When it comes to the rule of law in our nation, one of the most salient concerns that patriots have is whether or not we are a sovereign country at all?
In order to call ourselves “sovereign”, we must really examine what it means to possess both freedom and structure. Certainly, there are no arguments that the United States matches all the criteria necessary to ensure this sort of independence both financially and governmentally, but what about being self-contained? Are there enough regulations in place to make certain that, when we say “American”, we mean it?
Not necessarily, at least according to the border patrol agents who famously endorsed President Trump during his successful 2016 campaign.
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Since the beginning of his campaign for the presidency, Trump has advocated for stronger border protections. He has also been criticized for comments he has made about illegal immigrants from Mexico and other Latin American countries, as well as Muslims coming from overseas.
This is the first time the council has separately endorsed a presidential candidate. The council is part of the largest federal employee union, the American Federation of Government Employees, which has supported President Obama and congressional Democrats.
You see, without having any legal criteria separating Americans from non-Americans, and America from not America, there is really no way to define what your nation entails. And, even though we do have laws on the books to prevent a mass influx on non-Americans into our nation, we simply aren’t enforcing those laws as they were intended thanks to the liberal democrats who rely on these illegal voters comes election time.
Worse still – our border security has become so lax after 8 years of Barack Obama that we are now seeing Syrian migrants showing up at the border between Texas and Mexico.
Border Patrol agents in the Laredo Sector are sounding the alarm after they recently apprehended two Syrian nationals who illegally crossed the border from Mexico into South Texas. The agents say the arrest of the Syrians confirms there is a human smuggling pipeline from countries with connections to terrorism into the U.S.
“We don’t know the intentions of the two Syrians we caught sneaking across the border into Texas,” U.S. Border Patrol Agent Hector Garza told Breitbart Texas in his capacity as president of the National Border Patrol Council 2455. “What we do know is that if the cartel-connected smugglers can bring people with good intentions across the border, they can also bring people with bad intentions.”
The two Syrian nationals apprehended on May 7, crossed the border in the same part of Laredo as nearly 230 Bangladeshi nationals have been apprehended. Garza explained that all drug and human smuggling in this area is controlled by the Los Zetas cartel.
Concerns don’t end with the enforcement of these immigration laws either, as caliphate organizations such as ISIS have been rampantly exploiting the Syrian migrant crisis in order to position their agents of destruction throughout the globe.