Someone Read The 2008 Child Trafficking Law – It Actually Says Most Illegals Have To Be Deported
Posted on 31 July, 2014 by Rick Wells
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After the debacle of obamacare you would have thought that someone within the ranks of our 535 Congressmen would have taken the time to read the 2008 Child Trafficking law that is such a key component of the disaster on the southern border. That would be an especially prudent step, to establish the existing law as a baseline from which to make changes. It seems obvious.
Maybe they were waiting until the August recess, planning to casually look it over poolside, as another five weeks worth of illegals flood across our border.
Ann Coulter did the job none in Congress were willing to do. She read the law, the William Wilberforce Sex Trafficking Act. She provides proof that the reports that it requires any non-Mexican or non-Canadian illegal be admitted and granted a deportation hearing are simply untrue.
Of course DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson knows this. He’s spent the majority of his time in office setting the framework for this invasion. As a lawyer, he knows how to read the law and he knows he and his agency, as well as his illegitimate ‘president’ are violating it.
Coulter says the reported loophole which mandates removal proceedings just doesn’t exist; it isn’t there. Both political parties are telling the same lie. The socialist Democrats are naturally going to ignore the laws of a free United States, but many Republicans, it turns out, are also either ill informed, lazy or complicit.
Coulter reported in the Daily Caller that the pertinent part of the law states:
“Any unaccompanied alien child sought to be removed by the Department of Homeland Security, except for an unaccompanied alien child from a contiguous country … shall be — placed in removal proceedings … eligible for relief … at no cost to the child and provided access to counsel.”
She then provides the law’s definition of “unaccompanied alien child” and notes that it is restricted to those who have no relatives in the United States. Those with relatives here are deemed to be accompanied joint illegal aliens unlawfully in the country and eligible for deportation.
Here’s the definition — note subsection (C):
(2) the term ‘unaccompanied alien child’ means a child who –
(A) has no lawful immigration status in the United States;
(B) has not attained 18 years of age; and
(C) with respect to whom –
(i) there is no parent or legal guardian in the United States; or (ii) no parent or legal guardian in the United States is available to provide care and physical custody.”
Just as this is no random occurrence as a result of a sudden uptick in violence in Central America, this unanimous ignorance of the law is no accident either. The supporters of amnesty aren’t asking any questions, and there are many of them within the Republican ranks who have been purchased by the Chamber of Commerce to destroy American wages and give as many of our jobs as possible to foreign invaders.
It’s part of the plan. If they wait until after they pass something to read it again, the fabricated false solution they force us into in this case will be extremely hard to undo. The key is to fix the problem correctly in the first place. That means we deport them, as the law prescribes, now.