immigrants granted conditional entry, or certain victims of domestic violence who have been Qualified Immigrants for 5 years.

  11. UU cultists are as dangerous as moslem fanatics. Both have a death cult. UU suicidal. Mosley’s: homicidal.

    Take that to the bank.

  12. Embarrassing, racist white women.

    Imagine how racist you’d have to be to think Hispanics are so ignorant that they need mediocre housewives to speak for them.

    Silence, my Mexican brothers and sisters, there are white women telling us what you need!

  13. Here is a report below from Jan 22, 2021 from ABC news.

    We have a moron, dope, doofus guy in the whitehouse, an alleged rapist, a guy so stupid that he plagiarized, supposedly leading this nation with outrageous executive actions including encouraging illegal aliens to come to the US. With that encouragement, it is to be expected that useful idiot persons around the nation will foolishly join in to defend illegal aliens. So sad that apparently US citizens support illegal aliens. What is not known is how many of those supporting illegal aliens are themselves illegal aliens.


    “Biden administration to pause most ICE deportations, among other immigration policy shifts

    The Biden administration this week announced a 100-day pause on deportations of most people living in the country illegally along with a new priority system for those who will still be subject to removal.”

  14. On May 18, the McHenry County Board will consider a resolution to cancel the ICE contract.

    McHenry County Board
    Regular Meeting
    5/18/2021 7:00 PM
    County Board Conference Room
    667 Ware Rd Administration Building Woodstock, IL 60098

    Item 13 on the Agenda is:

    “Resolution to Cancel the Contract Between McHenry County and US Marshal/Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)”


    One of the reasons to cancel, a “WHEREAS”, is completely bogus, irrelevant and without data, facts or statistics to backup the claim.

    It states:

    WHEREAS, the increase in diversity of McHenry County in the past two decades has created a larger segment of the county that is opposed to the contract;

    Whatever the actual and documented amount of diversity in McHenry County is absolutely irrelevant.

    Also, there is no data, statistics about a “larger segment” opposed to the contract.

    There are about 328,000 persons in the County per recent census and only 12-24 people showed up at anti-ICE rallies in the County.

    It is not even known IF all of the people at these rallies are citizens of the US who are the only persons who have First Amendment Rights to speech and protest.

    Illegal aliens, if they were in the rally group, have no rights per First Amendment.

    But, even if all 12-24 (estimate) are at a rally, that is a tiny, tiny percent of the McHenry County population.

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