Las Vegas Tribune
Back in the 1980s Democrat president Jimmy Carter made a deal with communist tyrant Fidel Castro and opened the doors of the Cuban prisons and allowed many of those housed in there to come to the U.S.
These common criminals were blended with honest victims of Cuban communism but the United States government had no way to separate one group from the other so they were all placed in a man-made shack under a bridge in the middle of the predominant Cuban Southwest area known as Little Havana.
There were no walls nor roof; no beds to sleep on, no tables to eat from nor chairs to sit on, but the United States government needed to sort out the bad apples that Castro had forced upon the American people.
The United States government needed to know who the criminals were and who the political victims of the communist regime that had taken over the Caribbean island were; the political prisoners were legit anti-communists who feared for their life and not for monetary reasons, looking for work or a better life.
The American communists in the United States Congress are accusing the duly elected administration of Donald Trump of creating concentrations
camps for the groups of those who came in “the caravan” that was paid for by so-called “unknown sources” to force themselves into the peaceful life of the American people.
Many American citizens and legal residents are questioning where the American communists in the United States Congress were while these Cubans were forced into a chicken-wire fenced-in man-made camp with no roof, no walls, no beds, no tables, or even any chairs to sit upon,
exposed to the elements, whether the drenching rain or the scorching sun, 24 hours a day.
People who choose to enter the country en masses, and illegally, need to know that the American government is within its rights to protect those who are already here; to preserve the safety and the welfare of its citizens by in some way vetting the health, the criminal history and the political affiliations of those wanting to enter, and trying to enter the American territory in any way possible.
There may have been some criminals that Castro forced out of its prison and there were also political refugees, but no one had broken any immigration laws, they all entered the country legally.
While this country always had open arms, it still had the obligation to look out for the safety of its citizens. In the 1900s Ellis Island housed Italians, Irish, Germans and citizens of other nationalities wanting to enter the United States of America.
In the decade of the fifties, just after the arrival of the communist regime in the neighboring island of Cuba, the American government opened the Opa-loka Air Force Base in the city of Opa-loka, twenty four miles from Miami Florida, to house the exodus of the anti-communist Cubans wanting to exit the island taken over by the Castro Brothers and its gang of criminals.
The Jimmy Carter and Fidel Castro Marielitos were not as lucky as were their predecessors upon entering the United States and were housed under an interstate overpass near downtown as temporary shelter for homeless refugees of the Cuban sea-lift known as the Tent City border with a chicken-wire fence with no roof, no walls, no beds, no tables to eat on or chairs to sit down on, open to the rain, the sun and under the moon with the blessing of the American communists in the United States Congress who today cry wolf over the caravan of immigrants coming from Central America who are housed in a real building structure, and who have beds and pillows, bathroom facilities, and water to drink and in which to bathe.
Perhaps someone needs to show these people photographs of real Jewish concentration camps and the suffering those people endured while in a
real concentration camp. Those American communists in the United States Congress need to get real and stop playing politics with the feelings and needs of those being used for political reasons.
Those people need to stop bitching, be thankful for what they are given and show gratitude for being here.