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Here’s a screenshot of the U.S. Border Patrol and National Guard (origin state unknown) going to great lengths to assist hundreds of people to enter the country illegally:
I clipped that still from a tweet by “BorderHawkNews,” full article here.
From left to right in the picture, you can find a Guardsman with a rifle and a CBP agent helping people to get under the concertina wire without getting snagged. Down on the bank, a CBP agent with a radio gestures while another stands just behind the CBP vehicle on the right. Presumably, the operator of the heavy equipment is still in the cab. That’s three or four CBP and one Guardsman on duty on our border — aiding the invasion. According to BorderHawkNews, this happens frequently, and “somehow” the crowds converge on a particular crossing as if the arrival of the forklift is being coordinated. Well, of course it is! An effort like this doesn’t just happen.
I’ve meant to write about this for some time, but I’ll just lay it out here.
Our government, through R and D administrations alike, is simply doing way with us. They are diluting our political power, diminishing the value of our stake in the country, rendering our citizenship increasingly meaningless. Looking at reports such as this, there is simply no way that it is not intentional, and both parties are in on it. This is truly the government against the citizenry. The government is debasing us in every way. Non-citizens increasingly vote here. That’s madness.
More schools in more areas have more illegal immigrant kids in them, reducing the quality of education provided to children of citizens. And despite the cries of “That’s racist!” from shills, the fact is that disease and pestilence follow migrations.
Recently, blacks in Chicago were dismayed at the unassimilating foreign element being deposited upon them — whites feel the same way. Both of these two large groups in America are right to feel singly indignant as well as collectively. When Texas’s Gov. Abbott puts the CBP’s illegals on a bus, why can that bus not be sent to the border and the passengers decanted back into Mexico whence they came? Because the Federal government forbids it, and will actively work against it. This is the same federal government seen in the still above actively bringing people across.
I would very much like to see what would happen if a governor ordered some sheriffs to deport some illegals. How quickly would the Feds “nationalize” those sheriffs and deputies and assert command? Minutes, I’ll say. They probably have the paperwork in their vest pockets. So there seems to be no law enforcement agency in the United States that cannot be or has not already been recruited to assist this anti-Constitutional invasion.
Frankly, this should be the U.S. Military’s number one responsibility, and the Army’s sine qua non employment. “Nobody gets in except through CBP ports of entry — is that clear? Move out.” How hard is that? The government is not failing. It is succeeding in its goals, which may well be hostile to our own — self-governance, for example.
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