American citizens, weary of the invasion of our sovereign border, first by Mexican nationals and then by hundreds of thousands of Central Americans, have a new problem to deal with. Feeding, clothing, housing, educating their children, providing free medical services and incarcerating the criminals among them is not enough.
These impoverished foreign nationals, warmly referred to by their advocates as “migrants,” are now suing us.
How can that be you might ask. They don’t speak English. They have broken into our country as surely as if they rammed their way through the front door of our home. They have no money to hire lawyers.
Yet somehow they are able to accuse the U.S. government, claiming “the Trump administration has violated the rights of asylum-seekers through the arbitrary and capricious implementation of a virtual asylum ban at the southern border.”
Pretty fancy jargon for over 125 uneducated illegal aliens — described as “mothers and children.” Discerning American citizens no doubt smell a rat. An Arizona Capitol Times editorial by former Gov. Jan Brewer illuminates the Trump administration’s implementation of DNA testing at the border, substantiating many of the children are exploited, and not even related to the adults with whom they they are traveling. Children are used to provide legitimacy to their claims of seeking asylum.
Fortunately, the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled the administration can bar illegal aliens from applying for asylum if they pass through another country — routinely Mexico — without seeking asylum there before arriving in the United States.
Hopefully, the lawsuit, filed by Virginia/D.C. based immigration lawyer Hassan M. Ahmed, will put to rest his political aspirations. Taking a substantial hit, Ahmad lost the June 11, 2019 primary for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates — the equivalent of a state legislator in Arizona.
Describing himself as a “progressive Democrat” he threatened:
“The people of Northern Virginia need for our next representative to be more than a reliable Democratic vote; we need an advocate, someone who can work within the rules when they benefit everyone and will bring the community together to change them when they don’t.”
An anti-Second Amendment and NRA reviler who blithely flings the word “racist” around to describe Republicans, Ahmad advocated “undertaking an investigation into the extent of the damage the NRA has done to the health of our communities in Virginia, and hold this extreme organization to account.”
What he considers “extreme” doesn’t include innocent life, which has no relevance to the immoral pro-abortion crusader. He claims that both the criminal justice and immigration systems are badly broken. Hassan Ahmad must be gauging them by his own moral compass.