Saturday, February 13, 2016

Quickies: Doing The Jobs Americans Won’t Do

     Such as killing Americans:

     It appears that the recent execution-style murder of a Massachusetts man was committed by two Central American teens that came to the U.S. as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) under President Obama’s open border free-for-all. Tens of thousands of illegal immigrant minors—mostly from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras—have entered the country through the Mexican border since the influx began in the summer of 2014 and the administration has relocated them nationwide.

     News reports indicate that the 17-year-olds charged in the gruesome Massachusetts killing entered the U.S. recently as UAC’s and both have ties to MS-13, according to authorities cited by various outlets. They lived in Everett and one of the teens, Cristian Nunez-Flores, moved to Massachusetts from his native El Salvador a year and a half ago which is when the influx of Central American minors began. His parents remain in El Salvador, according to a local news article. The other gangbanger’s name is Jose Vasquez Ardon and he too is a recent arrival from Central America. Prosecutors say the teens, described in a local news article as “baby-faced boys,” shot a 19-year-old in the head. Both are being held without bail for obvious reasons.

     The murderers are 17-year-olds, you say? Aren’t all the “refugees” presenting themselves at our borders claiming to be only seventeen? So why bother to mention it?

     Because it makes them nominally children, of course. Seventeen is a “magic number” in our system of laws. Magic numbers have some unfortunate effects. The above story highlights one of them.

     More to the point, the Obama Administration has made it a matter of policy to admit any “refugee” who claims to be seventeen or younger. These “children” are being distributed throughout the U.S. We’ve had MS-13 infestations as far north as New England. I can report a “private sector” effort to dispatch one here on Long Island, a few miles from my home.

     Given developments such as the above, anyone not wholly in favor of closing our borders, for a few years at least, is seriously deluded and not to be trusted. Verbum sat sapienti.

1 comment:

Joseph said...

Seriously deluded and not to be trusted? Left-wing collectivists have been telling me that for years.