Remember that Cuban refugees receive very different treatment than those who are just a few miles away wanting sanctuary.
"The Haitians are here legally, Guerrero emphasized. They wait in Tijuana for appointments with federal authorities, and when it’s their turn, they’re allowed into the country on “humanitarian parole” that allows them to stay for three years from the date of entry.
According to Ginger Jacobs, an immigration attorney who has been acting as a liaison between the group and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, they’re also given a notice to appear in immigration court for removal proceedings, with a date to be determined. She said none of the new arrivals have had a court date set yet"
A church that has been sheltering Haitian migrants called on San Diegans for help at a press conference today, saying it cannot continue to house the high numbers of new arrivals with the resources th...
"This liberal way of viewing the problem rests on a misunderstanding of the origins of the police and what they were created to do. The police were not created to protect and serve the population. They were not created to stop crime, at least not as most people understand it. And they were certainly not created to promote justice. They were created to protect the new form of wage-labor capitalism that emerged in the mid to late nineteenth century from the threat posed by that system’s offspring, the working class." ... See MoreSee Less