“What about the children?” bleeding heart moonbats bleat in response to demands that we uphold our territorial integrity by deporting every last one of the invaders, regardless of their age. Yet here is what Obama’s orchestrated border crisis is doing for children:
The Border Patrol agents loaded and unloaded their vehicles packed with the newly-arrived illegal immigrants — including women pregnant or nursing infants, and small, unaccompanied children — throughout the evening and early morning hours. At first, they were mostly teenagers, ages 14 to 17, arriving with their mother or brothers or no one at all. Then came the pregnant women. A mother nursing her infant. A small girl with wide eyes clutching a doll.
A total of 72 came in during the first dark hours of Saturday morning. A third were unaccompanied children.
The life jackets helped many make it across the Rio Grande from Reynosa, the Mexican city across the water from Mission, just west of McAllen. Sources say they come over on rafts ferried by the so-called “coyotes,” the human smugglers whose means of transport are rendered useless whenever discovered by the Border Patrol. Many don’t make it across the river; multiple sources became emotional when recounting their discoveries of small, lifeless bodies washed up along the riverbank.
Funny, we haven’t heard much about dead children from the Obama Regime, which caused this crisis by unilaterally granting amnesty to underage illegal immigrants and by refusing to defend the border, if not by working with the governments of Mexico and Guatemala to arrange the logistics of the invasion.
As Gateway Pundit astutely observes,
This indicates a pattern of covering up dead illegal alien kids by the Obama administration. It was two weeks before news was reported on the sole child death acknowledged by the Obama administration, Gilberto Ramos, a 15 year-old boy from Guatemala whose body was found in the Texas brush dead from the heat.
By hey, every collectivist revolutionary knows that you can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs.