Mexicans Coached on “Credible Fear” to Get Into U.S.
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Obama amnesty has spread like wildfire in Mexico, igniting a crisis in a border crossing overwhelmed by illegal immigrants who’ve been taught that using “key words and phrases” will allow them to enter and remain in the U.S.
A San Diego California news station reports the story this week and now the feds have launched a “very intense” search for the leakers. A loophole in the administration’s backdoor amnesty plan is allowing hundreds of illegal aliens into the U.S. from Mexico, federal government sources tell the news station.
In just one day this week, 199 illegal immigrants came through the Otay crossing in San Diego claiming “credible fear” of Mexican drug cartels. A Border Patrol agent said this: “They are being told if they come across, when they come up to the border and they say certain words, they will be allowed into the country.” Federal agents at the Otay crossing have been so overwhelmed, the processing center was shut down this week and cases were shipped by van to another station in San Ysidro.
A former federal prosecutor who deals with lots of immigration issues says it appears to be a “well-orchestrated attempt” to allow illegal aliens to stay in the U.S. The border crossers have been taught to tell port enforcement agents that cartels are ripping their state apart and that they have “credible fear.” This gives them special treatment, those close to the scheme say.
This is becoming a big business south of the border, according to inside sources cited in the news report. For instance, for $300 Mexicans can buy a video that teaches them exactly what to say and how to act to maximize chances of staying in the United States. There are also individual instructional sessions that teach illegal aliens how to beat the system. It’s like our immigration system is a huge joke!
Just a few days ago the Obama administration granted amnesty to a group of illegal immigrants who self-deported during a publicity stunt aimed at protesting the removal of thousands of their comrades. Known as the “Dream 9,” the group voluntarily flew across the border into Mexico as part of the stunt. But when the cameras left and the “Dream 9” tried to return to the U.S. through the Nogales Arizona port of entry, they were arrested.
After spending a few weeks in a federal immigration detention center, the publicity-seeking illegal aliens decided to play the same fear card that so many others are using. Laughably, it worked. This week the Obama administration determined that the “Dreamers” have a “credible fear of persecution or torture” in their native Mexico.