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    INVASION: One-third of Guatemalans want to move to America… and Dems are trying to ma

    INVASION: One-third of Guatemalans want to move to America… and Dems are trying to make it happen as soon as possible

    Sunday, May 12, 2019 by: JD Heyes
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    (Natural News) Most Americans, especially those who have traveled abroad, agree that America is the greatest place on earth to live, raise a family, and — with some work, education, and dedication — live a good and prosperous life.

    But they also understand that as big and as wealthy as the United States has become, we cannot take on all of the world’s needy. We don’t have the space, we don’t have the money, and our people don’t have the tolerance for it.
    And yet, increasingly, the Democrat Party backs open borders and the importation of as much of the poor, needy, Third World as possible, because a) they see the mass migration of the world’s poor to the U.S. as an endless stream of favorable voters; b) mass migration is politically destabilizing, which is something the party wants; and c) more poor people mean more people for Democrats to ‘rule’ over.
    That’s why the results of a recent survey were music to the ears of “open-border” Democrats or, at least, those in elected office, because of the opportunity it presents.
    As reported by Conservative Review:
    According to a recent survey of Guatemalans conducted by the Association for Research and Social Studies and Barometro de las Americas, 39.2 percent of Guatemalans would like to migrate, 85 percent of them to the United States. Which means that roughly 5.6 million Guatemalans would like to come here, not including the close to one million who already came here in recent years.
    The Daily Caller noted that, according to the survey, nearly 6-in-10 (58 percent) of the nearly 1,600 respondents claimed they already had a relative living in the U.S.
    The survey was originally published on a news site called Prensa Libre. The article, according to TheDC, noted that family reunification and “lack of employment and poverty” are why most Guatemalans want to come to the United States. And of course, the Guatemalan government isn’t going to do much to stop them because the government would love to export its poverty to some other country, but the U.S. in particular because migrants who find work here can send money back to their relatives in Guatemala.
    Conservative Review says that many on the Left claim our immigration laws are “broken” and as such that’s why there is so much illegal immigration; it’s not possible to get into America legally through a system that no longer functions, right?
    Where are Democrats in the House?

    Except that the more people who are allowed into the country without going through the proper immigration channels, the more people who come looking for the same pathway in, not fewer. (Related: Border INVASION of America happening right now, yet even GOP lawmakers vote against national defense… are they insane?)
    So that theory is bunk.
    “If anything, it is clear that the liberal premise is contrary to the reality – that the more we hand over the keys to immigration to a particular area, the more people will come through all available channels – both legal and illegal – to join their friends, families, and communities,” writes Daniel Horowitz for Conservative Review.
    Since Democrats took over the House in November and since being sworn in earlier this year, they have shown no inclination whatsoever to work with Republicans and the president to shore up border security with new walls, provide additional resources to border enforcement agencies trying to cope with the current crush of mostly Central American migrants, or reform asylum and other laws that make it harder to enter the U.S. illegally and remain.
    Instead, House Democrats are spending their time harassing the president and his family while passing little in the way of useful legislation that would actually help our country.
    Given the ongoing border crisis and Democrats’ unwillingness to help resolve it, that should prove without any doubt who are their priorities.
    Hint: It’s not Mr. and Mrs. America.

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    Militias taking matters in their own hands, now patrolling U.S.-Mexico border

    Read more about Democrats’ push for an invasion of migrants and open borders at InvasionUSA.news and OpenBorders.news.

    Sources include:
    ConservativeReview.com
    DailyCaller.com
    TheNationalSentinel.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbornesapper07 View Post

    “If anything, it is clear that the liberal premise is contrary to the reality – that the more we hand over the keys to immigration to a particular area, the more people will come through all available channels – both legal and illegal – to join their friends, families, and communities,” writes Daniel Horowitz for Conservative Review.

    Shame on Natural news website for printing one paragraph of what Daniel Horowitz wrote and trying to claim he was blaming the Democrats. The exact opposite is true. Below is what he really said and he is holding this administration responsible.



    If anything, it is clear that the liberal premise is contrary to the reality – that the more we hand over the keys to immigration to a particular area, the more people will come through all available channels – both legal and illegal – to join their friends, families, and communities.


    Now, in addition to legal immigrant chain migration, we are incurring illegal immigrant chain migration from Central America, whereby illegal aliens who are already here are “sponsoring” Central American teens in their families to be smuggled here by the cartels and resettled as “unaccompanied” refugees to live with families who themselves are supposed to be deported.


    The bottom line is that unless the administration begins shutting off all migration requests at the border, the record numbers we are seeing every month with take years to abate. If the same percentage of people who would like to come here from Guatemala hold that view in El Salvador and Honduras, that would be roughly 10.7 million people ready to march north under the right circumstances.

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    Natural News is a brainwashing Trump propaganda website, and now they are outright lying about what Daniel Horowitz said. They want to continue with their brainwashing Trump propaganda, and not point out that Trump is not doing his job as President and CIC in stopping this invasion. That he is aiding this invasion the same as the Democrats.
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    Survey: One-third of Guatemala’s population would like to come to the US

    Daniel Horowitz ·May 6, 2019


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    How much is too much when it comes to illegal immigration, or even legal immigration? At what point do we finally return to the universal principle expressed by Calvin Coolidge in 1925 that “our Government owes its first duty to our own people”? Well, unless the DHS finally slams the door shut, it appears that Central America is a bottomless well waiting to be emptied out into our country, primarily through dangerous smuggling over our land border.
    According to a recent survey of Guatemalans conducted by the Association for Research and Social Studies and Barometro de las Americas, 39.2 percent of Guatemalans would like to migrate, 85 percent of them to the United States. Which means that roughly 5.6 million Guatemalans would like to come here, not including the close to one million who already came here in recent years. The survey was reported in a local Guatemala City paper, Prensa Libre, and was picked up by the Daily Caller.
    According to the survey, taken of 1,596 Guatemalans and published last Thursday, 58 percent of respondents said they had relatives in the United States. As the Prensa Libre article notes, family reunification and “lack of employment and poverty” are why they desire to come here. It’s self-evident that this has nothing to do with asylum and everything to do with economic reasons. Liberals and many faux conservative supporters of amnesty defend illegal immigration as a natural consequence of a “broken” legal immigration system, where it is impossible to come here legally. The problem with that assertion is that the period of illegal immigration has overlapped with the most protracted period of legal immigration expansion and has originated from the countries that have had a monopoly on our legal immigration. According to Pew, 50 percent of all immigrants since 1965 have come from Latin America, the primary source of illegal immigration. Specific to Central America, before the recent surge, “the number of immigrants from Central America) has grown 28-fold since 1970, from 118,000 to nearly 3.3 million in 2018 — six times faster than the overall immigrant population,” according to the Center for Immigration Studies. In fact, 18 percent of El Salvador’s population is already here, if you add the immigrant population in America to those remaining in their home country.
    If anything, it is clear that the liberal premise is contrary to the reality – that the more we hand over the keys to immigration to a particular area, the more people will come through all available channels – both legal and illegal – to join their friends, families, and communities.
    Now, in addition to legal immigrant chain migration, we are incurring illegal immigrant chain migration from Central America, whereby illegal aliens who are already here are “sponsoring” Central American teens in their families to be smuggled here by the cartels and resettled as “unaccompanied” refugees to live with families who themselves are supposed to be deported.
    The bottom line is that unless the administration begins shutting off all migration requests at the border, the record numbers we are seeing every month with take years to abate. If the same percentage of people who would like to come here from Guatemala hold that view in El Salvador and Honduras, that would be roughly 10.7 million people ready to march north under the right circumstances.
    Has anyone given any consideration to the cost of such a migration, much less the cultural, social, and security problems inherent with it? At a $140,000-$150,000 price-tag per migrant, using the input and methodology of the Center for Immigration Studies’ Steven Camarota to calculate the cost of illegal aliens to the American taxpayer, that would work out to be $1.5 trillion for the net fiscal cost of such a flow.
    And those are just the top three countries of origin of those coming here illegally today. Migration from Nicaragua is already picking up. Is that the next shoe to drop? A number of people are coming from Cuba and Haiti in the organized caravans. Then there are numerous individuals from African countries and even the Middle East as well.
    The question for the open-borders crowd is, if we have an obligation to accept any economic migrant at our border, our laws notwithstanding, shouldn’t we have a moral obligation to land boats in 100 or so countries and bring in anyone who desires to come? At least in that case, we’d cut out the cartels and smugglers and deny them the revenue to propagate evil.
    Or, of course, we can preserve America as a beacon of light with responsible levels of lawful immigration that work, first and foremost, for those already here.

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    I have notified Daniel Horowitz about the Natural News using his info and taking it out of context and twisting it into the opposite to promote their Trump propaganda. I hope anyone who cares about getting the truth out and stopping this invasion will do the same.

    Here is contact info for Daniel Horowitz
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    Video: Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America

    David Horowitz exposes the Left's war against Christianity -- and against America and its founding principles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbornesapper07 View Post
    Video: Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America

    David Horowitz exposes the Left's war against Christianity -- and against America and its founding principles.



    David Horowitz is not the same person as Daniel Horowitz who is being discussed in this thread.
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    Here is an example of a Daniel Horowitz article


    Why isn’t Trump using the most obvious and effective executive actions for the border?

    Daniel Horowitz · February 15, 2019
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    The goal is to stop illegal immigration and the cartels, not to build partial fencing as an end in itself. Like many solutions to life’s problems, fencing is extremely helpful as part of a broader solution, but almost meaningless if we ignore the cause of this crisis and downright moot if we make that cause worse. This is the key to understanding the border emergency declaration mixed with signing this awful omnibus-amnesty bill.


    The president is right. We have a national emergency. The amnesty provision in the bill he is signing is the national emergency. In fact, it is an international emergency that will spawn the worst global human trafficking crisis ever seen and make the American people pay for it in both money and security. It openly invites any illegal alien to contract with cartels to smuggle in more illegal teenagers and children and then obtain amnesty merely by association with the teenager or child. The power of avoiding deportation, as I mentioned yesterday, will be such an incentive that it will create an entire market for the cartel smuggling, even worse than the current crisis.

    Today, Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the border is not designed to actually deal with the real emergency at the border and finally stop illegal immigration and combat the cartels. It is designed to distract his base from the betrayal of signing this amnesty bill and focus on his partial, watered-down strategic fencing, when this issue has long become much more severe than a lack of fencing in some areas.


    Signing this bill pours gasoline on the emergency, and the emergency declaration is a non-sequitur to that very problem he is asserting.

    Trump is right that there is an emergency at our border unlike any other period of illegal immigration in this country. It is an emergency that largely began during his own presidency, long after he made a border wall the focal point of his enforcement agenda. The challenge at the border thanks to the courts has changed. The emergency is not the lack of fencing. The emergency is our own policies, policies that this administration has reluctantly continued and has no road map to ending. I’ve written six reasons why this border invasion is quantitatively and qualitatively worse than before, but here is a quick summary:



    • Unlike past waves of Mexican migration, where hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants were immediately returned, the Central American immigrants have been treated as de facto refugees and asylees and released into our nation at huge cost to our communities.
    • Because the Central American wave is driven by lawfare, they surrender to Border Patrol rather than trying to sneak in.
    • Once the cartels know the migrants want to surrender to agents, they are now shoving hundreds of them at once at the border agents. Worse, what is fueling this wave of migration is the DACA amnesty Trump is continuing, plus the court rulings that establish a rule that if you come with a child or if you are a teenager, you are essentially not an illegal alien and you get to stay. We’ve had over 60 waves of these large groups in just the first four months of this fiscal year, something we’ve never experienced before. This places a strain on the agents that has never happened before and essentially shuts down the Border Patrol as a deterrent to the cartels.
    • While the agents are busy serving as a bed and breakfast and transportation hubs, that is when the cartels are bringing in their criminals, drugs, and more importantly, as DEA Special Agent Robert Murphy told me, the drug producers and traffickers who actually make and move the product.

    This is a very simple case for Trump to make to the American people, because the data, evidence, and anecdotes all back this up. The problem is that the policy solutions that should be dictated by his declaration should address the cause of this crisis, not just building a small area of fencing with a few billion dollars. And Trump’s signing of a bill that openly invites all illegal aliens in this country to sponsor more children to come here illegally is the biggest emergency of all.


    The reason why a border wall works in Israel is because infiltrators don’t want to meet an Israeli soldier. They will be prosecuted, at bare minimum. Thus, a border wall is enough of a deterrent because of the likelihood that the crosser will get caught in the process of traversing the barrier. This is the same reason why the fences in Yuma worked back when we had the Mexican migrants who were either turned back or prosecuted. The illegal aliens did not want to get confronted by agents; they wanted to sneak into the country. It’s impossible to sneak in when climbing a tall fence; thus, the fencing worked.


    That is no longer the case, since we’ve invited in everyone in the world to come as teenagers or with teenagers and young kids. They want nothing more than to surrender to agents from on top of the fence. They are coming from all over the world. There are now caravans from Venezuela waiting to come. They will just come to points of entry or climb the fence, as they are doing every day, including over the 18-foot bollards in Yuma that once worked to deter the traditional illegal immigrants from Mexico. As Yuma County Sheriff Leon Wilmot, said on my podcast earlier this month, “You have to have all elements of enforcement to have an effect.” He lamented how his deputies are taking kids to the hospital after they are dropped over the 18-foot fence and this administration refuses to prosecute the parents because of political concerns “like we would prosecute any American parent for engaging in such criminal behavior.”


    Who will pay for the effects of this bill Trump is supporting? Former ICE Director Thomas Homan warned in an interview with CR, “This section of law will cause a surge of UACs who will be smuggled by criminal organizations that have been bankrolled by this legislation. More children will be abused and more M-S 13 members will enter and their smugglers in the U.S. [will be] protected.” The MS-13 problem is exclusively because of the UAC loophole that is being expanded, not fixed, in this bill.

    Which brings us back to Trump’s emergency declaration.


    When a sick patient comes into a hospital, the urgent job of emergency room personnel is to triage, try to stop the bleeding, then treat the illness or wound. The final step is to inoculate the patient from future bouts of illness. The fence, in this case, is not the emergency element; it is the inoculation. The emergency need is to disregard illegal nationwide court injunctions and follow the president’s unquestionable 212(f) and Article II powers to shut down cross-border migration. It’s an emergency need to end the asylum and UAC and Flores nonsense. It’s an emergency need to stop sanctuary cities. It’s an emergency need to have a military buildup and actually treat the cartels like a defense issue tactically.


    Once we do all of that, then, frankly, we won’t even need a fence, because the flow will be shut down. Nonetheless, it’s important to eventually build one, so that if a future Democrat president renews all the invitations to come here illegally, at least there is a wall to slow them down. But that is not the urgent resuscitation; it is the long-term inoculation. If Trump is going to expend such political capital on executive action, why not take that action and direct it towards what is actually causing the emergency and what would solve it? How about we stop violating the Constitution by handing out American Social Security numbers to Obama’s illegally amnestied aliens? Why won’t Trump end Obama’s amnesty, and why is he continuing it even longer than the court asked?
    This is the real problem with the executive action. We can make a strong case that the border situation is the biggest emergency we have had in years. But the actions of signing this amnesty bill, with no legitimate border security provisions, and then declaring an emergency just to reprogram a couple billion in DOD funding for a campaign promise, without simply using Article II powers to directly shut off the illegal immigration fueling all of this, drastically undermines the case.
    If this is indeed an emergency, which I believe it is, Trump needs to demonstrate it holistically. It’s better policy and better politics.

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