Not only is it killing the country it is killing us one at a time:
PATRIOTISM AND BLOOD ON THE STREETS OF OMAHA
On Sunday morning, June 22, 2014, Edward Horowitz, M.D. was crossing with the green light at 38th Street and Dodge, in Omaha, Nebraska. The police said he was a pedestrian doing everything right.
Out of nowhere, came a speeding blue car and struck Edward Horowitz so hard with a “horrific bang,” that he was thrown against the window of a U-Hall van stopped for the red light, and later died.
The woman driving the U-Haul became hysterical. A witnesses said a blue car hit Dr. Horowitz while he was walking in the crosswalk. The driver of the car that hit Dr. Horowitz then speeded off.
“Police say the…driver…was allegedly 31 year-old Pedro Diego Antonio. He was arrested Sunday night on motor vehicle homicide charges…Prosecutors say Pedro was three times over the legal limit when arrested.”
Police also said they eventually located the vehicle they believe was involved in the crash near 40th and Farnam streets, not far from the scene.
The driver and a passenger abandoned the vehicle and ran off, but police caught up with them. The car was registered to Pedro Diego Antonio. Antonio was allegedly the driver. Another passenger…Simon Santos-Lorenzo, 23, was taken into custody.
What do we know about Dr. Horowitz? Creighton University released the this statement the following Monday afternoon: “the…School of Medicine mourns the unexpected loss of Edward Horowitz, M.D.
“Horowitz was a passionate educator and, as such, has touched the lives of countless medical students during his tenure at Creighton University. His loss weighs heavy on the hearts of faculty, staff and students within the medical school and across the campus.”
“Horowitz, born in Los Angeles in 1950, started a nearly four decades-long career at Creighton as a medical student. He graduated from the School of Medicine in 1978 before completing an internship, residency, chief residency and a fellowship in infectious diseases at Creighton University Affiliated Hospitals.”
“Ed absolutely loved being a Creighton faculty member,” says Gary Gorby, M.D…He loved taking care of patients and he loved teaching the next generation of doctors.”
What do know about Pedro Diego-Antonio? Not much. We know Police identified the driver as 31-year-old Pedro Diego-Antonio, born in Guatemala. Diego-Antonio was booked into Douglas County Corrections at 8:04 p.m. on counts of felony DUI causing serious bodily injury, leaving the scene of an injury accident and felony motor vehicle homicide.”
According to KEYV-Ohaha,“Diego-Antonio’s license is under revocation. He received a DUI in 2011 and two driving under suspension citations in 2014, including one on June 11, eleven day before he allegedly struck Dr, Horowitz..
As of this writing no one can say what Pedro Diego-Antonio’s immigration status is. Days after the accident and still the police, newspaper reporters and TV stations can not answer the simple question: Was Pedro Diego-Antonio a legal US citizen, or was in the country legally?
Nor can they answer how he got a drivers license in the first place. All we know is what Emily Szink knows. She writes for KMTV news, “The state believes that Pedro Diego Antonio…is a flight risk so bond was set at $300,000.”
“According to the State, even if he was able to post bond, he wouldn’t be allowed to leave the country. Right now Immigration and Customs Enforcement has a hold on him.”
If Pedro was in the US illegal and driving on a license he shouldn’t have had, this is another case of an illegal alien doing everything wrong. Yet, it is only one case that may be soon forgotten.
Such events that leave blood on the streets of Omaha, Nebraska, in the middle of the country where clouds billow over the hills and prairies and the indifferent sparrows skirt from one bush to another, are not important to the elites in Washington, DC, the elites who ignore our just immigration laws.
We all know what’s going to probably happen. Dr. Horowitz’s death will not change the tide of migration lawlessness that is washing over the United States.
The chickens must be slaughtered in Fremont, Nebraska. Mutual of Omaha needs their offices cleaned and their lawns cut and green. The Democratic Party needs voters and the Catholic Church needs to fill its pews.
One Omaha responder to the WOTV news story writes, “Truthfully, Omaha employers bring and maintain undocumented workers. I worked at Mutual of Omaha and their cleaning staff had some who were undocumented…one told me she bought a Social Security card in South O. Her son lives in Mexico but she can’t return to get him because she won’t be able to get back into the US.
It does little good to draw a line from blood in the street at 38th and Dodge in Omaha, to the state legislature in Lincoln, then on to the US Congress. They all are part of the rampant immigration lawlessness that contributed to the death of a good man, but they will look the other way, turn the newspaper page down at breakfast and pour another cup of coffee.
The senators and congressmen, the Cardinals and the corporate executives, will all just say in the bottom of their corrupted hearts, what the possible next president of the United has already said, “What difference does it make.Who cares what happens in Omaha?”
Yet, it does make a difference. There is no amnesty for Dr. Horowitz that will bring him back to life. There is no amnesty that whitewashes his blood off the Omaha street.
Two weeks after Dr. Horowitz’s death, the names of the men who allegedly killed him vanish from the pages of the Omaha newspapers. His colleagues, many who are doctors, seem reluctant to admit the real cause of death. They’d rather forget how we connect the lines from blood on the streets of Omaha to who sets in the governor’s chair in Lincoln, Nebraska.
When politics is involved, it is more important for some to be worried about what is far away than a danger close at hand. So it is that a student from Creighton University is busy drawing in chalk an image of a human brain afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease on the sidewalk of an Omaha park, a park just blocks away from where Dr. Horowitz was killed.
There’s going to be a big march next week to help researchers find a cure for Alzheimer’s. When asked about Dr,. Horowitz’s death, the medical student shrugs his shoulders and says, “Yeah, I heard something or other about that last week.”
“Did you ever have him as a teacher?”
“I think I did. He taught a big class in immunology or something? I heard a guy from the homeless clinic said something about how they can’t get along without him.”
Then, the young man bends over to finish his art work on the sidewalk. He fills in with black chalk all the spaces of the brain Alzheimer’s leaves empty.
Meanwhile, far away, thousands of illegal aliens continue to flood into the country from our southern border, bringing disease, drugs, and little regard for good men who do the right things.
This is how a nation changes, little by little, by the death of a good man. The empty space of a good life is willed with forgetting. This is how disease spreads, by doctors afraid to diagnose the cause.
This is how a nation disappears, by the wrong doing of alleged illegal aliens who drive three times over the legal limit for alcohol. This is how the blood of a good man is shed on the streets of Omaha.