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http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-California/2014/07/07/Protestors-Keep-Third-Round-of-Illegal-Alien-Buses-from-Murrieta-Border-Patrol-Station

by Michelle Moons 7 Jul 2014, 1:20 PM PDT

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MURRIETA -- Demonstrators opposed to illegal immigration stood their ground again at the Murrieta Border Patrol station on Monday, where U.S. Border Patrol had been scheduled to transfer a third round of buses, with approximately 140 illegal aliens aboard in total, transferred from overcrowded Texas detention facilities.

For a third time, the buses were rerouted to the San Ysidro, California Border Patrol station, near the U.S.-Mexico border, for processing. The demonstrators gathered in areas to the north and south of the Murrieta station after law enforcement blocked off the road near the station itself. Many told Breitbart News they considered their stand a success, since buses scheduled for Murrieta are avoiding it as long as demonstrators remain.

The anti-illegal immigration protests Monday brought out new, first-time demonstrators and onlookers from many different backgrounds--from young enlisted Marines to legal immigrants from Germany, Mexico, and Central America. Karen Siegemund of Rage Against the Media, comedian and author Evan Sayet, and radio host Kender Macgowan made it out as well.

Despite the news of buses being re-routed for the second time since a standoff with three buses in Murrieta July 1, anti-illegal immigration demonstrators plan to continue to monitor and be at the ready should any transfers of illegal aliens to the Murrieta station resume.

The general sentiment is that the moment that demonstrators leave, transfers to the station will continue.

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Instead of driving 60+ miles north, away from the origins of these individuals, they could drive less than 10 miles south, across the border with Mexico, from whence they cameth.

IOW they are making huge effort to keep them inside the US, and no effort to get rid of them.
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Instead of driving 60+ miles north, away from the origins of these individuals, they could drive less than 10 miles south, across the border with Mexico, from whence they cameth.

No, they can't. Most of them are from El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras. And many of them are minors, covered by the 2008 law that says we can't dump children who are from non-contiguous countries over the border. We have to process them for deportation and treat them "humanely" meantime.

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No, they can't. Most of them are from El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras. And many of them are minors, covered by the 2008 law that says we can't dump children who are from non-contiguous countries over the border. We have to process them for deportation and treat them "humanely" meantime.

That law was to protect children from sex trafficking.

What we should be able to do is take them on planes, trains or busses immediately back to their home countries. 

No questions asked.
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That law was to protect children from sex trafficking.

What we should be able to do is take them on planes, trains or busses immediately back to their home countries. 

No questions asked.

Right. That's what we should do. But until the law is changed, we won't. Of course, that is about the only law that 0bama & his minions seem interested in enforcing.

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Right. That's what we should do. But until the law is changed, we won't. Of course, that is about the only law that 0bama & his minions seem interested in enforcing.

I disagree.  This Administration is choosing a narrow interpretation of that law to justify all of this.  The law meant to protect against sex trafficing does not apply unless the White House says it applies, and then it will take a lawsuit in Federal court to stop it.

The law is not the problem, it is the selective enforcement of this and many other laws that is the problem.


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No, they can't. Most of them are from El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras. And many of them are minors, covered by the 2008 law that says we can't dump children who are from non-contiguous countries over the border. We have to process them for deportation and treat them "humanely" meantime.

My idea of humane treatment is to herd them all into the cargo hold of a C-17, give 'em all a bottle of water and an MRE, and fly them under F-16 fighter escort to their country of record and drop them all off.  These kids have no business being here whatsoever, and the 2008 law you reference applied to sex trafficking, and is being unconstitutionally misinterpreted by the Administration to try and justify all of this.  Only the low information public believes there is any justification for this invasion other than Democrat Politics.

What nobody is talking about is the next even bigger wave of adult illegals who are going to be on their way up to join their children once they can verify where the kids have landed.

Rush was talking today about how there were roughly 150,000 men in the biggest amphibious landing ever attempted, the Allied landings on the beaches of Normandy.  It required the biggest flotilla of ships and aircraft ever assembled to pull off D-Day and the landing of those men.

Between April and June this year, we had over 300,000 illegals enter this country....twice as many as invaded Hitler's Festung Europa....

Think about that....

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I've mentioned in previous posts about this, and I'll say it again:

The citizens (and local government) of Murietta should take a cue from the "Cliven Bundy incident" and keep standing their ground.

The local government, local police, sheriff, etc., should all be right there "on the lines".
As many cameras as possible should be brought in, covering all viewpoints, and kept rolling.

If "outside help" comes in by way of American citizens willing to take a stand, they should be welcomed. Even if they bring some.... well, "Second Amendment appurtenances" in with them.

It may come to a "hands on the hips" moment. It may NEED to come to that (as it did up in Nevada).

Stand up to the federals, with cameras recording, and they'll back down.


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