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40 percent fewer illegals crossing the border from January to February

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posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 05:17 PM
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originally posted by: Ameilia

originally posted by: Rezlooper
From 31,000 crossing in January to 18,000 in February, Homeland Security chief announces a 40% drop in illegal border crossings. Kelly said it is because of Trump's immigration policies and it's the lowest border crossing total in at least 5 years.

The Trump Effect on illegal immigration

It is also reported that apprehensions increased from 10% in January to 20% in February.


On January 25, Trump signed two executive orders. One ordered a wall to be built along the roughly 2,000-mile U.S-Mexico border. It also provided additional resources to DHS to stop people intending to “illegally enter the United States without inspection or admission,” and called for an additional 5,000 border agents.


These significant numbers are already happening and there are still plans to hire 5,000 more agents, and build a wall.


The second order reinstated the Secure Communities Program, which ICE uses to target undocumented immigrants. It also instructed the State Department to “withhold visas or take other measures to ensure countries take back the undocumented immigrants the U.S. sends back, and also strips federal grant money from sanctuary cities that harbor undocumented immigrants


What other effects shall we see from these tough immigration policies? Hopefully, we'll see a dent in the meth epidemic plaguing our communities all across America. Here in my neck of the woods, it's out of control. Just the other day a couple was arrested for smoking meth in their home with three young children inside, ages 7, 2 and 10 months. Thankfully those kids have been rescued. Also, spoke with a teacher in our schools recently who said they are seeing the effects on the children. A 3rd grade student has lost nearly all his teeth already, terribly sad.

Meth is destroying countless families in this country. People who don't think building a wall will help reduce the flow of this drug into our country are naive.

Sorry for the rant on drugs in an immigration thread, but I think the two go hand in hand.



Third graders lose their teeth. This is natural. Then adult teeth come in. It's a part of life.




Permanent teeth will begin to grow around age 3 underneath the gums and bony structures of the mouth. Permanent teeth should all be present by the age of 14. A pediatric dentist at one interval will record these structures using an x-ray called a panorex x-ray. The panorex view allows the dentist to see all of the oral structures and determine growth and development. Usually this x-ray view is taken for the first time at age 6 upon eruption of the first permanent teeth and followed up again around age 9-10 for continued monitoring of growth and development.


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Many permanent teeth are already present by 3rd grade - 9 and 10 year olds. If they are all rotted and nearly gone, then the child has lost his permanent teeth.




posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 09:55 PM
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originally posted by: Rezlooper

originally posted by: Ameilia

originally posted by: Rezlooper
From 31,000 crossing in January to 18,000 in February, Homeland Security chief announces a 40% drop in illegal border crossings. Kelly said it is because of Trump's immigration policies and it's the lowest border crossing total in at least 5 years.

The Trump Effect on illegal immigration

It is also reported that apprehensions increased from 10% in January to 20% in February.


On January 25, Trump signed two executive orders. One ordered a wall to be built along the roughly 2,000-mile U.S-Mexico border. It also provided additional resources to DHS to stop people intending to “illegally enter the United States without inspection or admission,” and called for an additional 5,000 border agents.


These significant numbers are already happening and there are still plans to hire 5,000 more agents, and build a wall.


The second order reinstated the Secure Communities Program, which ICE uses to target undocumented immigrants. It also instructed the State Department to “withhold visas or take other measures to ensure countries take back the undocumented immigrants the U.S. sends back, and also strips federal grant money from sanctuary cities that harbor undocumented immigrants


What other effects shall we see from these tough immigration policies? Hopefully, we'll see a dent in the meth epidemic plaguing our communities all across America. Here in my neck of the woods, it's out of control. Just the other day a couple was arrested for smoking meth in their home with three young children inside, ages 7, 2 and 10 months. Thankfully those kids have been rescued. Also, spoke with a teacher in our schools recently who said they are seeing the effects on the children. A 3rd grade student has lost nearly all his teeth already, terribly sad.

Meth is destroying countless families in this country. People who don't think building a wall will help reduce the flow of this drug into our country are naive.

Sorry for the rant on drugs in an immigration thread, but I think the two go hand in hand.



Third graders lose their teeth. This is natural. Then adult teeth come in. It's a part of life.




Permanent teeth will begin to grow around age 3 underneath the gums and bony structures of the mouth. Permanent teeth should all be present by the age of 14. A pediatric dentist at one interval will record these structures using an x-ray called a panorex x-ray. The panorex view allows the dentist to see all of the oral structures and determine growth and development. Usually this x-ray view is taken for the first time at age 6 upon eruption of the first permanent teeth and followed up again around age 9-10 for continued monitoring of growth and development.


source

Many permanent teeth are already present by 3rd grade - 9 and 10 year olds. If they are all rotted and nearly gone, then the child has lost his permanent teeth.


Your own source states all permanent teeth are in by 14. Therefore, 3rd graders, average age 8, will be experiencing normal tooth loss as a part of growing up and gaining adult teeth.



posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 09:56 PM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

It's because there aren't any Mexicans left in Mexico any longer.

They're running out of people.




posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 10:00 PM
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Trump Dog doing work. When people think they will actually be held accountable for their actions, they are much less likely to break the rules. Common sense.



posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 10:06 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut




The proven solution to the illegal drugs issue is to decriminalise possession of drugs (leaving the sale of illegal drugs a criminal offence). Then, make the drugs available under prescription in small, tightly controlled doses (and perhaps even government subsidised). This ruins the profitability of the illegal drug economy. No one rational would risk imprisonment for no financial gain.


Bingo.
..Prohibition does not work, when will people learn this


It is positive that illegal immigration is slowing down, how long will it last though is anyones guess, to attempt to gauge, long term data from a 6 week period of trump in office is well, futile.



posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 10:12 PM
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a reply to: Rezlooper




To legalize meth is completely insane. I'm a huge supporter of legalizing mary jane, but come on, meth? One has to draw a line somewhere. Have you actually seen the impacts of this drug on anyone, let alone children living in the homes of methheads? Completely irrational to consider legalizing meth use.


Im not so sure about that if you have a read of the success they have had with injecting rooms for heroin addicts, it may well be a good thing.
Kings Cross was in the grips of a heroin epidemic where needles were being shared and teens were being injected on the street. The Medical Journal of Australia reported during the 1990s, deaths from opiate drugs increased by 170 per cent.
The rate of ambulance call outs in Kings Cross has dropped 80 per cent since the injecting centre opened and there has never been one death.
source



posted on Mar, 10 2017 @ 08:46 AM
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Canada is having a huge issue right now with illegals jumping their border. Talk about self-deportation!

The irony is that they are claiming they are asylum seekers when in fact they are criminals.



posted on Mar, 10 2017 @ 09:41 AM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Well not to be argumentative, I hope you are right, but just to be informative, its more than the tunnels. Use search term "Border Patrol Arrested". Then do some research on Eagle Pass, TX.



posted on Mar, 10 2017 @ 09:47 AM
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originally posted by: Ameilia

originally posted by: Rezlooper

originally posted by: Ameilia

originally posted by: Rezlooper
From 31,000 crossing in January to 18,000 in February, Homeland Security chief announces a 40% drop in illegal border crossings. Kelly said it is because of Trump's immigration policies and it's the lowest border crossing total in at least 5 years.

The Trump Effect on illegal immigration

It is also reported that apprehensions increased from 10% in January to 20% in February.


On January 25, Trump signed two executive orders. One ordered a wall to be built along the roughly 2,000-mile U.S-Mexico border. It also provided additional resources to DHS to stop people intending to “illegally enter the United States without inspection or admission,” and called for an additional 5,000 border agents.


These significant numbers are already happening and there are still plans to hire 5,000 more agents, and build a wall.


The second order reinstated the Secure Communities Program, which ICE uses to target undocumented immigrants. It also instructed the State Department to “withhold visas or take other measures to ensure countries take back the undocumented immigrants the U.S. sends back, and also strips federal grant money from sanctuary cities that harbor undocumented immigrants


What other effects shall we see from these tough immigration policies? Hopefully, we'll see a dent in the meth epidemic plaguing our communities all across America. Here in my neck of the woods, it's out of control. Just the other day a couple was arrested for smoking meth in their home with three young children inside, ages 7, 2 and 10 months. Thankfully those kids have been rescued. Also, spoke with a teacher in our schools recently who said they are seeing the effects on the children. A 3rd grade student has lost nearly all his teeth already, terribly sad.

Meth is destroying countless families in this country. People who don't think building a wall will help reduce the flow of this drug into our country are naive.

Sorry for the rant on drugs in an immigration thread, but I think the two go hand in hand.



Third graders lose their teeth. This is natural. Then adult teeth come in. It's a part of life.




Permanent teeth will begin to grow around age 3 underneath the gums and bony structures of the mouth. Permanent teeth should all be present by the age of 14. A pediatric dentist at one interval will record these structures using an x-ray called a panorex x-ray. The panorex view allows the dentist to see all of the oral structures and determine growth and development. Usually this x-ray view is taken for the first time at age 6 upon eruption of the first permanent teeth and followed up again around age 9-10 for continued monitoring of growth and development.


source

Many permanent teeth are already present by 3rd grade - 9 and 10 year olds. If they are all rotted and nearly gone, then the child has lost his permanent teeth.


Your own source states all permanent teeth are in by 14. Therefore, 3rd graders, average age 8, will be experiencing normal tooth loss as a part of growing up and gaining adult teeth.


Seriously? Many permanent teeth are coming in by 3rd grade, obviously if those new teeth are rotting, a teacher could tell.



posted on Mar, 10 2017 @ 09:51 AM
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originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: Rezlooper




To legalize meth is completely insane. I'm a huge supporter of legalizing mary jane, but come on, meth? One has to draw a line somewhere. Have you actually seen the impacts of this drug on anyone, let alone children living in the homes of methheads? Completely irrational to consider legalizing meth use.


Im not so sure about that if you have a read of the success they have had with injecting rooms for heroin addicts, it may well be a good thing.
Kings Cross was in the grips of a heroin epidemic where needles were being shared and teens were being injected on the street. The Medical Journal of Australia reported during the 1990s, deaths from opiate drugs increased by 170 per cent.
The rate of ambulance call outs in Kings Cross has dropped 80 per cent since the injecting centre opened and there has never been one death.
source


Maybe what we need to do is get our soldiers out of Afghanistan and give those opiate fields back under control of the Taliban. Ever since they were in charge there, Heroin was unheard of in the states. US soldiers move in, not long after we have a prescription pill epidemic and a heroin epidemic. I know, I know, getting off topic now.



posted on Mar, 10 2017 @ 05:37 PM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Absolutely, there is little doubt our government has had a hand to play in the epidemic.

It's a mess and I have very few answers



posted on Mar, 10 2017 @ 05:51 PM
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Most liberals I know think it's about time someone did something about the border. Up until now republicans and democrats were afraid to touch the subject illegal immigration. There is a large voting block of Latinos in this country and our politicians were afraid of the repercussions. I don't like Trump but it's about time someone is doing something about it.



posted on Mar, 14 2017 @ 07:23 AM
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Um...

Most meth comes from Missouri. I live here, and have 3 family members in law enforcement who bust labs on a daily basis.

That said, most of you apparently need to look into how hard Obama was on immigration, and how many illegals were deported under his administration. The difference? He didn't brag about it.



posted on Mar, 14 2017 @ 12:10 PM
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Want to thank you for the info. I wondered about the supply side and thought it possible you were hinting at that aspect.




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