Illegals Posting Photos To Friends And Family On Social Media Telling How Easy It Is To Come To America

It’s no wonder we are seeing a literal invasion of America by illegals from around the world when you see the rule of law ignored by those who’re supposed to be protecting us. What blows my mind is the quote below that states that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency is “trying to get tough” on the illegal border crossers. Are they kidding? This has been going on for way too long and they’re just now saying they’re TRYING to do something??? Call your Congressman and anyone else you can think of to SPEAK OUT ON OUR OPEN BORDERS! SOVEREIGNTY MATTERS! 

Illegal immigrants have even begun posting photos of their permisos on social media, telling friends and family how easy it is to gain access to the U.S., investigators told Congress.

In a statement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency that oversees the Border Patrol, said it is aware that smugglers use the promise of permisos to entice people to immigrate, but the agency insisted it is trying to get tough.

The surge of children and families crossing the southwest border illegally accelerated again in September, leaving fiscal year 2015 the second-worst on record, according to numbers released Wednesday by the Border Patrol.

Agents caught 4,476 children traveling without parents on the border last month and 5,273 parents and children traveling as families — both of those nearly twice the level of September 2014, suggesting that smugglers have once again stepped up their efforts to entice Central Americans to make the crossing.
order Patrol officials in Washington blamed violence and poor economic conditions in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras for pushing illegal immigrants to flee their homes and head north, but agents on the ground said the problem is lax U.S. enforcement, which entices migrants to make the dangerous journey, assured that they will be allowed in the U.S. rather than turned away at the border.

“We’re talking about the rule of law in other countries; we’re not enforcing the rule of law in this country,” Chris Cabrera, an official with the National Border Patrol Council, the labor union for line agents, testified to the Senate Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday.

Central American families and children caught at the border are given papers setting court dates but are then released into the U.S. The government calls those documents “notices to appear,” but the illegal immigrants regularly refer to them as “permisos,” or free passes, because they give tentative permission to be in the country while they await their court appearances.

“In Border Patrol circles, that paperwork is now known as the ‘notice to disappear’ — 80 percent, 90 percent of those folks will not show up for that hearing,” Mr. Cabrera testified.

Illegal immigrants have even begun posting photos of their permisos on social media, telling friends and family how easy it is to gain access to the U.S., investigators told Congress.

In a statement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency that oversees the Border Patrol, said it is aware that smugglers use the promise of permisos to entice people to immigrate, but the agency insisted it is trying to get tough.
JUST LISTEN TO OBAMA AND HILLARY LIE THROUGH THEIR TEETH ABOUT IMMIGRATION:


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