CONCORD – It is one of the great ironies that the United States, a nation of unprecedented productive ability, cannot muster the political will to sufficiently secure that nation’s borders, and thus “these blessings of liberty.” In fact, the illegal crossing of our border is so easy that when a woman-beating Mexican national named Gaspar Reyes-Dorantes living illegally in Cabarrus County was deported, it took him a mere 10 days to sneak back into the country and return to Concord committing even more violent crimes.
From Independent Tribune:
“[…] Deputies said 28-year-old Gaspar Reyes-Dorantes was arrested Friday.
He is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, communicating threats, larceny after breaking and entering, first-degree burglary, larceny of motor vehicle and injury to personal property.
Deputies say Reyes-Dorantes broke into the home of his ex-girlfriend on Tamarac Court in Concord after 11 p.m. Thursday and assaulted the woman and a male in the home.
Deputies said Reyes-Dorantes was deported to Mexico on Oct. 21, but returned to Concord where he broke in the home and assaulted a woman with whom he shares children.
Deputies said Reyes-Dorantes had previously lived in Concord undocumented and that now there is an immigration detainer on him as well.
Reyes-Dorantes had an outstanding order for arrest for assault on the same woman and failed to appear in court. […]”
Sen. Thom Tillis says there’s ‘No such thing as a border wall,’ and he must be right. Because of spineless politicians preoccupied with pandering, instead of addressing core problems in governance, our border security and immigration enforcement is woefully insufficient. This case is one of countless examples. Repeatedly, deported illegal aliens with criminal records just run roughshod over our borders.
And beyond the border lies a lawlessness in norther Mexico akin to the war torn free-for-alls of Syria. Militarized drug cartels are murdering whole families of American citizens just miles from the American border and yet congress cannot fund a wall.
Hopefully this deportation of Mr. Reyes-Dorantes is the last one required. Read more on the case here.