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White House: ‘Most’ Alien Children Will Be Sent Home

From Reuters:

White House says most children at border to be sent home

By Steve Holland | July 8, 2014

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House said on Monday that most unaccompanied minors flooding into the United States from Central America will not be allowed to stay as the Obama administration prepares to ask Congress for $2 billion to address the border crisis.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said most of the border-crossers would not qualify to stay in the United States.

How many times are they going to repeat this lie? These illegal alien ‘children’ have been flooding into our country since last October. How many have been sent home? (Hint: none.)

And what is with the use of "most"? That could mean 49 percent of them are going to stay.

Those who possibly could get asylum are children who have been victims of domestic abuse…

So the 52,000 plus illegal alien children who have come into the country since October are all claiming to be victims of domestic abuse? If not, why haven’t they already been sent home?

More than 52,000 unaccompanied minors from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras have been caught trying to sneak over the U.S.-Mexico border since October, double the number from the same period the year before. Thousands more have been apprehended with parents or other adults…

What’s this? Over the weekend we were told by the NYT that 240,000 illegal alien adults and 52,000 unaccompanied alien children have snuck into the country in recent months. So there we’re learning that there are actually "thousands more children who have been apprehended along with parents or other adults."

So the number is illegals who have snuck in is being revised up yet again? Why can’t we get a solid number?

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

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