Skip to comments.Trump Is Right: CBP, ICE Collaring Gang Members at Border Daily
Posted on 11/30/2018 2:47:52 PM PST by detective
Border Patrol agents arrested an MS-13 gang member on Saturday who had crossed the border illegally after hiding among migrants who planned to apply for asylum.
The man was not Salvadoran, as MS-13 members usually are. Nor was he arrested at the San Ysidro crossing at San Diego on the other side of the border from Tijuana, where nearly 6,000 migrants await application for asylum.
But his arrest demonstrates once again the danger of criminals hiding with the Tijuana contingent. The estimate is that between 500 and 600 about 10 percent of the contingent are criminals. This latest arrest was only one of many in the last seven days. In Texas and Arizona this week, agents collared a number of gang members and sex fiends trying to enter the country illegally.
Their persistence in trying to cross the border outside the protection of the migrant caravan ought to tell us that others will most certainly use the caravan as a cover to sneak in.
(Excerpt) Read more at thenewamerican.com ...
They want to abolish ICE.
If we had a real main stream media instead of a mutation of Pravda they would be reporting this
A temporary fence with 10’s of thousands of miles of concertina wire should have been put up in the first week of 2017 while the wall was started.
Now here we are
The frog is boiled my friends.
“The estimate is that between 500 and 600 about 10 percent of the contingent are criminals.” No, 100% of illegal immigrants are criminals, and that’s why they are illegal immigrants! This is basic math!
Not only gang members, but sex fiends too? We’re doomed without the wall.
A temporary fence with 10s of thousands of miles of concertina wire should have been put up in the first week of 2017 while the wall was started.””’
Someone here on FR called the concertina wire:
Christmas Garlands, courtesy of the USA Border Patrol & Military.
Trump is Right again!!
There should be a quick, lame duck change to the RICO statute, making unlawful entry by a convicted felon a much more serious charge. Likewise, membership in a criminal organization should be grounds for automatic deportation, with severe penalties for repeated offense.
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