It’s bad enough that we have the left trying to discredit and stop Donald Trump, but we expect that from them. It’s worse that the GOP establishment and their cronies are trying to help them. After all, you can only be betrayed by those to whom you gave some measure of trust to in the first place. Is it really any wonder that they are often referred to as the Uni-party or different sides of the same coin? It’s often said the left wants illegal aliens for voters and the right wants them for (taxpayer subsidized) cheap labor for their Chamber of Commerce backers.
The elitists of both parties aren’t fooling the American public who has to pay the high costs that come with illegal aliens, both in dollars and lives lost at their hands. The Mexican elites agree with Donald Trump they just won’t admit it publicly. Mexico is rife with corruption at all levels of government. The former Mexican President, Vincente Fox, is among those who have made remarks about Donald Trump. Interestingly, he also said the drug war was useless, but he has been accused by citizens and his ex-wife for crimes relating to drugs. It seems to me there is no concern for the people in his country who are suffering due to the drug cartels, rather he would like the flow of drugs to continue.
While some illegal aliens may be just hard-working people seeking a better life, the fact is there are many millions around the globe that are as equally hard-working. They would also like to live in the United States and they patiently wait their turn. As for Mexico’s government, rather than fixing the problems in Mexico, it appears it is just easier to dump them on American taxpayers. Mexico is once again sticking their nose into our business in an effort to stop the election of Donald Trump. Bloomberg reports:
“Mexico is mounting an unprecedented effort to turn its permanent residents in the U.S. into citizens, a status that would enable them to vote — presumably against Donald Trump.
Officially, Mexico says it respects U.S. sovereignty and has no strategy to influence the result of the presidential race. Yet Mexican diplomats are mobilizing for the first time to assist immigrants in gaining U.S. citizenship, hosting free workshops on naturalization.
“This is a historic moment where the Mexican consulate will open its doors to carry out these types of events in favor of the Mexican community,” Adrian Sosa, a spokesman for the consulate in Chicago, said before an event on March 19. In Dallas, about 250 permanent residents attended the consulate’s first “citizenship clinic” in February and another 150 in its second in March. In Las Vegas, the turnout topped 500.
Underscoring the fine line that separates participation from interfering in another country’s election, Sosa noted that the consulate only hosts the event but it’s community organizations who offer the advice.
Mexico may have the most at stake but it’s not alone among U.S. allies bewildered by — and worried about — the reality-television star’s success in the Republican primaries. Trump, who launched his campaign with invective directed at Mexico and a promise to build a border wall (with a “big beautiful door”), identified himself last week as his own top foreign-policy adviser.”