Immigration Matters

The items posted in this column are provided by George Taylor, a retired Border Patrol agent.

We don’t need a DACA “solution” without understanding how DACA is the problem.
Posted May 14, 2018 by Daniel Horowitz

In Washington, there is a clamor from Democrats and liberal Republicans to enact a “DACA solution.” In the real world, DACA is the problem. It is what incentivized the entire atmosphere at the border to bring in hundreds of thousands of Central Americans, record amounts of lethal drugs, dangerous gangs and new youth recruits, and now Middle Easterners.

MS-13 and the drug cartels bring in Central American youths
As we’ve explained before, it’s no mystery why both the drug and gang crises took off after the 2013-2015 surge of teenage boys coming over the border. The boys served as drug mules and new gang recruits, empowering the drug cartels and the gangs with a politically protected supply of new recruits. The cartels understand that our political culture sympathizes with “children” and will treat them leniently. Sadly, there is no sympathy for the communities in northern Virginian that are devastated by the gang recruitment.

American schoolchildren and taxpayers are the victims.

Posted March 12, 2018 by Daniel Horowitz

“MS-13 is ‘taking over the school,’ one teen warned before she was killed.”

That is the title of a Washington Post story from the weekend.

This article is very instructive and answers most of the questions as to how and why the Parkland School Shooting took place and made such an event predictable.

We as a nation have gotten away from the rule of law gradually for political purposes, nowhere is that more evident than with DACA and Refugee Resettlement.  Clearly the political purpose in these two programs are not in the best interest of America.

We strongly suspect that this politically correct policing is prevalent nationwide all the way up the law enforcement ladder to include the FBI and no one group of people are more responsible than the lap dog press because all of the indicators were there and continue to be obvious.

This all you need to know about meaningful solutions to gun violence and the opioid crisis in America.

This is what must be addressed and folks it is so, so simple to understand and the solution is available and we do not need any new legislation to produce the desired results.

Please pay particular attention to the last paragraph.

Zack Taylor, Chairman
We have body counts in once wealthy suburbs due to gangs and the opioid crisis. Here is how DACA, suspension of immigration enforcement, and sanctuary cities led to the twin crises that are destroying the fabric of our country. Yet, Republicans refuse to go on offense. Where are the town halls with victims of DACA?
DACA and sanctuary cities fueling gang and opioid crises



February 13, 2018 02:08 PM
Updated February 13, 2018 05:28 PM
A thrice-deported Mexican and his partner in moving methamphetamine each face 10 years to life in federal prison after they transported $400,000 worth of crystal meth for sale to an undercover agent.

Actually, Saul Bustos Bustos, 38, and Irepan Salgado, 24, rolled into town from Atlanta with seven kilograms of meth, worth $560,000 on the street, based on CrystalMethAddiction.org’s generalized $80 per gram street price. But only five kilos were set to be sold to the undercover agent.

Mexico openly admits that they intend meddling in U.S. politics.

And why is that overlooked? Dreamers and DACA applicants are not only Illegal Aliens they are also potential meddlers in U.S. Politics.

I will tell you why, because Americans believe fake news and ignore the facts.

Zack Taylor, Chairman NAFBPO.org


Memo From Middle America: Forget Supposed Russian Meddling—Why Is Flagrant Mexican Meddling Ignored By Our Political Class?
Allan Wall


33 pounds of fentanyl – enough to wipe out Massachusetts – seized in Boston
Fox News20 hours ago

A police investigation in Boston called "Operation High Hopes" led to the seizure of more than 33 pounds of fentanyl.

A police investigation in Boston called "Operation High Hopes" led to the seizure of more than 33 pounds of fentanyl. (Suffolk County District Attorney's Office.)

 JANUARY 19, 2018


Immigrants entering the United States illegally through the southern border are quietly being relocated to different parts of the country on commercial flights, high-ranking Homeland Security officials told Judicial Watch this week. In the last few days alone, groups of illegal aliens boarded planes at airports in Texas and Arizona accompanied by a taxpayer-funded government escort in civilian clothes to avoid drawing attention. The first flight originated at Valley International Airport in Harlingen, Texas and was bound for Minneapolis. The second left from Tucson International Airport and arrived in Salt Lake City, Utah, federal sources said. In both locations the illegal aliens appeared to be in their late teens and were escorted by a Health and Human Services (HHS) chaperone. Judicial Watch reached out to HHS for comment but did not hear back from the agency.