Joe Arpaio's Pal Michael Nowakowski on Blast in Dennis Gilman's New Video "Negotiating with the Devil"
"You cannot go negotiate with the devil," civil rights activist Sal Reza says in Dennis Gilman's brilliant new video. "The only thing that's going to change things is the recall, getting [Arpaio] out of office through public pressure."
Reza's remarks and Gilman's video are aimed directly at Nowakowski, who recently brokered a meeting with scores of local Latino pastors and Arpaio. The meeting occurred just days before a raid on a Tempe clothing company that nabbed 27 persons.
The resulting photo ops from the powwow were splashed across the internet, Fox 10 news, and on the front page of the Spanish-language tabloid Prensa Hispana.
In other words, it was a major publicity coup for a monster responsible over the years for separating hundreds of moms and dads from their sons and daughters, all for the bogus "crime" of working.
You need only see the crying children in this video, whose parents were caught in the latest Arpaio raid, to know that there is no forgiveness for the damage Arpaio has done and the terror he has inflicted on the Hispanic community.
Nowakowski has refused to apologize to his own community, choosing instead to rationalize his actions, saying he wanted to "foster a dialogue" with Joe, so the "healing can begin."
No way, councilman. There can be no dialogue, no healing as long as Arpaio continues to conduct these raids, which result in mothers and fathers, sons and daughters being held nonbondable under class four felony charges (thanks to Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery), until they plead guilty and are turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for deportation.
Best get on the freedom train, councilman, where you belong. Otherwise, you won't be welcome at the celebration party, when Arpaio's last day in office inevitably comes.