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    Top senator: Mexico controls the border, 'we're the chumps'

    Top senator: Mexico controls the border, 'we're the chumps'

    by Paul Bedard
    | April 29, 2019 07:39 AM

    Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the committee that oversees homeland security, has just returned from a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border where he didn’t like what he saw.

    A human crisis? Not really, said the Republican Wisconsin senator. “There is no humanitarian crisis,” he said.
    U.S. Border Patrol chaos? No again. “We’ve learned, and have become pretty efficient, it’s still overwhelming, but we’re pretty darn efficient,” he said, complimenting officers that deal with thousands of illegal immigrants weekly. In fact, on the U.S. side of the border, he said, “nothing really shocked me.”

    It’s across the Rio Grande in Mexico that has his attention. That, he said, is where control of the border lies.
    “We do have control of the border, on the Mexican side. It’s completely controlled by the drug cartels, the human trafficking cartels, the Mexican police, everybody gets their cut. Nobody, nobody comes into America without paying the fee,” he told Secrets.

    Worse, he added, the Mexicans have figured out U.S. legal loopholes in immigration law to turn border officials into their helpers. “They are almost subcontracting that out for free,” said the two-term chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

    Johnson has been front and center in the debate over U.S. immigration policy, holding several recent hearings that have helped to change the pro-immigration view of his Senate Democratic colleagues. “I’ve seen a sea change” in the Democratic attitude, he said.

    His new efforts on the issue came after he returned from a visit to the El Paso, Texas, border station where he saw how both sides have turned the illegal immigration crisis into an assembly line process. And he wants to end that.

    “What I’ve been trying to convey, because I think the American people don’t fully understand this, is how effectively the human traffickers, some of the most evil people on the planet, how they are making hundreds of millions of dollars on this, how effectively they are exploiting our laws, using Border Patrol and ICE as part of the process in their conduit,” said Johnson, who approaches the issue with his matter-of-fact businessman’s style.

    Johnson is hopeful of granting border officials more authority to make faster judgments on asylum claims so that undocumented immigrants aren’t released into the country — rarely returning for deportation hearings.
    “The solution,” he said “is removal.” He said that if enough immigrants, some who pay $10,000 each, are sent home, fewer will try to get in.

    That, he added, is more effective than a wall. “Not a wall, unfortunately that was not helpful, was too easily ridiculed and, by the way, is not the solution. It doesn't fix this problem,” he said.

    The reason, he explained, is that the cartels are using loose immigration and asylum laws to send undocumented immigrants to the “front of the line” right through border gates.

    “They don’t have to walk very far. The human traffickers, at least they are nice this way, they transport them up to right across the Border Patrol station in El Paso,” he said. “When the Border Patrol picks them up, no questions asked. They may just out of curiosity. But they immediately go through processing. Again, the system is so overwhelming that they are just moving people through,” he added.

    His goal is to shift the debate’s political and media focus on walls and caged children to the sinister cartels and ways to help border officials act with authority to end the trafficking.

    “We need to change the narrative in the press,” he said. “We need to change that narrative to the evil people, the true evil people in this equation, which are the human traffickers, and let’s paint the picture that we’re the chumps that are helping these human traffickers put hundreds of millions of dollars in their pocket because we’re too stupid to change the law and actually enforce what we should be enforcing so this doesn’t happen,” he added.

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    “The solution,” he said “is removal.” He said that if enough immigrants, some who pay $10,000 each, are sent home, fewer will try to get in.
    Of course sending them back to their own home countries has to be part of any plan. That is common sense. We also must start rounding up more of those already here and start deporting them too! Oh, and I'm NOT talking about 20 here or 10 there.




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    Of course sending them back to their own home countries has to be part of any plan. That is common sense. We also must start rounding up more of those already here and start deporting them too! Oh, and I'm NOT talking about 20 here or 10 there.



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    ....People are fleeing New York State because of high taxes and yes, even oppression of sorts. They didnít even put up a fight against SALT - could have won. So much litigation. The NRA should leave and fight from the outside of this very difficult to deal with (unfair) State!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoptheinvaders View Post
    Trump thinks the NRA should just leave New York, does he also think the citizens of this country should just leave and give it to the invaders?


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    ....People are fleeing New York State because of high taxes and yes, even oppression of sorts. They didnít even put up a fight against SALT - could have won. So much litigation. The NRA should leave and fight from the outside of this very difficult to deal with (unfair) State!

    I guess Trump's easy solution to a problem is to run away from it. I believe most Americans prefer to stand and fight for what they believe in and cherish! To bad illegals and 'fake' asylum claimants don't feel the same way too. Those folks need to work on improving their own country instead of tucking their tail between their legs and running here.
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    Very contradictory of Sen. Ron Johnson to talk all tough about sending fake asylum seeker illegal aliens home through "removal" when he recently voted to weaken interior enforcement of our immigration laws!

    Senator Ron Johnson voted for the secretive budget bill Trump signed into law Feb 15, 2019 which increased low wage H2b visa levels while providing Amnesty for the UAC's (Unaccompanied illegal minors) currently flooding our southern border.

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    It's two faced, double dealing, trash talking Senators like Ron Johnson who are responsible for this border disaster because of his vote YES on Amnesty H.J.Res. 31
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    Trump Fraud on Immigration Issues Handing Permanent Power to Democrats


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