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July 14, 2014
The Conservatives Who Deserve Blame for the Border Breakdown
By John T. Bennett


The conservative commentators who advocated a “path to citizenship” after the 2012 election bear partial blame for the current wave of illegal immigrants from Central America. Many of those who advocated for amnesty following the 2012 election are now complaining that people indeed came expecting that amnesty. But there is also an unbelievably bad policy at the root of the problem.

The William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 is the awful piece of legislation that is allowing tens of thousands of illegal aliens to be released and remain in America while awaiting “deportation hearings” that we all know are a sham.

It is not ironic at all that that a law intended “to combat human trafficking” has facilitated human smuggling. It is not ironic because this is precisely the outcome we should expect from immigration policy designed by multicultural elites. Our inept and corrupt political class, with their utter disregard for our sovereignty, simply does not seem to care about the consequences of the laws they pass.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sources told ABC news that, reportedly, “more than 80 percent of these children will find permanent homes in the U.S., with either family or foster homes and not be sent back to Central America.” In fact, the number of Central American illegals who are deported is closer to zero. According to one high-ranking Border Patrol official, “Currently only three percent of apprehensions from countries other than Mexico are being repatriated to their countries of citizenship, which are predominantly located in Central America.”

Every single Congressperson and Senator, from both parties, voted in favor of the 2008 act. The act is a Trojan horse full of the “disadvantaged,” a group overwhelmingly prone to vote Democrat. Rick Green with the Oklahoman newspaper has a detailed write-up on the 2008 act. He zeroes in on the key provisions:

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http://americanthinker.com/2014/07/the_conservatives_who_deserve_blame_for_the_border_breakdown_.html
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Re: The Conservatives Who Deserve Blame for the Border Breakdown
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2014, 04:52:56 PM »
So, could countries in other parts of the world start doing this too?
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Re: The Conservatives Who Deserve Blame for the Border Breakdown
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2014, 06:01:51 PM »
So, could countries in other parts of the world start doing this too?

I suspect they already have; sounds like quite the "salad bowl" has already formed down there on the way over the border.


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