Don’t live in a border state? Unconcerned about illegal immigration?
You might want to take a look at map provided by Numbers USA to see if the Federal Government is about to make illegal immigration your problem.
In response to the #BorderCrisis, the Obama Administration is working overtime to move tens of thousands of illegal immigrants to communities all over the United states. The map below indicates states where illegals have been successfully dropped, successfully blocked, and where they will likely be dropped in the future.
According to its website,
NumbersUSA is daily updating this interactive map to show which communities are under threat of the federal government moving large numbers of illegal aliens there from the border.
Last week, White House press secretary Josh Earnest emphasized that
the administration is committed to abiding by the law in dealing with the minors…each will have a chance to make a case for legal protections in immigration court.
What law you ask? Under the 2008 anti-human-trafficking law signed by President George W. Bush, unaccompanied minors who cross the border illegally from a country other than Canada or Mexico are afforded greater legal protections.
Essentially, the illegal children are processed, usually placed in the care of relatives until a hearing is scheduled for which an estimated 90% of children never return.
How does President Obama propose we address #BorderCrisis? Obama would like to throw more money at a broken system. $4Billion to be exact. That’s billion with a B of tax payer dollars to hire more Feds, to process more illegals who do not show up for a hearing, more quickly.
Yep, that ought to do it.
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