“Guilt” as an emotion has been weaponized by the leftist/liberals who want to promote their agenda and undermine law and order.
San Antonio Democrat congressman Joaquin Castro and several House Democrats crossed the U.S/Mexico border and visited the tent camps of migrants on Friday, Jan.17. They condemned President Trump and his immigration and border security policies while sympathizing with the "migrants."
Castro, who is also chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, wrote on Twitter, "Just left the border. We were able to get a young girl with a heart defect and Down's Syndrome allowed into the United States with her family while their asylum claim is considered. She had been denied yesterday.”
Like reporting on the research of an obvious survey question, the Pew Research Center said that a majority of respondents in Latin Americans countries oppose or disapprove of the border wall. However, it's interesting that the Pew Research Center doesn't understand the will of Americans to protect and secure their country.
Opinion writer Ruben Navarrette views Hispanics who assimilation and who support for Trump in negative terms. He compares "Latinos for Trump" to “chickens for Colonel Sanders,” and call President Trump “the most anti-Latino chief executive in U.S. history.”
If Navarrette is going to analyze and criticize pro-Trump Latinos (like me), let me do likewise with him.
Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has announced Texas will not accept any more refugees through the federal resettlement program. The announcement has caused a meltdown among liberals, leftists, and the immigrant/poverty industry supporters. Still, a careful review of Texas’ immigrant and refugee history gives an understanding of how much the State has done for newcomers.
Between 1910 and 1920, during the chaos of the Mexican Revolution, nearly a million Mexicans fled from the conflict in the first massive wave of Mexican immigration into the United States. The majority of these “refugees” settled in Texas and California.
Again, beginning in 1975 through 1982, over 60,000 Vietnamese settled in Texas, mostly in the Houston area. The majority of these Vietnamese refugees were educated persons who fled the communists after the fall of South Viet Nam.
"Mexico News Daily" is reporting that a feud over water caused the recent attack on the Mormon women and children. However, the massacre was carried with weapons that are not generally used by farmers, especially since private gun-ownership is against the law in Mexico.
This news report appears to be “spin” by the Mexican news media who are reacting to the international interest but fear to report the facts because of cartel threats. Many Mexican reporters have been killed, and news editors fear for their lives. However, the massacre is too big of a news story to ignore, so Mexican news has had to write an alternative narrative.