Congressman Joe Heck in the next general election, has so little
knowledge of what is happening at our borders and speaks about a
“humanitarian approach” when she, herself, said she is just starting
to look into the issue… meaning she just doesn’t know much about
“supposed” unaccompanied children sent across the border.
Apparently Ms. Bilbray is too concerned about other issues that she
failed to watch pictures of the supposed “unaccompanied children” who
are coming across with their mothers in tow and many of those mothers
with their bellies ready to explode and give birth in the United States.
With the wave of illegal immigrants crossing America’s southern
border, Americans are rightfully anxious that the government has
simply chosen not to enforce the United States’ border security laws.
Gang members reportedly belong to some of the most dangerous gangs in
Central America and Mexico, like MS-13, the so-called “unaccompanied
children,” because they are 16 and 17 years old and are crossing our
borders and have our Border Patrol agents handcuffed (so to speak)
because they are deemed to be “minors.”
Illegal immigrant children crossing the border “unaccompanied,” with
the mother, or who knows who else, in tow (which means they are not
‘unaccompanied’), are making the trip to America because they have
been told that the Obama administration will not deport them,
especially if they are minors, once they arrive in the United States.
When President Obama declared that the Department of Homeland Security
would not be deporting so-called DREAMers — illegal immigrants aged
16-30, he meant people already living in the United States, not the
gang members now crossing our borders. (Or did he?)
Obama was clearer: “Those DREAMers are Americans in their heart, in
their minds, in every single way but one: on paper.”
The following is a list of specific requirements one would need in
order to qualify for the current version of the DREAM Act.
—Must have entered the United States before the age of 16 (i.e. 15 and younger)
—Must have been present in the United States for at least five (5)
consecutive years prior to enactment of the bill.
—Must have graduated from a United States high school, or have
obtained a GED, or have been accepted into an institution of higher
education (i.e college/university)
—Must be between the ages of 12 and 35 at the time of application.
—Must have good moral character.
Chris Cabrera, the vice president of the National Border Patrol
Council Local 3307 in the Rio Grande Valley told National Review:
“I’ve heard people come in and say, ‘You’re going to let me go, just
like you let my mother go, just like you let my sister go. You’re
going to let me go as well, and the government’s going to take care of
The Border Patrol agents have reunited dangerous gang members with
their families in the United States. And Cabrera asked, “If he’s a
confirmed gang member in his own country, why are we letting him in
Ms. Bilbray publicly says that she is now starting to look into the
issue of the “unaccompanied minors” crossing our borders and she
considers the fact that the United States should take a “humanitarian
Personally, I would like to ask Ms. Bilbray, if, IF, she becomes a
Congresswoman, how does she plan to control the gang infiltration from
Mexico and Central America of what she calls and supports, a
My question is, if for years Mexico has been blocking the crossing of
Central Americans from the northern borders, how all of a sudden
60,000 or more supposed Central American “unaccompanied” children have
crossed our southern borders without any problem, whatsoever. Is
Mexico trying to create chaos to our country?
This is something Ms. Bilbray needs to consider if she wants to be a
I honestly would like to know how Ms. Bilbray’s “humanitarian
approach” would work when new gang activities infect the streets of
I am willing to bet that many of those 16-year-olds Ms. Bilbray calls
“children” have already impregnated several innocent girls in their
country before arriving here claiming to be “children.”
If Ms. Bilbray wants to be a Congresswoman, she needs to start by
defending the rights of the American people before anybody else’s.
Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She
writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky,
email her at pviasmensky@lasvegas tribune.com.