Conditions are so terrible for Mexican farm workers, they actually defecate on the very crops they’re harvesting.
In an interview conducted solely in Spanish, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush tells MSNBC he’s “hurt” by GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s strident criticisms of Mexican criminal aliens coming across the border.
The Washington Post reports with horror that Republican voters want to enforce existing immigration laws to turn back the tide of illegal aliens flowing into the country and remove the 30 million or so squatting on U.S. territory.
After The Des Moines Register published a scathing editorial calling real estate billionaire Donald Trump a “feckless blowhard” who should drop out of the race, the GOP frontrunner banned the paper from an Iowa campaign event.
GOP hopeful and real estate billionaire Donald Trump has double the support of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and leads the pack by 14 points, according to an Economist/YouGov poll released on Friday.
On Tuesday, a Pakistani immigrant working in New Orleans as a cab driver pled guilty to counts of simple rape and second-degree kidnapping two years after he forced himself on a passed-out passenger.
Mari Maseng Will is an advisor to Walker’s campaign, according to the Washington Examiner. Will disclosed his wife’s work in a June 3 Washington Post column but didn’t describe her role. The Examiner goes on to note all of the times Will praised Walker as a “pure Reaganite” and the GOP’s “most potent” candidate. He’s certainly not wrong: Walker resonates powerfully with the base and stormed a July 20 Iowa poll.
Missouri State University announced on Tuesday it will not offer students who are U.S. citizens health insurance plans, but will require foreign students to purchase them.
Dean has a long history of sexual misconduct. In 2008, he was charged with lewd conduct in public. In March 2014, patrons at Macy’s department store had their shopping experiences disrupted by the sight of Dean exposing himself. Authorities booked him for six months on indecent exposure charges and sixteen months for burglary, served concurrently. He spent time in Kern Valley State Prison before being shipped to the Adelanto detention facility — where he posted $10,000 bond on April 29 and left.
“He put himself into harm’s way every time he put his uniform on. And on Friday, October 24, 2014, my husband and father of two approached a car on his beat, but this time, it was the last time,” said Oliver. “The last thing my husband attempted to do as a POP [Problem-Oriented Policing] officer was to ask the man inside the car how his day was going. But he never made it to the driver’s window.”
After South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham called GOP frontrunner Donald Trump a “jackass,” Trump read out Graham’s private cell phone number during a Tuesday press conference.
Mexican illegal alien Aurelio Hernandez-Gomez pled guilty to third degree criminal sexual conduct in Michigan on Thursday after authorities found him with a 13-year-old Florida girl he allegedly kidnapped days before.
An advocate of mass immigration defended sanctuary cities and scoffed that an upcoming congressional hearing featuring families whose children were murdered by illegals would be a “circus” during a Monday press call.
As usual, when an immigrant, Muslim, or some combination of the two murders Americans, the media goes into overdrive to cover up these two crucial factors.
Federal prosecutors told a jury on Tuesday that an Uzbekistan refugee, 32-year-old Fazliddin Kurbanov, had embarked on a “pathway to terrorism” after converting to Islam after our refugee program brought him into the U.S. from Central Asia.
The New York Times acknowledged on Wednesday that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s book, A Time For Truth, belongs on its best-seller list and gave it a no. 7 ranking in nonfiction, after snubbing it and accusing the Cruz campaign of making “strategic bulk purchases.”
“I said the other day at La Raza, if Donald Trump wants to run for president on an immigrant-bashing platform, he should go back to the 1840s and run for the president of the Know-Nothing party,” O’Malley said to an audience of Hispanics likely unfamiliar with American history, especially a 19th century movement that wanted to keep out Irish immigrants. (O’Malley perhaps still takes it personally.)
Cruz, the first Republican to declare a run for the presidency, will step onto Trump’s territory in Manhattan and is visiting Trump, not the other way around. As the Washington Post notes, the two candidates are on friendly terms and both take a strong, popular stand against mass illegal immigration.
On his campaign website, Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley declared on Tuesday that, if elected, he would unilaterally grant amnesty to millions more illegal immigrations, push for unlimited immigration, and permanently disenfranchise American voters who seek to curb our current extreme immigration policies.
On Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley unveiled his new immigration platform, promising to extend President Obama’s illegal, unilateral move to halt deportations, dismantle law enforcement, and ensure essentially unlimited immigration.
Escaped Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman ordered his young wife, Emma Coronel, herself a U.S. citizen and daughter of another Mexican drug lord, to give birth in California to secure U.S. citizenship for his children.
On Thursday, Michigan police arrested a Mexican illegal alien, 23-year-old Aurelio Hernandez-Gomez, after finding him with a 13-year-old Florida girl who had last been seen two days before her ordeal.
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump doubled down on his criticisms of former Bush advisor Karl Rove, who called for repealing the Second Amendment and declared Trump was a “complete idiot.”
Donald Trump trounced runner-up former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 15 percent of Republicans selected him as their first choice, and 12 percent as their second. Bush trailed him by four points, with 11 percent saying he’s their first choice, and only seven percent as their second.
“It’s been a wild ride. It’s been pretty wild. But the message is getting out there and the polls are looking good, and we’re doing fine. And I’m enjoying it,” said Trump, who shot up in the polls after taking a strong stand against illegal immigration. “I loved what I was doing before, but this is so important for the country, because politicians are never going to make our country great.”