The Mexican government has long sought to undermine U.S. immigration laws by assisting its citizens with information about how to sneak into the United States and, once there, what to do to both stay and take advantage of our various benefits programs. So that’s nothing new; Mexico has been doing this for decades, exporting the country’s poverty to its much richer, much more stable northern neighbor.
But now the Mexican government has gone a step further; it is actively working with the American Alt-Left to subvert President Donald J. Trump’s efforts to actually enforce all immigration laws, by advising its citizens to “take precautions” against federal immigration officials.
As reported by CNN, following the deportation of a 36-year-old woman with a criminal record, the Mexican government advised its citizens living north of the border to remain in contact with Mexican consular officials, no doubt after instructing those consulates to use every legal trick in the U.S. code book to thwart the Trump administration and federal immigration authorities. (RELATED: This will get worse before it gets better – stay tuned at InvasionUSA.news)
CNN noted further:
Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, 35, was deported Thursday after she checked in with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Phoenix a day earlier. The action sparked protests by the mother’s supporters and drew praise from proponents of stricter enforcement of immigration laws.
“The case involving Mrs. Garcia de Rayos illustrates a new reality for the Mexican community living in the United States, facing the most severe implementation of immigration control measures,” Mexico’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement Friday.
What CNN conveniently left out – which is not surprising – is that this woman has a felony record stemming from a workplace raid some years ago. She was arrested and charged after presenting immigration authorities with a false Social Security card (and the brain-dead Left swears there is no voter fraud).
Nevertheless, Mexican consulates “have intensified their work of protecting fellow nationals, foreseeing more severe immigration measures to be implemented by the authorities of this country, and possible violations to constitutional precepts during such operations and problems with due process,” the Mexican government statement continued.
There is nothing for the Mexican government to “protect” in the United States, not even its embassies and consulates, which are protected by U.S. authorities. In fact, the Mexican government can’t protect citizens within its own borders – from criminal activity, from murderous drug cartels, or from the human vermin who traffic Mexican poor like they were African slaves from the 17th century.
Meanwhile, the anti-American hate groups on the Alt-Left keep the country in turmoil and the Trump administration hamstrung with improper challenges to executive authority and perpetual protests financed in part by international puppet master and one-time Nazi collaborator George Soros. Many believe that Soros ought to be arrested and brought before a U.S. court to answer charges of providing support for domestic terrorism, among other things. (RELATED: Learn more about this globalist Marxist billionaire at Soros.news)
It’s not that Mexicans living illegally in the United States have never been deported. In fact, the previous president was known as the “Deporter in Chief” because so many were sent packing during his administration. All of this commotion is aimed at Trump, to undermine him and his efforts to enforce immigration law like he promised he would do during the campaign.
Why undermine conservatives and others who support Trump? Because the Alt-Left hate groups, including members of the Democratic Party – some of whom have used genuine hate speech against Trump and many of his Cabinet picks, including Attorney General (and former U.S. Sen.) Jeff Sessions – are so unhinged that Trump won that they are committed to opposition for opposition’s sake.
And now Mexico is on board.
The president has some options, and there is little doubt he is considering them. Among them, turning up the diplomatic heat on Mexico City regarding trade and other agreements, given that Mexico needs the American market far more than the reverse. That should go a long way towards getting some cooperation from south of the border, for a change.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.