Even though no one in Washington – at least nobody on the pro-amnesty side – will admit how devastating Barack Obama’s immigration policies will be on the country’s already stressed economy, there are some people that know it all too well:
The Border Patrol. And some are even willing to talk about it…
Thank you Agent Garza for telling the truth:
On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “@This Hour,” Border Patrol agent Hector Garza said the federal government is “aiding and abetting and facilitating” illegal immigrants in crossing the border, and that many of the new illegals are “going to depend on our welfare system.”
Garza argued that many of illegal immigrants will not be sent back and burden the welfare system because “these illegal aliens are being released into our country,” and most “are never going to report back to an immigration hearing.”
He stated that because most of the illegal immigrants are families with young children, they will have to depend on the welfare system, asking “how do you expect a mother from Honduras that’s crossing the country with three to five children and they’re all, you know, young aged children how do you expect for that mother to come into this country and actually begin working?”
He also predicted that “this illegal alien coming to the country with three to five kids, that person is basically going to depend on our welfare system, on our government assistance and you know what, that is costing the taxpayer a lot of money.”
Heck, everybody capable of rational thought should be able to realize this, the American people are finally starting to wake up to the disaster that President Obama’s amnesty policies are bringing home. We reported that the purpose of the President’s and the Democrats’ policies are to simply overwhelm the system, and they’re doing it. They are spreading illegal aliens all over the nation and you can bet nobody is even trying to keep track of them.
Last week President Obama said that the “unaccompanied minors” would have to be sent home and that they didn’t qualify as “dreamers.” We’re betting the expiration date on that “promise” is less than a month.