Criminal Alien Admits He Came to US Because of Biden, ‘Definitely’ Would Not Have if Trump Were President

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2021 Mar 23, 5:34pm   88,752 views  880 comments

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A migrant An illegal A criminal alien (no person is illegal!) who is seeking asylum in the United States admitted in an interview that aired Sunday that he would not have attempted to travel to the U.S. if Donald Trump were still president.

In fact, the migrant illegal said specifically that he decided now was the right time to seek asylum here because of President Joe Biden.

ABC News anchor Martha Raddatz recently spoke with a Brazilian man — just one of the tens of thousands of migrants illegals who are traveling to the U.S. in search of asylum — who admitted that Biden's presidency was a motivating factor for coming to America.

"Would you have tried to do this when Donald Trump was president?" Raddatz asked.

"Definitely not. Definitely. We have a chance, you know. The same environment that's been going on today wasn't there last year," the man responded. "We used to watch the news and I definitely wouldn't do this."

Raddatz followed up," So did you come here because Joe Biden was elected president?"

"Basically, basically," the man said. "The main thing was the violence in my country. And the second thing, I think, was Joe Biden."


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276   HeadSet   2023 Sep 4, 10:10am  

Patrick says

Of course. That is why the illegals were invited in. To displace low wage Americans with yet lower wage people who can be more easily controlled, for the benefit of business owners.

Yep, we just had GoFiber install their underground cable in our neighborhood. Only the foreman could speak English (he was an American born bilingual Hispanic), the rest of the crew spoke only Spanish but had a hard time reading in Spanish. They busted a PVC sprinkler line when the dug in my yard and I had to stay on top of them for the repair. The first guy just glued in a PVC patch he cut using a hacksaw blade without the purple primer and of course that leaked. Then they buried it any way. I made them dig it back up and send out someone who was familiar with PVC pipe repair. An older White guy showed up and I watched him fix it the correct way, but it still takes 2 hours for the solvent weld to cure, so they were supposed to leave it unburied until I could test it. However, some worker buried it anyway, so I called that White guy out to make them dig it up. I made them leave it unburied overnight so I could test it the next day. I wonder how many other homes they busted sprinkler pipes and did poor repairs.
279   Patrick   2023 Sep 6, 9:57am  


You can’t be American if your first act of entering the country is a lawbreaking one. That’s not racist. That’s not xenophobic. We are a nation built on the rule of law. Secure the border and eliminate lottery-based immigration in favor of meritocratic admission. Do not apologize for it.
280   Patrick   2023 Sep 7, 10:38am  


New York Mayor Eric Adams, a longtime “sanctuary city advocate,” had a near meltdown yesterday when he told commissioners in no uncertain terms that illegal immigrants would destroy New York City.

At least they’re not wearing masks.


Texans could not be reached for comment, because they were too busy fending off even more illegal aliens than New York City. But New York has a painful, monkeypox-like problem the Texans don’t have. I will explain.

First, the Big Apple’s pro-jab mayor said for the first time in his life, he has finally confronted a tragic-comic problem that he can’t handle:

“Let me tell you something, New Yorkers. Never in my life have I had a problem that I didn’t see an ending to. I don’t see an ending to this. I don’t see an ending to this. This issue will destroy New York City. DESTROY New York City. We getting TEN THOUSAND MIGRANTS a month. One time we were just getting Venezuela, now we getting Ecuador, now we getting Russian-speaking coming through Mexico, now we getting Western Africa, now we getting people from all over the globe have made their minds up that they gonna come through the southern part of the border and come to New York City.

And everybody’s saying it’s New York City’s problem.

We have a 12-billion dollar deficit that we’re going to have to cut every service in this City is going to be impacted. All of us.”

Haha! Citizens, who pay the extraordinarily-high taxes in the City, won’t be getting services. Illegal aliens will be getting the services. Checkmate!

The big problem is that New York City once passed a law requiring it to provide shelter and services to illegal aliens, as part of its celebrated “sanctuary city” program. Adams has already been to court several times recently trying to thwart the rule, but has gone down in flames every single time. The courts are saying, don’t put this on us, you need to change that law.
284   richwicks   2023 Sep 10, 1:48am  

Patrick says

I don't see much trouble getting under those buoys unless you can't swim. That looks more symbolic as a barrier than an actual barrier.
285   HeadSet   2023 Sep 10, 6:33am  

richwicks says

I don't see much trouble getting under those buoys unless you can't swim.

Those buoys may be supporting an underwater net. Even so, they seem easy enough to just go over top.
286   RC2006   2023 Sep 10, 9:14am  

HeadSet says

richwicks says

I don't see much trouble getting under those buoys unless you can't swim.

Those buoys may be supporting an underwater net. Even so, they seem easy enough to just go over top.

I think they have razor wire on them.
289   Patrick   2023 Sep 11, 10:00am  


Chicago’s O’Hare Airport used as a migrant ILLEGAL ALIEN shelter as crisis overwhelms city: ‘Like a scene from Mad Max’
290   Patrick   2023 Sep 11, 12:28pm  


Officials in Minnesota are set to issue driver’s licenses to 81,000 illegal aliens residing in the state.

The new law, dubbed “Driver’s License For All,” comes into effect on October 1.

Under the law, illegal aliens will be officially eligible to apply for driver’s licenses.

However, the move is raising major concerns about voter fraud ahead of the critical 2024 elections.

A Minnesota driver’s license is all a person needs to register to vote online.
291   HeadSet   2023 Sep 11, 1:32pm  

Patrick says

However, the move is raising major concerns about voter fraud ahead of the critical 2024 elections.

A Minnesota driver’s license is all a person needs to register to vote online.

I wonder how long until an illegal is voted into office.
296   Patrick   2023 Sep 17, 3:39pm  


"You're free": Watch Border Patrol agents allow hundreds of illegal immigrants to just walk right into San Diego
297   Eric Holder   2023 Sep 18, 12:22pm  

HOLBROOK, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A sheriff’s deputy helped save a child in danger of human trafficking in northern Arizona earlier this month.

On Sept. 8, a Navajo County deputy pulled over 35-year-old Julio Ramirez-Felipe on I-40 near Winslow. Authorities say Ramirez-Felipe, a California resident, was traveling with a young boy unrelated to him. During the stop, the deputy noticed signs of human trafficking and saw the child was in danger. Ramirez-Felipe was arrested and booked into Navajo County jail for allegedly assisting in a human smuggling organization.

“I would like to commend my deputy for his exemplary investigative work on this traffic stop. Because of this simple traffic stop and furtherance of his investigation, an innocent child was rescued from danger. Human trafficking is a real issue that affects too many children. Thank you to the men and women who combat these issues every day,” said Navajo County Sheriff David Clouse.
298   Eric Holder   2023 Sep 18, 12:26pm  

richwicks says

I don't see much trouble getting under those buoys unless you can't swim.

You don't see it, because the net is under water. That's your "trouble".
301   Patrick   2023 Sep 21, 10:35am  


Yesterday, in a massively-important story completely embargoed by Establishment Media, probably because they haven’t gotten their narrative orders from the White House yet, Governor Greg Abbott of Texas made history by finally doing what the state’s conservatives have long been begging for:

Governor Abbott formally declared a State of Invasion at the border.

It’s a big deal, maybe even ‘yuge,’ as Trump would say. In a public letter in 2022 addressed to Joe Biden, Governor Abbott declared the federal government had failed to protect Texas from invasion, so the state invoked Article I, Section 10, Clause 3 of the Constitution. As Abbott put it, in his historic letter:

The subtext of Abbott’s letter was literally a declaration of war. Article I, § 10, Clause 3 says that states shall not “engage in war” without the consent of Congress unless actually invaded:

No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.

For at least a year that I can remember, Texas conservatives have been begging Abbott to invoke Clause I(10)(3) and take action. Abbott made the declaration but was slower to act. One sees both sides of the timing of making such a career-defining political decision. Abbott took the longer approach, and built up political armor by first sending migrants to blue places like Chicago and New York, which are also now buckling under the strain and more importantly, are complaining loudly and publicly.

It’s hard to understate how big a deal this is. Texas is going to war … but against what enemy? In his letter, Abbott smartly identified the cartels. In a tweet yesterday, Abbott showed his move was carefully and long-planned: at the time of the announcement, Texas has now already deployed the National Guard and started building containment measures like a border wall.

By moving fast, Texas can’t now be stopped before they begin by an emergency temporary injunction from an Administration-friendly judge. It’s too late. Yesterday Abbott tweeted:

Texas’s war might be with other enemies than just the cartels, Around 6pm last week, Governor Abbott tweeted that federal agents were removing Texas’ newly-installed razor wire and were actively helping migrants cross the barriers into Texas.

CLIP: Federal agents remove razor wire from the Texas border and help migrants cross the border (1:37).

One suspects the Administration’s lawyers are probably frantically drafting right now. Biden will likely file an emergency lawsuit trying to stop Texas from defending itself. The rhetoric will be hot as mustard. I also expect Woke Media to soon shift to covering Texas’s wartime “human rights abuses.” Oh, the humanity!

It’s a developing story. Stay tuned.
302   Misc   2023 Sep 22, 1:35am  

Do you think for an instant that the State of Texas will file criminal charges Federal Agents for violating Texas laws???
304   Patrick   2023 Sep 22, 11:00am  


Just like former Sanctuary City fan and Mayor Eric Adams, New York’s replacement Governor Kathy Hochul is experiencing this week a newfound appreciation for little things like borders and immigration controls and stuff. Yesterday, Hochul told a CNN anchor that New York’s shelter law was only meant for homeless aids patients and displaced families. “Never,” she said, “was it envisioned to be an unlimited, universal right or obligation on the city to have to house literally the entire world.” ...

In any event, the reporter asked Hochul, “Some people have said that New York’s legal right, its mandate to provide shelter, is a draw for people to come here. And they’ve called for it to be rescinded. Would you support that?” Governor Hochul immediately replied, “Yes, I would.”

Of course, talk is cheap. It’s one thing to say you would support rescinding New York City’s mandatory shelter law, it’s another thing to do something about it. ...

According to Gothamist, over 110,000 illegal aliens roosted in the city over the last 12 months, and around 60,000 are still living in the city’s shelter system — with an annual price tag of billions of dollars, according to New York City officials.

I am reading between the lines, but the unstated story seems to be that a certain minimum critical mass of illegal aliens has been reached in New York City, and now those aliens who’ve figured out how the game works are telling their friends and relatives about New York’s unlimited shelter law, which in turn is increasing arrivals, who are telling their friends and relatives, and so on. So the problem is spiraling out of control like a death tornado.

In other words, at this point it’s not just a few buses from Texas or a few flights from Florida. The aliens know now.

The Governor showed up in related news, when the New York Times ran a connected story yesterday headlined, “U.S. Will Allow Nearly 500,000 Venezuelan Migrants to Work Legally.” The sub-headline explained: “The move, announced late Wednesday, followed intense lobbying by New York Democrats before and during President Biden’s visit to New York City this week.” Here’s how the Times described the rationale for letting half a million illegal aliens obtain green cards:

"In an unusual break with a president of their party, the New York Democrats had argued that the city’s social safety net would tear under the weight of more than 110,000 recently arrived migrants unless they were allowed to work and support themselves more quickly."

Democrats hope that if the illegal aliens can work more easily, they’ll move out of free city housing. But as usual, democrats ignore normal human behavior and economic incentives. Obviously, the aliens will work and stay in free city housing.

On the other hand, never let a good crisis go to waste. Am I right?
305   stereotomy   2023 Sep 22, 11:58am  

Hochul is a fucking cunt.

As of 9/13/23, anyone buying ammo in the PRNY has to go through a NICS check (Federal firearms background check). Just in time for hunting season, there's a $2.50 surcharge per box of ammo - for shotshells that's for every 25 shells.

I was at Cabela's picking up powder for reloading, and the salesperson wondered if she needed to run a NICS check. I said "That's for ammo, not powder. You can't shoot powder. You need hulls, primers, powder, wads, and shot."

She agreed, so no NICS check so far for powder in the PRNY.
308   Patrick   2023 Sep 24, 9:16am  


Woah, there's a lot of content in this one.
315   Patrick   2023 Sep 28, 11:26am  


As McCarthy seems to be saying, and this is the point, or the res gestae, we are currently paying billions and billions and billions and throwing our entire arsenal — except maybe for our fleet of high-tech, semi-autonomous F35 fighter jets, which a military spokesman insisted were not “lost,” just “misplaced,” and will be found any day now, probably — apart from those, we’re doing everything humanly possible to STOP THE INVASION IN UKRAINE.

Get it?

What about stopping the invasion a little closer to home? Like, RIGHT DOWN THERE. You know. The UNITED STATES’s border. Why don’t we send some Bradley “fighting vehicles” and Leopard tanks and cluster mines or whatever else we’re tossing down the Eastern European toilet down to the SOUTHERN BORDER instead? I mean, instead of paying corrupt Ukrainian oligarchic Nazis to fight Russians, why don’t we pay the Cartels to close OUR border? Seriously, what’s the difference?

Or instead of blowing up underwater Russian pipelines, how about we blow up the pipeline through Central America? Instead of sanctioning Lithuanians for selling chicken coops to Russian farmers, how about we sanction Mexico for invading the U.S.? Instead of destroying the Kerch Bridge between Russia and the Crimean Peninsula, how about we destroy the human bridge into America?

I could do this all day.

Good luck, Kevin. Speaker McCarthy earns a lot of well-deserved criticism, but focusing Congress on this issue was a solid move. Your move, deep state.

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