Child Sex Abusers Gained Status In U.S. Courtesy Of Chain Migration
It’s such a shame to live in a wonderful nation like America only to see it trampled all over by policies created by liberal politicians.
I don’t understand how the USA becomes the bad guy when all we want is the same type of immigration system used by nearly every industrialized nation already has in place… a merit-based one!
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) February 27, 2018
The Justice Department moved this month to strip citizenship from five people convicted of child sex abuse — two of whom came to the U.S. on exactly the kind of chain migration the Trump administration now wants to eliminate.
One of the men, Ricardo De Leon, has admitted in court he was already sexually abusing a six-year-old child when he applied for citizenship in the U.S. in 2010. He was approved, even as the abuse continued — lasting through 2014.
De Leon, who came to the U.S. as the child of a sibling of a U.S. citizen, according to administration data, was finally caught, indicted in 2015, and pleaded guilty last year.
In another case, Christian Oribello Eguilos, who also came to the U.S. as the child of a sibling of a U.S. citizen, was charged with having sex with a child 10 years or younger. He accepted a conviction on four lesser charges of forcible lewd acts upon a child.
In both cases, filed last week, the Justice Department says the men lied about past illegal acts during the naturalization process. The convictions create an opening to go back and revoke their citizenship. More
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1. The Wall: Full Appropriation
2. Immigration: Totally Merit-Based
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