Category: Border INsecurity

Reminder time! Mass immigration without assimilation is national suicide

Pirates Cove gives us some great examples of folks we ought not allow in

For Honduran migrants in caravan, the journey is personal

David Polanco Lopez, 42, is a former anti-narcotics officer from Progreso, Honduras. He’s traveling north in the caravan with his daughter Jenifer, 19, and his 3-year-old granddaughter, Victoria, whom the adults take turns pushing in a stroller.

Polanco came to the United States 13 years ago and applied for asylum after he was threatened by drug traffickers over his police work. He was given a court date, but he acknowledges he never showed up — in part because he didn’t understand the court document’s instructions, which were in English.

Polanco put down roots in Arizona: He married, and got a home. He thought that as long as he stayed out of trouble, he’d be fine.

“If they catch me committing a felony, then go ahead and kick me out,” Polanco said. “But my record is clean.”

So, he came to the U.S. illegally, blew off his court date because he couldn’t be bothered to try and learn our language or find an interpreter, and was deported. Now he’s attempting to force his way back in. Not exactly a great role model.

Then there’s Alba Rosa Chinchilla Ortiz, a 23-year-old from Amapala in Honduras’ Valle department, whose husband took their child to the U.S. and is supposedly applying for asylum. Why didn’t she go with to start out? It’s about creating a sob story about her being separated from her 4 year old for 7 months. She’s the one in the picture above. Glad she could take time to shower, put on fresh clothes, as well as makeup, all for the media’s sad face picture after walking hundreds of miles.

We also have Marel Antonio Murillo Santos , who is attempting to force his way into the U.S. so he can make money to send back home for his sick mother. Doesn’t sound like someone escaping from dangerous conditions (why don’t we treat people escaping from Baltimore the same?). You know who it’s personal for? It’s personal for all of the Americans who will financially underwrite everyone of these people from the minute they start interacting at the border, or cross illegally and legal citizens will pay ICE, law enforcement, judges, lawyers, shelters, and that is just the beginning. Are we supposed to take in and support every person who has a sob story? Why not apply for asylum in Mexico, where they share a common culture and language? Or are they just looking for free stuff in America?

It would be helpful if Democrats, and a few squishy Republicans, would stop enticing people to come to the U.S. illegally.

More from the FIVE, note the report of the presence of MS-13 gang members and other criminals in the “caravan”. Also note how utterly clueless Juan Williams is

I am now officially in love

Is there a better voice for Conservatism and common sense than Katie Pavlich? Beauty, brains, great ideals, wisdom, all I can say is Pavlich 2024!

Michelle Malkin, national teasure

The problem with illegal immigration explained in short order

Via Proof Positive!

“My dad didn’t bring us here to be Mexicans. He brought us here to be Americans. My dad followed the law and the rules, and those rules are there because it weeds out those who really don’t want to truly be Americans, and those who pose a danger to the United States.”

a naturalized US citizen from Mexico

That really says it all

Well, this is encouraging

Seems that our president has had an affect on unvetted refugees entering our country. Pacific Pundit has the details

While we are dealing with border invaders to the south, at least one thing good is happening. Syrian “refugee” admittance to the United States is at a fraction of the rate that it was under Obama’s final year of his reign of terror.

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Sorry, but helping illegal aliens break the law should not be something a church does

Let us be honest here, not every illegal immigrant is a bad person or violent criminal. In fact the vast majority are not dangerous. But some are. So, if anyone, or a state, or a church helps those who are dangerous enter, or remain here illegally, then they are, in part responsible for the crimes that person will commit. Michelle Malkin has more