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Whistleblower confirms Obama knew MS-13 members were part of immigrant surge, but let them in anyway

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Former-President Obama was all about filling America with as many Third World immigrants as possible. And apparently, if they were from violent street gangs like MS-13, so much the better.

On Wednesday, Senator Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, cited documents from Customs and Border Protection turned over by a whistleblower that proves that the Obama administration purposefully allowed at least 16 members of the Central American street gang MS-13 to stay in the United States despite being caught crossing the border illegally.

They were “DREAMers” after all, presumably, teenagers just seeking a better life (or easier prey).

According to the Washington Times, the gang members were part of the 2014 surge of “unaccompanied alien children” from Central America. While the confirmed members happened to be teenagers, Johnson noted that 68 percent of the 200,000 UACs caught between 2012 and 2016 were older teens ranging from ages 15 to 17, or plenty old enough to be in adult gangs and commit adult crimes.

“CBP apprehended them, knew they were MS-13 gang members, and they processed and disbursed them into our communities,” Johnson said.

At the time, administration officials wanted the teens to be treated as refugees fleeing bad conditions in their home countries.

Last month, Tucker Carlson called the Central American street gang MS-13 a “far greater threat” to Americans than ISIS militants. During a Fox & Friends appearance discussing the issue, Fox News host Jeanine Pirro linked the danger to the Obama Administration’s lenient policies, saying: “They came into this country in 2014 under the Obama administration policy of allowing those in from Central America — El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala.”

The recent revelations from Senator Johnson only serve to underscore Pirro’s point.

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Scott Morefield


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