So tired of all the winning. From the very first day Donald Trump could call himself "president," we've heard leftists and establishment conservatives say that his aggressive diplomatic style -- of negotiating with other governments -- won't produce anything useful. Trump was just angering them, and by doing so, he would actually end up undermining America's national interests.
Well, I think we can put that criticism of the president to rest:
BREAKING- Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 troops to the US-Mexico border to curve migration flow. An additional ~2,000 National Guard elements have also been deployed across the country’s southern border with Guatemala & Belize.: MX Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval #CNN— Nick Valencia (@CNNValencia) June 24, 2019
Tariffs and economic sanctions never work. You know what does work, every single time? Sending US troops to invade and then nation-build other countries. That works every time, 60% of the time.*90 Miles from Tyranny: Deported Illegal Alien Arrested for Allegedly Raping Tennessee Woman
* Caution: May not work 60% of the time.
An illegal alien who was already deported from the United States has been arrested on rape charges after returning to Knoxville, Tennessee.WaEx, Illegal immigrants learn a trick to sneak in: Dress like drug smugglers
Javier Morales, an illegal alien, allegedly raped a woman in January, pinning her to a wall and sexually assaulting her, according to local police. Before being prosecuted for the rape, the illegal alien was deported back to his native country.
Local officials placed warrants on Morales in the event that he returned to Knoxville. This week, Morales was arrested and charged for the rape after he arrived back in Knoxville after being deported, according to WVLT.
Currently, the illegal alien is being held at the Knoxville County Jail.
The rape case is the latest incident in Tennessee in which American citizens have been reportedly victimized by illegal aliens. 22-year-old Piece Corcoran was killed last year in a crash caused by an illegal alien who has yet to be prosecuted for his death.
Similarly, in April, Debbie Burgess was allegedly killed in Knoxville by an illegal alien driver. That same month, in Shelby County, Tennesee, a five-time deported illegal alien was charged with murdering a four-month-old baby by kicking the child to death. In Dyersburg, Tennessee in January, a pair of illegal aliens were charged with gang-raping a...
Single adults racing across one part of the U.S.-Mexico border are dressing as drug smugglers to make it less likely they'll be caught.Any illegal alien arrested wearing camo should be assumed to be an enemy combatant.
Approximately 90% of unauthorized immigrant adults arrested by federal agents based in Tucson, Ariz., are dressed in head-to-toe camouflage and wear carpet booties that are also covered in a camouflage pattern.
Historically, individuals who were arrested near the border and dressed in camouflage and carpet booties were drug smugglers. Agents refer to these types of drug smugglers as “mules” because they carried 40- to 50-pound backpacks of marijuana and ArmaLite Rifles through the desert.
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Since the start of the fiscal year in October, more than 31,000 single adults have been apprehended in the Tuscon area after illegally crossing.
"Of that 31,000, I would estimate more than 90% to be in camo," Pete Bidegain III, a regional spokesman for the Border Patrol, wrote in an email to the Washington Examiner.
Before crossing from Mexico’s northern state of Sonora, smugglers make each person who has paid thousands to get into the U.S. put on a sweatpants-type material camouflage outfit over the clothes they are already wearing.
“The smugglers on the south side of the border in our sector essentially require it,” Bidegain said during a phone call.
The camouflage outfits allow people to blend in with the desert landscape while the carpet booties prevent them from leaving behind tracks that would otherwise lead agents right to them. Only single adults, not families and children, are being apprehended in the camo outfits. Bidegain explained that families do not need to blend in with the terrain because they are seeking out law enforcement to claim asylum and not trying to avoid U.S. officials.