Friday, March 20, 2015
RASMUSSEN: Voters Are Less Supportive of Sending Troops to Fight ISIS - SHOULD AMERICAN BORDERS WITH NARCOMEX BE DEFENDED?
Voters Are Less Supportive of Sending Troops to Fight ISIS
That total includes 476 illegal aliens (23%) who had re-entered the United States after previously being deported, federal officials said Monday at a joint press conference by ICE and the Department of Homeland Security.
Of the 2,059 criminals arrested, 1,013 -- almost half -- had been convicted of more than one crime; and 1,036 had been convicted of a felony, including voluntary manslaughter, child pornography, robbery and kidnapping.
Of the total 2,059 criminals arrested, 58 are known gang members or affiliates, and 89 are convicted sex offenders.
An additional 912 illegal aliens were arrested for multiple "significant misdemeanors," mostly repeated convictions for driving under the influence.
THE LA RAZA MEXICAN CRIME TIDAL WAVE half the prison population in CA and half the murders are by MEXICANS
40% of Federal Criminal Cases in 2013 Were in Districts on Mexican Border
“Until lawmakers end the catch-and-release policies of the Obama administration,” said Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies, “any infrastructure improvements, new strategies, and better metrics are pointless.”
Similarly, from 2008-2011, employers made over 4,000 E-Verify inquiries using nearly
3,900 social security numbers belonging to people who were born prior to June, 1901.
Illegals cheat, distribute drugs, lie, forge documents, steal and kill as if it’s a normal way of life.
Posted by The Mexican Invasion & Occupation at 10:07 AM
ISIS Makes Inroads In Afghanistan After Decline in US Troops - BUT SHOULD WE REALLY BE WORRIED ABOUT MEXICO'S INVASION AND THE MEXICAN DRUG CARTELS MOWING OVER OUR BORDERS? | CNS News
ISIS Makes Inroads In Afghanistan After Decline in US Troops | CNS News
Posted by The Mexican Invasion & Occupation at 8:57 AM