Skip to comments.Jorge Ramos Says The ‘Trump Effect’ Is Scaring Away Illegal Aliens
Posted on 03/10/2017 5:40:46 PM PST by Helicondelta
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos believes he has found the explanation for the recent drop in illegal border crossings reported by immigration officials: fear or what he calls the Trump effect. In an interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN Thursday night, Ramos laid out his theory in detail.
Jorge, the massive drop in border apprehensions last month, the customs border protections says 40 percent, its down 40 percent, people trying to cross illegally. What do you make of that? Cooper asked. Is it possible that the tough talk on illegal immigration by Trump is working, that he deserves credit for that drop?
Let me just say that fear is stronger than any wall, Ramos responded. What we are seeing right now is the Trump effect. He continued:
These people calling their relatives and their friends, saying, dont come here, this is not the right moment. So I think it is possible.
(Excerpt) Read more at theblaze.com ...
Congratulations Skippy. That was the plan. It’s why Americans elected President Trump.
The rich white guy who thinks Mexican is a race....
And the problem is?
Um...wasn’t this the point?
I wish he would just go away-——I can’t stand him.
Thank you, President Trump.
Inexpensive and effective.
I just visited CA (where I have family). I took the train there. In the Bay Area, I saw (presumably) illegal aliens living in little shacks made of whatever materials they could find. It reminded me a lot of my trip to Mexico several years ago, where I saw people living in the jungles in tiny shacks made out of whatever materials they could find.
Why on earth are we allowing illegal aliens to infiltrate our country and replicate the living conditions they had in Mexico?
Remind me who elected Jorge Ramos?
And to what office?
Media interviewing media. Nice little circle jerk ya got going there, Andy.
Promise made...promise kept
Good, hopefully it will scare many more to return home.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.