It breaks my heart to say it, but I guess it is time for us to wave the white flag and surrender. The fight to protect our nation from the flood of illegal aliens taking over our country seems to have been lost.
Consider this – while the children of illegal aliens are attending our public schools and there is an outcry when somebody wants to deport them, American citizens are being prosecuted for trying to get their kids a better education.
Case in point is Tanya McDowell, a homeless mother in Connecticut who is facing 20 years in prison because she lied about her address to enroll her five year old son into kindergarten.
In Virginia, Carla Lambert was fined $1,764 after she was convicted of lying about her residence in order to register her child at a school that was not in the proper district.
But those are not the only examples! In Ohio, Kelley Williams-Bolar was jailed for falsifying information on school registration documents to get her two daughters into a better school and away from their assigned school, which she felt was not safe and was not giving the girls the best educational opportunity.
Meanwhile, Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy has joined a grass-roots campaign to convince federal officials not to deport a 23 year old illegal alien whose parents brought him to the United States as a baby. Mariano Cardoso is about to graduate college with an associate’s degree in liberal arts, and the governor says he believes that the young man can contribute to this country.
Huh? If you’ll go back and re-read the third paragraph of this blog, Connecticut is the same state that wants to put an American born mother in prison for up to 20 years for lying to get her American born child into kindergarten, but when illegal aliens broke the law to come to the state, and then break the law by lying for years to get their son an education on the taxpayers’ dollars, the governor wants to protect him.
In Phoenix, the do gooders are whining about how terrible it is that Nalley Farmen, a 21 year old former Arizona State University student, is facing deportation after being arrested during a routine traffic stop that revealed she had an outstanding warrant. Farmen was brought to this country illegally from Mexico by her parents as a six year old. According to Immigration and Customs Enforcement records, Ms. Farmen has been back and forth across the border many times over the years, and holds a Mexican passport. She last returned to Mexico in 2007, and has admitted to authorities that she re-entered the United States illegally two day later. Her supporters at the college say it is unfair to “single her out” for deportation.
Yeah, just because she repeatedly broke the law to be in this country, and she and her parents lied about her citizenship to get her into school, that doesn’t make her a bad person. A criminal yes, but not a bad person.
Yeah, folks, run up the white flag. The war is over, and we lost.
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