It’s time for Congress to fund the Mollie Tibbetts border wall


#1

Now that we have found another illegal entrant, who has all but admitted to being the killer of Mollie Tibbets, is it not time for Congress to draw up a clean bill to fund a border wall, and name it after Mollie Tibbets, who has been permanently separated from her parents by the hand of an illegal entrant?

For the dreadful story of Millie Tibbets, CLICK HERE

JWK
There is no surer way to weaken, destroy and subjugate a prosperous and freedom loving country than by importing the world’s poverty stricken and criminal populations into that country and making the country’s existing citizens tax-slaves to support the economic needs of such an invasion.


#2

I’ll be VERY surprised if some Democrat organization doesn’t start a “go-fund-me” page to pay for this guy’s bail and legal defense.


#3

Already done.


#4

The “Mollie Tibbetts border wall appropriation ACT”.

It’s more than obvious that we have a Fifth Column activist movement in the country whose mission is to flood our country with the poverty stricken, poorly educated populations of other countries, including their criminals, drug mules and human traffickers. And any mention of a wall, especially one named in remembrance of a victim of an illegal entrant, makes their heads expload.

Remember “ Kate’s Law ” ? The same open borders crowd went ballistic over the proposal because it tied a victim of an illegal entrant to a law designed to fight illegal immigration.

Congress needs to get off its rear and introduce a “Mollie Tibbetts border wall appropriation ACT”.

JWK

There is no surer way to weaken, destroy and subjugate a prosperous and freedom loving country than by importing the world’s poverty stricken and criminal populations into that country and making the country’s existing citizens tax-slaves to support the economic needs of such an invasion.


#5

We fixed this issue in the 50’s with a funnel, not a wall.

Why not do that?

Bad people can only immigrate here, so long as we deny Good people legal means to come here. The Good people out number the Bad, and enable the latter to get here.

If it was instead only the Bad ones who couldn’t get in legally, they wouldn’t have a vibrant black market economy to sneak them over the border; the demand would be too small for all but the richest and best organized to manage it.

If you want less of something, you have to shrink demand. Even the Drug War understands the logic of this.


#6

So now it’s AMERICANS’ fault that bad people sneak across the border??? Typical, open-border BS. About what I’d expect from someone utterly BLIND to the reality. The ONLY way to stop this invasion is to CLOSE the border and the only way to do what is to BUILD THE WALL and ENFORCE it…utilizing military force, if necessary. Climb the wall or dig under it and get yourself shot, for example. You want in? Come though ports of entry LEGALLY.


#7

It’s more like the Government making a fundamental error, as they tend to do.

If you only attack supply, you don’t address the problem.

Each person whom are legal immigration system dispossesses that intends to get across, adds to the black market economy that promises to get them over.

That black market has the time & the resources, to find an exploit in our static border defenses, and to seize on it.

That’s how this kid got across, in an area that had a wall. The smugglers who got him here have a long practiced routine that walks around what we put up. You’ll notice they’re employing technology too.

The only way you can take away the resources of this black market, and their ability to find exploits, is to take away their demand. If the demand was only the people who intended to do harm and who couldn’t pass a background check, there wouldn’t be enough in it for smugglers to bring people across. We would have priced them out of the market.

As I said, at that point, only the richest/ best organized, could still manage it. Which would leave… how many? Considering most people with means would just buy an airplane ticket?


#8

That’s a BS story, AS and I suspect even YOU know it. Where’s a 22-year-old from El Salvador going to come up with $13K plus “picking coffee beans for a few dollars a day?” The answer is that he CAN’T…not in a lifetime if he intends to EAT at the same time as he’s “saving up.”

OK. I read the rest of the story and found out that the money supposedly came from an Uncle already IN America…apparently a “citizen” because of the 80’s amnesty. Maybe we should find HIM and arrest him for aiding and abetting illegal immigration.


#9

You’re joking, right?


#10

That is one of the most absurd statements you have made.

:roll_eyes:


#11

I agree JWK. That’s a ridiculous concept on its face.


#12

Um, how are we going to determine which are the “bad” people and which are the “good” people? We have a system already. All we have to do is USE IT.


#13

Background checks.

Problem is, the system does other things beyond just look for bad people. Things that have consequences we can observe.

Blocking people from coming, not because they’re criminals, but because they’re not very well educated.

This feeds the Black market; you’ve created a host of alienated people, who know they won’t be let in even if they use the legal system. There’s no reason for them to follow the rules, because the rules already discount them.

The Black Market from these people gains scale & resources, in sufficient quantity to continually find exploits, and get people across.

It’s a straight forward economic calculation at work. After all, why would the black market stop looking for exploits?

If you don’t want the Black Market doing this, then you have limit the demand. There’s only two ways to do this. Either you destroy the reason they want to come here, or you give them an alternative.


#14

Except it’s true, so does that make reality ridiculous?

Most illegals, don’t run with the cartels or the gangs; they’re just people looking out for their families.

Even still, they form the backbone of the Black market that the criminals use. So how do you address their demand?

How do you make sure the black market is too small to find exploits in our static defenses?


#15

The “solution” is pretty simple. Fine into oblivion anyone or any company who hires someone here illegally.


#16

Barry Goldwater said that was unfair; you’re punishing businesses for a Government failure.


#17

Importing the poverty stricken, poorly educated, low and unskilled populations of other countries into America, as you suggest we should, is another one of your totally absurd suggestions. We already have an abundance of this class in our country, just look at San Francisco’s homeless problem. Why on earth do you want to add to this problem?

:roll_eyes:

JWK


#18

Your statement : “Bad people can only immigrate here, so long as we deny Good people legal means to come here.” is absurd and an innuendo driven comment, designed to agitate rather than debate.

:roll_eyes:


#19

I don’t give a rat’s patootie what Barry Goldwater had to say about it. It’s the EMPLOYER’S responsibility to find out if his employees are legal or not. The government can’t do that for him.


#20

Emancipating slaves ruined tens of thousands of American businesses.