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Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens?
 

Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens?

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For years, the Obama administration has been making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal ...

For years, the Obama administration has been making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal
immigrants. Border security is a joke, the federal government refuses to go after “sanctuary cities”
even though they are breaking federal law, there is a website that instructs immigrants how to sign up
for welfare programs

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    Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens? Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens? Document Transcript

    • Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens? by MICHAEL SNYDER | ECONOMIC COLLAPSE | JULY 8, 2014 For years, the Obama administration has been making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal immigrants. Border security is a joke, the federal government refuses to go after “sanctuary cities” even though they are breaking federal law, there is a website that instructs immigrants how to sign up for welfare programs once they arrive in the United States, and the Obama administration has distributed flyers that tell illegal immigrants that their immigration status will not be checked when they app ly for food stamps. And Obama has even instructed officials to use “prosecutorial discretion” in deportation cases involving non-criminals. In other words, Obama has been flashing a huge green light to illegal immigrants, and so of course our borders were going to be inundated with them. Apologists for the Obama administration will debate you all day about what Obama “intended” and what he didn’t “intend”, but there is no doubt about what message immigrants from Central America have been receiving. For example, one young mother recently told the press that she heard that if you “go to America with your child, you won’t be turned away“. And you can view video of a little boy from Central America telling an investigate reporter that he believes that Barack Obama has “given permission” for him to live in the United States right here. It isn’t an accident that our southern border is literally being flooded with illegal immigrants right now. Newspapers in El Salvador and Hondurashave been publicizing how easy illegal immigration has become, and even the President of Honduras has said that people are coming to the United States for “Obama’s amnesty”.
    • When they arrive, thousands upon thousands of these illegal immigrants are using rehearsed answers that border patrol agents are hearing over and over again. Word has spread that if illegal immigrants claim that they are “fleeing gang violence” that it is more likely that they will be allowed to stay. What we are witnessing down on the southern border is really unprecedented. It has been estimated that twelve times as many kids are crossing our borders illegally now compared to just a few years ago. And they just keep on coming. This is utter madness. Now, please don’t think that I am anti-immigrant. I am all for legal immigration. This is a nation of immigrants and we will always need immigration. But everyone should be required to come in through the front door. Encouraging illegal immigration is simply a recipe for disaster. If we keep the back door wide open, the truth is that we have absolutely no idea who is coming into our country. Do we really want countless numbers of criminals, welfare parasites, drug dealers and gang members pouring into our cities? According to the FBI, there are now approximately 1.4 million gang members living in the United States, and it has been estimated that illegal immigrants make up approximately 30 percent of the total population in federal, state and local prisons. And why in the world would we not want to control the diseases coming into this country? Over the past several weeks, it has been documented that some of the illegal immigrants that have been apprehended have scabies and tuberculosis. But instead of sending them right back out of the country, U.S. officials are setting up camps for this tsunami of illegal immigrants. In other cases, the federal government is simply putting them on buses and planes and shipping them all over the country. The illegal immigrants are released into their new communities and are given papers which order them to eventually appear in court, but of course the vast majority of them never show up. You can see a map that documents areas where the federal government has been shipping illegal immigrants right here. The rational thing to do would be to secure our borders and to send a very clear message that illegal immigration is not welcome in the United States. But instead of doing that, the Obama administration is actually bringing in a riot squad to deal with anti-immigration protesters. During normal times all of this would be crazy enough, but right now we are at a point where we cannot even take care of millions upon millions of our own citizens. We are told that illegal immigrants do the jobs “that Americans don’t want to do”, but is that really accurate? In this day and age, there is intense competition for just about any kind of a job. Despite what the mainstream media says, the truth is that there hasn’t been a significant employment recovery in the United States. As you can see from the chart posted below, the percentage of the working age population that is actually working is still far, far below where it was just prior to the last recession…
    • Yes, there has been a very slight bump in the numbers in recent months, but it is certainly no reason for celebration. When the mainstream media declares that unemployment in America has been steadily going down, they are simply being disingenuous. Right now things are only slightly better than they were during the worst times of the past several years. And according to shadowstats.com, the broadest measure of unemployment is still well over 20 percent and has been steadily rising since the end of the last recession. So no, there aren’t nearly enough jobs in the United States. And thanks to competition from immigrant labor and thanks to the fact that millions of good jobs have been shipped overseas, the quality of our jobs continues to decline as well. For much more on that trend, please see this article. Needless to say, now is not the time to open up the floodgates to millions of immigrants that will need jobs to support themselves. Many of our major cities are already so economically depressed that they look like war zones. In fact, things have gotten so bad in Detroit that a plan is being considered to bulldoze a fifth of the entire city… In May, a group ominously titled the “Detroit Blight Removal Task Force” released a report claiming that around 22 percent of the city’s properties were “blighted” – vacant, damaged or considered dangerous. They also found that, of the 84,000 properties owned by public entities, just over 5,000 were occupied by squatters, making the city of Detroit, the report’s authors noted, “a very large and inadvertent landlord”. The task force’s proposed solution is to demolish it all over the next five years and start again. Unfortunately, the plan doesn’t extend to rebuilding the properties – it’ll be down to private companies and developers to buy up the land and rebuild.
    • For much more on the decay of our major cities, please see my previous article entitled “The Death Of The Rust Belt“. Considering the fact that we are already having such a severe problem taking care of our current population, what do you think is going to happen to these waves of illegal immigrants as they attempt to settle in to communities all around the nation? Ultimately, we are going to have to end up financially supporting a very large percentage of them too. Right now, more than 20 percent of children in this country are already living in poverty, and 49 million Americans are dealing with food insecurity. If Obama continues to encourage mass illegal immigration, those numbers are going to get much worse. Government dependence is already at an all-time record high, and about half the country currently receives benefits of some sort from the federal government every month. How much more weight can we put on the “safety net” before it breaks? Just check out some more numbers about this crisis from one of my previous articles… -Ten years ago, the number of women in the U.S. that had jobs outnumbered the number of women in the U.S. on food stamps by more than a 2 to 1 margin. But now the number of women in the U.S. on food stamps actually exceeds the number of women that have jobs. -The U.S. government has spent an astounding 3.7 trillion dollars on welfare programs over the past five years. -Today, the federal government runs about 80 different “means-tested welfare programs”, and almost all of those programs have experienced substantial growth in recent years. -Back in 1960, the ratio of social welfare benefits to salaries and wages was approximately 10 percent. In the year 2000, the ratio of social welfare benefits to salaries and wages was approximately 21 percent. Today, the ratio of social welfare benefits to salaries and wages is approximately 35 percent. -While Barack Obama has been in the White House, the total number of Americans on food stamps has gone from 32 million to nearly 47 million.
    • -Back in the 1970s, about one out of every 50 Americans was on food stamps. Today, about one out of every 6.5 Americans is on food stamps. -It sounds crazy, but the number of Americans on food stamps now exceeds the entire population of the nation of Spain. -According to one calculation, the number of Americans on food stamps is now greater than the combined populations of “Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming.” -According to a report from the Center for Immigration Studies, 43 percent of all immigrants that have been in the United States for at least 20 years are still on welfare. A lot of people that are trying to immigrate here illegally just want to make a better life for themselves, and I can appreciate that. But a policy of making it incredibly difficult for honest people to come in through the front door while keeping the back door completely wide open for lawbreakers is a recipe for national suicide. And right now we don’t have jobs for these immigrants. We can’t even take care of the people that are already living here. Something desperately needs to be done about this, but I wouldn’t hold your breath waiting for Obama to make a bold move to stop illegal immigrants from pouring over the border. White House Asks $3.8 Billion For Border Children by DAVID NAKAMURA | THE WASHINGTON POST | JULY 8, 2014 The White House on Tuesday formally requested $3.7 billion from Congress in emergency funding to
    • deal with an influx of unaccompanied minors from Central America, a far higher amount than the Obama administration had previously signaled. The money would go to several federal agencies: $1.6 billion to the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security; $1.8 billion to Health and Human Services; and $300 million to the State Department, administration officials said. Funds would be allocated to send more immigration judges to the southern border, build additional detention facilities and add border patrol agents. The move is aimed at more quickly deporting the tens of thousands of women and children who have entered the country illegally across the border, most of them in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. “Today, I ask the Congress to consider the enclosed emergency supplemental appropriations request. . .to comprehensively address this urgent humanitarian situation,” President Obama said in a letter to House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio). The administration’s comprehensive strategy represents a “super-aggressive deterrence and enforcement strategy,” a senior administration official told reporters, speaking on a conference call on condition of anonymity to provide more details. Breaking down the White House’s $3.7 billion request The request also will include an additional $615 million to help the federal government fight wildfires. Administration officials had previously said that they would be requesting more than $2 billion to help stem the recent surge of women and children from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. More than 52,000 unaccompanied minors and 39,000 women with children have been apprehended on the southern border this year, far more than in past years. Obama, who will leave Washington on Tuesday evening, will visit Dallas on Wednesday and Austin on Thursday. Administration aides said he will not visit the border while in the state, but they said he will meet with local leaders to discuss the border crisis. Boehner’s office said that the House Appropriations Committee and a separate working-group of seven Republicans on border issues would review the White House’s proposal. “The speaker still supports deploying the National Guard to provide humanitarian support in the affected areas - which this proposal does not address,” said the spokesman, Michael Steel. Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.), the Appropriations Committee chairman, called the border crisis “extremely dire” and said it is “clear that additional funding will be needed to ensure the proper care of these unaccompanied children, to enforce the law, and to further secure our border so that these problems can be mitigated in the short term.” The fiscal request does not include details about other measures that the administration said last week it would pursue, according to administration officials and lawmakers. The administration has told Congress that it wants statutory changes to make it easier to return children to Central America.
    • Under anti-human-trafficking laws signed by President George W. Bush in 2008, unaccompanied minors from non- contiguous countries are afforded greater legal protections than those who arrive illegally from Mexico or Canada. They are usually placed in the care of relatives, but many do not show up for their court hearings, which are routinely delayed for more than a year because of backlogs, officials said. Democrats have balked at rolling back those protections. Late last week, 225 organizations led by the American Civil Liberties Union sent a letter to Obama warning that eliminating those safeguards could ultimately jeopardize the children’s lives. White House officials emphasized that they believe it is important for the Homeland Security Department to have more flexibility to deport the Central American children. In his letter, Obama said the administration “will continue to work with the Congress . . .to ensure that we have the legal authorities to maximize the impact of our efforts, including providing the Secretary of Homeland Security additional authority to exercise discretion in processing the return and removal of unaccompanied minor children.” Officials also said they plan to step up detention for adults traveling with children, creating a place with 6,350 bed capacity for adults and using non-detention measures to track adults who are apprehended while traveling with children. They include ankle monitors to ensure that people make it to their hearings. A Capitol Hill source had said Tuesday morning the figure would be $3.8 billion, but a fact sheet provided by the White House put the total at $3.7 billion. White House requests $3.7 billion in emergency border control funds VIDEO BELOW http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/white-house-to-seek-38-billion-for-border-control INFOWARS.COM BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR MIND