Border Security and the New Left


Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson defended his  comments about the possibility of using drones at the Mexican border in a heated exchange with guest host CNN’s Jim Acosta.

Carson said, “It is quite clear what I said, I was border? I said that drones are excellent for surveillance. You know, along that border. We have miles and miles, and, you know… So drones can help with the surveillance, and no way did I suggest that drones be used to kill people. And I said that to the media at the time. I said you guys, some of you are going to to be saying that Carson wants to use drones to kill people on the border, and how ridiculous, and I hope that at some point we have responsible media to focus on the problem. We have a huge security risk there.”

When Acosta asked about drone strikes on the cartels Carson said, “That is a total lie. I said that. a drone could be used to destroy is the caves used to hide people.”

Acosta continued to push causing Carson to say, “Please, please. read my lips and listen carefully to what I am saying. I said that there are caves. There are caves that they utilize, and those caves can be eliminated. There are a number of possibilities, and that could be one of them. I am not talking about killing people. No people with drones.

I’m not one of the Trump-Chumps, so I’m not going to cry about “unfair” questions, nor am I going to whine “well he didn’t ask Obama that question”.  You go into enemy territory, you expect tough, perhaps over the top questioning, and when Megyn Kelly went after Trump, well, he’s still crying about that.

Trump Chumps are circulating sexy pictures of Kelly on the Internet to try making her look bad, but, really, all it’s making them do is look jealous.

But I digress.

CNN tried hounding Dr. Carson on whether he’d use drones on the US-Mexico border, militarily, and his response (which was kind’ve weak) was that he’d use them to destroy hiding places that cartels, coyotes and others use to get people across the border; namely caves.  However, common sense says that people might be hiding in the caves, when you’re caving them in.

My thoughts on that?

I would not hesitate to use DOD and DHS controlled drones to reinforce the Army National Guard troops I’d deploy to the border, replacing the Border Patrol, for the most part.  There are a lot of gaps in border security, and elements like the Army Military Police would be ideal for filling it.

Along with 31C Internment/Resettlement Specialists, camps need to be erected.  All illegal aliens captured crossing the border would be apprehended by the Military Police, just like the common criminals they are, then turned over to the corrections personnel for processing and confinement.  Also on site would be JAG (Judge Advocate General) officers and US Army Trial Defense Service officers, if needed.  From capture, you’re initially processed by the apprehending MPs, transported in a prisoner transport to the nearest military detention facility – similar to those used by Sheriff Joe Arpaio – where they are further processed, given medical attention by the 68 Whiskeys (Army Health Care Specialists), if needed, then confined until they are called for trial.

This would be a 24/7 operation.

Prisoners would be seen by a military judge with wide, plenary powers in courts created by Congress specifically for this problem and process, in accordance to Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 9 of the Constitution, and judgement handed down, immediately.  Their records would be turned over to the DHS INS, and repeat offenders would face 6 months to 1.5 years (meaning either jail, or prison).  Imprisonment could be at a long-term, pre-fabricated on-site military facility, guarded by the Military Police, and 31C corrections NCOs.  The object of these operations is quick turnaround.

What does this have to do with drones?

Well, there have been reports of Mexican military and police firing on Americans, such as during this incident:

The Military Police would be equipped with full combat gear, the new JLTVs…

and even ASVs:


No, it isn’t.

Countless illegal border crossings occur between the US and Mexico, and many are people intending to take advantage of the New Left’s unconstitutional position wrongly stating that the 14th Amendment automatically grants citizenship to anybody’s kid that the mother squats down and gives birth to, on US soil.

Uh, no.

“Every person born within the limits of the United States, and subject to their jurisdiction, is by virtue of natural law and national law a citizen of the United States. This will not, of course, include persons born in the United States who are foreigners, aliens, who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers accredited to the Government of the United States, but will include every other class of persons. It settles the great question of citizenship and removes all doubt as to what persons are or are not citizens of the United States. This has long been a great desideratum in the jurisprudence and legislation of this country.” -1866, Senator Jacob Howard

I’m sure you New Left liberals reading this will still disagree, because you like the illegal, unconstitutional interpretation, better, and will stick with that, because it makes you feel better.

In any event…

The volume of these criminal crossings qualifies this as an invasion, and these people aren’t just those violating our laws and sovereignty, for their own personal benefit, but criminals, that mean us ill.  Let’s also not forget that Mexico, along with other nations, is colluding against the United States and fostering illegal immigration.


Because, for Mexico, illegal immigration means BIG BUCKS.

Migrants working in the United States sent a staggering $120 billion back to their families last year, it was revealed today.

The amount of money being sent by migrants across the entire world reached $530 billion last year, making it a larger economy than Iran or Argentina, the data from the World Bank showed.

This worldwide figure has tripled in the last ten years and is now three times bigger than the total aid budgets given by countries around the world. It has sparked debate whether this so-called remittance money could be a viable alternative to relying on help from other governments.

In the United States last year, more than $120 billion was sent by workers to families abroad – making it the largest sender of remittances in the world. More than $23 billion went to Mexico, $13.45 billion to China, $10.84 billion to India and $10 billion to the Philippines, among other recipients.

Advocates for immigration amnesty keep telling us that illegal aliens contribute massively to the economy.

That’s true — for the MEXICAN economy.

The fact is that the overwhelming amount of the wages earned by illegal aliens is not spent in this country, but simply sent back home.

Mexico received $21.59 billion in remittances from emigrants in 2013, the Bank of Mexico said. Nearly 74 million transactions were registered in 2013, with the average remittance totaling $292, the central bank said. Remittances rose 3.5 percent to $5.34 billion in the fourth quarter of last year, compared to the same period in 2012, with 18.4 million transactions and an average amount of $285.30, the Bank of Mexico said.

Figures for the total amount illegal aliens sent back to their home countries is not easily available, but according to the Inter-American Development Bank, all of Latin America received a staggering $69.2 billion in remittances from the U.S. in 2009 alone.


$21,590,000,000.00 BUCKS.

Money illegally siphoned off the American economy, an economy that’s already on it’s back, thanks to Obamanomics.

As president, I’d also utilize the military to hunt down and root out illegal aliens that are already integrated into our society, and their kin.  To this end, I would utilize the dreaded National Security Agency.

The reason I’d use them, domestically, is because illegal aliens are not American citizens.  Tracking them through communications, cooperative agencies, such as the United States Army Criminal Investigations Command ( and DHS ICE (Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement,, state police forces, etc. can move in and perform arrests.  If you’re arrested, you’re remanded to the custody of the Military Police/CID, and going through the aforementioned processes.

I will repeat:  if you’re an illegal alien, if you’re born from illegal aliens, you’re not a citizen.  I don’t care if they’re in school, they’re not American citizens, and they are here, unlawfully.  That means arrest.

You people that cry about ‘breaking up families’ can shut up, because I wouldn’t break up the families.  I’d deport the whole bunch.  You New Left can start yelling about the “Trail of Tears”, all you want.  If they’re crying on the way out, they only have themselves to blame.  If they’d’ve left, on their own, they wouldn’t be leaving in cuffs and heading for a meeting with a military judge.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower…

…made a serious effort to rid the country of these people.

Then on June 17, 1954, what was called “Operation Wetback” began. Because political resistance was lower in California and Arizona, the roundup of aliens began there. Some 750 agents swept northward through agricultural areas with a goal of 1,000 apprehensions a day. By the end of July, over 50,000 aliens were caught in the two states. Another 488,000, fearing arrest, had fled the country.

By mid-July, the crackdown extended northward into Utah, Nevada, and Idaho, and eastward to Texas.

By September, 80,000 had been taken into custody in Texas, and an estimated 500,000 to 700,000 illegals had left the Lone Star State voluntarily.

Unlike today, Mexicans caught in the roundup were not simply released at the border, where they could easily reenter the US. To discourage their return, Swing arranged for buses and trains to take many aliens deep within Mexico before being set free.

Tens of thousands more were put aboard two hired ships, the Emancipation and the Mercurio. The ships ferried the aliens from Port Isabel, Texas, to Vera Cruz, Mexico, more than 500 miles south.

The sea voyage was “a rough trip, and they did not like it,” says Don Coppock, who worked his way up from Border Patrolman in 1941 to eventually head the Border Patrol from 1960 to 1973.

A serious disincentive has to accompany deportation efforts.  Learning that they’ll be hunted, continually, by the military, the instant they’re detected is one.

Learning that they’re facing possible jail or imprisonment, along with deportation, is another.

Learning that they’ve been permanently banned from US soil, along with all 1st degree relatives?  Another.

Total asset forfeiture?  The loss of their house to the state for immediate auction, loss of all property and loss of all liquid assets?  That’s a big one.  Knowing that you’ll be deported with nothing but the clothes on your backs, and that you’ll be wearing a prison jumpsuit for a few years, if you return:   disincentive.

Oh, yeah:  charging those that return with a Class C felony, complete with mandatory prison time at hard labor?  BIG disincentive.


Yes, but unless we take serious, significant action, any efforts to thwart illegal alien infiltration, and forcing them out, will remain as laughable as they are, now.

How do we deal with people on visas?

The day that document expires, law enforcement will arrive on their doorstep and escort them to the nearest airport, train station, or whatever, to make sure they leave, and don’t overstay their visa.  If they abscond, well, we’ve already discussed those penalties.

I won’t go into full all the details, here, but we all know the deleterious effects New Left immigration policies have had on America, ranging from economic disaster (, to spreading dangerous diseases (, to contributing to America’s crime rate (

Does America have criminals?

Yes, plenty of them, and one of them was elected to high political office, back in 2008, and still commits crimes.

This should be a clear indicator that we don’t need to import criminals from other countries.

We must get a handle on immigration, both legal and illegal.  If we want immigration reform from a Congress that’s spineless, we can use this:

If we get a Congress that actually wants to do well by the country, we enforce a 4 year moratorium on all immigration, which becomes permanent for countries like those in the Middle East (minus Israel), Red China, Russia, Mexico, etc., on a case by case basis.  After the 4 years, we return to the immigration law, circa the Second World War.  This way, we can make sure we’re getting the best, and control their stay, just as many other countries do.

I am Virus-X, Republic Commando, and I approve this message.

great seal of virus x


~ by Virus-X REPUBLIC COMMANDO on August 28, 2015.

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