By Kelleigh Nelson:
President Trump was right to order troops to our border with Mexico to reinforce our overworked law enforcement officials and protect our sovereignty. No amount of leftist protestations should distract us from the fact that the primary purpose of our military is to provide security to America. And that’s exactly what the men and women in our military are doing. — Retired Army Brig. Gen. Anthony J. Tata writes in Fox News.
If you do not take an interest in the affairs of your government, then you are doomed to live under the rule of fools. – Plato
Let’s face it, the border needs to be permanently closed, the wall needs to be built. It needs to be a wall no one can climb…a wall just like the one that surrounds the Vatican wherein open border Pope Francis resides. The dictatorial judiciary needs to reread the Constitution, sit down, and shut up.
The President-elect of the United States upon inauguration, takes an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution is clear, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion. We need to explain this to the Congress.
The Honduran Hordes
Males aged 18 to 40 are 90% of these Honduran hordes claiming asylum from violence in Honduras that doesn’t exist. The MSM however shows only scripted pictures of women and children which has been proven false by both Judicial Watch and Ami Horowitz. This so-called caravan is a highly organized and created attack on our border and promoters uprooted these people simply to push a particular political agenda.
As I stated in a previous article, George Soros funded the organizations responsible for creating this crisis. The migrants had water, food, mobile hospitals, children’s services, and tour busses as transportation. It actually looked like a “caravan” with all the busses and trucks loaded with people. They walked very seldom. These migrants look healthy, some too chubby, well dressed, good shoes, back packs, tents etc.
The Mexicans did not want these people in their country albeit some migrants have accepted Mexican asylum, but the illegals had a Mexican police escort through the State. The United Nations Commission of Refugees and UNICEF was instrumental in helping these people via American tax dollars.
Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell are allegedly striking a deal with the Democrats to pass a State Department spending package that restores and preserves the United Nations’ funding. Most of Trump’s cuts would be undone and the UN would be free to use American tax dollars to assault our sovereignty.
The vote on the spending package has now been scheduled. In less than two weeks, GOP traitors will try to push this UN funding through.
Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch interviewed Ami Horowitz. The 18-minute interview explains the planned invasion. The goal is to degrade U.S. security, degrade U.S. sovereignty and create a manufactured crisis and they’ve accomplished all three.
History and The Ripple Effect
I was reminded by a friend in Israel about the 1960 Edward R. Murrow CBS documentary Harvest of Shame. CBS gave America a close look at poverty with migrant workers. Even 58 years ago, the news media used a leftist slant when they accepted the first thing out of the mouths of migrant children even when it was untrue or exaggerated.
Back then, the field workers were mostly poor black Americans with a few migrants from Mexico, but today, the majority of migrant workers are from Mexico and Haiti. They’re often paid by the piece, meaning the more fruit or vegetables they pick, the more they get paid. Since 1966, they’re also covered under minimum wage. Today however, there is a chronic surplus of labor.
The ripples in America started in 1960 and we didn’t recognize them then as setting up Americans for white guilt, class tension and open border immigration for people who will “do jobs Americans won’t do.” Now those ripples are a tsunami.
In 1981, my daughter was in high school, and she spent two summers de-tasseling corn from sunup to sundown. She wasn’t paid a lot, but she made decent money for a high school youngster, and my daughter did this while wearing a thick plastic scoliosis back brace in the midwestern heat. Few of today’s young people would work that hard for extra dollars. We remembered the stories from parents and grandparents who lived through the 1929 depression.
President Reagan’s Amnesty
The influx of illegal aliens receiving amnesty or asylum has increased exponentially since 1960, and even more since President Ronald Reagan’s amnesty via the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Reagan signed a sweeping immigration reform bill into law. It was sold as a crackdown: There would be tighter security at the Mexican border, and employers would face strict penalties for hiring undocumented workers.
But the bill also made any immigrant who’d entered the country before 1982 eligible for amnesty — a word not usually associated with the so-called father of modern conservatism. The law granted amnesty to nearly 3 million illegal immigrants, yet was largely considered unsuccessful because the strict sanctions on employers were stripped out of the bill for passage.
Reagan helped to open the influx of illegals when he stated, “I believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down roots and lived here, even though some time back they may have entered illegally.” Thank you, President Reagan, you were one of the catalysts who precipitated this border nightmare.
Reagan’s own diaries show the president found the idea of a militantly staffed border fence difficult to take. In a private meeting with then-President Jose Lopez Portillo of Mexico in 1979, Reagan wrote that he hoped to discuss how the United States and Mexico could make the border “something other than the location for a fence.”
LBJ’s 1965 Immigration Act
President Lyndon Johnson signed the Hart-Celler Act into law in October 1965.
The 1965 Immigration Act allowed “chain migration” preference for extended family members such as siblings and in-laws, immigration has not been a net positive to the U.S. economy, a total understatement today.
The current U.S. legal immigration system allows for newly naturalized citizens to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the U.S. This process, known as “chain migration,” makes up more than 70 percent of all legal immigration to the country. Link
According to a 2013 Heritage Foundation study on the potential impact of amnesty on government fiscal measures, using 2010 census data, the average unlawful immigrant household uses over $14,000 in government benefits and services annually in excess of their total income and sales tax contributions. Giving amnesty to illegal households does not improve their net contribution to the U.S. economy. It increases their average deficit to $22,700 annually, because of higher welfare eligibility and, of course, social security.
Congressman Steve King said that those 3 million people who “received amnesty” under the 1986 Reagan law added an additional five people for each newly legalized person, to reflect those legalized under family reunification policies. That means an additional 15 million people. If 71 percent of the combined 18 million Americans voted for Obama, King argued, then Obama benefited from nearly 13 million votes due to the act.
Over the last 35 years, chain migration has greatly exceeded new immigration. Out of 33 million immigrants admitted to the United States from 1981 to 2016, about 20 million were chain migration immigrants (61 percent). According to the most complete contemporary academic studies on chain migration, in recent years each new immigrant sponsored an average of 3.45 additional immigrants.
In the early 1980s, the chain migration multiplier was 2.59, or more than 30 percent lower. Of the top immigrant-sending countries, Mexico has the highest rate of chain migration. In the most recent five-year cohort of immigrants studied (1996-2000), each new Mexican immigrant sponsored 6.38 additional legal immigrants.
Congress could mitigate the chain migration impact of a DACA amnesty by eliminating and/or scaling back the three main categories of chain migration (parents, adult sons and daughters, and siblings of citizens). If the controversial visa lottery program also were eliminated, legal immigration would be reduced by 20 percent.
Rocks and Tear Gas
Southern border illegal aliens aren’t throwing pebbles, they’re throwing large rocks, rocks that kill if they hit their targets…our border patrol agents. Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins was a police Captain when he made the following one-minute video showing how patrol agents must arm their vehicles to avoid being hit by rocks.
Migrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries.
The use of tear gas is nothing new. Newsweek reported that Obama used both tear gas and pepper spray dozens of times. One article said it was used every month during Obama’s administration. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) has shone a light on just how common the use of tear gas and pepper spray at the border really is.
The agency deployed the substance a total of 29 times in fiscal year 2018, which ended on September 30, 2018. Data also showed that the substance was deployed nearly the same number of times in fiscal years 2012 and 2013 under former President Barack Obama, with CBP using the substance 26 times in fiscal year 2012 and 27 times in fiscal year 2013.
In terms of pepper spray use, deployments appeared to soar under the Obama administration, with CBP personnel using the substance 95 times in fiscal year 2012, a number that climbed to 151 in 2013, before dropping to 109 in fiscal year 2014.
Border agents face making split second decisions regarding the use of force. Migrants from Central America screamed through a border wall at a U.S. Border Patrol agent after he pulled down a banner Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, in San Diego.
Rock throwing migrants put women and children in the front lines, just like the Palestinians do with Israel. The men hide behind the innocents.
Communicable Diseases and Criminal Elements
Sidney Powell author of Licensed to Lie was a recent guest on Lou Dobbs’ show and stated that these illegal aliens are bringing in diseases and illnesses to America. Immediately Dobbs shut her down and said we didn’t have proof of what she was saying. Sidney was right, and we now have documentation from Tijuana of the many illnesses of these illegal immigrants.
Fox News reported that out of 6,000 migrants currently residing in the city, over a third of them (2,267) are being treated for health-related issues. More than 60 percent of them have respiratory infections. There are three cases of tuberculosis, four cases of HIV/AIDS, 101 cases of lice and skin infections, and four cases of chicken pox…and serious cases of hepatitis because of the unsanitary conditions in which they’re living. Migrants might well start a Typhus epidemic and bring in life threatening Chagas disease which is epidemic in Latin America. Link
Ellis Island, where new immigrants came into this country, checked the health of those coming to America. If they were sick, they were quarantined to protect our populace. Today, every person is allowed into this country without health quarantines. We need to desperately go back to the Ellis Island requirements for entry into our country.
The Department of Homeland Security reports there are more than 600 embedded convicted criminals and MS-13 gang members within these hordes. Drug cartels, human traffickers, and common criminals want access to Americans. Trump is right to stop it. Permanently close the border!
The citizens of Tijuana don’t want them in their city, and have called them an invasion!
Murder and Mayhem
According to numerous websites, America’s civilian terror toll within the borders of the United States increases at a rate of more than 12 dead Americans a day. Illegal aliens have murdered more people in the USA than were killed on 9/11 plus all our war dead so far in Afghanistan and Iraq combined. Illegals have murdered more than 75,468 people inside the USA since 9/11, that’s almost 4,200 per year, and this is a low estimate.
The U.S. Border patrol reports that illegal immigration across the 1,940-mile-long America-Mexico border is staggering.
An average of 10,000 illegal aliens cross the border every day – over 3 million per year. A third will be caught and many of them immediately will try again. About half of those remaining will become permanent U.S. residents (3,500 per day) or 1,277,500 per year. Quite obviously the 20-year repetitious statistic of 11 to 12 million illegals residing in America is a drop in the bucket compared to the multi-millions now here.
Fox News reports that Border Patrol agents are averaging 641 arrests every day, which works out to 19,230 in a month, or 7,018,950 per year. One has to wonder how many make it into the country who are never caught.
More than likely we have upwards of 70 to 80 million illegal aliens residing in the United States.
The Daily Caller reports that “there has been a 110 percent increase in male adults showing up at the border with children. Further, DHS separated 507 illegal immigrants between April 19 and September 30 because they fraudulently claimed they were part of a family unit.”
NewsWithViews Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri reported Violence in Tijuana where immigrants were attacking Mexican citizens but police were standing down.
Member of European Parliament (MEP) Marcel de Graaff warns that the United Nations global compact on migration will make it a criminal offense for citizens and media outlets to criticize mass immigration.
We have but one chance to close the border and keep our country safe. Write your congress creatures and our President and demand the entire southern border be shut down!
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