His bags were packed, and the smuggler was ready. If all went well, Eswin Josué Fuentes figured he and his 10-year-old daughter would slip into the United States within days.
The "better life" awaits for a scumbag opportunist. I paid the criminal, packed my colon with drugs, picked out a child I could use for "Oh, these poor la-teen-oh larva" emotional manipulation if things went sideways, everything was ready. Get ready Legacy America, here comes another one.
Then, the night before he planned to leave, he had a phone conversation with a Honduran friend living illegally in New York. Under President Trump, the friend warned, the United States was no longer a place for undocumented migrants.
The rare happy ending for a "No human is illegal!" tale of woe, corruption and defiance of our laws and sovereignty. One tape worm told another that the intestinal lining of the host is becoming difficult terrain for these worthless parasites. Evil xenophobic Trump, using fear and intimidation to stop the mudslide while we wait and wait for the wall to be built. I want to believe.
Shaken, Mr. Fuentes abruptly ditched his plans in May and decided to stay here in Honduras, despite its unrelenting violence and poverty. He even passed up the $12,000 in smuggler fees that his sister in the United States had lined up for the journey.
Instead of putting that "unrelenting violence and poverty" in a bag and taking it to a country that forgot how to defend itself this creature stayed in the Latin American anus. It even passed up shekels, something the semitic author of this Jew York Times fraud news "woe is me" tale would never do.
“I got scared of what’s happening there,” Mr. Fuentes said.
Our enemy is scared. This is good.
From February through May, the number of undocumented immigrants stopped or caught along the southwest border of the United States fell 60 percent from the same period last year, according to United States Customs and Border Protection — evidence that far fewer migrants are heading north, officials on both sides of the border say.
Now even ineffectual little patrols are enough to reduce the flood of human sewage. Let's get going on that wall, or at least some minefields.
Inside the United States, the Trump administration has cast a broader enforcement net, including reversing Obama-era rules that put a priority on arresting serious criminals and mostly left other undocumented immigrants alone.
Just a reminder that for eight agonizing years the USA ceased to exist as a meaningful corporate entity. Just leave the future tan slaves alone, it's much easier that way. We'll worry about making them good little barcodes in a jewish nightmare state after Whites have been exterminated.
This could have been your future, but you had to go and be "racist."
Arrests of immigrants living illegally in the United States have soared, with the biggest increase coming among those migrants with no criminal records.
This is why tomorrow's holiday feels like a celebration again, instead of mourning something that died when we elected a foreign mulatto sodomite.
The shift has sown a new sense of fear among undocumented immigrants in the United States. In turn, they have sent a warning back to relatives and friends in their homelands: Don’t come.
Manuel de Jesús Ríos Reyes, 55, stood in the unforgiving sun outside a reception center for deportees from the United States. His wife, who tried to cross the American border illegally in March, was on an incoming flight.
Sawed-off human garbage waits for the return of the sex monkey. It could bring tears to a glass eye.
Mindful of the warnings from the United States, Mr. Ríos had urged her not to go. “She didn’t pay attention,” he recalled. “Now she’s here. Thank God, she’s alive.
Thank God, she got deported and is no longer our problem.
Migrant smugglers in Honduras say their business has dried up since Mr. Trump took office. Fewer buses have been leaving the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula bound for the border with Guatemala, the usual route for Honduran migrants heading overland to the United States. In hotels and shelters along the migrant trail, once-occupied beds go empty night after night.
America restored. Coyotes, gang members, cartels, hotel owners, drug mules and welfare colonists hardest hit.
Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye.