President Trump made it quite clear that not every immigrant that enters our country is an upstanding human being that’s merely seeking a better life.
From day one of his candidacy, Trump pointed out that some bad people enter our country from time to time as well, and we as a nation really need to get a handle on that.
Trump was portrayed as being insensitive to the plight of immigrants and as if he was a racist, but now the media’s chickens are coming home to roost.
Perhaps the leaders of the various liberal enclaves will finally pay attention to this monster hiding out in a ‘sanctuary’ city and stop protecting them.
An alleged kidnapper in the Los Zetas Mexican Cartel was arrested in Chicago and extradited to Mexico where he faces over two-dozen kidnapping charges and is linked to a horrifying massacre in the Mexican state of Coahuila.
Coahuila state police officers took custody of Juan Rafael “El Cubano” Arredondo Oviedo in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo.
U.S. law enforcement officials arrested Arredondo at an immigration court in Chicago which is listed by the Center for Immigration Studies as an official “sanctuary city.”
Immigrants flock to sanctuary cities for some pretty simple reasons, not the least of which is that the word is out that they will be protected at all costs from the feds.
The liberal narrative suggests that they are all wonderful folks that just need a helping hand. That’s a statistical impossibility. Here’s further confirmation of that fact.
Arredondo faces 28 kidnapping charges in Mexico where authorities previously linked him to a chilling massacre in Coahuila in 2011, where over 300 people were kidnapped, killed, cut into pieces, and incinerated in ovens: The order was simple — kill anyone related, associated or that in anyway had contact with Villanueva or Garza Gaytan.
Trump has clearly pointed out on a number of occasions that some ‘bad dudes’ enter our country illegally. Arredondo falls into that category.
Los Zetas began rounding up entire families, friends, distant relatives and innocent individuals who happened to have one of those last names — even if they were not related.
Los Zetas would torture and execute the victims using a variety of cruel methods. The bodies were then taken to either a ranch near Allende or to the Coahuila state prison in Piedras Negras to make the bodies disappear.
Inside the jail, Los Zetas dismembered the bodies of the men, women, and children who had been kidnapped. The human parts were then placed in 55-gallon drums filled with diesel oil and then set on fire. After several hours, the majority of the human remains were all gone, leaving hundreds of families without answers. The ashes were then dumped in a local creek that leads to the Rio Grande.
Does this mean that every immigrant is a criminal? Of course not, but it demonstrates how we simply don’t know who is in our midst when people are not vetted properly.
There are plenty of folks out there that have entered the country legally and gone on to build a happy life for themselves. That opportunity is still there for folks – provided they enter the country legally.
Why is that too much to ask? Because it’s a time consuming prosperous? Because the paperwork can be onerous?
None of those are viable enough reasons to completely disregard our federal laws, which leads to far too many criminals slipping through the cracks.