Cops in Montgomery County, Maryland, have arrested yet another illegal alien on yet another rape charge. Though the story is much the same as others, it does have a twist. Cops picked him up for a sex crime last summer, but prosecutors dismissed the charge.
If you want to know why Invasion USA continues apace, look no further than Big Migration, a lucrative racket so brazen that border-jumping migrants “can now offer Yelp-style reviews for attaining the finest in illegal alien–enabling services, not just in one’s choice of smuggling coyote, but in all the vast numbers of choices in NGOs offering shelters and services,” writes American Thinker’s Monica Showalter. So much for illegals being “in the shadows.”
Six people charged with murdering a man in Baltimore County, Maryland, have been identified by federal officials as MS-13 gang members who were in the country illegally.
Representative Ilhan Omar has called for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to handle mass migration at the U.S. southern border.
Staffers for Representative Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) were barred from CBP facilities after reportedly disrupting operations and being rude to officers.
Another illegal alien raped a woman in Montgomery County, Maryland, authorities allege, but the Maryland suburb that declared itself a sanctuary appears to be less concerned about the safety of the county’s women than the “rights” of illegal aliens.
VIDEO - In this episode of Duke's Take, Dr. Pesta continues his interview with Stefan Molyneux, the founder and host of Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophical show in the world. Molyneux discusses the economic ramifications of open borders and mass migration on the United States.
The White House is reportedly drafting an order that would allow states and cities to decide whether to let in refugees approved by the federal government.
DHS on Wednesday announced a new rule that would end the 20-day limit on detention of migrant family units.
A steady stream of real Americans, mostly black, showed up to apply for jobs at the Koch Foods poultry plant in Forest, Mississippi, after last week’s immigration raid knocked a hole in the company’s workforce.