Those Poor Children at the Border!


Seems there are more than just dear little innocents in those crowded Processing Centers along the US southwestern border.  Townhall has the story.

An internal Border Patrol executive summary obtained by Townhall confirms that at least 16 unaccompanied illegal minors (those under the age of 18, according to U.S. government policy), are members of the brutal El Salvadorian street gang Mara Salvatrucha—or MS-13.  Gang members left graffiti on the walls of the Nogales Border Patrol processing center, which suggested they had ties to the organization.

These are just the ones careless or arrogant enough to reveal their gang affiliations.  How many thousands among the throngs virtually welcomed into America’s communities by our President are also affiliated with such criminal organizations, or worse ones?  What are the chances that terrorist organizations are using these open borders to bring terrorists and materials into the United States?  Hint:  Think “virtual certainty”.

The FBI describes MS-13 activity as “perpetuating violence—from assaults to homicides, using firearms, machetes, or blunt objects—to intimidate rival gangs, law enforcement, and the general public. They often target middle and high school students for recruitment. And they form tenuous alliances…and sometimes vicious rivalries…with other criminal groups, depending on their needs at the time.”

Maybe Obama can set the example, and have Sasha and Malia volunteer to work in these Processing Centers until the problem is resolved.  Oh, they can have no Secret Service or Law Enforcement protection of any kind, because (as we were told in Iraq about putting our safety in the hands of local security) they need to “establish a trust relationship” with the people they are helping.

It was reported earlier that these MS-13 gang members, some of whom have admitted to murder and torture in their home countries, are being held for placement inside the United States.

“But remember, this is a ‘humanitarian crisis.’ They are just kids,” a source working in the Nogales processing center said in frustrated and sarcastic tone. “They are MS-13 gang members. They’ve done everything from torture to murder. They act as teenage ‘enforcers.'”

That will be great, then.  Perhaps Michelle Obama can join them.  After all, she loves working with kids.

Gee, I wonder if the systematic attempts to disarm the law-abiding and defeat voter ID efforts are in any way connected to Obama’s immigration non-policy?   Naaaahh.

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  2. Arguably the number of MS-13 members inside our borders is more than can be dealt with save a plan that I have (and believe me it is rude, crude, and socially unacceptable). Many members “Tat” their affiliation (think Yakuza of Japan). These bottom dwellers are why we need to secure the border first THEN be all humanitarian and “give me your tired…”, if then. We just don’t have the economy now (if ever), to sustain this level of accommodation. Can’t be done, hell in a week the CIC went from a $2b request to $3.7b just for this recent influx!! Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?!?!

    1. We need to secure then border, then deport anyone that entered illegally. Then we can talk about legal immigration. Until then, we’re only allowing an existential threat to exist within, and at, our borders.

  3. Before pbho orders the “children” released into the US, can we at least get DNA samples, facial recognition data, and fingerprints? Crime labs nationwide will thank us.

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