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HOUSTON, Texas--The federal government has launched a campaign targeted at Central Americans to deter the wave of illegal immigrants from making the trek north and crossing into the United States. Newly released television ads warn of the dangers that come with illegal immigration.
"Dramatic stories, made in the telenovella fashion" will be distributed both in the U.S. and Central America, according to ABC 13.
The commcerials feature a young migrant, saying goodbye to his mother and father before making the journey north. He finds himself embarking on a much more dangerous trip than he had bargained for.
Breitbart Texas recently reported on a Guatemalan mother who told an Associated Press reporter in her home that her son should have stayed in Guatemala. He was found dead this week near the Rio Grande River. Twelve illegal aliens were found dead in Brooks County in June near the small South Texas town of Falfurrias which is located about 80 miles from the Mexican border.
originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
Soooo, is Pelosi still calling this an "opportunity" and not a crisis? Or will she need thousands more to cross over to find out if it is really a crisis?
What difference does it make?
What new catchphrase is coming next to help us all feel better about this entire situation?
Taking away the incentives is the first step to really fixing this though. Make it so you do not get 1 single bit of anything free being illegal.
More than 50,000 children, predominantly from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally since October.
“We should tell these countries in Central America that no more aid, no more assistance, no nothing until they stop this from happening,” McCain
McCain, who was the GOP architect of the Senate’s immigration plan, also said the United States should not tackle comprehensive immigration reform until the border is secured.