In what officials caution is now a dangerous and even deadly crime wave, Phoenix, Arizona has become the kidnapping capital of America, with more incidents than any other city in the world outside of Mexico City and over 370 cases last year alone. In fact, kidnappings and other crimes connected to the Mexican drug cartels are quickly spreading across the border, from Texas to California. The majority of the victims are either illegal aliens or connected to the drug trade. ED STRAKER
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
MORE BULLSHIT FROM SWAMP KEEPER TRUMP - PARTNERS WITH PELOSI, SCHUMER and the U.S. CHAMBER of COMMERCE TO ASSAULT THE AMERICAN WORKER
Donald Trump: We Need Merit-Based Immigration to Fill Jobs in Growing Economy
President Donald Trump sounded frustrated with the ongoing struggle to enforce the southern border but asserted that employers needed high skilled immigrants to fill jobs in the growing economy.
“Part of the problem that we have is that our economy is so strong,” Trump said about the growing number of illegal immigrants coming across the border. “People are pouring up to get into our economy, they want a piece of our economy. That makes the job even tougher.”
Trump made his remarks at the White House on Wednesday afternoon during a roundtable meeting with officials from California on the problems of illegal immigration.
But he emphasized that the United States was not opposed to immigration based on skills.
“We want people to come into our country based on merit. We’re not looking to keep them out, we need to bring them in. We need them,” he said.
Trump noted that multiple companies were coming back to the United States, even from Mexico.
But he repeated his call for tougher border control laws.
“We have worse laws than anywhere in the world for illegal immigration, there’s no place in the world that has laws that we do,” Trump said, criticizing legal loopholes like “catch and release.”
AMERICA: ONE PAYCHECK AND TWELVE
ILLEGALS AWAY FROM HOMELESSNESS!
A dashcam video of downtown Los Angeles on
Christmas day reveals a stunning sight: hundreds of tents and lean-tos on the
sidewalks that serve as shelter for the homeless. The scene is reminiscent of a
third-world country. RICK MORAN / AMERICANTHINKER
HOMELESS CRISIS IN LOS ANGELES,
MEXICO’S SECOND LARGEST
CITY, WORSENS BY THE DAY…. Approximates the great depression