Why Immigration Is a Major Issue

This isn’t the only reason, but it is an important one: Mexican man charged with raping a 13-year-old girl on a bus had NINETEEN deportations and removals.

Liberals don’t ride buses, but the rest of us are horrified:

A Mexican man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl on a Greyhound bus that traveled through Kansas had been deported 10 times and voluntarily removed from the U.S. another nine times since 2003, records obtained by The Associated Press show.

There used to be something called the rule of law. But under President Obama, the rule of law has largely disappeared. Laws that Obama favors are enforced, or if necessary made up out of whole cloth, while laws that he doesn’t favor, like those relating to immigration, are ignored, in violation of Obama’s oath of office. Never in our history have we had a president like this.

It’s not unusual to see immigrants with multiple entries without legal permission, said David Trevino, a Topeka immigration attorney also representing Martinez-Maldonado. Most of Martinez-Maldonado’s family lives in Mexico, but he also has family in the United States, and the family is “devastated,” Trevino said.

I am sure that illegal entry into the U.S. is not unusual. The family of Martinez-Maldonado’s rape victim apparently was unavailable for comment, but I suspect that they, too, were “devastated.” Likely even more so than the perpetrator’s family. But the Democratic Party has nothing to say to them. The Democrats’ priority is open borders, with the objective of importing millions of Democrat voters. Which is a major reason why Donald Trump will be our next president.

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