Caravan members sue US Government over "unconstitutional asylum crackdown"
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Started by GunterK - Nov. 2, 2018, 12:06 p.m.

6 women and 6 children, Honduran members of the "caravan", sue Trump for "unconstitutional asylum crackdown". Link below.

This is another reminder that the narrative about these people, given to us by the media, is all wrong.

The media likes to show us pictures of women and their crying babies, an impromptu attempt to "escape from poverty and violence"

In reality, 80% of the marchers are young men below the age of 35.

However, let's focus on one of these women.... let's say, a young woman and her child. So they hear in Honduras that another group is forming, to go the US. Travelling in a group is safer. All you have to do is tell the US customs people, that you want to "escape from poverty and violence" (wait till get to Detroit), and you are in.

So this woman and her child pack whatever they can, into a backpack and they leave.

The march will take several weeks.... and now there are 15,000 of them. The big question...who feeds these 15,000 people every day? Sure, we saw pictures of some Mexican woman offering snacks to the marchers..... but 15,000??? When the military marches that many soldiers, they need a convoy of supply trucks. So, who is feeding these people?

Then there were stories of money being given to them. By whom?

And now, a few women and their children, who don't speak a word of English, are suing the US government. You have to be kidding me.

It seems quite obvious to me, there is nothing impromptu about this Caravan. This march was planned, organized, and is being supplied and managed by somebody powerful.  Who???

By metmike - Nov. 2, 2018, 12:27 p.m.
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How ironic is this:

From the NYT:

Obama ending special immigration status for migrants fleeing Cuba

 By  Karen DeYoung 



"The Obama administration, in one of its final foreign policy initiatives, on Thursday ended the special status accorded migrants fleeing Cuba who, upon reaching this country, were automatically allowed to stay. 


Cubans are still covered by the 1966 Cuban Adjustment Act, which grants them permanent residency — a green card — after they have been here for one year. Until now, they were given temporary “parole” status while waiting for that year to pass. That will no longer be granted, making the act moot for most by denying them entry on arrival.


Effective immediately, President Obama said in a statement, “Cuban nationals who attempt to enter the United States illegally . . . will be subject to removal,” treating them “the same way we treat migrants from other countries.”

By TimNew - Nov. 3, 2018, 6:57 a.m.
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Two things to consider here.

1.) This type of rhetoric, nearly identical, coming from Trump is labeled as "Fascist", "Dictatorial" and anticonstitutional  by the left.

2.) Cuban refugees are almost entirely anti-leftist.  A very consistent trend for people fleeing leftist regimes. (Why do leftist here not learn from that?).  Meanwhile,  most of the "refugees" from central America are pro-leftist. 

Anyone remember back when Jerry (Moonbeam) Brown, then governor of California, was vehemently opposed to the Vietnamese refugees (who also were vehemently anti-leftist) entering via California. Is there a recurring theme here?  Where was the weeping for the Statue of Liberty then?