(Natural News) Democrats and their RINO allies like to claim they care so much about our children, but not enough to prevent them from being raped and abused by criminals who shouldn’t even be free to roam American cities.
As reported by Liberty Headlines’ Joshua Paladino, the group North Carolinians for Immigration Reform, or NCFIRE, recently released their April report documenting the number of child rapes committed by illegal aliens.
In all, 28 aliens were arrested and charged with 89 counts ranging from “indecent liberties with a child” to sexual battery, forced sexual activity, forced sex act by a parent or guardian, aggravated sexual assault, child pornography, and outright rape of a child.
Now mind you, these things happen in the United States already. But if you were a parent of one of these children, wouldn’t you logically conclude that your child would not have become a victim if these 28 individuals weren’t permitted to remain in our country?
Also, keep in mind that these figures are from one state.
NFIRE noted also that at 28 alleged offenses, that is the highest number of arrests in more than two years, which indicates that despite President Donald J. Trump’s enforcement efforts, the problem of illegal alien crime is getting worse in some parts of the country.
Here are some of the alleged offenders:
— William Menelio Valasquez, 64, from Greensboro, N.C., was arrested and charged with six sexual assault felonies for reportedly abusing a minor girl over four years, beginning when she was 10.
— Pedro Jaime Ensenat of Raleigh pleaded guilty on April 2 to one count of manufacturing child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography. He had made videos of himself molesting a 10-year-old boy.
— Police arrested Deep Under Singh, 21, a student at North Carolina State who is in the country illegally, for attempting to seduce a 12-year-old girl by pretending to be 15 when reportedly soliciting naked photos from the girl.
NCFIRE said the April report brings the total number of arrests of illegal aliens for similar crimes to 69 in 2018 so far. Together they have been charged with 251 counts, Paladino reported.
This is merely the latest illegal immigration outrage, though admittedly it’s pretty bad.
The NCFIRE report comes as the U.S.-Mexico border is under siege again by a flood of humanity. U.S. border enforcement officials with the Department of Homeland Security reported in recent days that a record number of illegal crossers were interdicted last month since Trump won the presidency, erasing an immediate post-election drop in attempts and arrests. (Related: That time when Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell promised Trump a border wall.)
As The National Sentinel reported:
Based on the most recent figures supplied by federal immigration authorities, the numbers of migrants crossing illegally into the U.S. have returned to their pre-Trump election levels after bottoming out in 2017 during the president’s first year in office.
It seems as though the world has figured out that U.S. borders remain wide open despite President Donald J. Trump’s best efforts to close it.
The Washington Times added that DHS reported a 233-percent increase in apprehensions last month, topping 39,000. Worse, the paper added, Border Patrol officials said three-quarters of those captured were let go under insane “catch-and-release” policies that are still on the books for some reason. With an immigration court backlog of two or more years, the chances of many of those who were released actually showing up for their hearing are about as good as Hillary Clinton admitting she broke laws governing the handling of classified emails.
With each of these outrages, Trump’s chances of winning reelection get better and better. But we need more lawmakers in Congress who are willing to ignore corporate lobbyists and the Chamber of Congress and vote to not only build the president’s wall but also reform immigration law and rescind the crazy loopholes.
Read more about this invasion of humanity at InvasionUSA.news.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.