Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Fear of U.S. border crackdown sends illegals rushing

If only they would shut the doors long enough to restore order!
WashingtonExaminer: The summer lull in illegal border crossings from Mexico is about to give way to a rush of even more immigrants in a frenzy of fear that Washington is about to shut the door, according to several Hispanic leaders.

In Honduras, for example, U.S. threats coupled with those from local leaders warning about the dangers of crossing the border have instead reenergized children and adults to run fast to America and pay inflated fees to “coyotes” to get them there.

“As I am speaking, hundreds of children are trying to leave Honduras,” said Jose Guadalupe Ruelas, a Honduran leader who advocates for children. “When people in Honduras hear that the U.S. is going to get stricter with immigration rules and laws then people think to themselves, ‘Now is the time for me to go,’” he said through an interpreter.

Ruelas and several other Hispanic leaders met in Washington on Tuesday after spending a week in Latin nations responsible for sending over 50,000 children across the U.S. border this year. Officials expect another 145,000 next year.
Expect? Then prepare deterrents now and be ready to turn them right back around, instead of accepting them with open arms, freebies and de facto amnesty, while treating the citizenry as second-class.



No wonder militia members are heading to the border...yet, once again, the media's more concerned with their presence than the nation being overrun by noncitizens. Upside-down, folks.

Related links: Border Bridge Protest Organizers to Militia: You're Not Welcome
Here’s What Makes a Texas Mayor ‘Nervous’ About Militia Forces Guarding the Border (UPDATE)
Militia Has Arrived to Defend the Border

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