Charlie Baker’s too busy blessing judges to end ID fraud
Do you know how many languages the Registry of Motor Vehicles offers the driver’s license test in?
No? Me neither, and I don’t think the RMV actually knows either. They told us last week that they offer it in 27 languages, but if you go to the RMV website you’ll see a list 34 languages for the learner’s permit exams:
English, Albanian, Arabic, Armenian, Burmese, Cambodian (Khmer), Chinese (both simplified and traditional), Czech, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian/Creole, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish, Tagalog/Filipino, Thai, Turkish, Urdu and Vietnamese.
Isn’t diversity wonderful? Just ask the Tower of Babel. Or the old Yugoslavia.
The point is, wouldn’t the Commonwealth be better served if the RMV tried a little less celebrating diversity and a little more stopping of fraud by illegal alien Dominican heroin dealers, who are continuing to get MA drivers licenses with absolutely no problemo? (That’s espanol for “no problem.”)
Latest example: Tuesday night the Andover police busted yet another illegal heroin and cocaine dealer from Lawrence by the name of Eudis Amauris Perez Pimental, although the name on his MA driver’s license was “Juan Carlos Marrero.”
The undocumented Democrat told the Andover PD how he came to (Everything Free in) America from his Third World hellhole, by way of Mexico:
“He provided an individual $15,000 US dollars which got him over the Mexican border (walked across), a car ride to Boston, and a name, date of birth and SS # that belonged” to a US citizen named Marrerro.
“He went to the MA RMV in Roxbury and provided them MARRERO’s information. He stated he had no physical form of ID. He was then provided a Massachusetts driver’s license which he has used since.”
Used to get on every form of welfare available, no doubt. It’s a Lawrence thing, like selling heroin. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
Here’s the point. The governor, Charlie “Tall Deval” Baker, doesn’t care. He claims he does, but he could put these foreign heroin dealers out of business yesterday if he wanted to. Gov. Chris Sununu stopped the illegal alien crime wave at his DMV’s on day one in NH.
The new US attorney in Boston, Andrew Lelling, last week told the hapless RMV that the feds would be glad to instruct them in how to stop this massive crime wave by the illegals who are causing the “opioid epidemic” that Tall Deval claims he’s so so bent out of shape about.
But. He. Does. Nothing.
He’s petrified of being accused of racial profiling by bow-tied bum kissers at a moribund newspaper that’s going out of business, sooner rather than later.
So rather than taking a giant step toward solving the heroin problem, Tall Deval spends his days grabbing money from bust-out lawyers. And in return for a grand or so, he hands the indolent beggars early retirement in the form of $184,694-a-year state judgeships.
On Wednesday Tall Deval took care of Thomas M. Perrino, a hack court clerk from South Dennis who already makes $129,495 a year. On the press release, Tall Deval used to list the names of the nominee’s spouses, but no longer. I wonder why.
But here’s the scoop: Perrino’s wife is Anastasia Welsh Perrino, who is the Barnstable register of probate. She makes $155,084 a year in the hackerama.
Mrs. Perrino’s father was Judge Robert Welsh, Jr. who was a judge on Martha’s Vineyard from 1973 to 2008. And his father was Judge Robert Welsh Sr. who was a judge for 40 years before that. And his father was Judge Walter Welsh, who sat in Orleans from 1914 to 1933.
In other words, this was a fourth-generation nationwide search.
But it’s not like this hack Perrino isn’t qualified, and not just because he’s already got a decade in with his snout buried firmly in the trough. As Tall Deval said, Perrino “is knowledgeable in many areas of civil and criminal practice.”
Translation: he gave Tall Deval $1100 over the years, and his wife, the daughter, granddaughter and great-granddaughter of judges, ponied up another $1100.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito was likewise impressed with Perrino’s credentials as a hacko di tutti hacki.
“Thomas Perrino brings legal wisdom paired with local experience….”
Translation: he gave Karyn $350, and Mrs. Perrino duked her another $200.
He’ll be a brilliant jurist. After all, he went to Fitchburg State.
This is what they do at the State House every day instead of cracking down on illegal-alien heroin dealers at the RMV. They’re shaking down third-rate lawyers from fourth-rate colleges.
This is BS – in English or any of the other 26 or 33 languages the RMV is giving out phony-baloney drivers’ licenses in.