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Written by DML
The southern border is the worst I have ever seen it.  There is no better way for me to support my opinion than from an email I received from North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement (NCFIRE).

Dear NC immigration activists,
April 2019 was a busy month for illegal alien child rapers in NC. (Keep in mind, our monthly reports only cover about 30 of the 100 total counties in NC, so our figures are undoubtedly low).

During April, we were able to document 26 illegal aliens who accumulated 95 separate charges of child rape/child sexual assault against the children of NC.

The charges in the 1st four months of 2019 are running WAY ahead of the charges in the 1st four months of 2018. We have reported 330 separate charges in 2019 as compared to 251 in 2018 during the same time frame.

There is only ONE reason for this increase…. the lack of ANY desire by the NCGA to enact ANY sort of deterrent to illegals coming into NC in the first place. (Cheap illegal alien labor and campaign cash from the Chamber of Commerce and the Farm Bureau).

With EVERY state around NC having strong illegal immigration enforcement measures, where do our legislators think these illegal aliens are going to go?

Enough is enough! It is time we DEMAND ENFORCEMENT.

The email from NCFIRE is a wake up call.  Is cheap labor so important that our children must be violated?  NCFIRE and its President, James Johnson should be commended for doing such amazing work.  But they are covering just 30 counties in a state with 100 counties.  Imagine what the numbers would be if they covered all 100.  Imagine what the numbers would be if they covered all 50 states.

If you hire illegal workers, you should be ashamed of yourself.

Keep in mind, the assaults and rapes are just some of the abuse our kids take.  The picture above shows the impact of the diseases coming through the border.  Chicken pox, measles, bird flu… the list is long.  But the US government and the employers who hire these people do not care.

To view NCFIRE’s latest report, click on this link: April2019
As always, to view our entire list of monthly reports, click on this link:

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