I am a GOP candidate from the nomination for U.S. House District 5. I am pro-choice, pro-environment, anti-war and anti-dt. I want to address the issue of “immigration.” One thing to know: if you want less crime in your neighborhood, encourage immigrants to move there.
Statistics support the concept that immigrants commit fewer crimes and do more to improve the lives of their families and the lives of others around them. That’s kinda spiffy - especially in a country that, in its history, has welcomed so many immigrants.
“The Wall” was a decent album, but absurd as a “solution” to a non-existent crisis. The current administration’s policies are cruel, rooted in racism, and through separation of children and parents at the border violate principles of decency and of due process of law.
The current occupant of the Oval Office (a/k/a dt) has said of immigrants: “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” Hmmm. Is there a problem?
Regular flights to and from specific airports by private jets can be monitored to determine whether drugs are, or have been, imported. The Palm Beach, Florida, airport had regular flights that would seem to indicate trafficking.
The Palm Beach airport is used by dt for travel to and from Mar-a-Lago. If he wants to get to the bottom of this aspect of international trafficking, he’s a stone’s throw away.
In the category of international crime, Russian oligarchs have used purchase of property in the United States as a means to launder money. These types of situations can and should be investigated as specific criminal actions...
... not used as excuses for a draconian change of immigration policies. That paper is easy to track, especially if used to purchase, say, high-rise condominiums in New York. As that great legal mind Bernard P. Fife would say: Nip it!
Then there are the rapists. That same Palm Beach airport - sorry to return there, but it seems to have had a lot of flights that are germane to immigration - was visited by jets that went to and from Jeffrey Epstein’s island off St. Thomas.
I say be efficient! Investigate the activities around those flights, at the same time as the whole drug thing. Of course, if we go there, we must discuss DACA.
We should help children. As someone (okay: a foreigner) said “Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God. Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein.”
We should deport anyone who has violated the law to obtain resident status or citizenship, e.g., someone who falsely claims “special skills” for a visa and marries a U.S. citizen to move here and have a kid.
We also should investigate for possible prosecution people who regularly take advantage of people without green cards and pay them “cheap.” I suggest these investigations because dt is so close to where these criminal activities have occurred: he’s played a role in them.
My name is Mark Small. I am a GOP candidate from the nomination for U.S. House District 5. I approve of this blog. Hell, I wrote it.