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25 bad hombres pulled from caravan and deported from Mexico

Hayabusa Rider

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I thought it went well with your pro illegal immigration, or the lie or in Trumpspeak, open border people.
 

Vic

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I thought it went well with your pro illegal immigration, or the lie or in Trumpspeak, open border people.
It's just typical Slow. He makes absurdly false representations about other people's positions, and then gets his little panties all in a bunch if someone returns the favor, even sarcastically.
Makes you wonder if he really is stupid and/or brainwashed enough to actually believe the shit he posts.
 

Hayabusa Rider

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It's just typical Slow. He makes absurdly false representations about other people's positions, and then gets his little panties all in a bunch if someone returns the favor, even sarcastically.
Makes you wonder if he really is stupid and/or brainwashed enough to actually believe the shit he posts.
I'm leaning towards 'It's better to be talked badly about than not be talked about at all "
 
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Heaven knows we dont have any gangs already in this country. And even then, they were stopped *before* they would have reached the wall.

BTW, for all those who are approving the wall and Trumps emergency declaration, do you remember who Trump claimed over and over again (during the campaign) would pay for the wall? Mexico. Only two options to this absurd boast.
1. He was outright lying, and knew all along Mexico would not pay for it. or
2. He is such a megalomaniac that he thinks he can force/convince anyone to do what he wants in the face of any logic or common sense.
Not sure which is scarier for someone who is leading the country.
 

HomerJS

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25 / 1600 = 1.5% and change. That's just one gang from one country. I wonder what the total number of criminals there are in the caravan? Other gang, independent thugs?

Build the wall.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/mexico-deports-ms-13-gang-members-found-in-caravan-near-texas-border

https://www.foxnews.com/world/25-ms-13-gang-members-deported-from-caravan-in-mexico-officials-say
Another knee jerk post just to kiss Trump's ass without reading his own post
The group of migrants arrived on buses in the Mexican border city Feb. 4 and have been held there as they wait to make asylum claims at U.S. ports of entry.
The group was headed towards a legal point of entry not traveling across the desert. More resources at those locations and more asylum judges along with technology is the answer.
 
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Vic

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Right, vetting people is all Trump supporters want. Liberals are pro illegal immigration today.
If vetting people is all that Trumpees want, and the vetting system is presently working, as your OP demonstrated, then why is the wall a national emergency? And why is liberal opposition to that phony national emergency (while liberals do support the current vetting system that is working and is supposedly all that Trumpees want) mean that liberals are pro-illegal immigration?

Obviously, you're just full of shit.
 

MooseNSquirrel

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25 / 1600 = 1.5% and change. That's just one gang from one country. I wonder what the total number of criminals there are in the caravan? Other gang, independent thugs?

Build the wall.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/mexico-deports-ms-13-gang-members-found-in-caravan-near-texas-border

https://www.foxnews.com/world/25-ms-13-gang-members-deported-from-caravan-in-mexico-officials-say
What a bunch of losers. The criminal rate amongst native born Americans is MUCH higher. Also that detention center initially had around 2000 people, so lower than 1.5%.

"
There is no federal data on the number of people with a criminal conviction living in the U.S.

The U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics does have an estimate for how many people were under correctional supervision in 2015. The bureau reported 6.7 million adults either incarcerated or on parole or probation. That’s close to three out of every 100 adults.

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So in fact, these migrants have LOWER rate of criminality than the general US population.

So tell us SlowTrumper, what is the percentage of refugees? Why focus on the criminals?

Quote from the Examiner, which isn't exactly (to put it mildly) a bastion of reporting excellence.

"Mexican officials say MS-13 gang members from El Salvador infiltrated a group of migrants that traveled in a caravan from Central America to the country's border with Texas. "

so...

1. Mexican officials say (thats where the m-13 data came from)
2. Group of migrants which represent (according to "Mexican officials say") non criminals 98.5 %

That's a lot of money for a very small problem, a problem we created in the first place with our Central and South American interventions, and which apparently Trump is keen on repeating in Venezuela.
 
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