Do you know much about MS-13, the deadliest gang in America? Salvadoran roots mainly, or originally, but the organization has outreach to other ethnicities. Terrifyingly brutal. I remember when I first started blogging, and was thinking of writing about them, my son said something like, ‘Mom. you. cannot. do. that. Don’t even mention the name.’ MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha), according to the FBI, follows the “migration paths of illegal alien laborers to avoid big-city police departments,” and then there’s that uncomfortable fact that police, under the Obama administration, cannot ask questions unless they see a crime committed. An MS-13 member need only say they’re a DREAMer and it might be a free ride (unless the tattoos and piercings are a disqualifier). The Department of Justice has handed the keys to America’s backdoor to the Sinaloa drug cartel, along with a steady weapons cache. Illegals of all types have been flooding over the border since the Senate Gang of 8 wrote and passed their traitorous immigration bill. Remember the Republicans behind it: Marco Rubio, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Jeff Flake.
The sign above, or a sign like it, was placed on Arizona border land by the government without Governor Jan Brewer’s knowledge.
We are being invaded, not by innocents who want to take our landscaping jobs or work in our hotels, but by drug cartels and terrorists entering our country illegally. We all need to start paying attention or we won’t have a country.
We have invited these people to our country with our open border policies. Source: Independent Sentinel
I was recently on a conference call with Dr. Mike Vickers and his wife Linda, ranchers living on the Texas border:
The cost of traveling from Mexico’s southern border, north to the U.S. border, is $900 plus the fee to cartels to cross into the U.S. — an organized pipeline for getting ‘Other Than Mexicans’ from the southern tip of Mexico to the U.S. border.
The cost of crossing our southern borders is now up to $7,000, paid to a drug cartel for passage. Mexicans mortgage their homes to cartel loan sharks in places like Honduras and Guatamala. Syria, Iran, Algeria, Bangladesh and others pay up to $20,000.
About three years ago, 17 percent coming across the border (not clear whether it Texas or Arizona or both) were coming from the Middle East, and of those stopped, one-half had some kind of tie to a terrorist element: al-Qaeda, al-Shabab (fill in the blanks, the usual groups were named).
In part of the Rio Grande Valley sector, 70 percent of illegal crossers are Other Than Mexican, largely from El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatamala.
On another recent conference call, Congressman Louis Gohmert said the House leadership is “hell bent” on amnesty, otherwise known as a pathway to citizenship. Can you image that in 2013, drug cartels were taking over Pennsylvania neighborhoods? It’s worse than we have imagined and it stretches from the deep south all the way north, and from sea-to-shining sea.
This is just the beginning. We cannot be stagnate and wait until the action starts in Congress. We need a steady stream of dissent flooding into House leadership: John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, Paul Ryan, Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Michael McCaul, Ed Royce and your own representatives. No matter where you stand on “immigration reform,” we should all agree that we must secure the border first, close the drug alleys, give Arizona and Texas back their lands, now controlled by some of the worst people in the world – what else do you call those involved in human trafficking? They are on our soil every day — soil where you cannot safely be. Soil that produces nothing for Americans. Soil that destroys lives, takes lives.
Visit Independent Sentinel and see where your state stands in this war. Doesn’t it make you madder than hell that “illegal alien gangs” commit the majority of crimes in the U.S.?
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