In another example of the tragic results of illegal immigration, a little girl has died after being exposed to the elements and getting sick. However, the liberals and leftists are quick to blame American "immigration policy" and of Trump and the ICE and the Border Patrol.
The mother of a Guatemalan child who died several weeks after being detained and then released by ICE has announced that she is going to sue the American government for $60 million. The death of any child is a sad and unfortunate event, but can the blame be placed on America’s immigration policy when the parents willing bring their children on a long and dangerous trip to break immigration laws?
The fact is that this and other tragedies could have been avoided if the parents had chosen NOT to come to the US illegally. They made the decision to make a dangerous trip to break immigration laws and to bring their child.
American taxpayers and citizens should not feel guilty or be held responsible ashamed because it is our nation’s duty and right to secure its borders and determine who enters.
We also do not encourage and invite people to come here illegally and to bring and endanger their kids.
These illegal aliens are taking advantage of the flawed American immigration system that allows them to enter as “families” and to claim asylum. Because of overcrowded detention centers, many illegal aliens are released on bond with the promise that they will reappear for a hearing at a later date. But, of course, most never do.
The liberal press also helps manipulate and confused the narrative by playing on the sympathy and goodness of Americans. They portray illegal alien "families" as desperate victims and refugees, when in some cases, these are fake families, and in most cases, they are economic refugees who do not qualify for asylum.
The death of any child is tragic, but it is made worse when it could have been avoided and when the blame is misplaced. This tragedy could have been averted if the parents had not brought their child on a dangerous journey to enter the U.S. illegally.
As harsh as it may sound, we cannot excuse and reward or even sympathize with any cases of illegal immigration, otherwise, we get more.