Trump: Dems have needed border in “Disneyland,” said Perry Mason, in order to win court fight

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President Trump says that illegal immigration is on the rise, because the US economy is strong.

President Trump said on “Sunday Morning Futures” that illegal immigrants flock to the country to unprecedented prices “, because our economy is so good”, and “everyone wants a piece of him” – and he claims that the Democrats now have significant incentives for illegal immigrants bring children with them as a legal shield.

“You hired Perry Mason”, to go fight some of the immigration challenges and the enforcement of border security, Trump said, alluding to the backlog of immigration cases, and a recent Ninth Circuit ruling requires that asylum seekers be allowed to go before a Federal judge.

“We are a people move so fast,” he added. “The problem is, to register we have, we will bring you before the court. Another country just says, sorry, you can’t come into our country, and go to them. In our country, you have to take you to court, you hired Perry Mason, I mean, you know, it’s all legal. You have attorneys who are on the border, our employees, lawyers, wise guys are at the border, the signing of the people.”

Trump continued: “Every time you have a cold, you try and blame Border Patrol. It is a shame what is going on, and it could be solved in 15 minutes, if the Democrats have the votes, it would be over.”


During the dramatic live broadcast from the southern border, the anchor Maria Bartiromo several alleged family units-including groups with small children-border agents interviewed.

To ignore the once largely panned by progressives as a mere conservative hysteria in the midst of the President’s push for a border wall-financing, which has become a humanitarian crisis at the border, too obvious, even for some partisans. The New York Times, a story that May Have Reached the beginning of this month with the title “US immigration System, is supposed to be a “breaking point”, which pointed out that the immigration courts in the handling of nearly 900,000 cases, processing an average of 700 days to

In the meantime, while their cases are still pending, the family increasingly fell on the remote-bus-stations-mainly because of the 1993 Flores consent decree, the law prohibits the detention of migrant children for more than 20 days.

“It can solve a system of the Congress-and you can’t get that out of your ass.”

President Trump

“What we need are new laws that do not allow this so if someone comes in, we say, sorry, you have to go. . … We have a court system with over 900,000 cases behind it. You have said a court needs to hear than 900,000 cases” Trump, based on the overloaded immigration and asylum courts. “It can solve a system of the Congress-and you can’t get that out of your ass.”

Trump called the situation at the border, such as “Disneyland” now, the supposed family can not be separated, for longer periods of time. Under the administration of the “no tolerance policy”,” adults, collected on the border with the children, with illegal entry into the United States and, shortly thereafter, and separated from minors decree in your group under the Flores.

“We-we go out and we finish the separation,” Trump said. “The problem is, you have to come 10 times more people with their families. It’s like Disneyland now. You know, before they would get separated, so that people would not say that we go to the top. Now you do not need to be separated and, you know, while you have sounds nice and all, what happened-literally, they have 10 times more families, because they are not separated from their children.”

FILE – In this March 14, 2019, file photo, a group of immigrant families walk from the Rio Grande, the river that separates the U.S. and Mexico in Texas, in the vicinity of McAllen, Texas, right in front of those arrested by the Border Patrol. U.S. border authorities say they have to increase started, the biometric data, the prints you take of children at the age of 13 years and younger, including the fingers, in spite of privacy concerns, and the policy of the government determined to restrict what can be collected from young migrants. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, file)

Progressive rhetoric and the Problem will only boost the conservatives in the polls, trump added.

“Beto O’rourke wants the walls down-that is to say, he’s done,” Trump said, referring to O’rourke stated desire to tear the existing boundaries of built-up barriers. “I mean, he was ready two weeks ago to say as he began: some very silly things. Beto was exposed to. Biden has been exposed to. I don’t know, to Biden what the hell happened.”

Trump added: “I have – I don’t know, it just looks like the same Biden. I said, is that Biden really Joe? I’ve known him for a long time, I’ve seen him for a long time. I said, what happened to him? He is so – he was suspended because he was very weak.”

Faced with a flood of illegal immigrants trying to enter the country, U.S. border authorities say they have to increase begun to limit the biometric data, the determined take of children who are 13 years of age or younger, including the fingerprints, in spite of privacy concerns, and the policy of the government, what can be collected of migrants-young people.


The number of unauthorized border crossings are set to surging this year, with new records on a monthly basis for the number of families entering the U.S. outside the legal points of entry. Most are from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, and many children and adults cross asylum under U.S. law.

The Border Patrol has warned that its holding facilities are past capacity, and not to detain it to the employees or resources, migrants. Soon it will be two tent facilities open on the border to Texas, for processing and detention, and the immigration agencies publish families within a day or two of detention space.

“Biden has been suspended. I don’t know, to Biden what the hell happened.”

President Trump

In front of pressure from trump, the illegal crossings, Homeland Security officials blame the high numbers in part to the adults, the parents, to avoid arrest.

In one case, a court in El Paso, filed in Federal, in this month, authorities accused a Guatemalan man with a fake birth certificate printed that claimed he was the father of the teenager who crossed the border illegally with him. Authorities say that the youth agreed, with the man, because he wanted to get away, Guatemala. They could not confirm the teen age.

A Border Patrol official said this week that the Agency had started a pilot program for the collection of biometric children’s data with the permission of the adult who accompanies them, although he did not specify where along the border was implemented.

The Border Patrol also has a “rapid DNA pilot program” in the works, said Anthony Porvaznik, the chief patrol agent in Yuma, Arizona., in a video interview, published by the Epoch Times newspaper.

A spokesman for the Border Patrol and the Department of Homeland Security did not return several messages seeking comment on both programs.

The Border Patrol says that last year, it held approximately 3,100 adults and children, with a fraudulent intent as a family, so that they can be released in the United States quickly rather than face detention or rapid deportation.

El Paso, TX Customs and Border Patrol chief: We are seeing an unprecedented number of families-unit aliens

Aaron Hull, says Border Patrol resources are strained, because the humanitarian needs, the family unit, in need of the aliens.

The Department of Homeland Security has also warned that “child-recycling, the” cases where they say, children are not allowed in the United States were in Central America, coupled with the other adults in the fake families — something they say is impossible to catch, without any fingerprints or other biometric data smuggled.

“These are kids that are rented, for lack of a better word,” Porvaznik said.

But the Border Patrol has not released to the public everyone who is arrested is identified, in a “child-recycling” scheme, or data on how many such systems have been revealed. The supporters say that they are concerned that, in the name of stopping fraud, the agent may collect personal information from children which could be used against you later.

“Of course, child trafficking exists,” said Karla Vargas, a lawyer with the Texas Civil Rights Project. But she warned against the implementation “of a” catch-all” policy, reducing the rights of the persons legally asylum.

At a round table with trump broadcast in February, a Border Patrol official described the case, he said, led to eight charges in South Carolina, including a Guatemalan woman who said she had been “” be recycled children, the 13-time for the payment of $1,500 per child. The U.S. attorney’s office in South Carolina, told the AP this week, the housing was sealed and declined to comment.

Meanwhile, immigrant advocates say that the border Patrol regularly quoted, the fraud, if there is a child by an adult relative, a parent is not a part separating, even if the relatives of the child, effective guardian.

Migrants on the border between Mexico and Guatemala, on a raft on the Suchiate river, near Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas state, Mexico, Saturday, April 27, 2019. Thousands of migrants remain on the southern border of Mexico waiting for documents, which enable them to stay legally in the country. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)

The Texas Civil Rights Project, a study carried out in February, 272 separated families counted to a single courthouse in Texas since June, after the official end of the ” zero-tolerance-policy-to-thousands of family separations published earlier in the year 2018. Of those, 234 involved adult siblings, aunts and uncles, or other relatives of the children.

DHS regulations say that the Department may require the fingerprints of all persons who are exempt in the country illegally, but these provisions, persons under 14.

Porvaznik, the chief agent in Yuma, Arizona., the Epoch Times said that under the pilot program-agents fingerprints of children under 14, “if we get the permission of the adult that you are with.”

But lawyers say the interpretation can be challenged in court.


“The DHS may claim that you can get to this bar, by the permission of the parents, but the interpretation is a court challenge,” Cornell law professor Stephen Yale-Loehr,. “To do this legally, DHS must go through the rulemaking process to change the regulation.”

Vargas of the Texas Civil Rights Project, said she spoke often to immigrant parents who had signed papers that you don’t fully understand.

“It is never presented that immigrants said, ‘you have a choice whether or not to sign, the “” Vargas.

Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, a researcher at George Mason University, said that, while you are in any doubt about the advanced data collection, it might be a “unintentional positive outcomes.”

“It will be easier to investigations in connection with human trafficking of immigrant children, kidnappings, or other crimes, said this vulnerable segment of the migrant population,” she said.

Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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