Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Is Barack 'the Pied Piper' Obama...endangering kids lives in a roundabout way by encouraging them to illegally cross our borders?

      Obama has been quietly managing disaster instead of yelling 'fire' in this 
burning building."-- Columnist Linda Valdez   

McAllen, Texas (CNN) -- In broad daylight, with no fear of being seen, a group of Honduran girls -- some as young as 14 -- cross illegally into the United States.

"Because I want to see my parents in Austin," one tells CNN.

     Moments later, another group of Hondurans admits crossing the Rio Grande to get here, McAllen station, a border crossing into the United States. "Thank God nothing happened," they say of the perilous journey.

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     This group quickly grows to 22. Most are children who traveled without any adults.

     Unlike other stories of illegal immigration across a porous border, these immigrants aren't sneaking in. They're showing up and announcing themselves.

     "We are seeing hundreds turning themselves in daily. And I mean hundreds at a time," said Chris Cabrera, a leader of the local chapter of the National Border Patrol Council, a labor union representing U.S. Border Patrol agents.

     Many of the immigrants use rafts to cross the Rio Grande, equipped with instructions to follow the river until reaching the Border Patrol site to surrender.

     "They know that once they get to the station, we are going to give them paperwork and we are going to set them free into the United States," Cabrera says.

      These kids are "equipped with instructions to follow the river until reaching the Border Patrol site to surrender."

     Perhaps a more in depth probe might result in an incriminating answer to the question of.....WHO IS 'EQUIPPING THESE CHILDREN WITH THOSE INSTRUCTIONS?'

     In December, "U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen wrote that 'this court is quite concerned with the apparent policy of the Department of Homeland Security of completing the criminal mission of those who are violating the border security of the United States.''The DHS,' Hanen added, 'should enforce the laws of the United States – not break them."* 

>>>"The Department of Homeland Security should
 enforce the laws of the United States--
not break them."<<<


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