Friday, August 9, 2019


What Do the Latest ICE Raids Augur?


Trump: Mississippi ICE Raids Serve as a ‘Good Deterrent’ to Illegal Immigration

By Melanie Arter | August 9, 2019 | 5:27 PM EDT

(Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
( - The ICE raids conducted at food processing plants in Mississippi Wednesday that ended with almost 700 arrests serve as “a good deterrent” to illegal immigration, President Donald Trump told reporters FridayWhen asked why there wasn’t a better plan in place to deal with the migrant children in Mississippi and why there was family separation, Trump said, “The reason is because you have to go in.

“You can’t let anybody know. Otherwise, when you get there, nobody will be there, but a big factor is to let people outside of the country that want to come in legally -- illegally into our country, where they come in in caravans where they surge the border -- which, by the way, we have the numbers way down right now, if you see, because Mexico has done a fantastic job,” he said prior to leaving for Westhampton Beach, N.Y.

“Mexico has 26,000 soldiers, right now, on the border. They have been fantastic -- because of tariffs, but I don’t care what it is, because Mexico -- in fact, I’ll be calling the president at a certain point. I just hope they keep it up, because if the Democrats will change the laws -- which I was thinking about putting together, as you know, with the gun situation,” Trump said.

“So we have immigration and we have, let’s say, some of the things we’re talking about right now -- you have them together, but I want people to know that if they come into the United States illegally, they’re getting out. They’re going to be brought out, and this serves as a very good deterrent. If people come into our country illegally, they’re going out,” the president said.

“They’re not coming in illegally and staying. We have bad laws. They may get in -- although we're being very tough -- but they may get in, but it doesn’t matter because they’re going out, and when people see what they saw yesterday, and like they will see for a long time, they know that they’re not staying here,” he said.

The raids were criticized by Democrats like Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), who tweeted Wednesday, “Don’t look away—the Trump Administration is continuing to terrorize immigrants and separate families. This is a moment of moral crisis in our country—we must do better.”

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said the raids “are designed to tear families apart, spread fear, and terrorize communities.”

She tweeted a video Thursday of a Latino girl crying as she and other Latino children were waiting for their parents to pick them up.

“These children went to daycare and are now returning home without their parents because Trump wants to play politics with their lives,” Harris tweeted.

She later told CNN:

“These most recent raids hundreds of people who are now separated from their families for at least 24 hours and causing people in our country to be in fear and in particular the Latino community. People are in fear all over the country.

When you combine those raids with what just happened in El Paso, and again, do you think that this administration and this president might step back and say wait a minute, after what just happened in El Paso, when it was motivated by hate against immigrants and Latino immigrants, do you think that a responsible leader would have said, don’t do those raids?

It shows a level of insensitivity and callousness. That should not be traits of the president of the United States.

President Trump was registered as a Democrat for 8 of the 16 years prior to running for President where he won the race by talking tough about illegal immigration after reading Ann Coulter's book Adios, America.

Trump now disavows Coulter and recently admitted on spanish language media Telemundo that he has always supported working out an Amnesty deal for DACA (View) and Dreamer illegal aliens, a shocking fact Trump concealed during his 2016 campaign for President.

Ann Coulter reported on April 17, 2019 that Trump's life-long Democrat son-in-law, and immigration legislation surrogate, 
Jared Kushner told -- "hundreds of New York bankers and businessmen on Dec. 16, 2016, Jared admitted that Trump was "easy to hate from afar." But not to worry, he said, Trump wouldn't be keeping his campaign promises -- especially on immigration." (View)

ALIPAC originally endorsed and supported Trump but 
withdrew the organization's endorsement five months after Trump broke his first immigration issue promise by refusing to end Obama's unconstitutional DACA Amnesty on day one as promised.

Now, ALIPAC is keeping track of Trump's numerous broken promises such as...

-- failing to secure the border,
-- failing to end Obama's DACA Amnesty,
-- failing to end birthright citizenship,
-- failing to build new miles of border wall,
-- failing to oppose Amnesty for illegals,
-- failing to oppose legal immigration increases,
-- failing to stop illegal alien caravans,
-- failing to end catch and release Presidential policies,
-- failing to stop sanctuary cities and illegal voters,
-- and failing to mass deport illegal immigrants as he promised voters last month, three months ago, and in 2016.

I would also go to all of the working class that are in America, construction workers in particular. Their salaries have not just stagnated, they have gone down in the last 20 years. These are the least among us. We are the only ones not speaking out of self-interest. …
Most of the people who are advocating for open borders … they have a vested in interest in having either the cheap labor or the Democratic voters. Their neighborhoods aren’t the ones being overwhelmed. They get the cheap maids, the cheap nannies, and then they strut around like they’re Martin Luther King.
No, you are talking in your self-interest, Chamber of Commerce, and Koch brothers, and Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer. It’s Donald Trump and our side who are actually caring about our fellow Americans — the kids who are getting addicted to black tar heroin. …
The heroin problem in this country is 100 percent a problem of not having a wall on the border. And 70,000 Americans are dying every year. That’s more that died in the entire Vietnam War. That is a national emergency.  ANN COULTER



In fact, Trump is steadily moving in the precise opposite direction of what he promised.

Illegal immigration is on track to hit the highest levels in more than a decade, and Trump has willfully decided to keep amnesty advocates Jared, Ivanka, Mick Mulvaney, Marc Short, and Mercedes Schlapp in the White House. For all his talk about immigration, did he ever consider hiring people who share his MAGA vision?

“Through love of having children we're going to take over."  Augustin Cebada, Information Minister of Fascist Brown Berets, militant para-military soldiers of Aztlan shouting at U.S. citizens at an Independence Day rally in Los Angeles, 7/4/96 (LOS ANGELES COUNTY HANDS OUT $1 BILLION YEARL TO MEXICO’S ANCHOR BABY BREEDERS)

“The children of illegal aliens are commonly known as “anchor babies,” as they anchor their illegal alien and noncitizen parents in the U.S. There are at least 4.5 million anchor babies in the country, a population that exceeds the total number of annual American births.”   JOHN BINDER
“As Breitbart News recently reported, there are more anchor baby births in the Los Angeles, California metro area than the total U.S. births in 14 states and the District of Colombia. Every year, American taxpayers are billed about $2.4 billion to pay for the births of illegal aliens.” JOHN BINDER

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