RALEIGH – Illegal immigration did not take a hiatus for the Pandemic Panic; it did not yield to Black Lives Matter protests; it persists in a steady stream of unaccounted for individuals of unknown backgrounds, a portion of which are inevitably malcontents and monsters.
We see the evidence of this in the monthly NCFIRE report, and June 2020 was no exception.
From NCFIRE president James Johnson:
“The month of June 2020 has been absolutely devastating for the children of North Carolinians. It is one of the most tragic months that we have encountered since NCFIRE was founded in 2007
For the month of June, we were able to document 22 illegal aliens who were charged with 238 separate instances of child rape/child sexual assault.
I honestly don’t know what to say….
The only way this horror ends is your responsibility. You MUST contact your elected officials in Raleigh and DEMAND they enact strict, state-level, illegal immigration laws. Until they “feel the heat” and the outrage from their constituents, they will NOT act and this travesty will continue.”Notice: The WPP_Query class has been deprecated since 5.0.0. Please use \WordPressPopularPosts\Query instead. in /www/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-popular-posts/src/deprecated.php on line 43
And the fact that these alleged criminals were arrested doesn’t provide much comfort that the ‘blessings of liberty’ are really secured within our communities. If the alleged child sexual molester, confirmed illegal alien is not detained for immigration enforcement, they can simply post bail and slink back into the shadows.
They skip out on their court hearing, and strain law enforcement all over again by forcing them to locate and detain them all over again. Look over June’s report and notice the ‘Failure to Appear’ charges. Some, like Jose Juarez, seem to be repeat offenders that have yet to be deported.
We face many monumental challenges as a nation right now, and a threat to the general rule of law is one of them. There is not better way to combat lawlessness and the push for it to undermine our American way of life than to consistently enforce the rule of law.