Friday on Fox News Channel's "Your World With Neil Cavuto," Pinal Co. AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu said if "123,000 illegals just here in the Tucson sector can get through" then terrorists like returning ISIS fighters would likely exploit that weakness. Show More Summary
Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu said that when his deputies turn individuals that they suspect are in the county illegal over to ICE, the agency doesn’t verify that the suspect is in the country legally. “The troubling part of this...Show More Summary
Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu reported that his officers have arrested individuals who have already been deported “12, 15 times,” and said the U.S. immigration system has become a “revolving door.” “It appears there is no law when...Show More Summary
Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu announced that over 120,000 illegal immigrants have been arrested in just the Tuscon sector of the southern border. “We have [had] 123,000 illegals arrested right here in the Tuscon sector” Babeu said on Wednesday’s “Sean Hannity Show.” He added that eight “cartel scouts” arrested in the last month. Show More Summary
On Wednesday’s New Day on CNN, co-host Chris Cuomo invited on Pinal County, Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu and proceeded to accuse him of misinformation, “blowing” the crisis of illegal immigration “out of proportion,” distracting his community...Show More Summary
Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu declared there is an absence of law and consequences when it comes to immigration on Wednesday’s “CNN Newsroom.” When asked about his county’s resistance to the transfer of unaccompanied minors toShow More Summary
New Day host Chris Cuomo grilled Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu Wednesday morning over the lawman's recent comments claiming a good portion of the migrant children apprehended at the border were gang members. "Why paint them all with that brush?" Cuomo asked. "Why prejudice the population with what may be true just about a few?"
Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu, whose jurisdiction includes Oracle, where protestors took to the streets to oppose the transfer of illegal immigrants to the city, said Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson’s claim that DHS coordinates...Show More Summary
In 2012 the Mexican ex-boyfriend of Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu sued him for $1M, alleging that Babeu had threatened to have him deported if the boyfriend were to out him. Babeu's run for the US House fizzled shortly thereafter, but not...Show More Summary
On Tuesday’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel, Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu reported that the federal government has released criminal illegal aliens into his community and that his officers have arrested individuals who have already been deported 10 or 15 times. Show More Summary
From the June 25 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: Previously: "Voice Of The Opposition": How Fox News Won The 2010 Election Paul Babeu Is Just The Latest Fox Candidate
Well, this is sure to brighten up your day. Noted homophobes Ted Haggard, George A. Rekers, Richard Curtis, Roy Ashburn, Albert Odulele, Mark Foley, Christopher Lee, Eddie Long, Jim West, Paul Babeu, Ken Mehlman and Larry Craig were unceremoniously forced out of their respective closets since they were so darn full of skeletons. And the [...]
This video takes a look at just a few, including Ted Haggard, George A. Rekers, Richard Curtis, Roy Ashburn, Albert Odulele, Mark Foley, Christopher Lee, Eddie Long, Jim West, Paul Babeu, Ken Mehlman, and Larry Craig. Who's next? Watch, AFTER...
Paul Babeu, the outed Sheriff of Pinal County, Ariz., has won re-election with 53.8% of the vote. read more
Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu had originally hoped to win a seat in the U.S. Congress during this week's election, but pulled out after it the conservative Republican's ex-boyfriend outed him and accused Babeu of trying to get him deported. So...
Arizona sheriff Paul Babeu, a onetime GOP candidate for the House of Representatives and a point man for Mitt Romney’s campaign in the Grand Canyon State—has been cleared of allegations he threatened an ex-boyfriend with deportation if he discussed their clandestine relationship with anyone. Babeu was in the closet when Jose Orozco, a Mexican immigrant [...]
Things are suddenly looking good for Sheriff Paul Babeu, of Pinal County, Arizona. Recall: He's the famed immigration hawk who was considered a rising star in the GOP, with appearances on FOX News, cameos in John McCain campaign ads, and...
Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu was cleared of criminal wrongdoing on Friday in a case involving threats he allegedly made against an ex-boyfriend to keep their relationship a secret.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, who quit his run for Congress and said he would seek reelection as sheriff last May after a scandal in which he was forced out of the closet after threatening a former boyfriend with deportation,...
Read the rest here, and see an even more Murican political ad, too. Now that embattled Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu isn't running for Congress in Arizona's Fourth Congressional District, the race is down to two Republicans -- Congressman Paul Gosar, and state Senator Ron Gould. [...]Show More Summary