The tens of millions of illegal aliens inside the U.S. murder about 12 people each day in the United States.
Let’s put that into perspective:
Illegal aliens murder more people inside the USA every year than were killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Illegal aliens murder more people inside the USA every year than were killed on 9/11.
Illegal aliens murder 25 times more people inside the USA every year than were killed in the Oklahoma City bombing.
Since 9/11, Illegal aliens have murdered more people inside the USA than were killed in all of our Indian Wars starting from 1776.
Since 9/11, illegal aliens have murdered more people in the USA than were killed on 9/11 plus all our war dead so far in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.
While 1,000 illegal aliens crossed the border with Pancho Villa (and then went home), today between 5,000 and 10,000 illegal aliens cross the border each day (and stay).
Today, many American cities are becoming violent centers for illegal alien gangs. Los Angeles has over 600 Hispanic gangs with a total of more than 40,000 members. To contain the violence, the city of Los Angeles now has the largest jail in the world holding more than 23,000 prisoners.
The murder of fewer than 20 Americans at Columbus caused President Woodrow Wilson to call out the entire U.S. Army and the entire National Guard. To put that in perspective, President Wilson put more National Guardsmen along the U.S. / Mexico border than we have troops of every type in Iraq today. He then backed them up with the entire U.S. Army.
While the slaughter within our country continues, our politicians make excuses and Al-Qaeda sees victory.
Here, we have a U.S. senator telling us that illegal aliens in other countries riot in the streets and burn cars so we should give illegal aliens in the U.S. amnesty so they won’t do it in our cities. The clip is so popular that it can take some time for it to load.
This site is maintained by supporters of the United States Border Patrol and is not an official government site.
The contents of this site are privately managed and not subject to the direction of the United States Border Patrol.