Immigration Headlines [9 ITEMS!] Kennedys, Migrant Attacks, Mass Deportation Can Be Done (Or Can It?), Etc.
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A few headlines of interest.

A good summation of the long-held Kennedy family legacy of favoring the immigrant over regular Americans. It’s one of the reasons why I simply cannot trust Robert Kennedy Jr to enforce immigration law. If this country is a mess due to immigration, that is a Kennedy legacy.

A summation of several recent immigrant attacks. No, they are not sending us their best.

A gang rape in Italy might cause people to Notice.  We cannot have that, it must be suppressed.

Ok, so this isn’t directly immigrant related, yet it is. The U.N. is funding a lot of the illegal aliens coming across our southern border. Why is the United Nations headquartered in New York City anyway? Shouldn’t it be in some “developing” nation that better reflects the demographics of the planet? I’m sure a lot of poorer nations would agree and would want the U.N. to be in their country for all the investment and infrastructure that would bring in.

The headline is a bit confusing. Basically, Mayorkas and Blinken were able to convince Mexican authorities to clamp down on migrants (they’re not illegal if they haven’t crossed the border yet) and stop them from crossing into the U.S. at least temporarily until the election is over.

The columnist argues that mass deportations can be done. However, I’m not sure it would be so easy. Liberal judges, Antifa protests, the lying press, and gullible citizens (they fell for the “Kids in Cages” hoax) will all be fighting against even a few deportations.

Neil Munro writes

The “Defending Borders, Defending Democracies Act” was drafted by a pro-migration team of Republican and Democrat House members who also back more funding for Ukraine. The GOP members are Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Don Bacon (R-NE), Mike Lawler (R-NY), and Lori Chavez-DeRemer (R-OR).

They worked with Democrat Reps. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA), Jim Costa (D-CA), Jared Golden (D-ME), and Ed Case (D-HI).

The Republican party is at war with itself. The big business and big donors side wants more immigration. The patriotic side does not. “When America becomes solely about money, it will cease to be a country.”

Head of the Border Patrol Union Brandon Judd actually endorsed the Senate border bill, thereby giving pro-open borders pundits an excuse to claim that rank and file Agents are for the bill. That’s a bunch of bull. The average Agent supported the House Bill H.R.2. That was a much better bill that would have secured the border. Judd should probably retire from the union president position, he’s been there too long.

Lastly, Tucker Carlson interviewed Bret Weinstein about the Darien Gap.

Weinstein is a biologist by training and he’s deeply suspicious of why so many Chinese men are coming through on their way to the United States and why they are kept separate from the rest of the invaders.

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