The United States Government from the president down brags about family unification and reuniting the families; but now, to be liked and politically correct, the government, in its political maneuvering, is trying to separate those children at the border from their families and their biological parents.
During an interview on Face The Tribune radio show, Astrid Silva stated that these children were not coming here for economic reasons but for life-saving reasons due to the fear that the gangs and drug cartels could recruit these children and use them for criminal activities.
First, we believe that some of these “children” already look like adults; some of them have their whole body tattooed, and in many cases with gang symbols, looking more like the chaperons — making sure that the kids do not separate from each other and become good kids.
Then, we ask what should we do with our children, send them to another country to avoid them being recruited by the gangs that already exist here?
Street gangs are a growing problem in southern Nevada. The FBI ranks Clark County as the 10th worst area in the nation for the number of gang members. More than 15,000 roam the streets, and those are just the ones authorities know about.
With more than 15,000 gang members identified through the report, those who work closely with gang members say more needs to be done.
Biker gangs are getting more and more members. Hispanic-based gangs are expanding faster than other gangs. Twenty states, including Nevada, are seeing these same trends.
Should we start sending our children to another country at its government expense to take our children from the hands of the gang recruiters?
The United States should do the right thing and reunite these immigrant children with their families in their own country and then get to work on keeping our children safe and gang-affiliation free.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) report “Increasing Coordination between Mexican Drug Cartels, Alien Smuggling Networks, and U.S.-Based Gangs,” stated:
“Federal, state, and local law enforcement officials are observing a growing nexus between the Mexican drug cartels, illegal alien smuggling rings, and U.S.-based gangs. The alien smuggling networks that operate along the Southwest border are unable to move human cargo through drug cartel controlled corridors without paying a fee. The
typical Mexican illegal alien now pays approximately $1,200 to $2,500 for entry into the United States. The fee is considerably higher for aliens smuggled from countries other than Mexico, which may even be more alluring for the cartels. It is estimated that criminals earn billions of dollars each year by smuggling aliens through Mexico into
the United States.” — Source: House Committee on Homeland Security, U.S. Congress
Are our children not worth protecting from these gangs? Should we not rely on the government of those other countries to support our children while they are in their jurisdictions running away from the danger of being recruited by these gangs and cartel members like the U.S. Government and political peons are trying to force the country to
do with these children at the border?
Maybe those children who came to the United States through no fault of their own should not be included. They were brought here at a very tender age without anyone asking them what their choice was; many of them have no idea what their country of origin looks like and have no friends or memories of that country, some of them do not even speak
However, these children — as our politicians like to call them — girls with bra size 34D and boys with an XL shirt size and pants that could easily fit American retired basketball player Shaquille O’Neal, are camping on the United States border and should be reunited with their families in their own countries, allowing their own government and
their families to protect them from the gangs and the drug cartels while we in this family handle our own gangs and cartels and protect our own families and our own children.
It is time for the United States government to stop putting its nose everywhere else and starts caring for its American families; our government officials should remember that charity begins at home.