Posted on | July 8, 2014 | 31 Comments
Thanks to the New York Times, of all places, we now know (get ready) that 300,000 illegal aliens have come into our country just since April. Now, I want to put that number in perspective. It’s not the 65,000 we originally were told about in January in the onslaught of unaccompanied children. It’s them plus everybody else. . . .
All of them are poorly educated, all of them are low skilled, and all of them are poor. Obama, on July 4th, celebrating the ethnic diversity of America, said, “Don’t make it harder for the best and the brightest to come here.”
In other words, this invasion of 300,000 since April represents the best and the brightest — and if you oppose it, then you are, what? Well, racist and bigoted. Of course, we’re not supposed to call this an invasion. Maybe that’s right. I mean, maybe it isn’t an official invasion when the country’s leaders invite the invaders in. That’s what’s happening here. These people are being invited in.
These people are being transferred by us, in many cases. The New York Times also let another detail slip out in this story over the weekend. “More than 85% of the so-called accompanied alien children from Central America,” that’d be Guatemala, El Salvador, Ecuador, “have already been released to relatives in America.” More than 85% matches the 90% that we’ve been told by other sources.
So we got the New York Times saying 85% (other news agencies have used the figure of 90%) that have been released by ICE and Border Patrol to “relatives” in this country. So virtually none of these children have been sent back to their home countries, and they won’t be sent back.