Tuesday, April 2, 2024

MA Gov. Healey Shrugs Off Illegal Border Crosser Who Raped Teen: ‘Things Will Happen’; DHS Calls Haitian Migrant’s Alleged Rape of Disabled Teen ‘heinous’: Haitian National Flew into US Last Summer Under Biden Admin's Controversial CHNV Program

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Gov. Healey Shrugs Off Illegal Border Crosser Who Raped Teen: ‘Things Will Happen’:
Massachusets Democrat Gov. Maura Healey pretends to care about how the invasion at the Southern border is affecting states like hers but shrugs off questions about how to prevent illegal border crossers from raping, brutalizing, and killing Americans.
Cory Alvarez, a 26-year-old Haitian national who entered the U.S. illegally, was arrested this month after it was alleged he assaulted and raped a disabled teen at Rockland, Massachusetts migrant shelter.
Alvarez didn’t simply cross into the U.S. on his own accord. He took advantage of a taxpayer-funded flight from Haiti to New York City “as part of the Biden Administration’s illegal categorical parole program known as CHNV that ‘allows up to 30,000 Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans to fly into the U.S.’ each month,” House Republicans noted in a recent letter probing the illegal’s presence in the U.S.
Healey initially claimed Alvarez’s alleged actions were “horrible” and said her “thoughts are with the victim.” When asked this week by Boston 25 if she “can prevent this type of incident from happening again,” Healey’s reply drastically differed.
She did not call for pressure on the Biden administration to close the border or deport the millions of illegals who have entered the U.S. under his watch. Instead, Healey implied that rapes and other preventable violent crimes perpetrated by foreign criminals will simply happen “from time to time.”
“We have security and systems in place, we have vetting in place. It is unfortunate that, you know, from time to time, things will happen,” Healey said. --->READ MORE HERE
DHS calls Haitian migrant’s alleged rape of disabled teen ‘heinous’
Haitian national flew into US last summer under Biden admin's controversial CHNV program
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has called allegations that a Haitian migrant raped a disabled 15-year-old girl "heinous."
Cory Alvarez, the 26-year-old Haitian national charged with raping the teen at a Massachusetts hotel that was housing migrants last week, entered the U.S. last summer via President Biden’s controversial CHNV parole program. He was flown into New York City directly from Haiti.
"CHNV" stands for Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela. The program allows up to 30,000 people each month from these countries to fly into the U.S. and be granted two years of humanitarian parole, which allows them to apply to work in the U.S.
Administration officials have said these individuals are screened and vetted against national security and public safety databases. Anyone found to be a threat to national or public safety is denied admission and removed.
Individuals from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela who are paroled into the U.S. must have a U.S.-based financial supporter and are responsible for arranging their own travel, administration officials have said.
The policy was first announced for Venezuelans in October 2022, which allowed a limited number to fly directly into the U.S. as long as they had not entered illegally, had a sponsor in the U.S. already and passed certain checks. --->READ MORE HERE
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