Does anyone else remember the literal invasion of illegal immigrant children who crossed the border during Obama’s administration(see a previous report below)? We reported on it then and remember how reporters weren’t allowed into the detention centers. It’s interesting that now the cameras and press have suddenly been allowed into the centers to spread their propaganda. Of course, Obama had the press on his side so he was able to cover up anything negative. Remember that many of these children came by themselves and are still coming alone to cross our border.


The Flores Consent Decree from 1997 says that unaccompanied children can be held only 20 days. A ruling by the Ninth Circuit extended this 20-day limit to children who come as part of family units. So even if we want to hold a family unit together, we are forbidden from doing so. 

Breitbart News got a rare glimpse of arrivals in 2014:

Kids with parents are sometimes separated and that’s been the policy before President Trump came into office. So who gets the blame for it? President Trump! It’s such a shame that our media lies or doesn’t tell the entire story. It’s selective outrage for sure! Dem Henry Cuellar reminded us of the truth today:

Democratic Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar admitted Saturday that the Obama administration attempted to cover up the child migrant crisis occurring at the Souther border.

“It was kept very quiet under the Obama Administration. There were large numbers of people coming in. The Obama administration was trying to keep this quiet,” Cuellar told CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield.

Whitfield displayed a 2014 image of migrant children held in cages at a detention center, and Cuellar said that he released similar photos of children separated from their parents.

Cuellar added that the number of children being held at the border right now is similar to the amount during the Obama administration.

“We still see the numbers,” he said, adding that “not all of them are being separated. Some of them are coming alone.”

“Keep in mind that under the law, you can separate a child if that person, the adult, is not the real parent or the custodian because sometimes we see situations where they’ll bring a child because they know of the policy that we have over here with children.”

Cuellar scrutinized the zero-tolerance policy for separation, suggesting criminal adult immigrants have previously taken advantage of it.


FLASHBACK: UNREAL! ILLEGAL ALIEN TEENS Are Lost By Feds Once Released Into America

We know that a very high percentage of illegals never report for their immigration court hearing but the teens and children who don’t show up and are simply lost is shocking! Our government expects these people to show up and that’s a joke in itself! We basically have a disaster on our hands with minors just disappearing into America…Unreal! 

New information from a variety of sources further demonstrates that the Obama administration’s handling of the continuing influx of illegal Central American family and youth border-crossers has been nothing short of a disaster. Government agencies and NGO contractors have lost track of most of the youth who have been released (or escaped) from shelters. Immigration court records show that about half of the “unaccompanied” alien children (UACs) do not appear for immigration court hearings. A recent murder of one UAC in Virginia by three others is a reminder that some of the kids are involved in gangs. And, because we let them, they keep coming; the number of new arrivals spiked again at the end of the summer, with twice as many Central American youth and families arriving in September 2015 as arrived in September 2014.
No single government agency has been given the responsibility for tracking the UAC and family arrivals. As a result, the statistics that have been published by different sources may have slightly different numbers, depending on the time period covered and how they are counted.

In a recent webinar hosted by the Migration Policy Institute, the director of a legal services organization stated that 77,824 UACs had been released into the United States since October 1, 2014 (not counting the approximately 40,000 who arrived in 2012 and 2013). Most are turned over to their parents, but many are released to the custody of a sponsor — sometimes a relative, but often a “friend”, foster family, or group home run by a government contractor.

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