Following up on my previous post about Trump’s latest ad, accusing Democrats of letting cop killer Luis Bracamontes into the country, so new and rather interesting facts have surfaced, compliments of the Sacramento Bee:
He apparently did not stay in Mexico long. Records in Arizona show he was arrested on drug charges again in Phoenix in 1998, then released “for reasons unknown” by Arpaio’s office. Arpaio is a Republican.
Bracamontes was next arrested May 4, 2001, on marijuana charges in Maricopa County, and deported three days later. Republican George W. Bush was president at the time, and was president when Bracamontes slipped back into the United States a short time later.
The date of his re-entry is not clear, but records show Bracamontes was married in Maricopa County on Feb. 28, 2002, when Bush was president.
Interesting how those pesky facts always come out. Of course our dear leader will call his video alternative facts, and that will be just fine with the base.