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    Immigration Expert Jessica Vaughan: Four Ways Trump Can Solve Migrant Caravan Crisis

    Immigration Expert Jessica Vaughan: Four Ways Trump Can Solve Migrant Caravan Crisis



    October 21, 2018

    Robert Kraychik

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    Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, offered four recommendations to President Donald Trump and his administration on how to solve the border crisis caused by the stream of migrant caravans seeking entry into the U.S. via Mexico.


    Vaughan offered her remarks in a Friday interview with Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.

    LISTEN: (Lots of discussion - 22 Minutes)


    https://soundcloud.com/breitbart/bre...ctober-19-2018


    1 – Close the Border

    Vaughan said the executive branch “needs to do something in the short-term,” including consideration of shutting down crossings through the U.S.-Mexico border.


    Vaughan stated, “If it gets to the point where [caravan migrants] get to the U.S. border in a group like that, which they may not, they could be broken up. Some of them are going to get to the U.S. border, for sure, because there’s just no way Mexico is going to find all those people who busted through that fence … and they may not come as a caravan, they’ll just try to cross illegally.”


    Vaughan recalled how the U.S. essentially shut down the southern border in 1985 after Mexican drug cartel criminals murdered Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent.

    Vaughan remarked, “But if they come as a group we could shut down a border crossing or shut down a part of the border. It’s been done before in order to shut down drug trafficking and make a statement. When a DEA agent was killed in Mexico, we shut down the order to make a statement. … It could be done. … That might be what it comes to, and I don’t think Mexico wants to see that.”


    2 – Refuse Bogus Asylum Claims

    Mansour noted the economic reasons for caravaning migrants seeking entry to the U.S.: “The media is not even trying to pretend that these people are fleeing for anything other than economic reasons.”

    News media outlets such as the New York Times and Washington Post have described caravaning migrants’ motivations for seeking entry to the U.S. as economic.

    Vaughan described the openly stated economic motivations of the caravaning migrants as “[making] it harder to justify allowing these people to set foot in the United States.”

    Vaughan recalled how left-wing lawyers had previously coached foreignersproviding them specific scripts to recite before border security and immigration officials — on how best to enter America via existing refugee and asylum laws and policies.


    Left-wing lawyers have also previously provided pro bono legal servicesto asylum claimants who had entered U.S. territory.

    Vaughan said, “Back on the open borders crowd, I don’t think this open admission that this is economic migration is going to stop the left from trying to rationalize their wish for us to let them all in, and they want a scene at the border where the U.S. government looks like they’re being brutal and mean to desperate migrants. They think that works for them.”

    Vaughan continued, “I disagree that that’s how it plays out with American voters, but they still think this is something we should just give in to, and I think they’re still going to try to justify it in their minds and make the case, just like they did with the whole family separation issue.”

    Vaughan concluded, “The president is going to have to do what is necessary, and not worry about what the New York Times thinks.”


    3 – Refuse Entry to Migrants and Send Them Home

    Vaughan said, “I think that the caravan itself is going to be broken up, but many of the people in it are going to make their way up to the order and try to get across, and many of them are going to succeed. “

    Vaughan continued, “If they come in a big group like that, they could well shut down the border, but I have a feeling that we’re going to see it break up and people end up getting through individually, anyway, unless the president takes more bold steps to say, ‘Look, I’m stopping this. These people aren’t getting through. We’re not accepting their asylum claims, because they’re bogus.'”


    Vaughan added, “[Trump must] actually send them back. That’s what it’s going to take to avoid having more of these caravans. These are not credible fear claims that are credible.

    They don’t meet the standard of the law, and therefore they’re going home and we’re not even going to allow them in as others have. It’s over. That’s what it’s going to take.”



    Vaughan advised Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen against reliance on Congressional passage of legislation to assist DHS’s mandate to secure the homeland.

    “The executive branch needs to do something in the short-term,” declared Vaughan.

    “Can troops be sent down there to protect the border?” asked Mansour.


    Vaughan replied, “Most people believe that they can only be used to support immigration officers like the border patrol [and] that they can’t be used to actually make immigration arrests, but there is a provision in the law that allows the Secretary of Homeland Security to deputize state and local law enforcement to assist with border security, so that’s a possibility, if it gets out hand.”


    Vaughan added, “I could see Texas wanting to provide support to the border patrol. They do that already at the expense of Texas. I think there will be reinforcements who arrive if it looks like another scene like we just saw play out in Mexico.”


    4 – Mandate Asylum Claims be Made in Consulates or Embassies in Home Countries, Not U.S. Ports of Entry

    Both Vaughan and Mansour said migrants seeking asylum should file their claims at consulates or embassies within their own countries, not at U.S. ports of entry.


    “The administration basically has to say — I don’t know if they can do this — but make a ruling saying, ‘If you want to request asylum, you need to request it at the embassy in your country,'” said Mansour, asking, “Why don’t they just request it at the consulate or embassy and not even come here?”


    Vaughan agreed, adding, “Exactly, and it would still be fair. We could still accept any bona fide cases, but we don’t have them crashing the border, and we don’t have this this farce kangaroo court immigration process.”


    Vaughan also recommended denying the caravaning migrants entry to the U.S. and having them wait in Mexico while federal authorities process their anticipated asylum claims.


    Illegal aliens often fail to appear before immigration judges once admitted to the U.S. and issued a court date.


    Vaughan highlighted Mexico’s negligence in allowing migrants — many of whom are seeking passage to the U.S. — to illegally enter its territorythrough its southern border.


    Vaughan said of Mexican authorities: “When they want to enforce their immigration laws, they do it pretty strictly with behavior that would never be tolerated against Mexicans in the United States.”


    Mexican authorities could intercept migrants seeking entry to the U.S. on a transnational train nicknamed, “The Beast.”


    “These people are going to be headed for The Beast, that train that heads up through Mexico to the U.S. border,” said Vaughan, “They can stop it there. They can stop a lot of people there.”

    “Border crashers” cannot be considered “peaceful asylum seekers,” added Vaughan.

    Asylum claims from migrants seeking entry to the U.S. via Mexico should not be considered unless their asylum requests are submitted at consulates or embassies in their home countries or in Mexico, said Vaughan.

    In April, Vaughan said, “we have to be firm. We can also tell people that they can apply for asylum in our consulate in Tijuana. We have a branch of the U.S. embassy there and they could wait there while their claim is adjudicated. We can take a couple of weeks to hear their case from our consulate in Tijuana, or Mexico City or anywhere else in the country of Mexico; save them a long journey.”


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    https://www.breitbart.com/radio/2018...aravan-crisis/
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    (Few Notes. More at link.)

    Per Jessica:

    Mexico doesn't care if these people are going to the United States.

    This is a public relations disaster for Mexico.

    This will be an ugly image if they get to our border.

    ********

    A comment from Rebecca - Mexico's statement was that the migrant is the priority.

    For years Mexico didn't care about caravans coming to U.S.

    Now the spotlight is on them.

    Mexico asked for help from U.N.

    Laughter as they talk about the tough people in blue helmets from the U.N. coming to help Mexico.

    **********

    Rebecca says the Cartels make so much money.

    Cartels control the politicians.

    Bad optics for Mexico, they look like a banana republic.

    Media does not pretend it is for anything other than economics.

    Interviews with migrants where they admit it.

    A couple of guys want to go to Atlanta to work with their brother.

    Jessica - It appears they haven't had their "what to say" for asylum briefing yet like last time when lawyers and others gave instructions on what to say.


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    Add #6. Get to the root of pro-immigration lobbying!

    The purpose of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (and similar legislation passed in other countries) is to curtail foreign influence on our own government officials. This is supposed to be done only through proper channels. This is international diplomatic protocol---where we don't covertly meddle in other countries domestic policies, and they are not supposed to covertly meddle in ours.

    The US Department of Justice is responsible for enforcing this Act, but so far it has only been stepped up in a limited number of cases, such as this against Paul Manafort:
    The Justice Department has considerably stepped up enforcement of FARA in recent years—something that has become clear to lobbyists and public relations firms in the United States as well as foreign governments and political parties that hire them. As chief of the Justice Department’s Counterintelligence and Export Section from late 2014 to early 2018, I was responsible for overseeing enforcement of FARA. One of my top priorities was to strengthen that enforcement effort and to make more transparent how the Justice Department evaluates whether a party has an obligation to register. There is heightened risk for companies and individuals who evade their registration and disclosure obligations, and more plentiful information is available from the government about how FARA applies and how to effect compliance.
    The most acute manifestation of increased enforcement is the assortment of FARA-related criminal prosecutions by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, all of which were approved by the Justice Department. In addition to Manafort’s guilty plea entered Friday, the special counsel’s office has obtained a guilty plea from Manafort’s former business associate Richard (Rick) Gates for conspiring to violate FARA; and it has indicted the Russian Internet Research Agency and multiple Russian nationals for conspiracy to violate FARA. When former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the FBI regarding his contacts with former Russian ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak, Flynn also admitted that he made materially false statements and omissions in documents he filed with the Justice Department pursuant to FARA regarding a project performed by him and his company, the Flynn Intel Group, for the principal benefit of the government of Turkey. Washington lobbyist Sam Patten pleaded guilty in August to violating FARA by failing to register in connection with lobbying and political consulting services on behalf of the Opposition Bloc, the Ukrainian political party referenced in the Manafort cases. And the Justice Department obtained another FARA conviction in May, in the case ofUnited States v. Chaudhry, for failure to register in connection with political activities on behalf of the government of Pakistan, including efforts to influence views by various U.S. think tanks regarding U.S.-Pakistani relations.
    (
    https://www.lawfareblog.com/paul-manafort-guilty-plea-highlights-increased-enforcement-foreign-agents-registration-act)

    This should be invoked against grassroots lobbying by organizations for illegals. They are using a storm-the-gates tactic, but directly at decision makers.

    Apparently Chinese media has been another new target:
    One of FARA’s most recent take-downs was former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was charged and pled guilty to a number of FARA-related violations, including his failure to register as a foreign agent for his work on behalf of the Ukrainian government.

    Russia’s RT news organization was also compelled to register under FARA last year, which helped turn attention to Xinhua and CGTN. In January a bipartisan group of senators, including Marco Rubio and Patrick Leahy, issued a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions lobbying for the two Chinese news organizations to be included under the act.
    In the letter, the senators wrote that Russia and China exploit a “glaring asymmetry” between the political systems of their home countries and that of the U.S., erecting “barriers to external political and cultural influence at home while simultaneously taking advantage of the openness of democratic systems abroad.”
    (http://fortune.com/2018/09/19/china-...-agents-nazis/)
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    4 – Mandate Asylum Claims be Made in Consulates or Embassies in Home Countries, Not U.S. Ports of Entry
    I don't think we want these radical socialist violent criminals storming our Consulates and Embassies.

    Remember US Embassy in Tehran, Iran?

    Remember US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya?

    Remember, Bombing of Marine Barracks at the US Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon?

    No, do not send these thugs to our Consulates and Embassies. Just tell them, no more asylum claims because we have a 5 to 7 year back-log, so "we're closed." Period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaPeach View Post
    Per Jessica:

    Mexico doesn't care if these people are going to the United States.

    This is a public relations disaster for Mexico.

    This will be an ugly image if they get to our border.

    ********

    A comment from Rebecca - Mexico's statement was that the migrant is the priority.

    For years Mexico didn't care about caravans coming to U.S.

    Now the spotlight is on them.

    Mexico asked for help from U.N.

    Laughter as they talk about the tough people in blue helmets from the U.N. coming to help Mexico.

    **********

    Rebecca says the Cartels make so much money.

    Cartels control the politicians.

    Bad optics for Mexico, they look like a banana republic.

    Media does not pretend it is for anything other than economics.

    Interviews with migrants admit it.

    A couple of guys want to go to Atlanta to work with their brother.
    The cartels control everything related to illegal immigration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captainron View Post
    Add #6. Get to the root of pro-immigration lobbying!

    The purpose of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (and similar legislation passed in other countries) is to curtail foreign influence on our own government officials. This is supposed to be done only through proper channels. This is international diplomatic protocol---where we don't covertly meddle in other countries domestic policies, and they are not supposed to covertly meddle in ours.

    The US Department of Justice is responsible for enforcing this Act, but so far it has only been stepped up in a limited number of cases, such as this against Paul Manafort:
    The Justice Department has considerably stepped up enforcement of FARA in recent years—something that has become clear to lobbyists and public relations firms in the United States as well as foreign governments and political parties that hire them. As chief of the Justice Department’s Counterintelligence and Export Section from late 2014 to early 2018, I was responsible for overseeing enforcement of FARA. One of my top priorities was to strengthen that enforcement effort and to make more transparent how the Justice Department evaluates whether a party has an obligation to register. There is heightened risk for companies and individuals who evade their registration and disclosure obligations, and more plentiful information is available from the government about how FARA applies and how to effect compliance.
    The most acute manifestation of increased enforcement is the assortment of FARA-related criminal prosecutions by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, all of which were approved by the Justice Department. In addition to Manafort’s guilty plea entered Friday, the special counsel’s office has obtained a guilty plea from Manafort’s former business associate Richard (Rick) Gates for conspiring to violate FARA; and it has indicted the Russian Internet Research Agency and multiple Russian nationals for conspiracy to violate FARA. When former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the FBI regarding his contacts with former Russian ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak, Flynn also admitted that he made materially false statements and omissions in documents he filed with the Justice Department pursuant to FARA regarding a project performed by him and his company, the Flynn Intel Group, for the principal benefit of the government of Turkey. Washington lobbyist Sam Patten pleaded guilty in August to violating FARA by failing to register in connection with lobbying and political consulting services on behalf of the Opposition Bloc, the Ukrainian political party referenced in the Manafort cases. And the Justice Department obtained another FARA conviction in May, in the case ofUnited States v. Chaudhry, for failure to register in connection with political activities on behalf of the government of Pakistan, including efforts to influence views by various U.S. think tanks regarding U.S.-Pakistani relations.
    (
    https://www.lawfareblog.com/paul-manafort-guilty-plea-highlights-increased-enforcement-foreign-agents-registration-act)

    This should be invoked against grassroots lobbying by organizations for illegals. They are using a storm-the-gates tactic, but directly at decision makers.

    Apparently Chinese media has been another new target:
    One of FARA’s most recent take-downs was former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was charged and pled guilty to a number of FARA-related violations, including his failure to register as a foreign agent for his work on behalf of the Ukrainian government.

    Russia’s RT news organization was also compelled to register under FARA last year, which helped turn attention to Xinhua and CGTN. In January a bipartisan group of senators, including Marco Rubio and Patrick Leahy, issued a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions lobbying for the two Chinese news organizations to be included under the act.
    In the letter, the senators wrote that Russia and China exploit a “glaring asymmetry” between the political systems of their home countries and that of the U.S., erecting “barriers to external political and cultural influence at home while simultaneously taking advantage of the openness of democratic systems abroad.”
    (http://fortune.com/2018/09/19/china-...-agents-nazis/)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    The cartels control everything related to illegal immigration.
    They have tons of money to pass around, tons of money to make from drugs, smuggling, etc. Add in the threats of death, etc. They have tremendous power.

    George Soros has fistfuls of money, too, to toss around to countless numbers of groups to break down America through unrest and the invasion by foreign citizens through immigration. The immigrant and refugee rights groups are backing this caravan invasion as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaPeach View Post
    They have tons of money to pass around, tons of money to make from drugs, smuggling, etc. Add in the threats of death, etc. They have tremendous power.

    George Soros has fistfuls of money, too, to toss around to countless numbers of groups to break down America through unrest and the invasion by foreign citizens through immigration. The immigrant and refugee rights groups are backing this caravan invasion as well.
    Soros represents the cartels in his hedge funds, he launders their money for them. It's trillions after all these years. It's $300 billion a year, tax-free. It's $3 trillion every 10 years before earnings, interest, dividends, returns, etc.
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