As you know, there are tens of thousands of illegal aliens children being shipped over the southern border by their parents in conjunction with the Mexican government and the US government.
We understand that the illegals are coming from from Central America, and we say that their movement is “in conjunction with” the two governments because they have to transit through Mexico.
Normally, the Mexicans have very, very strict laws against illegal immigration – but now – not so much..
The only way they could make the trip is with the Mexican government’s permission. The US government, specifically the Obama Administration, is complicit because we’re accepting them.
Some fly in on commercial airlines, they could be refused entry at the airport and immediately turned back. The ones coming in from Mexico could stopped and immediately bussed back to the nearest border crossing. They’re not. They are being allowed to enter the country and then dispersed all over the US.
Here’s an advertisement that was run in the newspaper in Murrietta, California, one of the current dumping grounds of convenience for Homeland Security for these illegals.
Take an illegal alien into your home, get $6,054 per month, per illegal. In theory, it’s for 45 days. Our boys have been out of the house for a number of years, but we don’t recall them costing $6,054 per month to feed and clothe.
But that’s not all. Listen to what a Murrietta resident who called about the program was told.
Cindy Lemos, another Murrieta resident, told Breitbart Texas that she called the number on the advertisement. She said, “I called this afternoon and the gentlemen I spoke to told me that they are receiving the illegal immigrants but that none of them are under the age of 12. I asked him where all the younger children were… he told me that he was wondering the exact same thing.”
None of them are under 12, and the person trying to make the placements didn’t know where the under-12 illegals were.
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