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  • kadaka

    Are they running a ranch or a military interdiction operation?

    • John M.

      Yes.

      • BINGO!

    • Running any business is to some extent an interdiction operation. There’s always someone who wants a piece of you and is willing to get it either by coercion or fraud, or some combination of the two. Governments are the worst for doing this, but it extends to other groups, and to individuals too.

      • JTC

        All true, but it’s kind of like here in the Fla where they ride us about Floriduh folks, the Florida Man meme, etc. I tell people yeah we’ve got plenty of homegrown crazies, but everybody wants to be here so we get the crazy from the whole country blamed on us.

        Seems like in about the same ratio as the illegals too…42%? That’s a wow factor right there.

        • kadaka

          But still, hardly any legal person will ever be charged with a federal crime, while all illegal persons by definition have committed a federal crime. Lies, damn lies, and statistics. Now include all legal people who have fudged their taxes or possessed weed on American soil who weren’t federally charged.

          My rebuke of myself is those tend to be “innocent” crimes while violating a nation’s borders is rather blatant disrespect. Intent matters. And being an illegal protesting immigration law here is like waving a bag of weed in front of DEA agents, they should be arresting them on the spot.

        • Punta Gorda

          You mean like the pair in Hillsboro county that broke into a home and held the occupant at knife and gun point, only stealing their egg-beater?

          • kadaka

            Found it. Dec 15, 2008.

            Oh, it was a chrome eggbeater. There you go. Sometimes you see the perfect Christmas gift for someone special and you just have to have it.

  • Fox2!

    The Double D was always set up with a consideration of the illegals crossing the property. That’s why they had a helicopter with a Mossad sniper.

  • Pamela

    This is going to be interesting. Pray tell, how many “Most Wanted” lists did Travis bring with him?

    • John

      How many do you want?
      They have thumb drives these days.

  • William Henry

    There is a cure for illegal immigration…. razor wire, minefields, snipers and bloody heads on posts facing Mexico.

    • Gail Grafford Canty

      I think if we turned off all aid that would be a huge step in ‘the cure’

      • MasterDiver

        Make getting welfare as difficult as getting Veterans’ Benefits.

        Zar Belk!

        • Damn. Now THAT is a bitch! Ask me how I know.

      • JSStryker

        Just take 50% of all remittances sent to Mexico from the US would pay for the wall in no time.

      • John

        I think that’s exactly what motivated Andrés Manuel López Obrador to act so quickly in light of DJT’s threats.
        He’s already on economically shaky ground as it is. The last thing Mexico needs is tariffs.

    • interventor

      Add, a few of those Walking Dead animatronic heads for effect.

      • Pamela

        If you do that, certain members of Congress are going to look really funny

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    Does Travis’ “Most Wanted” sheet(s) also have “Dead or Alive” printed onthem?

  • Tagg

    Is that stat really accurate? 42% of federal crimes attributable to illeagles? If so, we are beyond a crisis point. For a long time i have suspected that a disportionate % of violent crimes are committed by individuals who vote democrat. An unscientific visual analysis of mug shots leads me to believe that.

    • PaulS

      Well, since every one of them is committing a Federal crime, it probably is accurate, but not particularly reliable. Ain’t statistics grand?
      Are crimes that are willfully unenforced still crimes?
      Seems lately that the legal system is only used to bludgeon the people who try to be lawful, the system is truly broken!

      • JTC

        That is a very good point…illegal entry is absolutely a fed crime but if that is the basis for that percentile it does change things in my mind.

        Anybody know? Travis? Burller? Anybody?

    • FC in NH

      Well, the legality of drugs is controlled by the feds so a lot of drug violations can be prosecuted under federal statutes, especially high volume dealers. I suspect that that makes up the bulk of the offenses. I believe that most violent, person-on-person crimes (rape, assault, robbery, murder) are usually prosecuted under state statutes. That’s my impression but it’s not my field of expertise.

    • kadaka

      Eh, statistics, torture the data until it confesses. From Cato: E-Verify Could Have Increased Crime in Arizona

      When you deny legal income to illegals they can turn to illegal income like theft and selling drugs, so Dems argue against E-Verify. But it was never legal income anyway since they didn’t have green cards, it’s all illegal. And a read through the piece shows how statisticians “process” even crappy data to “reveal a signal”.

      Things like this is why there is a “replication crisis” in the sciences. As Wikipedia sez: “According to a 2016 poll of 1,500 scientists reported in the journal Nature, 70% of them had failed to reproduce at least one other scientist’s experiment (50% had failed to reproduce one of their own experiments).” And if it can’t be replicated, it ain’t science.

      • NotYetInACamp

        “Print the Legend.”
        They have taken that to heart.

        And what happens if fear of Ebola has a hand in thousands of Africans fleeing the Congo or elsewhere and getting on jets and flying to the Americas (some fares paid for by Soros), then traveling to Texas and crossing the border into the USA?
        Um? Somebody says that some Border control person is saying that’s happening. 30 day incubation period? 12 months viability in sperm? (Girls?)
        https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/06/ebola_cases_explode_in_congo__just_as_congo_migrants_begin_crossing_our_unguarded_border.html

        Nah. It’s just more made up fake news. Listen to CNN. Drink the Kool Aid.

        • Pamela

          Can we charge the Idiots with Malice Aforethought and lay ever death going forward at their collective feet?

          • kadaka

            The Flores Settlement makes them release children within 20 days. A dog or cat brought to Hawaii without proper paperwork could be quarantined for 120 days. They’re six times more worried about animals spreading potentially lethal diseases.

          • NotYetInACamp

            https://www.infowars.com/african-migrant-details-11-country-journey-to-the-u-s/

            Congo,
            Angola, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, then the USA.

            Wern’t many horror and outbreak movies made following this sort of theme.

            Quite a few murders to lay at the feet and necks of those with a duty to act.

          • NotYetInACamp

            This guy has been at the trip a long time.
            The trip took him 4 months.

            Alexandra Bruce commented:
            I’m able to understand him perfectly. His English is not too great but he speaks French, Spanish and Portuguese. Unlike many of the Central Americans coming over in the caravans, he says he’s a skilled laborer, a crane operator who’s worked on oil rigs. He is not an illiterate peasant. He says he’s leaving Angola because there are no prospects there. He wants to stay in San Antonio and get a job to provide for his family, to get his children into school, etc. He says it took him 4 months to get from Brazil to Mexico. He says that Mexican law enforcement are corrupt and require bribes and are treating the Africans badly. He saved up to pay for this trip and got help from Catholic charities.

          • Pamela

            I think everyone needs to contact the White House regarding the illegals coming in with possible Ebola.

          • cb

            ‘Hear no, See no, Speak no’ thttps://www.infowars.com/video-reporters-thrown-out-after-covering-potential-ebola-carriers-in-texas/

    • Pamela

      She obviously is tepid in her dislike.

  • I’ve always loved the “carpet bomb with napalm” concept.

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