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Family arrivals surge at US-Mexico border in August
September 13, 2018
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Thank you activist judges for making this possible. Just what we need is more people coming across the border who are willing to break our laws to get what they want. These activist judges told them they would take care of them. I think the border patrol should drop these families off at the doorstep of the judges making rulings that prevent enforcement of our immigration laws.
Arranged a while back when this "issue" was promoted as a path to mid-term success for Left. Perfect timing.
If 3000 "news reporters" a day were walking freely across open borders and taking THOSE JOBS, we would see an entirely different story.
Wake up. This is Latino take over. Haven't you heard? It's their agenda and legal mexicans here are helping them do it. That is why they want to keep chain migration.
It seems apparent that what is in place isn't working. A wall is a big idea but it may be the only good one.
The dems dream come true, open borders, socialism, lower wages, higher taxes even for professionals.
Studies have shown, families aren't separated when they don't invade.
A very strong, deterrent border would stop these "surges."
I work on the border and these people weren't "caught", they literally calmly walk up to these giant gates located along the border fence and are casually let in, BP agents seem relaxed when doing it, seems routine.
Why do we have to deal with and pay for them here? They should be stopped before even crossing the border!
This is nothing but a DNC "Political" tactic being used right before Mid-Term elections....they want chaos
"We come to your country to vote for democrats and get free stuff"
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