A proud Texas fireman and his two children were ruthlessly killed in a car accident, and there’s a very distinct reason the media is refusing to cover it.
While most people would want to know why 36-year-old Captain Peter Hacking and his four-year-old step-daughter along with his 22-month-old son died at such young ages, but thanks to political correctness and agendas, most of the nation will never learn that they were basically murdered by an illegal alien driving without a license. Worse yet, they’re really never going to learn that the man responsible had previously been deported since it goes against the open borders agenda at play.
But here we are, a proud father and hero firefighter along with two of his children had their lives snuffed out by a man who wasn’t even supposed to be in the country. A family is forever broken due to irresponsible politicians refusing to enforce the law, and the worst part is they’ll never be held accountable for it.
— L.P. Phillips (@lpphillips) April 5, 2016
Breitbart News has more on this enraging story:
The man did not have a drivers license and was in the country illegally, according to the CBS affiliate for Dallas/Fort Worth. He first came to the U.S. in 2006 but was deported in 2008.
L.P. Phillips of KRLD radio in Dallas spoke to ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) officials who verified that Margarito Quintero was an illegal alien.
CBS DFW reported that ICE officials had no contact with Quintero until the accident.
Section 19.05 of the Texas Penal Code provides that “A person commits an offense if he causes the death of an individual by criminal negligence.” This offense is a state jail felony.
Funerals for Hacking and his two children are to be held this Saturday, and his family has set up a GoFundMe account to help pay for the costs. You can donate to them by following this link.
“He was a great family man, that was first, family was first always and his fire department family,” firefighter Amy Cortez told the CBS affiliate.
Hacking was hit head-on by Quintero, who was illegally driving a van while being in the country illegally. He’s survived by his wife, a son, and four other stepchildren.
Should Quintero survive his injuries, he should be charged with premeditated murder, not criminally-negligent homicide. He was in the country illegally, then chose to drive a van illegally, which ended in the deaths of three people – two of which were young children. While he didn’t plan to kill anybody, his actions alone show premeditation to subvert the law on numerous fronts, and as such, he should spend the rest of his worthless life behind bars.
This is why we need to close the border and build a wall. Enough with the excuses. Not one more American life needs to be lost to an illegal alien, and it’s time we demand that our government do something about it.