Donald Trump is taking lots of heat from all sides because of his comments on Mexican illegals and Mexico’s willingness to ship their least productive citizen into the US.
The Mexican government is even more hypocritical on the issue of “immigrants” than are US Democrats.
We especially love the comment about the “contribution of immigrants.”
Mexico has some of the most strict immigration laws in the world. Illegal immigrants caught in Mexico are either usher straight away to the US border or they are put in a Mexican prison. If they’re female they’re frequently gang raped by the police or the army.
With the respect to the “contribution of immigrants” in the US, let’s look at some real people and real numbers.
It gets worse .
While illegal immigrants account for about 3.5 percent of the U.S population, they represented 36.7 percent of federal sentences in FY 2014 following criminal convictions …
That doesn’t count those let out on bond like the animal who murdered the young man in that Mesa, AZ Quik Trip.
These aren’t petty crimes they’re being charged for.
Broken down by some of the primary offenses, illegal immigrants represented 16.8 percent of drug trafficking cases, 20.0 percent of kidnapping/hostage taking, 74.1 percent of drug possession, 12.3 percent of money laundering, and 12.0 percent of murder convictions.
Mexico is sending a crime wave to the US and neither Democrats or the Republican establishment want to deal with it. We keep hearing stories about the “good people” who just want to make a better life for their family.
Our hearts should quit bleeding for them, let them make a better life for their family in Mexico. If they’re so productive, Mexico should be doing everything possible to keep them, because Mexico is a third world s**thole.
It’s long past time our political class started caring about US families and started deporting law breakers, including the ones who’ve “just” broken our immigration laws.
We’re not big fans of Donald Trump, but on this issue, he’s absolutely right and it’s obvious the truth hurts the establishment of both parties.