How do red states win by resettling illegals?

Conservative Review does a masterful job of exposing the 15 Republican governors who are asking for more refugee resettlement in their red states. 

The question is, “Why?”

Here is the answer from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey: Read the full Arizona Initial Resettlement Consent letter he sent to U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo which contains these words: “Throughout our nation’s history, the United States has been a refuge for individuals fleeing religious and political persecution in their homeland, and Arizona has historically been one of the most welcoming states in terms of the number of refugees resettled here.”

The fact is, the word “refugee” is loosely used to describe illegal aliens who have been coached by their legal advocates to claim asylum status. This has been ongoing. In 2014, the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security of the Committee on the Judiciary of the U.S. House of Representatives held hearings on the topic,Asylum Fraud: Abusing America‘s Compassion?”

On April 6, 2019 the situation in the Arizona border county of Yuma, had grown so dire Yuma Mayor Douglas J. Nicholls issued this Proclamation of Emergency declaring an emergency situation exists due to the mass release of migrant* families into the city of Yuma, exceeding the ability to provide adequate services while protecting the health, safety and welfare of people and property located in the city of Yuma.” Nicholls guardedly avoided using the word, “citizens.”

On December 19, 2019, Yuma Mayor Nicholls mysteriously withdrew his emergency declaration, though the border was still a sieve.

For a walk back in time, on January 28, 2013 we posted,McCain tells GOP it must accept amnesty,” McCain and Flake preempt Obama by leading Democrats on amnesty.  It generated 67 responses.

In 2018, the Daily Caller reported on a collection of activist groups known as “March Without Borders” organizing a march in California to the U.S.-Mexico border to meet “asylum seekers” from a much publicized, massive caravan. Immigration lawyers ready to advise the illegal hordes on the best way to submit asylum applications to U.S. immigration authorities were part of the procession.

*Mayor Nicholls’ word. Seeing Red AZ only uses the term “migrant” when describing the migrating swallows that return to Mission San Juan Capistrano from Goya, Argentina each year.

10 Responses to How do red states win by resettling illegals?

  1. Braveheart says:

    The asylum farce was revealed when the caravans of Central Americans crossed their own borders into Mexico. They should have claimed asylum there, the first country they reached, and where they spoke the same language. Our supposed “good friend” Mexico, which has always protected its own southern border, didn’t want them, but it willingly facilitated the caravans passage through its country to the United States.

  2. Kimball says:

    Why are Central Americans illegally invading the USA worthy of American legal advisers coaching them? They should be disbarred for enabling criminality.

  3. East Valley Conservative says:

    Connect the dots…committed amnesty proponent John McCain was Doug Ducey’s longtime mentor. Cindy Hensley McCain gave him his first job at her Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship when he arrived in Arizona to attend ASU. McCain encouraged him to run for state treasurer and then governor. They remained good friends over the years. Ducey’s merely fulfilling McCain’s legacy.

    • jake sez says:

      Now you see why I am not behind McSally. She was a part of that group long ago and is now claiming to be a Trump supporter. However, if you read the news you see that McSally is now working with Kirstin and “Sanctuary City” Stanton on a joint bill concerning immigration. McCain believed in crossing the aisle to become a democrat and has pasted that trait on to his followers. Wolf in sheep’s clothing.

  4. Matt DeGennaro says:

    To answer the headline’s question, the truth is “we don’t win!” Rewarding invaders only encourages more to invade. America has a very generous legal immigration policy. About a million people a year legally take advantage the opportunity to become citizens. Flagrantly breaking our laws is not indicative of the best of intentions. It’s shocking and quite frankly, disgusting, that any government official would clear the way for more lawbreakers.

  5. jake sez says:

    EVC I believe you are serious about wanting to defeat Mark Kelly. However, this election is a primary election and not a general election. A primary election should be one by which we, the republicans, get to choose the person we want to run against Mark Kelly. In my opinion, McSally has shown by her past positions and statements that she is more concerned about being another John McCain than assisting President Trump.

    I watched the video you attached and it is true the McCarthy needs to get better in his presentation but this will happen over time. McSally lost the last election against Kristin because she could not put forth an simple explanation of the republican programs to convince many independents that she would make a competent senator.

    Now we see she is starting to cross the aisle to join the democrats like John McCain espoused. I, for one, do not want another John McCain. The establishment chose McSally for us, we did not chose her. Many of the rural portions of the state are very anti-McSally as they her as a representative.

    Let us set up a debate between both candidates and see for our self how both present themselves..

    • East Valley Conservative says:

      We don’t have time for this pathetic, over-his-head, 34-year-old wanna-be to get up to speed. Arizona’s US Senate race is one of the most watched in the country and money, which drives the political train, is pouring in to Mark Kelly. In the Sunday Square Off interview, which you admit was not good, he said the “Lord will provide” the necessary campaign funds. If he is a sincere conservative, he needs to get his feet wet in the state legislature, but his foolish arrogance doesn’t allow for stepping stones.

      Of course there is a primary. McSally will be forced to needlessly spend money she needs for the General. She carries Pres. Trump’s unequivocal endorsement. As I previously stated, she’s not perfect, (nor are any of us) but she’s a heck of a lot better than far leftist Mark Kelly. McCarthy won’t be an issue.

      I hope you reconsider your position. A vote for McCarthy is ultimately a vote for Soros supported Mark Kelly.

  6. jake sez says:

    Push for a debate and prove me wrong. Calling a vote for McCarty as being a vote for Soros is at best a scare tactic.

  7. jake sez says:

    For an informative look at McCarthy’s views view the interview with John Hook. It is available on Republican Briefs