by James Buchanan
A Breitbart news article reports “Mexico’s former ambassador to the U.S. said that 30 million “undocumented immigrants” are living in the United States in the beginning of an interview before later stating a different number at the conclusion. The former diplomat, Arturo Sarukhan, took to MSNBC to attack presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s recently released plan to secure the border and deport illegal immigrants. The MSNBC clip began with presidential hopeful and Florida Senator Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) claiming that only 12 or 13 million illegal immigrants are in the country.”
“The former ambassador stated, ‘If you were to deport the 30 million undocumented immigrants in the United States that’s going to cost you about 130 billion dollars.’ Contrary to the former ambassador’s initial numbers and to Rubio, MSNBC showed an image while Sarukhan spoke claiming 11 million illegal aliens were in the country. Sarukhan then stated later in the interview that there are 11.3 million illegal immigrants in the country, though he did not address his former assertion that 30 million are here. Many conservative and border watchdog groups have long contended that the actual number of illegal immigrants in the U.S. is closer to 30 million while the U.S. government contends the number is closer to 11 million.”
Whenever a politician says that the number of illegal aliens in the US is 11 million or even 12 million, he is basically saying that he thinks you are gullible and that you’ll believe anything that comes out of his mouth. Remember these are the same politicians that said that NAFTA and GATT would be good for America, rather than cause the massive outsourcing of eight million manufacturing jobs. These politicians also tell us that Diversity is good for us even though our own eyes tell us that Diversity just means that needy Third World people are invading the US and making the streets more dangerous.
Politicians were throwing around the “11 million” figure back during the 2008 Republican primary debates. Even then, that number was considered way too low and that 20 million was a much more realistic number. Do they expect us to believe that zero additional illegal aliens have invaded the US since 2008? One source notes that in 2013, there were 414,397 arrests of illegal aliens at the border. Let’s say that the Border Patrol is only catching one out of three illegal aliens and -under Obama- do we even deport the illegals caught at the border anymore? The number of illegals getting across the southern border and staying per year could easily be 1.2 million per year. Add to that a few hundred thousand Africans and Arabs and Asians flying into the US and overstaying their visas every year, and that gets us up to 1.5 million illegal aliens per year.
Seven years have passed since 2008, so that would be 7 times 1.5 million or 10.5 million additional illegal aliens added to the 20 million (from 2008) would bring us up to the 30 million number that the former Mexican ambassador blurted out.
If you want more evidence, why not some info accidentally released by our government?
An article in the UK Daily Mail from 2014 reports that “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services plans to seek a vendor to produce as many as 34 million blank work permits and ‘green cards’ – the paperwork that authorizes immigrants to live and work in the United States – as the White House prepares to issue an executive order after the Nov. 4 midterm elections.”
So our government secretly thinks that there are 34 million illegal aliens, but they still feed us the “11 million” figure that never increases. This is meant to brainwash Americans into thinking that another Amnesty would not be that bad and would only change the demographics a little. The truth is that America is on the verge of becoming a Third World nation, and a mass Amnesty would push us a whole lot closer and would give the Democrats the permanent majority that they’ve been plotting for years.