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U.S. closes 2 rail crossings in Texas so agents can help process migrants


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"Process" migrants? What does that mean... take their names and release them into the country. How about refuse to let them enter in the first place? Or detain them until they can prove their claims for refugee/asylum status? It really isn't that hard to figure out.

The human smugglers in Mexico and central America are getting rich due to America being so soft. Thousands of fit looking young men turn up every day. None look like they have had an arduous journey on foot from somewhere far away. All relatively well dressed, carry similar backpacks, are clean, shaven, and with neat haircuts. Again, not looking like they just walked 1000km to the border. Obviously, they paid human traffickers to carry them to the border and then just bounced across. The image of the poor, starving family struggling along the long road to freedom is a myth and a lie.

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When is the mass media ever going to stop calling "illegal undocumented immigrants" as "migrants"?

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If there was no entry then there would be no processing.

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Hurray Governor Greg Abbott. You're a true American.

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