Immigration Overload: More Than 1,000 Unaccompanied Children Flood Texas Border


B00Mer
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Immigration Overload: More Than 1,000 Unaccompanied Children Flood Texas Border



After more than 1,000 unaccompanied children illegally entered the United States through a Texas border with Mexico, the children are being sent to an improvised emergency shelter in Nogales, Arizona. Governor Jan Brewer in Arizona responded with a heated written statement slamming the Obama administration’s enforcement policies regarding illegal immigration.

Brewer said, “I am disturbed and outraged that President Obama’s administration continues to implement this dangerous and inhumane policy, meanwhile neglecting to answer crucial questions our citizens demand and deserve.”

A spokesman for Brewer, Andrew Wilder, described how approximately 432 unaccompanied minors were sent to the makeshift Arizona facility on Friday, approximately 367 children were sent from Texas on Saturday and about 367 more children were expected to arrive on Sunday.

The emergency shelter will provide access to washing facilities, portable toilets, food and vaccinations. Officials say the facility may house up to 1,500 children. Counseling services and other recreational activities will be offered by FEMA according to customs officials.

Most of the undocumented children came from Central America where the threat of violence from drug cartels motivated many to leave their countries. Department of Homeland Security Officials in Texas say they do not have sufficient manpower or detention space to process the incredible surge of undocumented immigrants coming from Central America.

Many undocumented single parents with children are also entering the country illegally in tremendous numbers after rumors spread throughout Central America that the United States would not deport single parents with children.

According to an LA Times article by Cindy Carcamo, “The surge of families hit a peak over Memorial Day weekend, when federal officials flew at least 400 migrants in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas to Tucson to be processed by customs and Border Patrol officials in Arizona.”

source: Immigration Overload: More Than 1,000 Unaccompanied Children Flood Texas Border |*AmeriTrust Law Group

Judge

HS Assisting Human Traffickers With Children Smuggled Across Mexican Border - YouTube

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I say send them to Canada...
 
petros
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Reconquistas don't want Canada.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Reconquistas don't want Canada.

You sure??

Remember, all the way up to Utah used to be Mexico. Why not some parts of Canada??

 
Cliffy
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

You sure??

Remember, all the way up to Utah used to be Mexico. Why not some parts of Canada??

When the Spanish tried to occupy the BC coast, native women loured them into the bushes and killed them while the men that had been enslaved, broke free and burned the Spanish ships to the water line. They never came back.
 
eh1eh
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Mexico is poor. Thanks Obama.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by eh1ehView Post

Mexico is poor. Thanks Obama.

It's not poor, it corrupt from the President on down. It's an oil rich country, and lots of minerals too.
 
gopher
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Those little kids must have great navigational skills and stamina to make it alone all the way from Honduras to Arizona - a distance of 2,000 miles.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Those little kids must have great navigational skills and stamina to make it alone all the way from Honduras to Arizona - a distance of 2,000 miles.

Don't fool yourself. The easy part is getting through Mexico. The hardest is getting into Mexico across the southern border. The US/Mexican border is like swiss cheese in comparison.
 
gopher
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Don't you find it interesting that border guards didn't stop them in Guatemala? This assuming the story of them being from Honduras I true.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

The easy part is getting through Mexico.

Really, please drive from TJ or take a bus and see how easy it is..



Checkpoint for vehicles... lots of these locations, checking for guns, drugs and illegals



Mexican military checking buses and passengers..

It's the cartels bringing these kids through..

Mexico's immigration is stronger than the USA and Canada's
 
gopher
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Why would Mexican cartels go through Guatemala into Honduras in order to bring kids into our borders?
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Why would Mexican cartels go through Guatemala into Honduras in order to bring kids into our borders?

1. for money, $3600 to $5000 per child for a Coyote X estimated 100,000 this month

2. new recruits for MS13

3. list goes on..
 
gopher
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Interesting. The president of Guatemala is a graduate of the School Of Americas which is well known for its right wing extremism. Perez has also called for the legalization of drugs. If any of what you say is true, I wonder if or how his checkered past has anything to do with this news.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Interesting. If any of what you say is true...

People smuggling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Read under Facts and figures

When they bring a child from Central America it's more than the estimated $4000

No worries, I know a few coyotes who can get you into the USA from $3000 to $3600 crossing by Brownsville, TX
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

You sure??

Remember, all the way up to Utah used to be Mexico. Why not some parts of Canada??

Okanogan was part of mexico.
 
gopher
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Quote:

When they bring a child from Central America it's more than the estimated $4000



Amazing if true since $4000 is more than a five year salary in Honduras so you wonder where they get that kind of money.
 
Nuggler
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

It's not poor, it corrupt from the President on down. It's an oil rich country, and lots of minerals too.

Something like the USA
 
Tecumsehsbones
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The good news is that Texas governor Rick Perry is hard at work in Austin, focussed like a laser on this growing crisis.

Jun 12, 2014 10:29am
Texas Gov. Rick Perry compared homosexuality to alcoholism at an event in San Francisco Wednesday night, saying people can choose whether they engage in either lifestyle.
“Whether or not you feel compelled to follow a particular lifestyle or not, you have the ability to decide not to do that,” Perry said when asked whether homosexuality is a disorder at an event at the Commonwealth Club of California. “I may have the genetic coding that I’m inclined to be an alcoholic, but I have the desire not to do that.”

Gov. Rick Perry Likens Homosexuality to Alcoholism - ABC News
 
Locutus
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BaalsTears
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The southern border is going to become Disneyland for pedophiles.
 
EagleSmack
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Another mess this Administration created.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

Another mess this Administration created.

Have to disagree. It's a mess created mostly by increasing violence and chaos in Latin America, and compounded by the mutual inability of the President and the Congress to agree on a policy.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Have to disagree. It's a mess created mostly by increasing violence and chaos in Latin America, and compounded by the mutual inability of the President and the Congress to agree on a policy.

And the Administration giving the green light to Central America that amnesty is coming and refusal to enforce the laws.
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

And the Administration giving the green light to Central America that amnesty is coming and refusal to enforce the laws.

More deportations than any other administration in history.

But I understand your position. It's based on the notion that the Republicans are perfect.
 
Kreskin
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Last week Obama was criticized for doing too much. This week it's not enough. Where will the next wind blow?
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

More deportations than any other administration in history.

But I understand your position. It's based on the notion that the Republicans are perfect.

The GOP is so far from perfect.

But you saying that is based on the notion that you believe you're always right.

Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

Last week Obama was criticized for doing too much. This week it's not enough. Where will the next wind blow?

Doing too much what?
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

The GOP is so far from perfect.

But you saying that is based on the notion that you believe you're always right.

So, you're completely satisfied with the Republicans' performance on immigration?

Eric Cantor's constitutents weren't.
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

So, you're completely satisfied with the Republicans' performance on immigration?

Eric Cantor's constitutents weren't.


What part of "The GOP is far from perfect" is confusing you?

I am completely unsatisfied with the GOPs performance on immigration. The thought of even giving amnesty consideration is asinine.

And that is a big reason was why Cantor was tossed and I applaud Virginia's 7th District for doing so.
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

The GOP is so far from perfect.

But you saying that is based on the notion that you believe you're always right.



Doing too much what?

I understand ES, it's hard to keep up with.
 
Twila
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I would not be able to look those children in the eye and tell them "sorry, don't want ya. Too bad a fluke of nature had you born in the wrong country and too bad you have to live under insane violence and poverty, but you didn't fill out the right forms."

These poor innocent children. It's heartbreaking.
 

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