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1) Open the door? 2) let them have full access to your refrigerator? 3) Share a bedroom with a family member? 4) Would you support them financially?
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The fact that the Hispanic populace is at least as much at risk as anyone to the multiple felons who are allowed to stay in the United States is a logical step too far, apparently.
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What we had before President Trump was a security and humanitarian disaster spanning from Central America to the United States. Now, with Trump putting pressure on Mexico to control its own borders, we can similarly expect Mexican pressure on Central American governments who are cynically using emigration to get their own people out of their countries rather than solve problems.
In the long run, this would be better both for us and for our continental neighbors.
But for it to happen, it’s essential for us to keep the pressure on, and increase it. Keep detaining, keep deporting, build that wall, go after employers of illegals and plug the Anchor Baby loophole.
Keep the pressure on, and turn up the heat.
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Jun 15 17 7:32 AM
The Trump Administration’s increased enforcement of immigration law is putting two kinds of pressure on Mexico. As I’ve discussed before, Mexico is straining to re-absorb returning migrants and integrate them into society. But Mexico is also under heavy pressure to deal with Central American immigrants flooding in—because they can no longer automatically continue into the U.S
During current Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s transitional period before taking office in 2012, Mexico’s Milenio interviewed Arnulfo Valdivia, who was in charge of migratory matters in Nieto’s transitional cabinet. As I reported at the time, Valdivia shamelessly announced that the goal of the new administration was to create the necessary filters so that those who cross by the southern border [of Mexico] do not stay stranded in their attempt to cross to the United States.
But that doesn’t work if America enforces its immigration laws. Potentially millions of Central Americans could end up staying in Mexico, which is, after all, much wealthier than most Latin American countries.
To avoid that, Mexican authorities are increasingly cracking down on illegals passing through Mexico.
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