Skip to comments.0: Total Refugees Admitted from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico in FY13
Posted on 07/16/2014 7:36:15 PM PDT by Nachum
According to refugee data from the U.S. Department of State, the federal government did not grant refugee protection to a single person from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador or Mexico in fiscal year 2013. Now, almost all of the unaccompanied children illegally crossing into the U.S. from Mexico are coming from those nations, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other congressional Democrats have described these illegal aliens as refugees. In the seven fiscal years from 2007 through 2013, a mere five Guatemalans and 25 Hondurans were granted refugee status in the United States. During that time, zero citizens of El Salvador
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But, we now...suddenly...have this *humanitarian crisis*. Riiiggght!
Nothing’s changed in these countries in the last decade....why the need to run from these dangerous countries, now?
Oh...that’s right...0 opened up our borders and paid for these *refugees* to get here. And the Pubbies helped fund his Operation Invasion.
Now suddenly we have 60k+?
The democrats are in a bind here.
I maintain that Obama will NEVER call these people “refugees.”
IF the USA declares these illegals refugees, the the UN treaty on refugees requires MEXICO (which Mexico ratified in the 1950s) to care for these illegals rather than put them on the freight train to Texas.
On a sort of related note, you don’t hear about Nicaragua. believe it or not Nicaragua is one of the safest places in Central America now. I HIGHLY recommend visiting. I met some wonderful people, made some great friends, and there is phenomenal fishing. I will be back.
What are they refugees from?
This illegal alien invasion could be stopped in a New Yawk minute if only we had somebody in Washington representing the American people. Cut off all aid, trade and relations with Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Ecuador. That would have those so-called parents down there asking each other, “It’s 10 o’clock. Do you know where your children are?”
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