Build the Wall: August Illegal Alien NC Crime Report

RALEIGH – It is simple, easy to follow logic that more effective border security and vetting would directly reduce the entry of bad actors. That is the impetus behind illegal immigration hawks. Nothing drives that point home as much as the monthly reports of horrific acts of injustice against children that would likely be prevented if immigration laws were enforced and the border was secure.

The NC Fire report for August shows the true costs of border and immigration security.

“As the summer of 2018 is winding down and drawing to a close, the incidences of child rape by illegal aliens in NC is ratcheting up.

For the month of August 2018, we were able to document 14 illegal aliens who committed 48 separate acts of child rape/child sexual assault.

It is simply unimaginable what these children and their parents must be going through.

It is just as unimaginable, as to why the members of the NCGA, Democrats and Republicans, aren’t doing ANYTHING to stop these heinous crimes against the children of NC.”

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Month after month these preventable crimes are committed as the opponents of border security talk of compassion and having a heart for people that just want a better life.

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