Warning: The following story will make you sick — and very angry.
If anyone you know still doesn’t understand why President Trump plans to build that “big, beautiful” wall on the southern border, or they feel sorry for all those illegal aliens now being deported back to Mexico, you may want to show them this news report.
Even after being elected, Donald Trump hasn’t stopped talking about the victims of these criminals. He made Katie Steinle a household name, and her family and others effected by this crime wave endorsed his campaign. But they weren’t just campaign props — it is obvious that Trump genuinely cares about these victims and all the others like them. He mentioned them once again in his address to the joint session of Congress.
Their stories are heartbreaking but this one may be the worst of all.
“Police charged an illegal alien from Guatemala with sexually molesting a three-year-old girl in the ‘sanctuary state’ of Connecticut. Police arrested Douglas Hus-Flores, a 19-year-old Guatemalan national, and charged him with first-degree sexual assault, and risk of injury to a minor. The mother found the toddler bleeding and rushed her to a nearby hospital.” (…)
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy (D) sent a memo in February to law enforcement officials across the state demanding they refuse compliance with federal immigration officials in order to help shield illegal immigrants from federal immigration law, as Breitbart News reported.
Why do so many Democrats like Governor Malloy care more about criminals than their victims?
These criminals contribute nothing to society — in fact, they use us precious resources without giving anything back.
Meanwhile, law abiding taxpayers are forced to pay for everything from their government benefits to their lawyers and incarceration.
President Trump has vowed that “sanctuary” states like Connecticut will be cut off from federal funding if they persist in their lawbreaking ways.
What kind of a message does it send citizens when their state’s chief law enforcement official — their governor — flouts the law in this fashion?
In the interest in law and order and social cohesion, the sooner President Trump cracks down on Malloy and makes an example out of him, the better.