January 18, 2017
Thirsty, Pedro? Maybe you should have stayed in Mexico, then.
Border patrol agents sure have a depressing job. They go around arresting illegals crossing the border, but then they have to just return them to Mexico, where they’re free to make another attempt.
But it seems the brave men defending our border have found a new, more effective way to stem the tide in spite of their stupid bureaucratic shackles. Just starve the invaders of food and water.
They can’t cross the border if they’re dying of dehydration.
U.S. Border Patrol has been accused of causing the deaths of hundreds of migrants a year by destroying food and water supplies left for them in the brutal Arizona desert by humanitarian groups.
On Wednesday, two humanitarian groups released a report, detailing how they’ve distributed more than 31,000 gallons of water along dangerous migrant paths in the Arizona desert between 2012 and 2015.
There’s organizations in America devoted to aiding the invading army of criminal beaners crossing our borders. That’s not surprising.
But to put it into perspective, this is like if there were people in Rome chipping in to feed the invading Carthaginians whose supplies had run dry.
What would you call those people?
In that time frame, they say volunteers have found these stashes of food and water destroyed 415 times – or about two times a week on average.
Working for the border patrol is officially the best job in America – and perhaps, the world. Just look at how satisfied this guy looks.
‘Through statistical analysis, video evidence, and personal experience, our team has uncovered a disturbing reality. In the majority of cases, US Border Patrol agents are responsible for the widespread interference with essential humanitarian efforts,’ the report reads.
They said that the Border Patrol is guilty of human rights violations.
Oh, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
By all rights, agents should be allowed to just shoot these people on sights – as all reasonable people to do invading forces.
‘The practice of destruction of and interference with aid is not the deviant behavior of a few rogue border patrol agents, it is a systemic feature of enforcement practices in the borderlands,’ the report adds.
The only deviant behavior here is that of the people supplying the beaners with food and water to facilitate their illegal infiltration of America.
We need to step this up, big time. I recommend we start swapping out the supply drops with identical, but poisoned versions. We can also litter the border with booby-trapped burritos. Anything to make the crossing into a living hell.
I’m sure the good folks working at the border patrol are regular readers of the Stormer, and are taking note of these suggestions.