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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
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« Reply #116 on: 30 June 2019 at 15:22 »
So I guess this is the new thing by the propaganda media. They went from trying to convince everyone that their was no problem at our southern border or at the most no more than a manufactured crisis made by the president, to now saying it's a humanitarian crisis. And now they feel the need to tell us of every mud race invader that they find dead or have all but killed themselves from the journey to later die in border patrol custody on our dime.

How about this M.S.M. , just tell me when the government passes a policy to start executing these mud races as they step a foot over our borders and then I'll throw a party to celebrate. RAHOWA!!!

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Another migrant dies in Border Patrol custody

by Anna Giaritelli
June 29, 2019

A man from El Salvador has died while being held in federal immigration custody, U.S. Customs and Border Protection shared Saturday night.

The death marks the eighth such incident where a person in custody died after passing through Border Patrol this fiscal year, which started in October.

CBP has not shared details about incidents surrounding the death, including when he was taken to the hospital, the date of death, or what symptoms he was showing that prompted the hospital call.

“Protection are saddened by the unfortunate death of a 43-year-old man from El Salvador who was rushed to the hospital after falling into medical distress,” CBP said in a statement. “Our condolences are with his family. CBP is committed to the health, safety and humane treatment of those in our custody.”

A law enforcement official to the Associated Press the man, who crossed into the U.S. with his daughter, had been held at the Rio Grande Valley central processing center in McAllen, Texas, for about a week and had been medically checked after experiencing health problems. The official said the daughter, whose age has not been disclosed, was still in Border Patrol custody and is in the process of being transferred to a government-run shelter for unaccompanied children who cross the southern border.

Border Patrol and the Trump administration have been criticized in recent weeks for sub-standards some migrants are being held in at overcrowded federal facilities, including a recent incident at a Clint, Texas, facility involving children.
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7206077/Photos-migrants-held-overcrowded-cages.html

Photos taken by Homeland Security inspectors show migrants being held in dangerously overcrowded holding facility cells with some being forced to sleep on the ground with foil blankets and others only given wet wipes to stay clean.

The disturbing conditions were uncovered last month when Department of Homeland Security inspectors visited multiple holding facilities in Rio Grande Valley, Texas.

The photos showing migrants in detention were included in a report written by the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General that was made public on Tuesday. 

As public outrage grows over the conditions in which thousands of people - some no more than a few months old - are being held by the U.S. government, the report offered new cause for alarm.

The report was released a day after a group of Democratic congressmen, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, visited the Border Patrol facility in Clint, Texas, on the other side of the state, where lawyers previously reported some 250 children being detained in squalid conditions


The inspectors reported serious overcrowding at the facilities and prolonged detention of unaccompanied children, families and single adults.

The report states that children at three of the facilities inspected had no access to showers and limited access to a change of clothes.

While all facilities had infant formula, diapers, baby wipes and juice and snacks for the children, two facilities hadn't provided children with hot meals.

Some adults were being held in standing room only conditions for a week and others were being held for more than a month in overcrowded cells.

Many adults had only been given bologna sandwiches during their time in detention and had become so constipated they required medical attention. 

Border patrol management told the inspectors that some adult males had been clogging toilets with blankets and socks just so they could be released from the cells during maintenance.

The inspectors reported that they left one facility fearing their presence was a 'ticking time bomb' because detainees were banging on the cell windows and pressing notes to the glass about how long they'd been held in custody.

Agents were giving detainees wet wipes to maintain hygiene and most adults were still wearing the same clothes they'd arrived in days, weeks and even a month prior.

Inspectors reported that border patrol agents were holding about 8,000 detainees in custody when they visited and 1,500 had been in custody for more than 10 days


Around 7,500 people are detained there now, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Of those in custody, there were more than 50 children under the age of seven and some of them had been in custody for more than two weeks. 

Customs and Border Protection is responsible for providing short-term detention for those arriving without valid travel documents, the report states.

Government rules call for children to be held by the Border Patrol in their short-term stations for no longer than 72 hours before they are transferred to the custody of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The report, which was addressed to the acting DHS secretary Kevin McAleenan, urged the department to take immediate action on the issues of overcrowding and long-term detention.

The Border Patrol made 132,887 apprehensions in May, including 84,542 adults and children traveling together. With long-term facilities for adults and children at capacity, President Donald Trump's administration has said it has to hold people in unsuitable Border Patrol facilities for much longer than the 72 hours normally allowed by law.

In a statement included in the report, DHS blamed "an acute and worsening crisis" and said it had tried to expand detention capacity and improve the conditions under which migrant families are held. 

An autopsy report also released Tuesday confirmed that a 2-year-old child who died in April had multiple intestinal and respiratory infectious diseases, including the flu. Wilmer Josué Ramírez Vásquez is one of five children to die after being detained by border agents since late last year.

The autopsy report says Wilmer was in 'respiratory distress' when he was brought to an emergency room on April 6. His grandmother, Dorotea Castillo, told The Associated Press in June that Wilmer was already in delicate health when they left Guatemala, and crossed into the U.S. with a high fever and difficulty breathing.

The Border Patrol said after Wilmer's death that it had detained Wilmer and his mother for three days when his mother told agents her son was ill. It didn't specify if that was the first report or sign that Wilmer was sick. The agency did not respond to follow-up questions sent Tuesday

The head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection has already said he is stepping down as his agency is under siege over the discovery of dozens of children in filthy conditions at one of its stations in Texas.

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner John Sanders said in a message to employees that he would resign on July 5. He did not give a reason for leaving his job.

Lawmakers have so far been unable to impose standards of care and seek broader immigration reforms.

Trump signed an emergency $4.6 billion border funding package into law this week after lawmakers split over putting restrictions on how the money can be spent.

Some House Democrats wanted more standards on the facilities, but they ran up against resistance from centrist colleagues and those in the Senate.

Republicans complained that Democrats delayed the funding.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus led a tour of migrant facilities this week and lawmakers decried the conditions inside the Texas centers.

Lawmakers have said border officials were taking photos of the congressional delegation during the tour.

Some of the female members of Congress said it made them feel uneasy, given new revelations about a Facebook group of current and retired border agents posting derogatory comments about some of lawmakers, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y

The attorneys discussed the case on the condition that the AP not release the girl's name or her country of origin out of concern for her family's safety.

She and her sister are the latest of hundreds of migrant children who have been held this year in holding cells at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection station near El Paso that has come under fire for holding children in squalid and unsanitary conditions.

El Paso, Texas, attorney Taylor Levy, who worked with the girl's family, said she and her sister were separated from their aunt when they arrived in the U.S. on May 23.

The children were put in the Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas, for 12 days, Levy said. Their aunt is still being detained.

Levy said the girls' mother fled an abusive husband and arrived in the U.S. four years ago. She has applied for asylum.

The girls stayed behind with their aunt, but the three headed north in May after the girls' father threatened them, Levy said

The girl also added that the kids at the holding facility were frantically calling out for their parents and close relatives.

'There are some children, like the age of my sister, they cried for their mother or their father. They cried for their aunt. They missed them,' she said.

'They cried and they were locked up.'

Lawyers who visited the Clint facility last month after the girls had already been released said the conditions were perilous, with more than 250 children trying to take care of each other, passing toddlers between them, with inadequate food, water and sanitation.

The girl said that the one blanket that she was given and used to sleep on the floor with was not enough to fend off the cold-like conditions at the center.

'No, some children were sick. They said that they'd take them to hospitals, but they wouldn't take them,' she said.

Customs and Border Protection officials have repeatedly said the agency is 'in a crisis mode' with too many immigrants and not enough resources.

Customs gave journalists a tour of the Clint Border Station on June 26.

In a facility designed to temporarily hold 100 adults, there were 117 children when AP visited, well below the 700 children Border Patrol said were detained there at one point earlier this year.

On Friday, a federal judge ordered that an independent monitor appointed last year move 'post haste' to improve conditions at Border Patrol stations, where children are supposed to be held just 72 hours.

Some had been held almost a month at the Clint station.

Levy said she helped reunite the 12-year-old girl and her sister with their mother. The mother flew to Texas from Minnesota to pick them up on June 3 after a Border Patrol official told her the girls had been repeatedly hospitalized with the flu.

'It was an incredibly difficult reunification. The kids were just highly, highly traumatized,' Levy said.

The Border Patrol site is the same one that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez along with 14 members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus visited Monday.

'[Some] have been her for a few days but there are also children that have arrived to these facilities a couple of months [ago],' Ocasio-Cortez said.

'I also have concerns about the children that can only speaks K’iche, Mam o other dialects, indigenous languages.'

She also took Washington to task and said, 'we are caging indigenous people,' on her Twitter account on Monday.

The freshman congresswoman's visit also sparked a firestorm after the was accused of 'screaming and yelling' at border agents after allegedly catching them discussing setting up a GoFundMe fundraising page for an officer who photoshopped her face on an illicit image.

She denied she 'threatened' Customs and Border Protection officers.

AOC reportedly shouted at federal law enforcement agents 'in a threatening manner', and refused to tour the facility, according to two people who witnessed the incident.

'She comes out screaming at our agents, right at the beginning… Crying and screaming and yelling,' one witness said according to the Washington Examiner.

'The agents, they wanted to respond, but they held back because she's a congressional delegate. But when you have someone yelling at you in a threatening manner… They were like, 'Hey, you need to kinda step back.'

A second official claimed that while she was near the agents, Ocasio-Cortez hit out at them for a Facebook page which was exposed in which officers shared lewd images including a photoshopped picture of her giving Donald Trump oral sex.




Nobody invited them in there! If it’s getting too intense there chuck them in Peurto Rico for processing. Perhaps Mexico is a better place to be in anyway?
Build the wall instead of this “pussyfooting around”.
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« Reply #118 on: 03 July 2019 at 18:52 »
The title of this article acts like there's a cunning/secretive motive to A.O.C. Truthfully it's quite a simple explanation. She's a low IQ mud race that has White Jealousy. Just like the rest of our enemies who constantly attack us.

https://nypost.com/2019/07/02/behind-ocasio-cortezs-border-camp-theater

Behind Ocasio-Cortez’s border-camp theater

By Post Editorial Board
July 2, 2019 | 7:45pm | Updated

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) addresses the media after touring the Clint, Texas, Border Patrol Facility housing children.Getty Images

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is horrified at what she’s seen on her visit to a holding facility for illegal immigrants — just a week after she voted against emergency funding to improve conditions at what she’d taken to calling “concentration camps.”

This after months when Democrats insisted that talk of a border crisis was just a Trump administration contrivance, and refused to even vote on its requests for funds.

AOC has a great gift for theater, as in her claim that detained women are forced to drink from toilets — which apparently refers to standard plumbing units for these facilities, which hold both a sink and toilet.

This was almost as inspired as her stunt last fall, getting photographed with tears while supposedly viewing kids held in cages — when a wider shot revealed that she was actually looking at an empty lot.

All the outrage is supposed to lead the American public to blame President Trump. Even when Democrats admit that overcrowding at these “camps” dates at least to the Obama era, they pretend the US government is the cause of the chaos.

Yet Washington didn’t tell these migrants to travel across thousands of miles of Mexico to then cross the US border illegally. It’s the governments down in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to blame for conditions there, as El Salvador’s new president, Nayib Bukele, told the BBC on Monday.

If anyone’s encouraging them to come, it’s people out to provoke a crisis — immigration activists who think it will promote their desired reforms; drug cartels that profit from the border chaos; politicians back home, milking their own agendas.

The combination has created a wave of more than 100,000 illegal border-crossers a month, overwhelming the Border Patrol and the agencies tasked with housing, feeding and caring for the detainees.

Yet, though the migrants have been coached to claim asylum under US law, their motives are mainly economic: Undocumented immigrants from these countries have profited from time in the United States for decades, and the courts wind up denying most asylum claims.

The grassroots of the Democratic Party has gone full-bore #AbolishICE. The 2020 contenders are rushing out plans for waving the migrants through, and vowing to provide themwith free health care, too. But that’s not US law now, nor remotely what most Americans want — since it would plainly invite far larger waves, from across the globe.

AOC’s theatrics aim to play on American hearts — and distract American minds from her absurd prescriptions. At bottom, she’s just exploiting the suffering she claims to deplore.
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