America is destined to collapse into a failed third-world state unless serious action is taken.
The negligence of Mexican and Central American governments has been impacting our own country for far too long.
These countries are ruled by corrupt politicians who cut deals with drug cartels and criminals and then have the audacity to lecture America on our “lack of compassion”.
Liberals would have Americans believe that all migrants are perfectly harmless and pose no threat, but the truth is that thousands of illegal immigrants continue to pour into America each year, without ever being screened.
President’s Trump decision to deploy the National Guard at the border has been hailed by conservatives as a very smart and strategic move.
While we still lack a border wall, President Trump’s tough stance against illegal migrants appears to be having some effect.
The number of illegal immigrants arrested along the southwest border with Mexico and declared inadmissible jumped 200 percent in March when compared to the previous year.
Border Patrol agents arrested nearly 38,000 migrants in the month of March, an increase of more than 10,000 in a single month.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials released the new apprehension numbers in its Southwest Border Migration Report on Wednesday evening. In one month, total apprehensions increased from 26,662 in February to 37,393 in March — an increase of 40.25 percent.
When compared to March 2017, the number of arrests and aliens designated as inadmissible more than doubled, CBP officials stated.”
These numbers are very encouraging. This dramatic increase in arrests is occurring even before the National Guard gets involved.
So, once the National Guard does get involved, there’s no telling how far these crackdowns will go, and how much money it will ultimately wind up saving the taxpayers who subsidize these criminals.
Rough estimates suggest that the nation’s 3.9 million uninsured immigrants who are unauthorized likely receive about $4.6 billion in health services paid for by federal taxes, $2.8 billion in health services financed by state and local taxpayers, another $3.0 bankrolled through “cost-shifting” i.e., higher payments by insured patients to cover hospital uncompensated care losses, and roughly $1.5 billion in physician charity care.
That’s just way, way too much. This madness must end. Rapidly.