Hispanic Criminal Gangs Proliferated Under Obama

Hispanic Criminal Gangs Proliferated Under Obama

June 24, 2017
By CHRISTOPHER MANION

For many years our bishops have advocated amnesty and opposed efforts like those of President Trump to protect Americans from criminal illegal aliens. So it is no surprise that an FBI agent recently informed Washington, D.C., news radio WTOP that, “We have seen a resurgence of MS-13 in the past four or five years.” A Fairfax County gang task force leader who has tracked MS-13 for more than 15 years says the gang, one of the most lethal in all the Americas, is “much more violent” than ever.
Hispanic youth are easy pickings for gang recruiters. Seventy-eight percent of public-school students in Fairfax County, Va., a populous suburb of Washington, come from immigrant households. One local sheriff reports that schools have children from over 60 countries speaking over 35 languages — “and every language has at least one street gang.”
Because the bishops have endorsed amnesty and illegal immigration for years, they find it hard to encourage immigrants to follow the law, even the Ten Commandments, with the same vigor. Moreover, it is the rare bishop (Jaime Soto of Sacramento is an example) that will address the disastrous family situations caused by the bishops’ support of burgeoning illegal immigration.
Most illegals cross the border alone, each having paid criminal “Coyotes” from the drug cartels thousands of dollars to get here. That’s their first contact with American gangs. They know they’re lethal. So do Hispanic children, who are bullied, threatened, and recruited on the most dangerous place they go each day — the yellow school bus, ruled by gangs.
Instead of ministering with the Ten Commandments — “Thou Shalt Not Steal” (Social Security Numbers) or “Bear False Witness” (lie on welfare applications) — dioceses throughout the country offer illegals access to free advice on how to dodge immigration officers. When it comes to their marital status and their legal status, the Church is “nonjudgmental” — even as bishops routinely lambaste U.S. citizens who oppose amnesty as bigots, Nativists, racists, and xenophobes.
Meanwhile, there is no indication from the USCCB that our bishops will begin to cooperate with immigration officials to protect Americans, prosecute criminals, and preserve the rule of law.

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