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Disproportionate number of non-citizens far more likely to commit crime

Posted by on | December 22, 2017 | No Comments

Criminality becomes routine when the first act of entering the USA is illegal, though Arizona Republic reaches far different conclusion

On Thursday, the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security released data on incarcerated aliens. The appalling statistics reveal that 94% of all confirmed aliens in DOJ custody are here illegally. Read the facts contained in the shocking DOJ news release. Second and Third Quarter FY 2017 reports can be accessed at the bottom of the news release page.

President Trump’s Executive Order on Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States requires the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to collect relevant data and provide quarterly reports on data collection efforts. The newly released Alien Incarceration Report Fiscal Year 2017, Quarter 4 can be read here, The stats clearly illustrate we are importing an unskilled, uneducated criminal class, including murderers, those engaged in drug trafficking and fraud.

Barack Obama didn’t see the relevancy in such reports. After all, these are “just good people coming to do the work Americans refuse to do.” It’s a certainty providing such information to American citizens wouldn’t have topped Hillary Clinton’s list either.  Pres. Trump has authorized their collection and public reporting.

Out of the 185,507 inmates in Bureau of Prisons (BOP) custody, 39,455 (21 percent) were reported by BOP as foreign-born. 

The United States Marshals Service identified 19,311 aliens and foreign-born inmates under Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigation detained at USMS facilities.

You won’t find any of the statistics linked in these reports in the Arizona Republic newspaper. In fact this morning’s Page One, above-the-fold headline cites a poll that concludes, “Two-thirds of all Arizonans now oppose border barrier.”

“The big takeaway is that Arizona seems to be moving away from the national conversation on the border wall. And that’s very interesting as a border state,” said Erik Lee, executive director of the North American Research Partnership. “In many ways, this is a return to a kind of traditional Arizona thinking about Mexico,” he said. “The state historically has had a very close relationship to Mexico, it’s complex to be sure.”

This biased polling company that works to facilitate cross-border trade, claims it commissioned the telephone poll of nearly 600 Arizona residents last month jointly with Mexico’s Food and Development Research Center. The Republic concludes the poll “appears to show a noteworthy shift from attitudes seven years ago that led to passage by the Arizona Legislature of the nation’s toughest anti-immigrant law, Senate Bill 1070.”

Once again, the open border, amnesty supporting newspaper gets it wrong. Actual immigrants come here through legal channels and gratefully become Americans. Illegal aliens are not immigrants.

The survey claims, “Two-thirds of Arizonans said immigrants did not increase crime rates. Three-quarters said they don’t take jobs from citizens. Eighty two percent said they were good for the U.S. economy. And an equal number said immigrants improve American society.”

Were you surveyed? Neither were we.

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