Saturday, March 25, 2017

LA RAZA MEXICAN-OCCUPIED CALIFORNIA: 50% OF ALL CHILDREN BORN ON MEDICAID

In 24 States, 50% or More of Babies Born on Medicaid; New Mexico Leads Nation With 72%

(CNSNews.com) - In 24 of the nation’s 50 states at least half of the babies born during the latest year on record had their births paid for by Medicaid, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation [1].
New Mexico led all states with 72 percent of the babies born there in 2015 having their births covered by Medicaid.
Arkansas ranked second with 67%; Louisiana ranked third with 65 percent; and three states—Mississippi, Nevada and Wisconsin—tied for fourth place with 64 percent of babies born there covered by Medicaid.
New Hampshire earned the distinction of having the smallest percentage of babies born on Medicaid. In that state, Medicaid paid for the births of only 27 percent of the babies born in 2015.
Virginia and Utah tied for the next to last position, with 31 percent of the babies born on Medicaid.
However, according to KFF, some of the nation’s most populous states shared the distinction of having 50 percent or more of the babies born there born on Medicaid.

In California, Florida and Illinois, for example, 50 percent of all babies were born on Medicaid in the latest year on record.
In New York, 51 percent of the babies were born on Medicaid.
In Ohio, 52 percent of babies were born on Medicaid.
The Kaiser Family Foundation gathered its data on the number of babies born on Medicaid in each state by surveying the state Medicaid directors.
“Medicaid directors were asked to provide the most recent available data on the share of all births in their states that were financed by Medicaid,” said a KFF report [3].
“About half of the states were able to provide data for calendar 2015 or fiscal year 2015,” said KFF. “Other states generally provided data from 2013 or 2014. On average, states reported that Medicaid pays for just over 47 percent of all births.”
“Eight states (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina and West Virginia) reported that Medicaid pays for 60 percent or more of all births in their state,” reported KFF.
The KFF survey said data from Hawaii was not available.
study published by the journal “Women’s Health Issues” [4] in 2013 looked at births covered by Medicaid in the years 2008, 2009, 2010. The report said it was trying to establish a “baseline” for Medicaid-covered birth before the Affordable Care Act’s—AKA Obamacare’s—expansion of Medicaid kicked in.
“Starting in 2014,” said this report, “some states will extend Medicaid to thousands of previously uninsured, low-income women. Given this changing landscape, it is important to have a baseline of current levels of Medicaid financing for births in each state.”
That study, done by researchers at George Washington University and the March of Dimes, determined that in 2008, 40.08 percent of the births in the United States were covered by Medicaid; and that, in 2009, 43.89 percent were covered by Medicaid.
By 2010, according this report, the percentage of births in the United States covered by Medicaid had risen to 47.75 percent—or 1,805,151 out of 3,780,519 total births.
Another report, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [5] later in December 2013, looked at the form of payment for births in the 33 states and the District of Columbia that as of 2010 had adopted the 2003 version of “U.S. Standard Certificate for Live Birth.” This certificate specifically asks the mother to say which of four categories the payment for her child’s birth falls into: private insurance, Medicaid, self-pay, or other.
This data, according to the CDC, covered all 2010 births in the 33 states and the District of Columbia, which accounted for 76 percent of all births in the nation in that year. According to the CDC, this data revealed that 44.9 percent of the babies born in these jurisdictions in 2010 were born on Medicaid.
In this 2010 CDC data for 33 states, New Mexico also led with the highest percentage of births on Medicaid—with 57.5 percent of all babies born there that year having their births covered by Medicaid.

In California, Florida and Illinois, for example, 50 percent of all babies were born on Medicaid in the latest year on record.

A Nation Commits Suicide
AMERICA DIES YOUNG, POOR AND ADDICTED!


A NATION IN MELTDOWN

MEXICO SERVES UP THE HEROIN – WHITE AMERICA PERISHES



“Whites had the highest rate of overdose deaths of any ethnicity, more than double the combined death rate for blacks and Latinos.”


Rising death rate for middle-aged US workers 
driven by “deaths of despair”

By Niles Niemuth
24 March 2017
The latest research on rising mortality rates by Princeton University economists Anne Case and Angus Deaton, presented this week at the Brookings Institution, shines new light on the depth of the social crisis which has devastated the American working class since the year 2000.
Building off their initial 2015 study which documented a sharp rise in the mortality rate for white, middle-aged working-class Americans, Case and Deaton conclude that the rising death rate is being driven by what they define as “deaths of despair,” those due to drug overdoses, complications from alcohol and suicide. The mortality rate for these causes grew by half a percent annually between 1999 and 2013.
During the course of the 20th century, the annual mortality rate for all middle-aged whites fell from 1,400 per 100,000 to 400 per 100,000. The US experienced a 100-year period of almost uninterrupted improvements in death rates and life expectancy. In this context Case and Deaton identify the recent rise in middle-aged mortality as “extraordinary and unanticipated.”
The epidemic of deaths from drugs, alcohol and suicide was initially seen in the American Southwest in the year 2000 but soon spread to the Appalachian region and Florida and is now nationwide, affecting rural and urban areas alike.
While every region of the US has seen an increase in the rate of “deaths of despair” among middle-aged whites over the last 15 years, the hardest-hit states are in the South (Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi). Large urban and suburban areas have been the least affected, rural areas the most.
The mortality rate for working-class whites was also pushed up by a slowing and then stagnation of the decline in deaths from heart disease for white Americans between 2009 and 2015. On top of this the decline in mortality from lung cancer, caused by smoking and occupational hazards, slowed for white men 45-54 between 2000 and 2014, while mortality actually increased for white women 45-49 between 2000 and 2010.
Case and Deaton found that midlife mortality for middle-aged, working-class, white Americans surpassed the midlife mortality for all African Americans for the first time in 2008, and by 2015 mortality for working-class whites was 30 percent higher than for blacks. More significantly, their data shows that the gap in mortality between whites and blacks in the working class has all but disappeared. This is the outcome of a general decline in mortality for blacks and a rapid increase for whites over the last decade-and-a-half, though in recent years the mortality rate for working-class blacks has begun rising along with that of whites.
Case and Deaton’s report is supported by the most recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) data concerning suicides and overdoses.
The CDC found that after declining between 1986 and 1999 the US suicide rate rose gradually between 2000 and 2015, with the rate growing most rapidly in smaller cities and rural areas after the 2007-2008 economic collapse. Whites and Native Americans had the highest suicide rates, with both groups seeing noticeable increases. All told there were 600,000 suicides in the US between 1999 and 2015—the equivalent of the loss of a major city, more than the total estimated deaths in the Syrian civil war.
Another recent CDC report found that overdoses from all drugs has more than doubled since 1999, with middle-aged Americans having the highest rate of overdoses. The overdose rate for whites has more than tripled since 1999 and is now more than double the rate for blacks and Hispanics combined. Nearly 13,000 people died from heroin overdoses alone in 2015, more than four times the number of deaths recorded in 2010.
The data collected and analyzed by Case and Deaton reflects a deeply sick society, the outcome of a social counterrevolution which has accelerated since the 2008 crash.
Their research makes clear that the American working class, regardless of race, is being made to pay the price for the failure of capitalism, exposing the lie repeated by pseudo-left groups and the practitioners of identity politics about the “privileged white working class.”
In the period reviewed by Case and Deaton, the Democratic Party completed its repudiation of a political program which in any way addressed the needs or interests of the working class, in favor of middle-class identity politics. This found its culmination in the election of Barack Obama, the first black president, who funneled trillions of dollars into Wall Street and expanded the wars in the Middle East. In the last year of his presidency, which had seen such catastrophes as the lead poisoning of Flint and the BP oil spill, and seven years of wage stagnation, Obama asserted that things were “pretty darn great” in America.
The immiseration of the American working class has also been made possible by betrayals of the trade unions which over the last four decades have collaborated with and integrated themselves ever more closely with the corporations in order to shutter factories, eliminate jobs and enforce wage and benefit cuts.
The period in which the American working class has been subjected to unrelenting attacks has seen the growth of historically unprecedented levels of social inequality. The resources of society and the wealth created by the working class have been plundered and funneled into the hands of an ever wealthier financial aristocracy. This process will only accelerate under Trump.
While it is claimed there is “no money” to pay for decent wages or social services in the US, the country claims eight of the world’s 10 wealthiest billionaires and spends more than the next seven countries combined on its military. The health care overhaul and budget cuts being proposed by the Trump administration are guaranteed to accelerate the social counterrevolution.
In this regard it is striking to note the overlap between the areas of the country particularly devastated by “deaths of despair” in the period examined by Case and Deaton and those with a large vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. The anti-working class policies pursued in the Obama years paved the way for Trump.
The residents of these areas, either rural or devastated by years of factory closures, voted for Trump not out of racial animus—an assertion often made by the mainstream media and pseudo-left—but as a cry of desperation, incipient anger and complete disgust with the political establishment.
These people have been at the frontlines of the onslaught against the working class, facilitated by Democrats and Republicans alike. As far as Trump identified himself as an outsider, opposed to the political establishment which facilitated the plunder of the working class, he drew significant support. These same working people are quickly being disabused of any illusions they may have held in the billionaire businessman.
The fundamental question raised by Case and Deaton’s research is the struggle of the working class against the capitalist system and for socialism. Social inequality has never been higher and the rich have never been richer. The working class is the only force which can reverse this counterrevolution. Workers must turn to socialism and fight to build a mass independent movement which will fight for political power and take control of the wealth plundered from them, putting it to use for the common good.

….. the American Middle-Class at death’s door and knocking ….

THE DEATH OF AMERICA: MEXICO SERVES UP THE HEROIN.


In West Virginia, 5,182 children were in foster care in 2016, most orphaned by the heroin epidemic.

The death toll translates into an average of one fatal overdose every 12 hours in the state of West Virginia.

THE DEATH of WHITE AMERICA




“Whites had the highest rate of

overdose deaths of any

ethnicity, more than double the

combined death rate for blacks

and Latinos.

THE LEGACY of BARACK OBAMA: MUSLIM PSYCHOPATH AND BANKSTER RENT BOY WHO CAME NEAR TO CREATING A MUSLIM-STYLE DICTATORSHIP BY SABOTAGING AMERICA’S HOMELAND SECURITY AND FUNDING THE MEXICAN FASCIST RACIST PARTY of LA RAZA.




The WSWS has reported several times that during Obama’s administration the wealth of the richest 400 Americans grew from $1.57 trillion to $2.4 trillion and the stock market enjoyed one of its most successful runs in history.
AMERICA: No Damned Legal Need Apply!

While the declining job market in the United States may be discouraging some would-be border crossers, a flow of illegal aliens continues unabated, with many entering the United States as drug-smuggling “mules.”



MEXICO’S BIGGEST EXPORTS TO U.S.: Heroin, Criminals, Anchor baby breeders for 18 years of gringo-paid welfare.

AMERICA THE ADDICTED: 1 in 7 are addicted

CAUTION: GRAPHIC IMAGES!

MEXICO’S BIGGEST EXPORTS TO U.S.: Heroin, Criminals, Anchor baby breeders for 18 years of gringo-paid welfare.

Friday, March 24, 2017

AMERICA DIES OF DESPAIR - SOARING MORTALITY RATES AS AMERICANS GIVE UP

A Nation Commits Suicide
AMERICA DIES YOUNG, POOR AND ADDICTED!


A NATION IN MELTDOWN

MEXICO SERVES UP THE HEROIN – WHITE AMERICA PERISHES



“Whites had the highest rate of overdose deaths of any ethnicity, more than double the combined death rate for blacks and Latinos.”


Rising death rate for middle-aged US workers 
driven by “deaths of despair”

By Niles Niemuth
24 March 2017
The latest research on rising mortality rates by Princeton University economists Anne Case and Angus Deaton, presented this week at the Brookings Institution, shines new light on the depth of the social crisis which has devastated the American working class since the year 2000.
Building off their initial 2015 study which documented a sharp rise in the mortality rate for white, middle-aged working-class Americans, Case and Deaton conclude that the rising death rate is being driven by what they define as “deaths of despair,” those due to drug overdoses, complications from alcohol and suicide. The mortality rate for these causes grew by half a percent annually between 1999 and 2013.
During the course of the 20th century, the annual mortality rate for all middle-aged whites fell from 1,400 per 100,000 to 400 per 100,000. The US experienced a 100-year period of almost uninterrupted improvements in death rates and life expectancy. In this context Case and Deaton identify the recent rise in middle-aged mortality as “extraordinary and unanticipated.”
The epidemic of deaths from drugs, alcohol and suicide was initially seen in the American Southwest in the year 2000 but soon spread to the Appalachian region and Florida and is now nationwide, affecting rural and urban areas alike.
While every region of the US has seen an increase in the rate of “deaths of despair” among middle-aged whites over the last 15 years, the hardest-hit states are in the South (Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi). Large urban and suburban areas have been the least affected, rural areas the most.
The mortality rate for working-class whites was also pushed up by a slowing and then stagnation of the decline in deaths from heart disease for white Americans between 2009 and 2015. On top of this the decline in mortality from lung cancer, caused by smoking and occupational hazards, slowed for white men 45-54 between 2000 and 2014, while mortality actually increased for white women 45-49 between 2000 and 2010.
Case and Deaton found that midlife mortality for middle-aged, working-class, white Americans surpassed the midlife mortality for all African Americans for the first time in 2008, and by 2015 mortality for working-class whites was 30 percent higher than for blacks. More significantly, their data shows that the gap in mortality between whites and blacks in the working class has all but disappeared. This is the outcome of a general decline in mortality for blacks and a rapid increase for whites over the last decade-and-a-half, though in recent years the mortality rate for working-class blacks has begun rising along with that of whites.
Case and Deaton’s report is supported by the most recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) data concerning suicides and overdoses.
The CDC found that after declining between 1986 and 1999 the US suicide rate rose gradually between 2000 and 2015, with the rate growing most rapidly in smaller cities and rural areas after the 2007-2008 economic collapse. Whites and Native Americans had the highest suicide rates, with both groups seeing noticeable increases. All told there were 600,000 suicides in the US between 1999 and 2015—the equivalent of the loss of a major city, more than the total estimated deaths in the Syrian civil war.
Another recent CDC report found that overdoses from all drugs has more than doubled since 1999, with middle-aged Americans having the highest rate of overdoses. The overdose rate for whites has more than tripled since 1999 and is now more than double the rate for blacks and Hispanics combined. Nearly 13,000 people died from heroin overdoses alone in 2015, more than four times the number of deaths recorded in 2010.
The data collected and analyzed by Case and Deaton reflects a deeply sick society, the outcome of a social counterrevolution which has accelerated since the 2008 crash.
Their research makes clear that the American working class, regardless of race, is being made to pay the price for the failure of capitalism, exposing the lie repeated by pseudo-left groups and the practitioners of identity politics about the “privileged white working class.”
In the period reviewed by Case and Deaton, the Democratic Party completed its repudiation of a political program which in any way addressed the needs or interests of the working class, in favor of middle-class identity politics. This found its culmination in the election of Barack Obama, the first black president, who funneled trillions of dollars into Wall Street and expanded the wars in the Middle East. In the last year of his presidency, which had seen such catastrophes as the lead poisoning of Flint and the BP oil spill, and seven years of wage stagnation, Obama asserted that things were “pretty darn great” in America.
The immiseration of the American working class has also been made possible by betrayals of the trade unions which over the last four decades have collaborated with and integrated themselves ever more closely with the corporations in order to shutter factories, eliminate jobs and enforce wage and benefit cuts.
The period in which the American working class has been subjected to unrelenting attacks has seen the growth of historically unprecedented levels of social inequality. The resources of society and the wealth created by the working class have been plundered and funneled into the hands of an ever wealthier financial aristocracy. This process will only accelerate under Trump.
While it is claimed there is “no money” to pay for decent wages or social services in the US, the country claims eight of the world’s 10 wealthiest billionaires and spends more than the next seven countries combined on its military. The health care overhaul and budget cuts being proposed by the Trump administration are guaranteed to accelerate the social counterrevolution.
In this regard it is striking to note the overlap between the areas of the country particularly devastated by “deaths of despair” in the period examined by Case and Deaton and those with a large vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. The anti-working class policies pursued in the Obama years paved the way for Trump.
The residents of these areas, either rural or devastated by years of factory closures, voted for Trump not out of racial animus—an assertion often made by the mainstream media and pseudo-left—but as a cry of desperation, incipient anger and complete disgust with the political establishment.
These people have been at the frontlines of the onslaught against the working class, facilitated by Democrats and Republicans alike. As far as Trump identified himself as an outsider, opposed to the political establishment which facilitated the plunder of the working class, he drew significant support. These same working people are quickly being disabused of any illusions they may have held in the billionaire businessman.
The fundamental question raised by Case and Deaton’s research is the struggle of the working class against the capitalist system and for socialism. Social inequality has never been higher and the rich have never been richer. The working class is the only force which can reverse this counterrevolution. Workers must turn to socialism and fight to build a mass independent movement which will fight for political power and take control of the wealth plundered from them, putting it to use for the common good.

….. the American Middle-Class at death’s door and knocking ….

THE DEATH OF AMERICA: MEXICO SERVES UP THE HEROIN.


In West Virginia, 5,182 children were in foster care in 2016, most orphaned by the heroin epidemic.

The death toll translates into an average of one fatal overdose every 12 hours in the state of West Virginia.

THE DEATH of WHITE AMERICA




“Whites had the highest rate of overdose deaths of any

ethnicity, more than double the combined death rate for 

blacks and Latinos.

THE LEGACY of BARACK OBAMA: MUSLIM PSYCHOPATH AND BANKSTER RENT BOY WHO CAME NEAR TO CREATING A MUSLIM-STYLE DICTATORSHIP BY SABOTAGING AMERICA’S HOMELAND SECURITY AND FUNDING THE MEXICAN FASCIST RACIST PARTY of LA RAZA.




The WSWS has reported several times that during Obama’s administration the wealth of the richest 400 Americans grew from $1.57 trillion to $2.4 trillion and the stock market enjoyed one of its most successful runs in history.
AMERICA: No Damned Legal Need Apply!

While the declining job market in the United States may be discouraging some would-be border crossers, a flow of illegal aliens continues unabated, with many entering the United States as drug-smuggling “mules.”



MEXICO’S BIGGEST EXPORTS TO U.S.: Heroin, Criminals, Anchor baby breeders for 18 years of gringo-paid welfare.

AMERICA THE ADDICTED: 1 in 7 are addicted

CAUTION: GRAPHIC IMAGES!

DRUGS AND POVERTY
 THE LAST days BEFORE THE REVOLUTION
STAGGERING ADDICTION and POVERTY IN AMERICA
In 24 States, 50% or More of Babies Born on Medicaid; New Mexico Leads Nation With 72%

(CNSNews.com) - In 24 of the nation’s 50 states at least half of the babies born during the latest year on record had their births paid for by Medicaid, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation [1].
New Mexico led all states with 72 percent of the babies born there in 2015 having their births covered by Medicaid.
Arkansas ranked second with 67%; Louisiana ranked third with 65 percent; and three states—Mississippi, Nevada and Wisconsin—tied for fourth place with 64 percent of babies born there covered by Medicaid.
New Hampshire earned the distinction of having the smallest percentage of babies born on Medicaid. In that state, Medicaid paid for the births of only 27 percent of the babies born in 2015.
Virginia and Utah tied for the next to last position, with 31 percent of the babies born on Medicaid.
However, according to KFF, some of the nation’s most populous states shared the distinction of having 50 percent or more of the babies born there born on Medicaid.

In California, Florida and Illinois, for example, 50 percent of all babies were born on Medicaid in the latest year on record.
In New York, 51 percent of the babies were born on Medicaid.
In Ohio, 52 percent of babies were born on Medicaid.
The Kaiser Family Foundation gathered its data on the number of babies born on Medicaid in each state by surveying the state Medicaid directors.
“Medicaid directors were asked to provide the most recent available data on the share of all births in their states that were financed by Medicaid,” said a KFF report [3].
“About half of the states were able to provide data for calendar 2015 or fiscal year 2015,” said KFF. “Other states generally provided data from 2013 or 2014. On average, states reported that Medicaid pays for just over 47 percent of all births.”
“Eight states (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina and West Virginia) reported that Medicaid pays for 60 percent or more of all births in their state,” reported KFF.
The KFF survey said data from Hawaii was not available.
study published by the journal “Women’s Health Issues” [4] in 2013 looked at births covered by Medicaid in the years 2008, 2009, 2010. The report said it was trying to establish a “baseline” for Medicaid-covered birth before the Affordable Care Act’s—AKA Obamacare’s—expansion of Medicaid kicked in.
“Starting in 2014,” said this report, “some states will extend Medicaid to thousands of previously uninsured, low-income women. Given this changing landscape, it is important to have a baseline of current levels of Medicaid financing for births in each state.”
That study, done by researchers at George Washington University and the March of Dimes, determined that in 2008, 40.08 percent of the births in the United States were covered by Medicaid; and that, in 2009, 43.89 percent were covered by Medicaid.
By 2010, according this report, the percentage of births in the United States covered by Medicaid had risen to 47.75 percent—or 1,805,151 out of 3,780,519 total births.
Another report, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [5] later in December 2013, looked at the form of payment for births in the 33 states and the District of Columbia that as of 2010 had adopted the 2003 version of “U.S. Standard Certificate for Live Birth.” This certificate specifically asks the mother to say which of four categories the payment for her child’s birth falls into: private insurance, Medicaid, self-pay, or other.
This data, according to the CDC, covered all 2010 births in the 33 states and the District of Columbia, which accounted for 76 percent of all births in the nation in that year. According to the CDC, this data revealed that 44.9 percent of the babies born in these jurisdictions in 2010 were born on Medicaid.
In this 2010 CDC data for 33 states, New Mexico also led with the highest percentage of births on Medicaid—with 57.5 percent of all babies born there that year having their births covered by Medicaid.

In California, Florida and Illinois, for example, 50 percent of all babies were born on Medicaid in the latest year on record.

MEXICO EXPANDS THEIR SUPREMACY OCCUPATION - MARYLAND SURRENDERS TO THE MEXICAN FASCIST PARTY of LA RAZA "The Race"

The staggering cost of all that “cheap” Mexican labor:

MEXICANS SUCK IN MORE WELFARE THAN LEGALS!


“The lifetime costs of Social Security and Medicare benefits of illegal immigrant beneficiaries of President Obama’s executive amnesty would be well over a trillion dollars, according to Heritage Foundation expert Robert Rector’s prepared testimony for a House panel obtained in advance by Breitbart News.”



AMERICA’S STROLL TO CIVIL WAR II

The emphasis on class warfare, open borders, secularism, and multiculturalism at the expense of Americanism by not only the Democratic Party, but by their cohorts in the media and universities has led to a very divided America with each having a separate vision for the United States. The Left as represented by
 the Democratic Party seeks an open-border stateless America where anyone who sets foot on our soil is free to practice their branch of identity within our borders and with no allegiance to American sovereignty.


ILLEGALS & WELFARE
70% OF ILLEGALS GET WELFARE!
“According to the Centers for Immigration Studies, April '11, at least 70% of Mexican illegal alien families receive some type of welfare in the US!!! cis.org”
CIS


MARYLAND moves to be 'sanctuary state’



Maryland Democrats this week took a major step to becoming a "sanctuary state," drawing outrage from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and concerns it would protect an 18-year-old illegal charged with raping a 14-year-old girl in a school bathroom last week.

The Democratically-controlled House of Delegates voted 83-55 to OK the Maryland Law Enforcement and Trust Act. Generally, it would bar state and local law enforcement from helping federal immigration officials seeking illegals, including requests to detain inmates for deportation.




The legislation, however, allows counties that prefer to work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to continue. The sponsor, Del. Marice Morales of Montgomery County, called it a compromise, but told the Baltimore Sun that she was "disappointed."

The Maryland House Democrats Twitter account said the law "promotes understanding & respect between our communities and law enforcement."

The passage drew a quick veto threat from Hogan. On Facebook, he said, "The Maryland House of Delegates tonight passed an outrageously irresponsible bill that will make Maryland a sanctuary state and endanger our citizens. This legislation would interfere with our state and local law enforcement's ability to cooperate with federal law enforcement authorities. I will veto this dangerously misguided legislation the moment that it reaches my desk."


And Sen. Michael Hough, a Republican from Frederick County which has struggled with MS-13 crime, added that the legislation "turns Maryland into a sanctuary state for illegal aliens who have committed crimes. Law enforcement cannot coordinate with DHS."
He said that the legislation has been "floating around" in the state capital for a while, but that a "Trump derangement syndrome" is helping to push the bill this year.




In a February hearing in Annapolis, Morales said the legislation was needed because of President Trump's efforts to increase deportations of criminal illegals, though she wouldn't use his name. She referred to Trump as "the executive to this country, which he will remain nameless for now as far as I am concerned."

Explaining the bill, she said, "What this is about is we're not going to initiate, we're not going to use state or local resources to do the federal government's job." She added that it would empower the attorney general to "adopt policies so that Maryland residents, including undocumented immigrants, they they feel safe in public funded areas like the public schools, hospitals and court houses."

In addition to Maryland, California is taking steps to become a sanctuary state. Rhode Island and Connecticut have issued similar rules over agencies it controls.
Jessica Vaughan, the policy director at the Center for Immigration Studies, said sanctuary policies are a public safety threat.
"I can't imagine how any lawmaker in their right mind in Maryland could support a sanctuary policy after all that has happened there, especially after the influx of illegal alien youths and families from Central America, which swept in a whole new generation of gang members who have been terrorizing immigrant communities. Montgomery and Prince Georges counties in particular have become safe havens for all manner of criminal aliens who should be sent back to their home country instead of allowed to stay here in defiance of our laws," she said.
Vaughan added, "It's a disgrace that the Maryland assembly is working harder for illegal aliens than it is for the Marylanders who are harmed by illegal immigration."

18-year-old Henry E. Sanchez, in the U.S. illegally, is charged in the rape of a 14-year-old fellow student inside Rockville, Md. High. Montgomery County Police photo.
On Monday, ICE and the Department of Homeland Security ripped sanctuary areas for endangering the public and vowed to step up efforts to get access to illegals being held in jail.
That includes 18-year-old Henry E. Sanchez of Guatemala, charged with raping the 14-year-old girl in a boy's restroom at Rockville High School last week. He and another suspect, from El Salvador, are being held in jail.
Officials have not indicated if they will turn Sanchez over to ICE before he goes through the court process and is convicted. DHS identified Montgomery County as a "sanctuary county," though the county has rejected the label.
Federal immigration law does not require that illegals sought for deportation be convicted or that they serve their prison terms first, according to officials.


Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com




INVADE, RAPE, MURDER and then vote Democrat for more!

Illegals Committing Heinous Acts Against Children & civilians in U.S.


A Mexican illegal alien allegedly raped a girl in Kansas in September after being DEPORTED TEN times in the past six years alone, according to reports.

Police: Illegal Alien Suspects Charged After Allegedly Raping and Sodomizing 14-Year-Old Maryland High School Student




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Two suspects reportedly in the U.S. illegally allegedly raped and sodomized a 14-year-old Maryland high school student on Thursday after trapping her in a bathroom stall during the school day, according to police.

ABC7 reporter Kevin Lewis posted a statement of probable cause from the Montgomery County Police Department on Mar. 17 on Twitter that quickly went viral:





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JUST IN: The court documents in the alleged Rockville High School midday rape describe a terribly gruesome, violent, unconscionable attack.
A detective from the Special Victims Investigations Division Child Abuse/Sex Assault (SVID CA/SA) interviewed the victim, identified as “Victim A,” on Mar. 16. The young victim was allegedly orally, anally, and vaginally raped. Below is a transcript from three of the four available pages from the detective’s statement of probable cause:
One March 16, 2017, your affiant, a duly sworn Montgomery County Police Detective, currently assigned to the Special Victims Investigations Division Child Abuse/Sex Assault (SVID CA/SA), began an investigation into the allegation of rape of a minor, known to your affiant, and referred to as Victim A from this point forward.
Victim A is a 14-year-old female (DOB: 4/16/2002) who attends Rockville High School located at 2100 Baltimore Road, Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland 20851.
On March 16, 2017, Victim A told school staff that she was sexually assaulted by two boys in the school bathroom. Victim A was interviewed by Detective K. Carvajal and your affiant. During the interview Victim A disclosed the following:

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Victim A was in the school hallways when she met with the two other students later identified as Jose O. Montano and Henry E. Sanchez Milian. Victim A knew Montano as a friend and did not know Sanchez Milian personally. Montano and Victim A engaged in a conversation and Montano asked Victim A for a hug. Then Montano slapped her butt and asked her to come with him and his friend, Sanchez Milian. They were walking near the gym area when they passed by the bathroom. Montano asked Victim A for sex, which she refused. Montano asked again, more persistently and pushed Victim A into the boy’s bathroom. Montano then pushed Victim A into the one bathroom stall with a door. Sanchez Milian came in and left.
Victim A was holding a sink to avoid going into the bathroom when Montano grabbed her hand and pulled her into the stall. Montano pushed Victim A into the corner of the stall and kissed her neck. Montano then unzipped Victim A’s top and and pulled her breasts out to play with. Victim A again told Montano to stop.
Sanchez Milian came into the stall. Montano unbuckled Victim A’s pants and pulled it down. Montano pressed his body against Victim A. Victim A tried to push Montano off. Montano grabbed Victim A’s arms and turned her around. Montano bent Victim A over the toilet. Victim A again said to stop.
Montano and Sanchez Milian spoke to each other in Spanish. Then Sanchez Milian sat in front of Victim A on the toilet with his penis pulled out. Sanchez Milian forced his penis inside Victim A’s mouth and forced oral sex. Victim A tried to lift up but Sanchez Milian held the back of Victim A’s head. During the same time, Montano attempted to force anal intercourse with Victim A. Victim A felt Montano’s penis against her butt and felt pain. Victim A cried out in pain. Sanchez Milian told Victim A to calm down. Montano then forced vaginal intercourse with Victim A from behind. Montano pulled Victim A’s hands behind her back. Montano also grabbed her breasts. Montano moved faster. Victim A was able to lift her head to say stop. Montano replied that he was almost there. Montano took a deep breath and stopped. Once Montano pulled his penis from Victim A’s vagina, Montano and Sanchez Milian switched positions.
Montano sat down on the toilet in front of Victim A. Victim A observed blood on Montano’s penis. Victim A stated she was on her menstrual cycle. Montano took Victim A’s head and forced his penis inside her mouth, forcing oral sex. Montano held the back of Victim A’s head. At the same time, Sanchez Milian penetrated Victim A’s anus with his penis and forced anal intercourse with Victim A. Then Sanchez Milian pulled out and penetrated Victim A’s vagina with his penis. Sanchez Milian forced vaginal intercourse with Victim A. Sanchez Milian held onto Victim A’s hands against her waist while he forced anal and vaginal intercourse. Victim A repeatedly said to stop.
They heard the door. Sanchez Milian left and Montano told Victim A to be quiet. Montano also put his hand over Victim A’s mouth to keep her quiet. Sanchez Milian returned. Montano and Sanchez Milian again talked to each other again in Spanish. Sanchez Milian gave Victim A his jacket and put it over her head. They act like “body guards” and walk out of the bathroom. Then Montano and Sanchez Milian leave. Victim A enter [sic] girl’s bathroom. When Victim A exited the girl’s bathroom, she saw Montano and Sanchez Milian returning towards her. Victim A drop [sic] Sanchez Milian’s jacket on a railing and left the area to go to class, where she told staff.
On March 16, 2017, Montano was interviewed at which time he denied having any sexual contact with Victim A. Montano stated they went into the bathroom to tell jokes.
On March 16, 2017, the MCPD Forensic Specialist processed the boy’s bathroom and suspected blood that may be mixed with male fluid.
Police released a mugshot of the suspect Sanchez, but not Montano, since he is 17 and thus still a minor.
(Alleged suspect Henry E. Sanchez Milian: Montgomery County Police Department)
Prosecutors told Lewis that the 17-year-old Montano, originally from El Salvador, has arrived in U.S. eight months ago, but whether or not he was an illegal alien “was not immediately known.” The 18-year-old Sanchez Milian had an active “pending alien removal” case against him in the federal judicial system, and had arrived in the U.S. seven months ago, according to prosecutors. He is from Guatemala. Despite his age, Sanchez Milian was allowed to enroll as a freshman at Rockville High School, according to court officials.
NEW: Prosecutors say 17yo accused of raping 14yo female classmate at Rockville HS has been in country for 8 months. He does not know English





Prosecutors say 18yo rape suspect Henry Sanchez already had a pending "alien removal case." He entered U.S. from Guatemala 7 months ago.





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Here is a full write up on the immigration status of both Rockville High School students accused of raping a 14yo girl in a bathroom stall.
Both Montano and Sanchez Milian face “first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sexual offense,” according to WTOP.comU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) placed an immigration detainer request on the 18-year-old Sanchez, but would not comment on Montano’s case as he is still a minor. 
ICE ROUNDS UP THE ILLEGALS


THE STAGGERING CRIME TIDAL WAVE BY THE WORLD'S MOST VIOLENT CULTURE: MEXICAN

OBAMA’S HISPANICAZATION OF AMERICA FOR THE LA RAZA VOTE:


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WIKI LEAKS EXPOSES OBAMA’S OPEN BORDERS AGENDA – BUILDING A BORDERLESS TERRITORY WITH NARCOMEX:




OBAMA’S LA RAZA PARTY INFESTED ADMINISTRATION:




TEN MOST WANTED CRIMINALS IN CALIFORNIA ARE MEXICANS






The Administration's Phantom Immigration Enforcement Policy

According to DHS’s own reports, very little of our nation’s borders (Southwestern or otherwise) are secure, and gaining control is not even a goal of the department.


While the official unemployment rate has climbed from 7.6 percent when President Obama took office in January to 10 percent today, the administration’s worksite enforcement strategy has amounted to a bureaucratic game of musical chairs. The administration has all but ended worksite enforcement actions and replaced them with paperwork audits. When the audits determine that illegal aliens are on the payroll, employers are given the opportunity to fire them with little or no adverse consequence to the company, while no action is taken to remove the illegal workers from the country. The illegal workers simply acquire a new set of fraudulent documents and move on to the next employer seeking workers willing to accept substandard wages.


LA RAZA CRIME TIDAL WAVE:



POLITICIANS HISPANDERING FOR LA RAZA VOTE:



OBAMA’S LA RAZA ICE RELEASED 8,000 MEX CRIMINALS BACK ONTO US:



OBAMA AND THE FASCIST MEXICAN SUPREMACY MOVEMENT OF LA RAZA “THE RACE”



OBAMA PROMISES NON-ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS THAT HINDER LA RAZA OCCUPATION:



FEDS ALLOW ILLEGALS OVER OUR BORDERS:



8 OUT OF 10 ILLEGALS CAUGHT, NEVER PROSECUTED:

8 Out of 10 Illegals Apprehended in 2010 Never Prosecuted



OBAMA HANDS TAX DOLLARS TO MEXICAN SUPREMACIST:



ON THE GROWIN POWER OF “LA RAZA” FASCISM FOR MEX SUPREMACY




OBAMA’S CATCH AND RELEASE PROGRAM WRITTEN BY MEXICO:



OBAMA SABOTAGES OUR BORERS FOR ILLEGALS:



OBAMA QUIETLY ERASING BORDERS BY DEMAND OF MEXICO, LA RAZA, AND THE U.S. CHAMBER of COMMERCE:



OBAMA TELLS LA RAZA ALL ILLEGALS ARE LEGAL:



TERRORIST IN OUR UNDEFENDED NATION, WHILE 

BILLIONS SQUANDERED OVER IN MUSLIM LAND:



OBAMA ARMS MEXICAN ILLEGAL REBELS:



OBAMA KEEPS NARCOMEX ROUTES OPEN TO EASE MORE LA RAZA OVER OUR BORDERS AND INTO THE VOTING BOOTHS:



OBAMA CELEBRATES LA RAZA INVASION:






OBAMA TELLS PENTAGON NO TROOPS ON OUR OPEN BORDERS:


Pentagon official: US could send troops to fight Mexican “insurgency”