Influential Mexican officials, legislatures, governors and other public figures have set up a $50 million fund to assist ILLEGAL immigrants in the United States fight our court system in order to stay in the USA.
Former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda is hoping to flood the already overburdened US immigration courts until it eventually breaks down.
The $50 million in allocated funds will also be used to pay for ad campaigns advising illegal immigrants in the United States how to fight their deportations if detained.
“The backlog in the immigration system is tremendous,” said former Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda. The idea is to double or triple the backlog, “until [U.S. President Donald] Trump desists in this stupid idea,” he added.
Mexico’s Foreign Ministry also threatened to sue the US government for what it calls “constitutional violations during raids,” apparently failing to realize that the U.S. Constitution only applies to naturalized citizens, not those who enter the country illegally.
President Enrique Peña Nieto who recently canceled a visit to the United States for a meeting with Pres. Trump also instructed the countries 50 consulates in the US to harbor and defend the illegal immigrants operating in the country. Which many have considered a clear breach of international laws in regards to using consulates to take part in political activities within another nation.
Mexican Sen. Armando Ríos Piter, who is an active member of the leftist party of the Democratic Revolution had no qualms in openly issuing threats to president Trump. “It’s important to make clear to them the possible consequences if Trump keeps a hostile and aggressive stance,” he said.
Another group of Mexican senators stated they were working on legislation that would explicitly prohibit any parts of the government from allocating funds to build a border wall. The same legislatures have also contemplated putting forth retaliatory measures if President Trump and the US government follow through with Trump’s plan to block as much of the $27 billion in remittances back to Mexico in 2016, or seek to add taxes and levies to incoming Mexican goods in order to offset our lopsided trade balance.
“We want to be friends, but in the face of continued hostility we don’t have to keep a friendly attitude forever,” said Arturo Zamora, a senator with Mr. Peña Nieto’s ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party.
As you can see Mexican politicians are none too happy about seeing billions of revenue lost due to president Trump’s “America First” policies. Perhaps this is why they’re fighting so vehemently while flooding United States media with their sob stories and propaganda about how Trump’s policies are racist and disenfranchising minorities. When in truth the deportation of millions of illegals that were taking jobs Americans wanted but were unable to fulfill due to their low wages being doled out to cheaper labor will leave a massive vacuum in the job market that will quickly be filled by Americans, despite claims by leftist politicians claiming Americans are either too lazy or unwilling to fulfill those jobs.