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Wednesday, October 09, 2019

'Ten years in detention is better than a day here,' says migrant eager to enter the US from Mexico

Admission to the migrant detention facilities is apparently all the rage, despite what the hysterical national media have been saying for the last two years.

The Los Angeles Times captured the sentiment Monday in an interview with a Cuban woman who was waiting in Mexico for even just the chance at a coveted spot in a United States detention center.

“Ten years in detention is better than a day here,” said the 22-year-old who identified herself only as Dany, a lesbian who had traveled to the U.S. border with her partner in hopes of claiming asylum. That glowing endorsement of the Trump administration’s care for illegal immigrants sneaking their way into the country comes three months after CBS’s Norah O’Donnell aired an interview with one detainee who described her stay as “excellent.”



TheRealRay said...

Has anyone seen a homeless illegals alien ?

Anonymous said...

Good point. I think they all cram into apartments and houses previously migrants rented.