The United States of America currently welcomes more immigrants than any other country on earth, over 1.1 million per year, in addition to granting 700,000 temporary work permits, and 500,000 student visas annually, despite the fact that American citizens need the jobs that immigrants are filling.
Liberals aren’t satisfied with that. In fact, when Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 160 criminal illegal aliens around the country this week, liberals protested. There were more liberals protesting in New York City Friday night than the number of illegal aliens with criminal records who were arrested all week long. It is unclear how many protestors took part in demonstrations in LA Thursday evening.
There are 25 million Black, White, Red, Brown and Yellow U.S. citizens who are either unemployed or underemployed, and a major reason for that is illegal immigration. Sadly, lower wages and unemployment are not the worst that illegal aliens bring to our country. “David Marin, ICE’s field director in the Los Angeles area, said in a conference call with reporters Friday that 75 percent of the approximately 160 people detained in the operation this week had felony convictions” according to the Washington Post. The felonies included sex offenses, robberies, assaults, and weapons charges, among others, per the LA Times.
People who shouldn’t even be in the country have created victims of our citizens. Yet liberals protested these arrests, expressing their disapproval for the rule of law.
The New York Times predictably ran a sob-story all about the aliens’ fear of being caught by President Trump’s “deportation force,” completely ignoring the victims of illegal alien crime, or the fact that being in the country illegally is itself a crime, and that the lawful consequence for such offense is deportation. The Times starts their piece with this:
“In Austin, Tex., undocumented women working in a laundromat cowered in the back of the room, petrified after seeing a video and a photograph of apprehensions outside a local grocery store and burger joint.”
Are these women being paid under the table while illegally working at that laundromat, and did the women later mentioned hitching a ride home from restaurant work use stolen social security cards and fake ID’s to secure their jobs? Those are felonies, for which American citizens would go to jail, but for which the New York Times and the protesters feel deportation is unjust. Heck, they don’t even want murders and rapists being deported.
What is wrong with these people, who do their best to undermine the rule of law and reward those who victimize American citizens?