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giovedì 30 marzo 2017
Brutal school rape in Maryland sparked outrage
Residents of Montgomery County, Maryland, were horrified recently by the news that two Latin American teenagers, at least one of whom is an illegal alien, had brutally raped a 14-year-old girl in Rockville High School.
Some claim that Maryland’s sanctuary policies led to this brutal crime.
Parents and concerned citizens were further outraged by the Montgomery County school district’s laissez-faire attitude toward illegal aliens who may be attending their schools, but one scholar urges people to remember this problem goes well beyond one school district, one city or one state.
“I think it’s important to remember that this really starts with the feds,” said Daniel Horowitz, senior editor at Conservative Review. “People are focusing on sanctuary cities, but we’ve had a sanctuary nation policy where essentially we’ve telegraphed a message to Latin America that if you come here with children, even teenagers, even hardened criminals and gang members, you are here to stay.”
Horowitz, author of “Stolen Sovereignty: How to Stop Unelected Judges From Transforming America,” noted the U.S. has an entire program dedicated to resettling unaccompanied alien minors in America just like refugees, except the refugee resettlement process is at least somewhat selective. He considers it a huge problem that the feds are willing to welcome illegal-alien children without question.
“The left has long used children as the hook to support open borders, much like they do with every policy; they want to draw on the emotional strength of children,” he said. “But the problem is, like any other population, illegal immigrants are not all innocent children. In fact, Trump had it right when he said during the primary that to a large degree, many people running over our lawless border are not their best citizens.”