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Of Course the White House Knew the Border Crisis Was Coming and Lied about It

Posted By Melissa Melton On July 20, 2014 @ 8:48 pm In Conspiracy Fact and Theory,Controlling the Herd,Crime/Police State,Editor's Choice,Featured,Headlines & Head Lies,Immigration,Media and Propaganda,News,People,Political Gamesmanship | 4 Comments

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WHY oh WHY is it such big news today that the White House was hiding data and knew about a huge spike in illegal immigrant families from Central America flooding the Texas-Mexico border over a year ago?

Apparently, not only did they know about it, but they even misrepresented the facts, too?

You mean…wait, you mean the government LIED?

The Daily Caller [2] reported:

The data, which was dumped by the U.S. border patrol late Friday afternoon, shows that inflow of youths and children traveling without parents has doubled since 2013, to 57,525 in the nine months up to July 2014.

But the number of migrants who cross the border in so-called “family units” has spiked five-fold to 55,420, according to the border patrol’s data, which came out amid a storm of news about the shoot-down of a Malaysian aircraft in Ukraine…

In the Rio Grande area where most of the migrants are crossing the border, the number of so-called “unaccompanied children” was actually outnumbered by the inflow by adults, parents and children in “family units,” according to the data.

Well it certainly is a much different picture than the one the White House and many Congresspeople and Senators have tried to paint in the media recently, isn’t it?

YES. It is. Why?


In fact, if the government makes any official statement at all anymore, it’s sure to be replete with one or more of the following: lies, deceptions, disinformation, omissions, inaccuracies, willful misrepresentation and/or flagrant hyperbole.

These are the official norm. Have been for quite a while.

There is a well-established pattern here on (broken) record, and it’s getting hard to stomach media outlets who muster up the gumption to report on these occurrences as if it’s just such a complete shock that the government got caught, once again, L-Y-I-N-G.

Our government’s representatives lie so often these days, that the lies that come out immediately give people paying attention a painful sense of déjà vu — from past, strikingly similar lies.

In this instance, for example, Obama’s Domestic Policy Adviser Cecilia Muñoz actually went on the record with, “Nobody could have predicted the scale of the increase we saw this year,” according to the Washington Post [3].

Set the current data find, conveniently released while the nation’s eyes and ears were focused elsewhere, aside for a moment…

Really? No one? No one at all could have ever predicted it?

No one like, say, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, who was both National Security Council White House Aide and NSC Liaison to FEMA, who just so happened to author the REX 84 plan? Short for Readiness Exercise 1984, the plan led to the creation of FEMA camps nationwide which were created under the pretext that a “mass exodus” of illegal aliens might cross the Mexico-U.S. border.

Billions have gone into FEMA and into border patrol for this exact purpose…but no one expected it?

It’s like that one time Condoleeza Rice said, “I don’t think anybody could have predicted that these people would take an airplane and slam it into the World Trade Center…” just months after 9/11 happened, even though NORAD had been running those drills for that exact scenario, simulating terrorist hijacking and crashing jets into buildings, including the Twin Towers. In fact, on the morning of 9/11, no less than five drills and war games were being played out, including terrorists hijacking planes (using real planes) and planes crashing into buildings.

But I digress…

So Domestic Policy Adviser Muñoz, who by the way is former Senior Vice President for the Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation at the National Council of La Raza, said “nobody could have predicted” the scale of the “sudden” immigration spike…

The Post went on to report,

But top officials at the White House and the State Department had been warned repeatedly of the potential for a further explosion in the number of migrant children since the crisis began escalating two years ago, according to former federal officials and others familiar with internal discussions. [emphasis added]

Warned repeatedly?

You mean like that one time that our U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and his team were sending dire warning cables [4] to a multitude of Obama Administration agencies for over a year before the terrorist attack on the consulate (Al Qaeda terrorists, the same ones we funded to help overthrow Gaddafi and, somehow, the same ones that our government says caused 9/11) left Stevens and three other Americans dead…you mean like that kind of “warned repeatedly”?

How can these reporters continue to report on one lie after another like it’s the first lie and not a fat bag overflowing with lie after lie after lie?

America has only the vaguest semblance left of what are supposed to be the executive, legislative and judicial branches. The tree is dying, although saying the words “executive, legislative and judicial branches” sounds a lot more official than “lying liars who lie for money and power”.

Like in this instance, for example. So the White House knew about the immigration crisis for well over a year (never mind the detailed timelines [5] which show that the Obama Administration has been willfully dismantling our immigration laws ever since they came into power)…

Shouldn’t that put a damper on Obama asking Congress to approve $3.7 billion in “emergency” spending (which is partially going to be used to build even more FEMA camps)?

Must not really be that much of an “emergency” if the White House knew it was coming for over a year, right? That’s more like someone standing on a train track screaming “Noooo” at an oncoming train that’s still an hour away, but failing to get off the tracks anyway.

And what of those camps Homeland Security paid Haliburton subsidiary KBR $385 million to build back in 2006 [6]? Estimates say that each of the 600 emergency centers could house up to 5,000 people, with a total capacity of at least 400,000…These camps are operational, but instead of using any of them for their supposed intended purpose, the government is directing border patrol to fly immigrants around and let them go, so we can spend hundreds of millions of dollars to…what? That’s right.

Obama’s big immigration reform plan involves building more FEMA camps! [7]

But we aren’t even using the ones we have! Unless…unless that’s not what those camps were for in the first place.

Surely that’s not the case. That would mean the government is a bunch of lying liars.

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Contributed by Melissa Melton of The Daily Sheeple [9].

Melissa Melton is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple [10] and a co-creator of Truthstream Media [11]. Wake the flock up!

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This WHOLE bleep GUBMINT makes me wretch, they can ALL go to HELL!!

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I have heard (but don't have citations to back it up) that Obama snuck through some line item in January 2014 for a pile of money to feed and house some 72,000 people - and lo and behold, they've shown up in July!
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DHS Anticipated 60,000 Illegal Child Border Crossers in January
DHS secretary confirms administration anticipated surge in illegal immigration

BY:  Bill Gertz   
July 24, 2014 7:07 pm
Free Beacon

ASPEN, Colo.—DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson confirmed Thursday that the Obama administration in January anticipated a surge of some 60,000 illegal children crossing the Southwest Border.

So far, only two cases among the flood of illegal immigrants this year raised concerns that terrorists were entering the United States, Johnson said during remarks to a security conference.

Johnson recalled visiting a detention center in Brownsville, Texas, in January where 82 percent of a group of 995 detainees were from 30 different countries, most from Central America. The rest were Mexicans.

“It was apparent to me then that the Rio Grand valley sector of the Southwest border needed to be an area of particular concern,” Johnson said during remarks at the Aspen Security Forum.

In January, in our budget process, we estimated that we were going to have 60,000 unaccompanied kids coming in,” he said, noting that resources for the influx were “ramped up.”

The border crisis grew worse during the period between March, April, and May when “unprecedented levels” of children crossed the border, he said. The surge peaked with thousands of illegals reaching the U.S. border in early June.

The illegal immigrants have created a security and humanitarian crisis that has taxed both law enforcement and health authorities who are trying to deal with the immigrant children. Thousands have been housed on military bases and there have been outbreaks of disease at the detention centers, including pneumonia and swine flu.

The comments by the DHS secretary indicate the Obama administration had months of warning about the problem.

Conservative news outlets reported in June that DHS sought bids for a contract Jan. 29 seeking help in handling 65,000 unaccompanied alien children.

The influx of children was based on information circulated outside the United States indicating that if foreign immigrants could reach U.S. soil the government was required to take them in.

Johnson said the flood of children declined when many were deported.

Johnson said in early May he telephoned officials of Central American countries to try and stem the illegal migrant flows.

Since then, DHS has been mobilizing resources and the number of border crossers has declined.

“But it could spike back up again at any moment,” Johnson said.

The secretary said that unless Congress approves additional funding to deal with the crisis, “we’re going to run out of money.”

President Obama has asked Congress for $3.7 billion in new funds to deal with the crisis.

Asked if terrorists are using the influx of illegal immigrants to gain entry into the United States, Johnson said the problem is a concern.

But he said the number of potential terrorists among those detained at the border so far has been low.

“In so far as the illegal migration into the Rio Grand Valley sector, we’ve seen very very little evidence of that, very few indicators of that,” Johnson said.

However, he added: “We’ve got to be very vigilant when it comes to that, that someone doesn’t try to take advantage of this surge.”

Pressed for details on the potential entry of terrorists, Johnson said those that are apprehended are closely scrutinized for indicators. “And if there are indicators somebody might be motivated by terror, that is a fact that is noted in regular reports,” he said.

So far, authorities have detected “one or two potentially problematic cases” indicating a terrorist connection, he said.

Johnson also said there is a real threat that U.S. and western nationals who travel to Syria to fight with Islamist rebels will return to conduct terror attacks in the United States and the West.

“The numbers are very troublesome,” Johnson said of the westerners fighting in Syria.

However, he said a more serious threat is posed by nationals of non-U.S. western countries being radicalized in Syria and then gaining easy access to the United States because of lax visa restrictions for allied countries.

“The larger problem is tracking those nationals of other countries that go to Syria,” he said.

Johnson said Yemen and Syria pose the most serious threat of spawning terror attacks against the United States.

Johnson said a major concern is the Islamic State of the Iraq and Levant (ISIL or ISIS), an al Qaeda offshoot, gaining territory in Iraq.

“When terrorists acquire territory, they almost always try to attack the United States, he said.

Terrorism against the United States has evolved from the main al Qaeda group to al Qaeda affiliates and now a more decentralized grouping of Islamists, like those that attacked the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, he said.

“We’re now seeing an evolving picture of more groups that are spin offs. … It’s still a dangerous world,” Johnson said.
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