The Obama administration has ordered the border patrol not to deport illegal aliens if they claim they are fleeing cartel violence. Word has gone out in Mexico, and guess what? Thousands of Mexicans are just walking up to the border patrol and claiming they are fleeing cartel violence.
In the past week, San Diego has been overwhelmed with nearly 600 Mexicans claiming they are fleeing cartel violence. They are being given plush hotel rooms at taxpayer expense and will be allowed to stay in the US while their “asylum case” makes its way through the courts. Even if an immigration judge eventually orders them to be deported, the Obama administration will probably never deport them.
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