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EX-gang members “Fear Trump”?
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Posted on 01/17/2018 2:29:52 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz

Quote from CNN story : Ex-gang members fear crime with Trump decision

http://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2018/01/17/el-salvador-gang-members-pkg-oppmann.cnn

“Former gang members trying to reform their lives are worried that if President Trump ends the Temporary Protected Status program for 200,000 Salvadorans in the US, it will lead to more crime and poverty in El Salvador, already one of the world's most dangerous nations”

(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...


TOPICS: Government; Politics; Religion
KEYWORDS: adios; audios; cnn; crime; daca; deepstate; deported; elsalvador; establishment; exgang; gangs; immigrated; maga; media; merit; ms13; sansalvador; trump
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So - let me get this straight - The media is painting a narrative that WE the United States of America need to welcome into our country Foreign Gang members who come to the United States for the purpose of creating/joining US Criminal Street gangs and then break their allegiance to the foreign gang ?

The argument being that it would be dangerous to them if we send them back to their country or origin because they deserve some sort of “protected status” as a former member of that foreign street gang?

Seriously folks!! This is a serious policy consideration?

So —. Anyone wanting protected status in the United States of America need only get some Tatoos and then claim to be an Ex- gang member defecting to the United States — seeking asylum??

1 posted on 01/17/2018 2:29:52 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz
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To: 850.933.8511oz

Send them home to FIX their Sh*thole countries!!


2 posted on 01/17/2018 2:33:52 AM PST by Ann Archy (Abortion....... The HUMAN Sacrifice to the god of Convenience.)
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>> Former gang members trying to reform their lives

Doesn’t this sort of statement usually apply to our brothers of the Amish persuasion?


3 posted on 01/17/2018 2:42:22 AM PST by QBFimi (It is not your responsibility to finish the work of perfecting the world... Tarfon)
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Great idea? Then can join the police force in the country of origin! Oh, but wait, they just might have to have the tatoos removed first. Maybe the police department recruiting team can offer a low interest loan or an advance pay to cover the cost of surgical removal of tatoos - then after they pass their probation period and prove their allegiance to the PEOPLE and to the rule of law - they can earn their right to VOTE in their country of origin —- not the USA


4 posted on 01/17/2018 2:42:25 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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To: QBFimi

Not sure —. I don’t know how that works


5 posted on 01/17/2018 2:44:43 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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To: 850.933.8511oz

Why is it we almost always read about criminal thugs that they’re in the process of turning their lives around ? Utter horse$hit, to be sure.


6 posted on 01/17/2018 2:48:52 AM PST by fieldmarshaldj ("It's Slappin' Time !")
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To: QBFimi

He wuz a good boy. He wuz goin tuh college. He dindu nuffin.


7 posted on 01/17/2018 2:49:53 AM PST by fieldmarshaldj ("It's Slappin' Time !")
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I don’t ever want to question or discourage anyone from quitting a life of crime for a life of public service. That being said - Let’s allow them to perform their life of service in their country of origin?

Agreed?


8 posted on 01/17/2018 2:54:01 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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> The argument being that it would be dangerous to them if we send them back to their country or origin because they deserve some sort of “protected status” as a former member of that foreign street gang?

Not quite... the complaint was that the deported “upstanding non-citizen pillars of the American community” would endanger the other people in their country of origin by committing the crimes not being committed by the ex-gang members.


9 posted on 01/17/2018 2:54:21 AM PST by fluorescence
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....more idiot drool...


10 posted on 01/17/2018 2:55:43 AM PST by Doogle (( USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand....never store a threat you should have eliminated)))
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Lol —. Ahhh. So someone needs to be the criminal element —. And the competition on the ground does not wish new competition in the form of ex- gang members who fled to the USA and now fear being sent home by Trump?

Did I get that right ? /sarcasm


11 posted on 01/17/2018 2:58:21 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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To: Doogle

Is the idiot drool from the story or my “news analysis”?


12 posted on 01/17/2018 2:59:57 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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To: 850.933.8511oz

CNN....


13 posted on 01/17/2018 3:01:07 AM PST by Doogle (( USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand....never store a threat you should have eliminated)))
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To: 850.933.8511oz

42.4 percent of federal kidnapping convictions are of non-citizens. Non-citizens also account for 31.5 percent of federal drug convictions. Even though they’re only 8.4% of the population.


14 posted on 01/17/2018 3:02:00 AM PST by Doogle (( USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand....never store a threat you should have eliminated)))
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How dare you insult these DREAMERS ahh criminals ahh reformed criminals ahhh. I mean DACA DACA DACA —


15 posted on 01/17/2018 3:04:15 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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o - let me get this straight - The media is painting a narrative that WE the United States of America need to welcome into our country Foreign Gang members who come to the United States for the purpose of creating/joining US Criminal Street gangs and then break their allegiance to the foreign gang ?
The argument being that it would be dangerous to them if we send them back to their country or origin because they deserve some sort of “protected status” as a former member of that foreign street gang?

Seriously folks!! This is a serious policy consideration?

So —. Anyone wanting protected status in the United States of America need only get some Tatoos and then claim to be an Ex- gang member defecting to the United States — seeking asylum??


The argument is also being made that if we remove these violent criminal offenders when they commit serious violent crimes here in America, and deport them back home, they will commit their crimes in their home country instead or America , which will increase the crime and violence in their home country.

The gang member advocates have no problem with these guys committing violent crime in America.

In fact , it seems it was unofficial Obama Administration government policy to import Central American gang members into the US and allow them to establish gang chapters here in America

16 posted on 01/17/2018 3:06:03 AM PST by rdcbn
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Question: so when Trump speaks of “merit based” immigration could he possibly be referring to these “ex gang members” seeking to join the ranks of the existing criminal street gangs in America ? /sarcasm


17 posted on 01/17/2018 3:08:45 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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CNN is saying that the ex-gang members are already in El Salvador and they fear that the real gang members (currently in America) sent back by Trump will keep committing the crimes they currently commit in America, in their own country.

CNN wants the criminals to keep endangering Americans so that they don’t endanger their own countrymen.


18 posted on 01/17/2018 3:10:39 AM PST by fluorescence
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I see —. So sending them to their country of origin will reduce the Democrat voting base?


19 posted on 01/17/2018 3:11:11 AM PST by 850.933.8511oz ( Military Tribunal Vs US Criminal Courts or BOTH?)
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I see —. So sending them to their country of origin will reduce the Democrat voting base?


That’s the theory.

In practice, these Salvadoran gangs commit enough murders that they actually reduce the Democrat voter base.


20 posted on 01/17/2018 3:15:22 AM PST by rdcbn
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