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Donald Trump has been on the receiving end of predatory political correctness simply for pointing to the hardcore criminal illegal immigrants constantly streaming across our wide open southern border.

Trump sparked outrage during his formal campaign launch two weeks ago by sharply criticizing Hispanic immigrants and Mexico.
“They’re sending people who have a lot of problems,” he said at Trump Tower in New York City on June 16.
“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists,” he added. “And some, I assume, are good people.”

But apparently it must be a forbidden horrible thought crime for anyone to publicly point it out, unless your name is President Barack Obama who recently talked about dangerous people who are gang bangers or criminals coming over from Mexico via illegal immigration.  So, is Trump telling the truth or is he just being racist?  Let’s take a look at the facts.

The Washington Times  reported new data, released in April by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Robert W. Goodlatte at the beginning of a hearing with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Sarah Saldana,  showed that the 30,558 criminal aliens ICE knowingly released back into the community in 2014 had amassed nearly 80,000 convictions, including 250 homicides, 186 kidnappings and 373 sexual assaults.

Both arrests and deportations of criminal aliens have decreased about 30 percent through the first six months of fiscal year 2015, indicating that agents, who have been told to stop focusing on rank-and-file illegal immigrants, have not been able to refocus on criminal illegal immigrants instead.

“The nonsensical actions of this administration demonstrate its lack of desire to enforce the law even against unlawful aliens convicted of serious crimes,” Mr. Goodlatte said.

According to the statistics, the aliens released by ICE had amassed 13,636 convictions for driving under the influence, 1,589 weapons offenses, 994 aggravated assaults, 56 arsons and 31 smuggling offenses.

The Hill reported in March 2014 Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials in 2013 released 68,000 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions, undercutting Democratic claims that President Obama has strictly enforced immigration laws.

An internal Department of Homeland Security document compiling statistics on arrests and deportations in 2013 showed that ICE agents encountered 193,357 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions but issued charging documents for only 125,478. More than 67,800 were released.

The data came from an end-of-year “Weekly Departures and Detention Report.”

In 2014 (excluding info for Nov.) there were 752 child rape cases by confirmed/suspected illegal immigrants in North Carolina ALONE according to  Through the first 3 months of 2015 there were 243 cases! NCFIRE collects arrest records from various news, law enforcement and government agencies – including local Police Departments, County Sheriff Departments and the N.C. Court System Calendars.  Check out Infowars reporter, John Browne’s interview with James Johnson, the founder and president of North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement about his organization’s history and methods needed to document this all out attack on America’s youth.

Dave Hodges reported last year that he spoke with a border patrol agent.

Throughout the course of his duties, the agent has learned that UN personnel are making decisions on which immigrants to send to what location inside of the United States. He said he has seen the UN personnel and DHS agents gathering MS-13 gangsters, captured from different roundups, patch worked together as a group and then shipped together to various locations on the perimeter of the United States. He knows this because some of his colleagues are involved in the transport of these illegal aliens. The agent’s partner, also on the phone, stated that “I objected to admitting MS-13 gangsters into the United States and I was told that we have our orders to treat them like anyone else”.

I asked the agent how he knew these were MS-13 and he said you can tell “by the tattoos”. He recounted the fact that MS-13 operatives will have a tattoo with tears on their face which represents a person that they have murdered in the commission of their drug related duties. He said he processed an MS-13 member who had 9 tears on his face and he was told to process him as an “unaccompanied juvenile refugee”.

These are just some cases pointing to the legitimacy of Trump’s  statements of facts, not to mention the horrible incident which occured last week in San Francisco involving the shooting death of Kathryn Steinle by an undocumented immigrant.  What we are currently seeing with Trump’s situation is a twisting of reality by White House Media Matters, NBC, NASCAR, just to name a few.  We are simply seeing the latest wave of social engineering seeking to control what we are allowed to say and think.

The 2016 presidential hopeful Donald Trump said Saturday he is receiving unfair criticism for his talk on illegal immigration and related violent crime.

Trump suggested he is the only 2016 White House candidate speaking out on the uncomfortable topic.

“Nobody wants to talk about it,” Trump said on Fox News’s “Fox and Friends” of the link between violence and illegal immigration.
“It seems like I’m sort of the whipping post because I bring it up, and I don’t understand it,” he said of backlash against his comments.
“Whether you’re liberal, whether you’re conservative, whether you’re Republican, Democrat, why wouldn’t you talk about a problem?” he added. “There’s tremendous crime, and illegal immigration is just incredible.”
Trump pointed to America’s unsecured borders leaving the door open for more frequent terrorism.
“You talk about terrorism and terrorists too, they’re going to come in from the Southern border,” he said. “It’s the easiest thing, you just walk right in.”
“You would think no matter where you are in terms of party affiliation, you think you’d want to do something about it,” he added. “The crime is raging.”
“People don’t even want to talk about it, and if you talk about it, you’re a racist. I don’t understand it.”
 Trump on Saturday said numerous criminal incidents involving illegal immigrants prove his point.
He cited the fatal shooting of Kathryn Steinle by an undocumented immigrant in San Francisco earlier this week as an example.
“I think it’s so sad – an incredible young woman shot right in front of her father,” Trump said of Steinle’s death on Wednesday evening.
“This is something that should never have taken place,” he said. “We have many cases like this.”
“The crime is rampant,” Trump added. “It isn’t just a Mexico issue.”
Steinle, 32, was shot and killed Wednesday evening while strolling San Francisco’s Embarcadero with her father.
Francisco Sanchez, the alleged shooter, was released from jail four months ago instead of being transferred into federal immigration officials’ custody.
He is an undocumented immigrant who has been deported to Mexico five times.
Sanchez also has seven prior felony convictions, four of which are for drug charges.
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