White House: We’ll Put Illegal Immigrants Wherever We Want, And We Won’t Tell You
Illegal immigrant children can be placed in states without local government knowing–because: they have a “right to privacy” that trumps the public’s right to know, according to White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest.
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman — a Republican — recently discovered that 200 illegal immigrant children were sent to his state “without warning.” Oklahoma’s Republican Gov. Mary Fallin was “alerted through the media” about 600 children coming to a military installation in her state.
And, Virginia Rep. Rob Wittman (also a Republican — Coincidence?) found out about a shipment of children to his state from a local charity that was contracted by the federal government to provide housing and supplies for the children.
Since when do people entering the country illegally have a “right to privacy” that trumps the health and safety concerns of the public, or concerns about where the money of taxpayers who support these illegals is going? This is beyond disgusting.
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Armageddon, now in handy, portable, YouTube form. As Mark Steyn writes in the introduction to his new book, After America: