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Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Trump will end California's exploitation of Mexicans

Illegal immigration is the biggest exploitation of a people since slavery.

Many people make good money off this Fake Dream.

First, there are the coyotes who bring people to the USA illegally. They get money transporting bodies just like slave ships did.

Then there is the Mexican government, which dumps freeloaders on us -- the ones who seek a fatter government check from the gringos.

Call them soylent green because Mexico's chief export now is people.

Illegal aliens (and legal residents) send Mexico back $26 billion a year in what is euphemistically called remittances. Much of this is under-the-table money from shady employers, drug dealers, and of course, the trading of food stamps for cash.

Then there is the medical industry. The federal court's overturning of Proposition 187 nearly a quarter-century ago was a death sentence to the state of California. The middle class should have just left because the court ruled California must pick up the tab for illegal aliens.

Hospitals exploit this. Doctors too.

Schools as well. They are paid by the number of warm bodies they have.

The elites get cheap housekeeping and landscaping.

Factories and construction crews get cheap labor.

I could go on, but my point is this is a very lucrative industry that Governor Jerry Brown and all those other politicians in California protect. I am sure that a lot of money is kicked back to the politicians.

President Trump could go along to get along, but his mother was an immigrant and he knows this is wrong. Plain wrong. This exploitation must end.

"The Trump Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday night against California, saying three recently-passed state laws were deliberately interfering with federal immigration policies," Fox News reported.

"It marked the latest legal and political confrontation with the nation's most populous state, which the federal government says has repeatedly stood in the way of its plans to step up enforcement actions in the workplace and against criminal aliens."

Sessions told reporters, "The Department of Justice and the Trump Administration are going to fight these unjust, unfair, and unconstitutional policies. We are fighting to make your jobs safer and to help you reduce crime in America."

The emotional arguments about dreamers and fairness are a cynical facade for human trafficking.

Future history will not look kindly upon us. Our drug use, abortion, and exploitation of people of color from Mexico are stains on early 21st century America.

President Trump is the stain remover.

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15 comments:

  1. I was recently in El Paso, and at the Wal-Mart there were a great number of cars with Chihuahua Mexico license plates.
    If the Mexican folks can come over to shop, why not come shopping and hop a Greyhound? Why pay a coyote?

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  2. The Democrats - Slavery, Secession, and Segregation!


    -Mikey NTH

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  3. Cue Big Dan the Bible salesman, "It's all about the money, boys!" - Elric

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  4. We should tax those remittances sent to Mexico and use the money to pay for the wall. Put a 15% tax on any money wired to Mexico. It wouldn't stop the cash carried over the border but it would generate revenue from money wired home by the illegals. - GOC

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    1. Why not 30 per cent? It's money from illegal activities, right? Or half, if the sender can't prove they are a U.S. citizen. As for physical transportation of cash across the border, increased patrols will nab cash going either way. - Elric

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    2. I find it very irritating that Wal-Mart charges less to transfer a thousand bucks to Mexico (or the Philippines, or India) than it does to transfer a thousand bucks to Ohio.

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  5. Annnnnnnnnd wait for it! A Fed "Judge" will block i, most likely from 9th Circus.

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  6. Don this may be one of the best columns you've written. I have struggled to figure out how to condense some of these issues to talk about it, and you have just made it easy. Thank you, sir.

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  7. Don't forget that the 2020 census is approaching -- all residents count, not just citizens. So the sanctuary states stand to gain additional Congressional seats based on their illegal alien residents.

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  8. Agree with Tina, this is a terrific column that zeroes in on the key issue: "Illegal immigration is the biggest exploitation of a people since slavery."

    Lots of lib/progs have been propagandized to feel sorry for the poor illegal immigrants. Very few even take notice of the exploitation and the cruel oppression of the people making a bundle from this. Or of the suffering Americans suffer from extra crime, poverty, inability to get entry-level jobs and so on.

    Ultimately this is why Trump was able to get a foothold and eventually win. You'd think more of our governing class would get a clue, but no.
    JimNorCal

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  9. Guess what happens when an illegal gets beat up in a bad drug deal.

    He gets everything fixed at the hospital and it all gets paid for because the hospital social services department gets him Medicaid.

    Isn't that wonderful? Now he has documentation!

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  10. Importing virtual slave labor under the guise of compassion. Pretty much sums it up.

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  11. deport illegal scum call 1 866 DHS2ICE

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  12. Illegals undercut the low-skilled American worker. H1Bs undercut the skilled American worker. California would be Iowa with movies if it weren't for those two policies.

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  13. Illegals undercut the low-skilled American worker. H1Bs undercut the skilled American worker. California would be Iowa with movies if it weren't for those two policies.

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