Skip to comments.The US is being invaded. Mass illegal immigration is war by another means.
Posted on 07/02/2014 11:57:05 PM PDT by Usagi_yo
I laughed when you called Flubber a traitor over Benghazi. Now you can laugh at me when I call Flubber a traitor over the mass invasion into the U.S.
” Now you can laugh at me when I call Flubber a traitor over the mass invasion into the U.S.”
No laughter here. You’re exactly right.
This is how countries are lost.
I’m not laughing at you. I agree with you!
I wonder how many Middle Eastern terrorists have masqueraded as illegal immigrants and been waved through so far, probably with bomb making material in tow? And knowingly by this traitor administration...
This is biological warfare with the diseases being brought in. It reminds me of when Muzztards would haul plagued bodies over the walls of crusader castles, except we have no walls.
Who needs terrorists with bombs when drunken, unlicensed illegals produce comparable carnage on roads? Who needs terrorists with vials of microbes when nearly same microbes are carried inside and outside of people who, in their native countries, never saw a doctor? Who needs terrorists who take a hostage and demand political surrender when thousands of illegals crowd the streets, wave their flags, and demand political surrender?
U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 10 ...
No State shall, without Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.
I believe our southern border would qualify as an actual invasion, one that will not admit of delay.
Sounds to me like Arizona can deploy troops without approval, should they see fit.
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