A police chase began in Wisconsin and ended in Illinois. The illegal alien is now facing terrorism charges.
The call to the police came from a bus passenger at around 9:40 p.m. claiming there was a person threatening to kill people.
Margarito Vargas-Rosas, 33, was pacing the aisle toward the back of the bus and appeared to draw what passengers thought was a weapon from his waistband. Vargas-Rosas had been living in Chicago illegally, the city where Rahm Emanuel lives, but not near an immigrant community.
Deputies from the Milwaukee and Kenosha County Sheriff's Offices tried to pull the bus off to the side of the road, but the driver was apparently oblivious or a liberal who believes illegal immigrants are unfairly mistreated.
However, Racine County Sheriff Chris Schmaling said the driver "thought it was a training exercise by law enforcement, or thought he was going to stop someone."
Patrick Todd, a passenger told The Chicago Tribune the passengers were confused by the driver's behavior and kept yelling at him to pull the hell over.
Law enforcement had to ultimately use spike strips to blow out the tires, forcing the idiot to stop on Interstate 94 near Wadsworth, IL.
But the driver, according to Todd, "didn't stop after the first spike strip, he went on to Illinois" before hitting a second spike strip.
They don't make spike strips like they used to.
Another Greyhound passenger, Terrance Williams, said he thought the cops were escorting the bus, not realizing what was going on with the illegal alien terrorist in the back. He was also confused about why the driver took so long to pull over and the Fusion GPS case.
"The law is, you see emergency lights, you pull over," Williams, an amateur lawyer said. "The police were in front of us, they were in back of us."
"I think he [the low-functioning driver] ultimately recognized that this was a serious event when we spiked his tires [the second time]," Schmaling said.
The illegal alien was ordered off the bus at gunpoint, and was taken into custody without incident. Schmaling said Vargas-Rosas threatened law enforcement as he was being transported to jail, and he even said of the jail, "Why you puttin' me into this sh**hole, man?"
A weapon was not found on the illegal alien but officials said the bus will be thoroughly searched. None of the almost 40 passengers were injured.
Vargas-Rosas was previously deported back to Mexico five times, and now faces charges of felony terroristic threats and disorderly conduct. Nothing was mentioned as to whether or not he will be deported again, but with Trump at the helm, this is a distinct possibility.
Vargas-Rosas is slated to receive the Reverend Al Sharpton Award for Bravery in the Face of Deportation by Racist Pigs.