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Petition demanding migrants waiting for asylum hearing be housed on Mexican side of the border

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Petition demanding migrants waiting for asylum hearing be housed on Mexican side of the border

The border crisis is completely out of control. Limitations set by Congress in the last budget have prevented CBP from being able to house the mass migrant groups crossing the border illegally every day. Most who claim asylum are released to the interior and may or may not appear for their hearings that are scheduled months or years in advance. In the meantime, they’re free to move about the country.

This is completely unacceptable. If the United States is to be a sovereign nation, we must be allowed to control who enters and stays in the nation. The problem has grown to the point that we can no longer even feign control, and those who want to breach our borders know this.

On the other side of the equation, we cannot simply deport them. This goes against our asylum laws; those who rightfully seek asylum cannot be harmed for the sake of those who do so without just cause. Therefore, deportation prior to their hearing is impossible.

The only viable solution is for the United States to make a deal with Mexico to establish humane temporary housing for them on the Mexican side of the border. This would be must less expensive than the current costs paid to house and track the thousands of migrants who cross over daily, not to mention the costs associated with dealing with them while they’re roaming the country freely. It would be the safest conditions possible for migrants, many of whom are released to the streets of the various cities taking migrants across the country. Even our generous charitable organizations have been unable to keep up.

We demand negotiations begin immediately between the United States and Mexican governments to house migrants on the Mexican side of the border until their asylum hearing date. This benefits migrants and Americans alike.

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Guns and Crime

Are illegal immigrant sex offenders becoming an epidemic?

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Are illegal immigrant sex offenders becoming an epidemic

For the last five years, I’ve been visiting the CBP newsroom nearly every day. I also track crimes committed by illegal aliens. Anecdotally, I have seen a sharp increase in both the number of sexual assaults committed by illegal aliens and the number of convicted sexual predators being captured by border patrol.

Last month, I asked a question:

Why are so many child rapists crossing the border illegally?

Even Democrats who are sympathetic of economic migrants seeking a better life must acknowledge that crossing the border illegally makes it easier for child rapists to cross undetected. This isn’t a “right-wing conspiracy.” Based on the facts, this is an indisputable reality.

How many more children must be victimized by illegal aliens before Democrats start giving a damn? They claim to be compassionate, but that compassion does not extend to American citizens and the child victims of these monsters.

We’ve seen increases in the number of sex offenders committing crimes in Montgomery County, Maryland, since July 25. We’ve also seen alarming rise in news reports about sexual assaults committed by illegal immigrants in mainstream media. I say “alarming” not just because of the heinous nature of the crimes but also because it takes a lot to get mainstream media to talk about these things. They generally avoid the topic, even in local media, because it goes against the narrative being pushed by the left.

And yet reports keep coming in…

Border Patrol Agents Arrest Convicted Sex Offender, MS-13 Gang Member

EAGLE PASS, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents in Eagle Pass arrested a convicted sex offender and a confirmed MS-13 gang member this week.

“Agents are making significant criminal arrests along the border and we’ll seek prosecution of these individuals accordingly,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz. “U.S. Border Patrol agents remain vigilant and committed to safeguarding our communities.”

Agents apprehended Jesus Contreras-Covarrubias, 55, a citizen of Mexico, after he entered the United States illegally. During processing, records checks revealed that he was convicted in 1992 of felony sexual abuse, in Polk County, Oregon.

That was from today. And it wasn’t the only report from the CBP in today’s newsroom about the capture of sexual predators…

Repeat Sex Offender Arrested by Border Patrol in Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. – U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a previously deported sex offender Monday near Sells.

Tucson Sector agents apprehended Adrian Castro-Garcia, a 33-year-old Mexican national illegally present in the country, late Monday evening. Castro-Garcia called 911 after he became lost in the desert after illegally crossing the international border. Agents quickly located him and provided medical attention.

Records checks revealed Castro-Garcia was convicted of sex with a minor in 2013 and again in 2014 by Los Angeles County, California. In both cases he was sentenced to more than 150 days of incarceration.

In both instances, Castro-Garcia was deported after serving time for his conviction.

At some point, the rise in sexual crimes allegedly committed by illegal immigrants will catch the eye of the White House. When it does, we will hopefully see the type of attention given to opioids and vaping. Hopefully.

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Supreme victory! Top court backs Trump’s asylum rules change for now

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Supreme victory Top court backs Trumps asylum rules change for now

The fight to slow the flow of asylum-seeking migrants (and the criminal illegal aliens who often hide in their midst) gained access to a much-needed rules change Wednesday as the Supreme Court ruled against an injunction placed on the President’s asylum policy. With only two dissenters, Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayer, this opens the door for the rule to be applied across the nation.

This is temporary, for now. Lifting the injunction does not make the rule permanent. It only allows the rule to stand while the court hears the whole case against it.

With this rule, asylum seekers can be denied instantly if they did not apply for asylum in the countries through which they traveled to get to the United States. This means nearly everyone from Central America, Africa, or anywhere else who went through Mexico to get to the United States can be denied asylum on the spot if they cannot demonstrate they first applied for asylum in Mexico and were denied.

Mexicans seeking asylum will not be affected by this rule.

The goal of the rule is to close the gap between initial screenings and hearings. Without the rule, the vast majority of those seeking asylum are granted access to a subsequent hearing. But most do not show up for this hearing and those who do are regularly denied because they are mostly economic migrants. Poverty is not a valid reason for granting asylum under U.S. and most international laws.

Asylum-seekers are using the old initial screening rules as a loophole that gets them released into the interior where the vast majority are never seen by the government again unless they’re caught committing other crimes. When they fail to show up for their asylum hearings, a removal order is almost always applied. Rather than playing cat and mouse with hundreds of thousands of migrants, this new rule allows the administration to stop them before they’re released to the interior.

The executive branch is granted broad powers over immigration by the Constitution. Unless the White House fails to make a solid case or a moderate Justice like John Roberts or Brett Kavanaugh decides to go against the President, this rule is likely to be made permanent.

With less hope of gaining access to the interior, this rule is very likely to dissuade many asylum-seekers from making the long journey to the United States border. We can expect border crossing apprehensions to drop in the coming months.

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Thomas Homan tears into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Again.

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Thomas Homan tears into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Again.

Former acting Director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Thomas Homan is no stranger to dealing with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. He took her to school back in July and did so again, as conservative pundit Dan Bongino Tweeted today:

His frustration is evident as he deals with the freshman Congresswoman. She and other radical progressives among Democratic lawmakers have been on a tear trying to abolish ICE, CBP, and any law enforcement agencies who dare to do their job of keeping Americans safe from criminal illegal immigrants.

This latest round of “educate AOC” pointed out that she has a true hatred for the law enforcement agencies that keep us safe. Rather than rail against them constantly, she should be doing her job of legislating. If she has legislative solutions for border security, she has the power to try to get those solutions passed through Congress instead of constantly hate-mongering for social media effect.

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