Category: Illegal immigration
On January 30, Colorado Representative Dave Williams from State District 15 issued the following press release making the case for his bill which would prohibit official sanctuary cities in the state.
This bill is a daring move on the part of the freshman Representative Williams, however, the chances of it making through Colorado’s Democrat-controlled State House are slim. Nonetheless, it reflects the sentiment so strongly, if unartfully, voiced by President Trump, that government at all levels must address public safety and national security threats where they often begin; at the America’s entry ways.
“Every single illegal alien that comes into the country goes through the hands of a drug cartel.”
As three decades of failed immigration enforcement culminates in the current wave of illegals from nearly eighty countries splashing into our states, the likelihood that this environmental horror can be stemmed is nil.
In 2007 an illegal immigrant living in Vail, Jorge M. Valdez, raped two women at knife point. Valdez had previously been deported.
These illegals are not pilgrims but are parasites who have come to take advantage of our generosity, burdening our schools, filling our prisons, and plundering state and federal social services, often amassing incomes far above those of the lawful, working American.
If you’re doing the math, that works out to nearly $20,000 per student. Why so high? In a nutshell, it costs more to document underprivileged students for whom English is a second language.
Rather than “solve” the problem of illegal immigration once and for all, the number of people unlawfully present quadrupled in the years after the amnesty.
Border Patrol agents face severe restrictions on what they can and can’t do on these protected lands – despite the fact that the areas are right on the border.
It’s the perfect solution, she said, for the types of workers who come to the United States for seasonal work and return home to their families in the winter — the immigrants Krieble is used to seeing at her equestrian facility in Parker, Colo., or in farming communities across the nation.