cities that violate our immigration laws by shielding illegal aliens from 
detection are referred to as “sanctuary cities.”
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what should christian and jewish charity organizations that give aid and 
support and profit from ME refugees be called?

On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 3:00:47 PM UTC-5, Travis wrote:
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> *Election 2016: The Threat of Immigration Anarchy Hangs in the Balance*
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> Opening the doors to terror. 
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> October 11, 2016 
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> *Michael Cutler* <http://www.frontpagemag.com/author/michael-cutler> 
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> Election Day is rapidly approaching. In considering what is at stake, it 
> is important to understand that, as I recently noted, “*The Three Most 
> Important Issues For 2016: Immigration, Immigration, Immigration* 
> <http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/263869/three-most-important-issues-2016-immigration-michael-cutler>
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> Most polls skew how the concerns of the majority of Americans are reported 
> by the media. Most Americans are most concerned about the threats posed by 
> terrorists and criminals.  All too many Americans fear losing their jobs 
> and are concerned about the opportunities that their children will have in 
> these United States. Generally, when polls and surveys are conducted, 
> participants cannot pick more than one item that they consider to be the 
> most important issue. When those polled need to decide what is their 
> biggest worry, they tend to ignore the fact that failures of the 
> immigration system profoundly undermine national security and have a huge 
> impact on nearly every other issue of great concern.
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> In the Orwellian world of politics and journalism, cities that violate our 
> immigration laws by shielding illegal aliens from detection are referred to 
> as “sanctuary cities.” I addressed the threat that such jurisdictions 
> create in my article, “*Terrorism, Enclaves and Sanctuary Cities* 
> <http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/262320/terrorism-enclaves-and-sanctuary-cities-michael-cutler>:
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> *How sanctuary cities facilitate the growth of terror enclaves in America*
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> In point of fact, on October 3, 2016 the New York Times ran an article 
> with the breathless title, “*Millions at Risk of Deportation as Justices 
> Refuse to Rehear Case* 
> <http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/04/us/politics/supreme-court-immigration-obama.html?emc=edit_th_20161004&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=27504654&_r=0>
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> The “millions at risk” are aliens who either entered the United States 
> without inspection. In the parlance of immigration enforcement personnel, 
> such aliens are referred to as Entrants Without Inspection (EWI).  They 
> were not vetted and their presence in the United States is a violation of 
> our laws that are supposed to prevent the entry of aliens who pose a threat 
> to the safety and/or well-being of Americans.
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> Such “at risk” aliens also include those who, subsequent to being admitted 
> into the United States, went on to violate the terms of their admission by 
> remaining in the United States beyond their authorized period of 
> admission if they were admitted as non-immigrant (temporary) visitors.  
> Foreign students who fail to attend school or fail to maintain proper 
> grades are subject to removal.  Aliens who take jobs for which they lack 
> authority are subject to removal, as are aliens who are admitted under the 
> provisions of temporary work visas and fail to report for those jobs or 
> leave those authorized jobs, but remain in the United States without 
> permission.
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> Finally, aliens who commit a variety of serious crimes may be subject to 
> removal even if they were admitted as lawful immigrants.
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> Would the New York Times run a report about efforts to get more drunk 
> drivers off the road by saying that stepped-up police efforts to identify 
> and arrest drunk drivers put those drunk drivers “at risk” of arrest? It is 
> more likely they would accurately report that such enforcement programs 
> were aimed at making our roads safer.
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> Aliens who work illegally, it must be noted, are likely displacing 
> American and/or lawful immigrant workers. In this faltering economy where 
> so many Americans are unemployed and under-employed, a job is a valuable 
> commodity.  Somehow the nonsense spewed by the media makes it appear that 
> there is nothing wrong with aliens who are present in the United States 
> provided that they are working, even if they have stolen the jobs of 
> hard-working Americans.
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> Additionally, every year hundreds of billions of dollars are wired or 
> otherwise sent from the United States to the home countries of aliens 
> working legally and illegally in the United States, hobbling our economy 
> and driving up our national debt.
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> Our immigration laws are not about bias, but about protection 
> -- protection for America and Americans.
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> Claiming that Obama sought to “protect” illegal aliens through his 
> executive orders and misuse of “prosecutorial discretion” is as Orwellian 
> as it gets.  The same could be said of “sanctuary cities.”
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> If our government ought to be protecting anyone, it should be the citizens 
> of the United States. Our government should be seeking to protect victims 
> of crimes committed by aliens who have no right to be present in the United 
> States and American workers who are displaced by foreign workers.
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> It is essential to note that often the victims of criminal aliens are 
> members of the ethnic immigrant communities in which these criminal aliens 
> live.
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> When illegal aliens evade the inspections process, there is no record of 
> their entry.  We don't even know that they are here. This is a matter of 
> national security.
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> Nevertheless, Hillary Clinton would, if elected president, fill the 
> current vacancy at the Supreme Court presumably with an appointee who would 
> be predisposed to support her proposed massive amnesty program.
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> There would be no way to interview those millions of illegal aliens or 
> conduct field investigations to verify their identities, entry data and 
> other pertinent facts.
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> There would be no way to even know if they are actually citizens of the 
> countries they will have claimed to be citizens of. There will be no way to 
> verify their true identities or when they actually entered the United 
> States.  All that the beleaguered adjudications officers of USCIS (United 
> States Citizenship and Immigration Services) would have to go by are the 
> responses that these aliens provided in their applications.
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> It would be relative child's play to defraud this system. It was noted by 
> the 9/11 Commission that immigration fraud and visa fraud were the key 
> methods by which terrorists enter the United States and embed themselves.
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> Having raised the issue of fraud, the Daily Caller ran an article on 
> October 3, 2016 showing that the lack of integrity of the immigration 
> system apparently mirrors the lack of integrity demonstrated repeatedly by 
> Ms. Clinton.  The title of that article was, “*EXCLUSIVE: DHS Refuses To 
> Investigate Top Official Who Fast-Tracked Visas For Hillary’s Brother* 
> <http://dailycaller.com/2016/10/03/exclusive-dhs-refuses-to-investigate-top-official-who-fast-tracked-visas-for-hillarys-brother/>
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> This hard-hitting news report began with this excerpt:
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> *Both the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of Government 
> Ethics have refused to fully pursue an ethics investigation against 
> Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodham, and now-Virginia 
> Gov. Terry McAuliffe, despite findings that DHS official Alejandro Mayorkas 
> gave preferential visa treatment to a company founded by Rodham.*
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> *This is likely a breach of federal law.*
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> *The DHS’s **inspector general determined* 
> <http://abcnews.go.com/US/top-homeland-official-alejandro-mayorkas-accused-political-favoritism/story?id=29868429>*
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> in 2015 that Deputy Secretary Mayorkas, who at the time served as director 
> of Citizenship and Immigration Services, had improperly involved himself in 
> fast-tracking visa applications under the E-5 investor visa program for 
> Rodham and McAullife’s company GreenTech Automotive, which McAullife was 
> involved in four years before he became the governor of Virginia in 2013.*
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> *Federal regulations state that the director of the Office of Governmental 
> Ethics (OGE) **“may recommend” that the head of an agency launch an 
> investigation* <https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/5/2638.503>* if the 
> OGE director “has reason to believe” a violation has taken place. These 
> regulations also empower the agency to take “appropriate disciplinary or 
> correction action.”*
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> The article concluded this way:
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> *In other words, neither agency filed reports on Mayorkas’ major ethics 
> violations.*
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> *Rodham launched GreenTech Automotive in 2010. The company has in large 
> part been financed by EB-5 investors, in addition to receiving millions in 
> support from Mississippi and the U.S. government. The EB-5 funding came 
> through Gulf Coast Management LLC, which Rodham operated. When Hillary 
> Clinton served as secretary of state, Rodham traveled through China 
> **funneling 
> investment through Gulf Coast* 
> <http://www.politico.com/story/2015/03/hillary-clinton-brother-tony-rodham-terry-mcauliffe-116447>*
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> via the EB-5 program into GreenTech.*
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> *Still, the company **has not sold a single electric car* 
> <http://dailycaller.com/2016/06/03/exclusive-mcauliffes-former-green-car-company-hasnt-sold-any-cars-video/>*
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> and has only manufactured 25 vehicles, even though it projected the 
> **production 
> of 30,000 cars every year since 2014* 
> <http://www.desototimes.com/news/car-company-for-real/article_b77e491c-6802-5bda-9964-4ed545c760a2.html>*
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> and after. The type of car GreenTech has produced, called MyCar, can’t go 
> any faster than 25 miles an hour because of regulations.*
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> *GreenTech is also currently being investigated by the Securities and 
> Exchange for securities fraud, **the details of which are unknown* 
> <https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/greentech-formula-has-made-big-profits-for-mcauliffe/2013/09/21/3c6e332c-2136-11e3-b73c-aab60bf735d0_story.html>
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> *Neither the DHS, nor OGE responded to a request for comment from The 
> Daily Caller News Foundation.*
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> For all too many of our corrupt politicians, the lack of integrity to the 
> immigration system is a cash cow.
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> For terrorists, it is something quite different.
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> As noted in a Washington Post article written by Bob Woodward, “*In 
> Hijacker's Bags, a Call to Planning, Prayer and Death* 
> <http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/11/18/AR2007111800569.html>,”
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> for terrorists, the failures of the immigration system open the doors to 
> terrorists. Take, for instance, these chilling words found in the notebook 
> of Mohamed Atta, the ringleader of the terror attacks of 9/11, quoted in 
> Woodward's article:
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> "Oh, God, open all doors for me. Oh God who answers prayers and answers 
> those who ask you, I am asking you for your help. I am asking you for 
> forgiveness. I am asking you to lighten my way. I am asking you to lift the 
> burden I feel.
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> "Oh God, you who open all doors, please open all doors for me, open all 
> venues for me, open all avenues for me."
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> Metaphorically, America's doors are found at our nation's 325 ports of 
> entry.  Most of those terrorists were admitted into the United States 
> through those “front doors” and thousands of innocent people were 
> slaughtered.
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> Those “doors” were also open to the other terrorists who subsequently went 
> on bloody, murderous rampages at Boston, San Bernardino and elsewhere.
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> Our borders and our immigration laws are our first line of defense and our 
> last line of defense.
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