Sunday, August 11, 2019

Who Our Open Border Hurts Most: It’s Not Who You Think

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Unlike gun laws, which wouldn’t stop any of these mass murders, simply enforcing existing immigration law would end the crime wave from criminal illegal aliens. The tragic results of allowing criminal aliens to get into our country and remain undetected are borne most evidently by Hispanics in America and in Mexico who suffer from the cartels, empowered by our open border.
When an estimated two million illegal aliens with criminal records get to remain in the country and are not deported, who is harmed the most?
When our border agents are drawn off dealing with Central American families scamming our asylum system (0 of 1,155 recent cases qualified for asylum), allowing the cartels to bring in gangs, criminals, and previously deported sex offenders, who is hurt most by that?
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 78.1 percent of homicides are committed against non-strangers. In other words, most murderers kill those they know. Harboring criminal Hispanic aliens certainly hurts all demographics, but Hispanic communities are most harmed. This is especially true of the child sex offense epidemic among illegal immigrants.
Just a few weeks ago, a previously deported Guatemalan killed a Hispanic mother and her two children in Iowa. Despite having been pulled over for driving without a license, Marvin Oswaldo Escobar-Orellana was allowed to remain in the country and even went through the Polk County courthouse the day before the murder, even though our laws on the books are designed to detect illegal aliens when they interact with government or law enforcement. Rossibeth Flores-Rodriguez, 29; Grecia Daniela Alvarado-Flores, 11; and Ever Jose Mejia-Flores, 5, are now dead.
Read the rest from Daniel Horowitz HERE.

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