Tuesday, December 27, 2016



"In other words, the odds of being punished for 
participating in the illegal immigration economy 
are something like the odds of being given a ticket for driving 56 mph in a 55 mph one." Legal scholar Eric Posner 

Jeff Sessions Will Be a Breath of Fresh Air at the Justice Department 

By Peter Nunez 

Forbes.com, December 19, 2016 

President-elect Trump made illegal immigration a major issue during his successful presidential campaign, and his election provides a mandate for his administration to follow through on this on-going threat to American values. As attorney general, Senator Sessions will be well-placed to lead this effort. 

While serving as a U.S. attorney during the Reagan Administration, Jeff Sessions, along with colleagues from around the country, traveled to San Diego, California on several occasions to attend annual Justice Department conferences. The participants were taken on tours of the U.S.-Mexico border, which in the 1980s was totally out of control. Drug smuggling was rampant, illegal immigration was overwhelming the U.S. Border Patrol, and violence was commonplace. 

During his 20 years in the U.S. Senate, Senator Sessions has been the leading advocate for tougher border control measures, ending illegal immigration and reforming our nation's immigration laws to further the national interest, not the special business and political interests that benefit from illegal immigration and mass legal immigration. As attorney general, Jeff Sessions will carry out the President-elect's mandate to end illegal immigration, as we have known it since Senator Ted Kennedy opened the floodgates back in 1965. 



GRAPHIC IMAGES of America coming under Mex Occupation

The NARCOMEX drug cartels now operate in all major American cities and haul back to NARCOMEX between $40 top $60 BILLION from sales of HEROIN!


Mexican cartel smugglers have taken full advantage of the system in order to maximize their profits from human smuggling as well as the smuggling of illegal aliens. In 2014, Mexico’s Gulf Cartel was able to make approximately $38 million in a matter of months off human smuggling alone.

“Mexican drug cartels are the “other” terrorist threat to America. Militant Islamists have the goal of destroying the United States. Mexican drug cartels are now accomplishing that mission – from within, every day, in virtually 
every community across this country.” 


Havens for Alien Criminals Should Lose Federal Funding 

By Hans von Spakovsky 

The Sacramento Bee, December 1, 2016 
. . . 
Any city official who violated an injunction order would be subject to the same type of contempt proceedings as segregationist officials who defied court orders issued during the civil rights battles waged by the Justice Department in the late 1950s and early 1960s. 

As president, Trump will also be able to instruct the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security to bar any sanctuary city from receiving many of the grants and funding these departments have available for local law enforcement under numerous programs. 

He may have the ability to withhold federal funding awarded by other executive branch agencies too, although this is something his new cabinet appointees should research and review. 

But sanctuary cities aren’t just violating federal law. They are also endangering their residents. 

A Government Accountability Office report released in 2005 reviewed crimes committed by 55,322 aliens who “had entered the country illegally and were still illegally in the country at the time of their incarceration in federal or state prison or local jail during fiscal year 2003.” 

The destruction inflicted by these 55,322 illegal aliens was truly shocking. According to the GAO, they had been arrested a total of 459,614 times, averaging about eight arrests each. Moreover, they had committed almost 700,000 criminal offenses – about 13 offenses each. 


Legals to pay trillions for open borders and Mexico’s looting

Between one-quarter and one-third of the 1.5 million new arrivals in 2014 were illegal aliens, meaning that a conservative estimate is that 1,000 illegal aliens a day are moving to the United States.


Sheriff: MS-13 Gang Brings Machetes, Rape, Scalping to Texas


Members of the hyper-violent MS-13 transnational criminal gang are bringing severe tactics like machete-hacking murders, rape, and scalping to Texas according to the Texas Sheriff’s Association.




East Texas Child Murdered by Previously Deported Illegal Alien

Law enforcement officials in East Texas are reporting the alleged murderer of 10-year-old Kayla Gomez-Orozco is a previously deported illegal alien from Mexico.

What is Often Called 'Illegal Immigration' Isn’t Really Treated as Illegal 

By Daniel Connolly 

PRI.org, December 20, 2016 

. . . 
The solution: tolerate illegal immigration. Both Republican and Democratic presidential administrations have quietly permitted the continued presence of people — particularly Mexican immigrants — who managed to enter illegally or overstay visas. 

“If there is one constant in US border policy, it is hypocrisy,” Princeton University scholar Douglas Massey and colleagues wrote in their 2002 book about Mexican immigration, Beyond Smoke and Mirrors. “Throughout the twentieth century the United States has arranged to import Mexican workers while pretending not to do so.” 

Legal scholar Eric Posner refers to the situation as an “illegal immigration system." He says it's wrong to think that unauthorized immigrants live here illegally. 

"Little effort is made to stop them from working 

or to expel them," he wrote in a 2013 essay. 
The economy's demand for low-cost labor leads to a hands-off approach. Posner compared the situation to police officers choosing not to enforce traffic laws: 

"In other words, the odds of being punished for 

participating in the illegal immigration economy 

are something like the odds of being given a 

ticket for driving 56 mph in a 55 mph zone." 


Illegal aliens captured at the border continue to be released at bus stops in Texas with orders to appear before an immigration judge at a future date.  The flood of illegals has reached levels not seen since the record year of 2014, with tens o...

January 4, 2017

ICE continues to drop off illegal aliens at Texas bus stops

Illegal aliens captured at the border continue to be released at bus stops in Texas with orders to appear before an immigration judge at a future date.  The flood of illegals has reached levels not seen since the record year of 2014, with tens of thousands of women and unaccompanied children flowing across the border.
The government refuses to inform local authorities of this catch and release program.

Bus station employees are reporting that illegal immigrants continue pour into the Texas border town of Laredo. They have seen a holding center for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) carrying between 20 and 40 undocumented women during at least five bus trips.

The local NBC affiliate, 8KGNS-TV first heard that 400 migrants were headed to the border city but it has been difficult to get a concrete number of released individuals from the agency. Officials report that these women meet certain release eligibility requirements set by the federal government.
Local officials say that federal representatives did not notify anyone in the City of Laredo, and that a similar problem was created in 2014 when there was a surge of Central Americans in the Texas border town.
What is adding to the flood of migrants crossing the border from Central America is the fact that some countries are refusing to repatriate their own.
Breitbart Texas reported in late October that illegal immigrants, mostly from Central America, were flooding across the southern border in advance of the 2016 presidential election. The numbers reported by patrol agents were at, or above, historic 2014 levels. On October 18, Breitbart Texas reported that a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report showed that the number of illegal border crossing apprehensions of Family Unit Aliens (FMUA) from Central America and Mexico hit the highest level on record–an all-time high with 77,674 crossings in FY 2016. Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) apprehensions were at 59,692, second to the 2014 historic mark of 69,970.
This is a clear case of U.S. domestic politics driving the wave of illegals crossing the border:
“Cartel connected human smugglers are telling people they need to get across the border now,” U.S. Border Patrol Agent Chris Cabrera told Breitbart Texas in his capacity as president of National Border Patrol Council Local 3307 in October. “When our agents ask the illegal immigrants who have surrendered at the border, they tell us they have been told they have to be here by a certain deadline to qualify for amnesty from Hillary Clinton, or they must come now because Donald Trump will build a wall and they won’t be able to cross.”
The cartels aren't stupid.  They know just where our vulnerable points are along the border and take full advantage of that knowledge. 
Trump can change this policy his first day in office.  It's a question of how the chief executive and the departments under his control choose to interpret immigration law.  The Obama administration chose an extraordinarily broad interpretation of the law while exercising maximum prosecutorial discretion, allowing hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens what amounts to a free ride by releasing them after giving them a date to appear before a judge. 
The courts have ruled we can't detain families with children for very long, which hugely complicates enforcement.  President Obama continued to promise throughout his tenure that the flood of illegals from Central America would not be allowed to stay, that they would be sent home.  The reality is, with the courts preventing detention, Central American nations refusing to take their people back, and ICE policies allowing illegals to go free, border towns are at the government's mercy when it comes to dealing with the problem.

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