Obama DHS Published Instructions for Mexican Asylum Seekers
“According to the clear guidelines published on the Internet and updated by the Obama administration in mid-June, there’s an easier way to cross to gain entrance to the United States: simply step right up to a border crossing and tell the officials that you have a “crediblee fear” of persecution or torture. Use that exact phrasing and you may be able to enter the USA while you await a hearing before an immigration judge…a process that could take years. As Breitbart News reported yesterday in a story that swept through the Internet, that’s exactly what’s been happening recently with a flood of new asylum requests that seem designed to overwhelm the system,” Breitbart News reports.
Left Wing Groups Finance GOP Amnesty Supporters
“An unprecedented collection of political bedfellows has coalesced this year on the reform side of the immigration debate: liberal Latino organizations and Republican operatives, the Chamber of Commerce and labor unions, faith groups and high-tech companies. And as with the Sharry contribution, some left-leaning groups are financing Republican pro-immigration groups,” the LA Times writes.
“The tide of corporate money has moved the debate away from the promise of the poem on the Statue of Liberty to welcome the tired, the poor and the freedom-seekers, FAIR President Dan Stein said. ‘Now, it’s give us your industrial and farm workers who are low-wage and poorly educated, or give us the technical talent from somebody else’s economy,’ Stein said.”
Judge Rules Criminal Illegal Aliens Must Have Bond Hearings After 6 Months
“Immigration detainees in Southern California are entitled to a bond hearing after being in custody for more than six months, a federal judge has ruled. A preliminary injunction granting the bond hearings had been in place for the past year. Senior U.S. District Judge Terry J. Hatter Jr. made the order permanent Wednesday and established that the hearings should be provided automatically rather than only at the detainee’s request,” the LA Times writes.
“Before the preliminary injunction, immigrants who were caught as they entered the country did not receive bond hearings, though some were released through an administrative parole process. Some detainees with criminal records were also held without bond hearings. Immigrants without criminal records who were picked up within U.S. borders did receive hearings.”