Bureaucrats and their hired buffoons are a far greater threat to our freedoms than all foreign threats combined.
Toss in our taxes, taken from us by the threat of force, are used to subsidize those enslaving us.
And their pensions are typically far superior to what the masses of mere commoner folks receive.
I came to make a comment but Ms. Frantes got here first.
I worked alongside migrants and year-round hired hands in the northern San Joaquin Valley with the UFW flag flying nearby.
When I first came back from military duties in SE Asia in the 1970s field work was the only work I could find.
The tidal wave of illegals entering the fields greatly harmed the workers by upsetting the supply/demand economic equation.
As the years sped by the majority of "entrants" headed for the cities and ignored agriculture.
The same supply/demand equation commenced harming working-poor and unemployed citizens.
But the job offerers profited and those renting out housing were able to keep raising rental costs due to the ever-growing demand artificially created by the "entrants."
To continue the "progress" created by the political correctness mob may I suggest always using the term "flesh tone" when describing suspects; especially those murdering and/or raping folks.
No mention of any possible "not quite a citizen...yet" status means nothing since MANY media outlets, print and broadcast, local and national, refuse to mention citizenship status.This allows illegals to continue committing a HUGE amount of crime without the masses of citizens unaware of the parameters of the dangers We, the People face daily.
And the pervasive sense of honor of the vast majority of those dwelling within the USA ( I can't use the word 'citizen' anymore) ensures that a HUGE percentage of those seeking treatment are doing so foe legitimate reason(s).
Admire that old-fashioned entrepreneurial spirit. The lads will assuredly become excellent high-level corporate critters and/or lackey figurehead federal-level politicos.
I still root for Thunderchild.
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