Human Trafficking Big Business

Human Trafficking Big Business — Human trafficking is a $32 billion business according to FranceInfo via Breitbart.

About 84 percent of those being trafficked are female. Those who can’t pay the fee to get smuggled across the border are forced into prostitution.

The men who can’t pay? One report claims they are killed and their organs harvested for sale.

We believe it. There are truly evil people in this world.

Donald Trump has taken on this crowd with both fists and both feet. He may be the only one with power doing so. One judge accused the former administration of being accomplices to the traffickers.

We fear that there are truly evil people in our establishment.

By the way, Breitbart has an interesting story on illegal aliens and vote fraud that is worth reading.

Human Trafficking Big Business

Human Trafficking Big Business

 

Idiot Bureaucrats Keeping Parents From Attending Child’s Wedding

Idiot Bureaucrats Keeping Parents From Attending Child’s Wedding

By Peg Luksik

Today, I am writing as a Navy Mom.  My son, who has served for 13+ years and is now a Chief, is a “Navy Nuke” on our submarines.  In September, he is planning to marry a lovely woman who is a Moldovan national and has lived here legally for 10 years.  Her parents applied for a visitor’s visa to attend the wedding.  The application for them costs $320, which is an average month’s pay in Moldova.  They do not speak English.

They were denied.  I thought they did not properly understand the process, so I got involved.  For the second application (another $320) I had letters of support from Senator Toomey, Senator Casey, Rep. Rothfus and Rep. Lamb.  That’s two R’s and two D’s.  All four offices were very helpful.

We had to prove that the parents would return to Moldova by proving that they had property, family and employment connections.   So we supplied, with the legislative letters, copies of the deeds to their two mortgage-free properties, letters from each of their employers detailing their length of employment, letters from other family members who are not coming to the US (grandmother and parents of grandchildren), the official written permission from the Navy for my son to first date and then marry his bride, a letter from the priest performing the ceremony, and the receipts from the rental of the hall for the second reception her parents are holding in Moldova in late October.

The second interview was Aug. 7.  They were scheduled for 9  a.m..  They were made to wait until everyone else was seen, skipping their appointment time.  (Remember that this is the former USSR, where people do not complain to the governement.)  The first statement was that they had already been told no, so what in their lives changed.  The second asked them if they personally knew the Senators who had written.  They did not.  They were denied.  Again.

The State Department says there is no review.  All decisions by that bureaucrat are final.  And they say that they destroy all the documents so there is no way to see if the official is actually following the rules.  That makes that unelected bureaucrat an absolute monarch.

The legislative offices are all sorry.  But tell me there is nothing they can do.

I need to get the story out.  My son deserves better than this.  But since he is on active duty, he cannot tell the story or advocate for himself.  You will notice that I did not give you his name or where he is currently stationed.

This is not about immigration laws – we met every requirement.  This is about an unelected bureaucrat believing she is not bound by any laws but her own whims.   And a young man who has given his entire adult life to defend this nation, and now needs that nation to defend him and his bride.
The President can get that visa.  I need the story to go public.

Mrs. Luksik is a former candidate for Pennsylvania governor and a long-time activist for average citizens.

Idiot Bureaucrats Keeping Parents From Attending Child’s Wedding

Idiot Bureaucrats Keeping Parents From Attending Child's Wedding

Lou Barletta Triggers Kochs, Globalists Want Casey

Lou Barletta Triggers Kochs, Globalists Want Casey — The globalist Koch Brothers — Charles  and David  — have shown their true colors and are working to save a Pennsylvania senate seat for fellow globalist Bobby Casey, a Democrat, and to keep it from falling into the hands of pro-citizen Lou Barletta.

The Kochs say it is because Lou voted for the budget in March which called for increased spending.

Sure it is (wink). The real reason is because Lou is an opponent of open borders and allowing MS-13 and other gang-bangers to traffic cheap labor for industrialists and other neo-feudalists.

See where Bernie Sanders just praised the Kochs? He doesn’t like Trump’s Americans first policy either.

Election day is Nov. 6.

Lou Barletta Triggers Kochs, Globalists Want Casey

Lou Barletta Triggers Kochs, Globalists Want Casey

 

 

 

Homeschooling Vs Border Crossing

Homeschooling Vs Border Crossing — Just a question to ponder but why are Democrats OK with children being separated from their parents for homeschooling or spanking or smoking pot but not for being forced to participate in an illegal and dangerous border crossing?

Can anyone help out?

Homeschooling Vs Border Crossing

Homeschooling Vs Border Crossing

100,000 Noncitizens Registered To Vote In Pa.

100,000 Noncitizens Registered To Vote In Pa. — More than 100,000 noncitizens are registered to vote in Pennsylvania according to a lawsuit filed, yesterday, Feb. 26, by the Public Interest Legal Foundation.

The lawsuit,(PILF v. Torres et. al. 1:18-cv-00463)., was filed in United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and claims the Pennsylvania Department of State refused to allow the PILF to inspect or be furnished documents related to noncitizen registered voters as per required by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA).

The NVRA allows unfettered physical inspection rights to all records related to voter list maintenance, notes the PILF.

The state would only let the PILF  see records related to voters removed from the rolls because of death or change of residence.

Philadelphia Commissioner Al Schmidt presented a report to the Pennsylvania Assembly in 2017 that detailed how a DOS/PennDOT study of noncitizen driver’s license holders matched records belonging to roughly 100,000 current voters in the statewide registration database.

“For months, Pennsylvania bureaucrats have concealed facts about noncitizens registering and voting—that ends today,” PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said. “Before this lawsuit, the State admitted to a ‘glitch’ that exposed thousands of driver’s license customers to voter registration offers despite their noncitizen status since the 1990s. The Secretary of State abruptly resigned. DOS officials blocked federal public inspection rights. The PILF hopes to finally get answers about the true scale of noncitizen voting in Pennsylvania and assist lawmakers in crafting reforms that fix it.”

This is a major story. Why would the Department of State withhold this information? Will the Philadelphia Inquirer cover it as it deserves? The Delaware County Daily Times?  Expect to see them circle the wagons to make this go away and protect their favored political party.

Hey Alex Charlton what do you think about this?

 

100,000 Noncitizens Registered To Vote In Pa. Says Lawsuit

100,000 Noncitizens Registered To Vote In Pa.

Can’t Just Come To Canada

Can’t Just Come To Canada –– Hey Erick Lexi, we have a song subject for you.

Lexi is the Cuban singer who was deported from Columbia to Ecuador after he entered that nation no tener documentos.

Why Ecuador? Guess he didn’t want to go back to Cuba for some strange reason. It certainly must be a strange reason as all the smart norteamericano progressive types think Cuba is some kind of paradise.

But leave that aside. Here is our song idea. It’s called “Can’t just come to Canada”.

You see with the Trump Administration in power, Canada is sending emissaries to the American illegals telling them no vayas al norte.

“You can’t just come to Canada and cross the border and stay there the rest of your life,” Pablo Rodriguez, a member of parliament and a strong ally of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said only last month. 

So Erick maybe you can take our idea and make a social justice rap with it or something. You don’t even have to give us credit.

Truthfully, Erick we don’t think you’d want to go to Canada. Did you ever notice the resemblance between Trudeau and Fidel? Just sayin’.

Stay in Miami. You are employed and  here legally, right?

Can’t Just Come To Canada

 

Can't Just Come To Canada
Won’t see this in the Great White North.

President Trump DACA Pledge

President Trump DACA Pledge — President Trump is getting grief from some circles regarding his  televised bipartisan meeting yesterday, Jan. 9, in which he expressed willingness to codify Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) non-legislative action.

Obama instituted the policy on June 15, 2012. Its claimed intent was to allow  people brought to the U.S. illegally as minors to stay since they were raised here and are culturally Americans.

Obama’s action, however, was called, rightly, an abuse of power — including by Trump during his campaign — especially after Obama later sought to expand the scope of the policy. The expansions were halted by the courts.

Anyway, on Sept. 5, Trump rescinded Obama’s policy but delayed full implementation for six months — this means deportations — so Congress can pass a law making the policy legal.

About 800,000 persons are covered by DACA. The Obama policy protected them from deportation and made them eligible for work permits but did not make them citizens or grant them voting rights.

Most Americans have sympathy for the DACA people, including Trump, himself, who expressed such shortly after his election.    Even during, the campaign he specifically said he had no plans on deporting every illegal. 

For those still upset, Trump clearly gets what the big issues are, namely ending the poisonous policy of chain migration which allows new immigrants to bring over their extended families and the even more poisonous lottery system which requires us to take immigrants at random rather than sift them for things like education, skills and political philosophy.

And, of course, The Donald  is still promising to building the wall and we are very confident he is going to keep that promise.

As someone once sang: You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you just might find, you get what you need.

We remain on the train. MAGA.

Here is the video of the meeting:

 

President Trump DACA Pledge

President Trump DACA Pledge -- President Trump is getting grief from some circles regarding his  televised bipartisan meeting yesterday, Jan. 9, in which he expressed

DACA Defended But Still Called Unconstitutional

DACA Defended But Still Called Unconstitutional

By Chris Freind DACA Defended But Still Called Unconstitutional

There’s a good reason comprehensive immigration reform hasn’t seen the light of day for decades.

It’s not because of partisanship, since both Democrats and Republicans controlled the White House and Congress in that span, but something much more basic: A lack of common sense.

Strident hardliners on both sides want an all-or-nothing approach, from deporting 12 million illegals (impossible) to having totally open borders (also completely unfeasible). Their inability to compromise has killed any effort at meaningful reform.

Add to that the reluctance of party leaders to change the status quo, since they gain tremendous political benefit from nonaction. Special-interest groups, from big business to labor unions, line their pockets to keep things just the way they are, to the detriment of the country – and illegal immigrants.

But now that we finally had an opportunity to do something positive – keeping the successful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program until a suitable replacement was passed by Congress – the Trump administration instead decided to end it entirely, phasing it out over six months. The result has been an uproar, since the lives of 800,000 productive young people – who had legal residency and legitimate employment – have been thrown into chaos.

Let’s look at the controversy surrounding the DACA “Dreamers.”

First, a quick background: DACA, instituted by the President Obama in 2012, deferred immigration action on children brought to America by their illegal immigrant parents. It did not grant legal status, but instead protected those who qualified from being deported. It also provided work permits for two years, which were renewable. Eligibility criteria included being under 16 upon entering the country; living continuously in the U.S. since 2007; being enrolled in high school or college (or already having a diploma or degree); have a GED certificate or be an honorably discharged U.S. military veteran; and have no felony criminal convictions.

We could do a lot worse than having productive Dreamers in our midst, living the American Dream.

Now to the issue:

1. The premise for rescinding DACA is that it’s unconstitutional. Trump administration officials stated that Obama made an end-run around Congress by instituting something that should’ve been under the purview of the legislative branch. That’s very likely true. That said, the president does, in fact, have broad discretionary powers when it comes to immigration. So, given how unpredictable judges can be in interpreting the law – with some actively legislating from the bench – the jury is still out on DACA’s constitutionality.

2. The “it’s not what you say, but how you say it” principle is still lost on Trump. While the White House has rolled out many good policies, most have been inexcusably bumbled due to incompetence and a lack of foresight, and the DACA decision was no different.

Rather than creating panic-inducing uncertainty – especially after months of promising “big heart” compassion and telling Dreamers they shouldn’t worry – the president should have worked quietly with Congress to formulate a replacement program before his announcement. That way, there would’ve already been a plan in place to ensure a smooth, less stressful transition. Doing it backwards was like discontinuing the space shuttle before having a replacement – a decision that still haunts America. After seven long months, there are still no grown-ups running the show at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

3. Give Obama credit for one thing: He led on the immigration issue when Congress would not. Maybe he overstepped his executive branch bounds, but he did what he thought was right. It certainly wasn’t the first time a president went into uncharted territory. And recent presidents, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, all instituted executive actions protecting segments of undocumented immigrants – though, to be fair, none were of the scope of DACA. Perhaps the lesson is if more elected officials did their jobs instead of doing nothing, then presidents would not feel the need to push the limits of their office.

4. Putting constitutional concerns aside, several questions come to mind: Why these people? Why now? And why not focus on the much more pressing immigration issues?

According to reports, 91 percent of Dreamers are employed, and most, if not all, have no criminal record. They are paying taxes and contributing to the economy, while remaining out of the shadowy and dangerous underworld – all desirable traits.

But are they taking jobs from Americans, as some claim? Maybe some, but for the most part, that is a fallacy. As much as we don’t want to hear it, fact is that far too many Americans – Millennials in particular – are highly unmotivated to seek work, let alone maintain a job. For some, anything not paying $125,000 for a 30-hour work week is beneath them. Instead, the overly coddled Entitlement Generation, which expects everything but works for nothing, is content to sip their lattes and eat avocado sandwiches – while posting social media sweet nothings every 30 seconds and binge-watching Netflix on their latest-model iPhones.

Sorry, but you can’t take a job away from someone who doesn’t want to work. The market seeks productive people with strong work ethics, and if legal Dreamers fill that bill, then good for them. What could be more capitalistic – indeed more American – than that?

4. Dreamers should be last on the immigration reform checklist, for two reasons: A) It was not their choice to enter America illegally, and B) The vast majority are productive, law-abiding people who have been in the United States longer than their home country, with many only speaking English. Where is the compassion in throwing them back into unknown lands that are often dangerous Central American hellholes?

The solution is two-fold: First, Trump must work with Congress to pass legislation that effectively continues the DACA program, despite the inevitable howls that will come from his hardcore base.

Second, while remembering that America grants permanent resident status to over one million legal immigrants per year – more than all other countries – we should enact the following:

• Build a border wall utilizing nonviolent prisoners and illegal immigrants, which would solve prison overcrowding and save billions. Funding could also be derived from drug seizures and diverted foreign aid to Mexico. The wall would also curtail drug traffickers, human smugglers and terrorists.

• Institute self-deportation policies by employing stringent law enforcement measures on businesses, and eliminate lavish public benefits, ending much of the free ride enjoyed by illegals.

• Mandate every business utilize the free E-Verify system. Any company in noncompliance should face stiff penalties and potential criminal prosecution.

• Illegal immigrants convicted of crimes should serve their time and be deported. And pass a law eliminating U.S. aid to any country refusing its citizens – and deport their citizens anyway.

• Document illegals by issuing long-term or lifetime work visas; permanently deny them citizenship and the right to vote; require them to pass a criminal background check; mandate they pay taxes; and levy fines (deducted directly from paychecks).

Done. Immigration crisis solved with common sense and compassion – leaving plenty of time for America to deport Kim Jong-un to another planet.

 

DACA Defended But Still Called Unconstitutional

 

Delco Sanctuary City Trump Says

Delco Sanctuary City Trump Says Sorry John McBlain, but it looks like the Center for Immigration Studies is right after all.

President Trump included Delaware County, Pa. on its list of sanctuary cities released yesterday, March 20.

The list comes from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Section II covers jurisdictions with recorded declined detainers between Jan. 28 and Feb. 3. Section III is a table of jurisdictions that have enacted policies that limit cooperation with ICE.

Delco is in Section III as being a jurisdiction that “will not hold individuals solely based on an ICE detainer.” However,”arrangements may be made for ‘in person’ review of the policy”. This has been the policy since August 2014 says ICE.

Chesco, Montco, Bucks and, of course, Philadelphia are also listed

Chesco is in Section III as “will not hold individuals solely based on an ICE detainer” but “will allow ICE agents access to the daily populations reports and other records for investigative purposes”. This has been policy since May 2014.

Bucks is in Section III as “will not hold individuals solely based on an ICE detainer but will notify ICE via email of a pending release from custody.” This has been policy since April 2014.

Montco is in Section III as “will not honor ICE detainer”; “will not accept anyone brought to it solely on an ICE detainer: and “has daily contact with ICE”. This has been policy since April 2014

Philly “will honor ICE detainer where the alien has a prior conviction for a first or second degree felony offense involving violence and the detainer is accompanied by a judicial arrest warrant.” Even more damningly, Philly “prohibits notice to ICE of the pending release of subjects of interest to ICE unless the above criteria is met.”

Section II lists Chester County as declining a detainer on Feb. 3 for an El Salvadorian sought for a probation violation; and Philadelphia as declining detainers on Feb. 1 for a Jamaican wanted for homicide and on Feb. 3 for a Dominican wanted for selling heroin.

Delco Sanctuary City Trump Says

Delco Sanctuary City Trump Says

 

 

 

Trump Explains Law To Judges

Trump Explains Law To Judges
President Trump with Chesco Sheriff Bunny Welsh.

Trump Explains Law To Judges — Donald Trump just finished (Feb. 8) a powerful and inspiring speech to the National Sheriffs’ Association. He praised law enforcement and said those involved had a friend in the White House. He warned they most hold themselves to high standards, remove the bad actors among them and be good role models.

He said youth murders were a national tragedy and that every child — even those in Detroit, Chicago and Baltimore — had a right to play outside in peace and attend school without fear, or pressure to join a gang.

He said he wasn’t joking about building the wall on the Mexican border and that it was being designed as he spoke.

Probably most significantly he took on the activist judges and pundits snarling his ban on those seeking entry from seven terrorist-controlled nations.  It was about time. Thank God he has the spine. He read the law INA 212 (f) verbatim:

Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate. Whenever the Attorney General finds that a commercial airline has failed to comply with regulations of the Attorney General relating to requirements of airlines for the detection of fraudulent documents used by passengers traveling to the United States (including the training of personnel in such detection), the Attorney General may suspend the entry of some or all aliens transported to the United States by such airline.

He cracked a cracked joke about the pronoun “he” being politically incorrect and noted that what was being discussed by the pundit/legal class had nothing to do with the perfectly clear statement that he read.

He said he had planned to give a month’s, and then a week’s, notice regarding his ban but was dissuaded by his security advisors as it would have allowed terrorists planning entry to move up their timetable.

As the President implied, it is political-based decisions by judges that are causing the courts to come into disrespect, not anything he is saying.

In a side note, Chester County’s wonderful Sheriff Bunny Welsh was seen worldwide sitting next to the President, yesterday, when he met with leaders of theNational Sheriffs’ Association at the White House.

Trump Explains Law To Judges