As we are graced this weekend with yet another local story of a violent crime perpetrated by illegal alien MS-13 gang members, I can only hope that the questions it raises (once again) are useful as we try to figure out which one of the Republican presidential candidates speaks for citizens, and how many of the others are merely shilling for those who stand to profit from cheap illegal alien labor no matter how deep the innocent bodies are stacked. These gruesome stories are perfect examples of the real human costs that entirely avoidable policy errors impose on us and if we’re to make informed decisions about the future, we need to understand what’s going on.
This weekend’s story comes from Loudoun County, where Henry Ernesto Dominguez Vasquez, 20, and Juan Moises Aguirre Zelaya, 18, of Sterling were arrested for the gang-related murder of a high school student. The two suspects are rumored to have been part of the recent wave of “Unaccompanied Alien Children” where charities are handed millions of dollars of taxpayer money to temporarily warehouse floods of illegal alien youth before they are placed with local custodians that themselves profit by acting as their “temporary” guardians. Some of these “Unaccompanied Alien Children” are so dangerous that they require secure detention in facilities licensed by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services before they are handed off to families which can earn upwards of $6,000 a month housing them in their homes and placing them in our local schools. Hardly any effort is made to identify which of these “youth” are affiliated with gangs, what criminal history they may have, or even who they might be and how old they are.
When this ridiculous federal money gravy train results in MS-13 gang-bangers preying on middle school students it shouldn’t come as any surprise at all. The financial incentives are to move as many illegal aliens as possible as quickly as possible, and no concern at all is given to how this impacts anyone not part of this scheme or our neighborhoods. If Youth For Tomorrow ignores likely violent gang affiliations among these illegal aliens, there’s no consequence for them. If an adult taking these illegal aliens into their house in return for the welfare bonanza and other financial incentives offered for doing so does nothing to prevent their charges from running a MS-13 franchise, they’ll just replace those arrested with another illegal alien supplied by Youth For Tomorrow and keep the gravy train rolling. It’s just a numbers and money game, and none of the dangerous and destructive outcomes that result change it one bit.
Another instructive story is from this past March, where a little girl was serially raped by three separate “boarders” over a four year period, starting when she was only five years old. All three had prior interactions with law enforcement (one report of which is available on the web). Upon arrest one of the three suspects admitted to being an illegal alien, but the immigration status of none of them could be ascertained by Immigration and Customs because the federal government will not cooperate with Prince William County police to determine the immigration status of suspected illegal aliens. Prince William County used to have an agreement with ICE under the federal 287(g) Program, but that was terminated by the Obama Administration in favor of the far less rigorous “Secure Communities Program,” which itself has now been replaced with the ridiculously useless “Priority Enforcement Program.” When a felony is committed by an obvious foreign national these days and local police want to ensure that when they are done with the individual they can be turned over to federal authorities for whatever legal consequences may result from their potential violations of federal law, federal authorities are prohibited by policy from responding to even a request for information regardless of what 8 U.S.C. § 1373 demands.
Even if you’d like to follow what happens to Douglas Vladimir Monge Baires, Walter Antonio Canales Reyes and Santos Andres Flores Rios in this case as they go to trial, that information is no longer available to you as the Virginia Court Case information system no longer provides information about cases in Virginia’s Circuit Courts. Federal authorities are kept in the dark about potential illegal aliens that commit violent crimes in our communities, and a shroud of secrecy now surrounds the operations of our criminal justice system. The beneficiaries of all this are illegal aliens that rape elementary school-aged girls in their own houses on a regular basis for years and years. It would be unfair, would it not, if they actually were identified as illegal aliens and held to account for their unlawful behavior because they happen to have a different ethnicity than some other people and it wouldn’t be right to do that, right? It would even be unfair to have the public able to find out what is happening in our court systems without having to personally visit the courthouse, lest the truth about the disposition of a criminal court case become public knowledge, no?
Both of these cases demonstrate the horrific human carnage that inevitably results from the policies demanded by crony capitalists who financially benefit from illegal immigration, the race-hustling interest groups that amass political and financial power from ethnic chauvinism, and the leftist collectivists that see mass immigration from the third-world as the easiest way to ensure their goals of killing capitalism and stamping out personal liberty. While some might be confused about why some Republican candidates seem to have gained such inexplicably strong followings among the electorate after speaking frankly about illegal immigration, and others are going nowhere after advocating for various forms of amnesty in an effort to appear “reasonable” and “moderate,” it really shouldn’t confuse them at all. Too many of us are faced with the consequences of these policies in our own neighborhoods and we’re furious with politicians that won’t take our concerns seriously, or worse, call us ugly names when we raise those concerns.
Bad policies fill body bags. Those body bags don’t pile up in the neighborhoods where the donors and supporters of people like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie live, they pile up in the neighborhoods where folks who support Ted Cruz and Donald Trump live, and they’re beyond outraged at this point. These people demand policy changes, and they’re not going to rest until they get them.
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