Hundreds of Goblins Gang-Bang US Border, 980 Apprehensions, More Troops and More Tents

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
April 17, 2019

What’s happening at the border is insane, and what’s perhaps insaner is how long it has been going on with nothing effective being done to stop it.

Keep in mind that “apprehended” just means that they’re “caught” and processed, and then released or whatever.

The invaders are still in our lands.

They’re not being kicked out when caught, so this sick catch and release game is doing nothing but wasting our resources and writing down the names these creatures invent for themselves —  as if those were going to be put to good use.

Newsweek:

President Donald Trump ordered thousands of additional American troops to the southwest border over the next two months, according to a document drafted last week by Defense Department officials and obtained by Newsweek.

Officials in U.S. Army North, the unit overseeing the border mission, drafted the deployment orders in anticipation of a new request from Homeland Security to aid U.S. Customs and Border Protection in the ongoing joint agency border mission.

The document further demonstrated President Trump’s increasing urgency to address a crisis at the southern border, with the orders being drafted days after Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned on April 7.

Four Defense Department sources told Newsweek the document appears to show between 9,000 to 10,000 more U.S. forces heading to the southwest border over the next few months; however, the Pentagon said Tuesday the document is misleading as not every individual service member in a unit selected to deploy will go.

A Pentagon spokesperson told Newsweek by phone Tuesday morning that U.S. military planners are anticipating sending a “brigade minus” or about 3,000 additional U.S. forces to join units already at the border, but they had not received a new request for assistance from Homeland Security to identify how many additional troops would be needed.

However, on Tuesday afternoon, the Pentagon emailed a Newsweek reporter and said the number is not 3,000, and the document Newsweek obtained was a draft copy and if Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan approved any Homeland Security request, the number of additional troops would range between 300 and 500.

Three Defense Department sources told Newsweek the document is not a draft copy and if it were, draft would be displayed on the document near the classification markings.

At the bottom of the copy obtained by Newsweek, U.S. Army Lieutenant General Jeffrey Buchanan, the commanding general of U.S. Army North, authenticated the document.

When they talk about sending troops to the border, they’re not talking about sending troops to the border to shoot the invading army, to kick out the enemies that got in, or to somehow keep the goblins out of our lands — they’re talking about sending troops to better process the incoming waves of “asylum seekers.”

These so-called asylum seekers will then be either warehoused or released into some city. Either way, they get to stay in America with the excuse of having to wait for their asylum hearing or whatever court bullshit this stupid asylum concept requires.

More troops to process the goblins is not the only thing on the table. Tents are also on the table, because you can’t let goblins get wet with the rain outside after they literally invaded your country. That would be mean.

Houston Chronicle:

The Trump administration wants to open two new tent facilities to temporarily detain up to 1,000 parents and children near the southern border, as advocates sharply criticize the conditions inside the tents already used to hold migrants.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a notice to potential contractors that it wants to house 500 people in each camp in El Paso, Texas, and in the South Texas city of Donna, which has a border crossing with Mexico.

Each facility would consist of one large tent that could be divided into sections by gender and between families and children traveling alone, according to the notice. Detainees would sleep on mats. There would also be laundry facilities, showers, and an “additional fenced-in area” for “outside exercise/recreation.”

The notice says the facilities could open in the next two weeks and operate through year end, with a cost that could reach $37 million.

But the agency has said its resources are strained by the sharp rise in the numbers of parents and children crossing the border and requesting asylum. It made 53,000 apprehensions in March of parents and children traveling together, most of whom say they are fleeing violence and poverty in Central America. Many ultimately request asylum under U.S. and international law.

They’re coming by the hundreds of thousands and once they’re inside, we’re paying for them. It’s not only food and shelter, it’s also all of the medical care and examination, the whole operation to process them, the asylum hearings —  the whole process is expensive.

Dealing with these savages is draining our resources. It seems that the sole act itself of interacting with browns and blacks has a negative impact on our pockets, independently of the reasons why we’re interacting with them.

Think about it. We don’t want them to come inside and grab our stuff but if we want to stop them from coming inside and grabbing our stuff under this retarded human rights system, they get inside and grab our stuff anyways in the process.

It’s… quite a thing.

The way things appear to be going suggests we haven’t even seen peak spending yet. These goblins will eat more of our money and resources before this is over.

Fox 2 Now:

The Homeland Security Advisory Council announced emergency actions on Tuesday that the Department of Homeland Security should take to address the surge of migrant families and children, primarily from Central America, arriving at the US-Mexico border.

The first recommendation is for CBP to establish three or four regional processing centers along the border to shelter all families apprehended at the border, moving the care of migrants away from US Border Patrol.

“The view of the panel, is that thousands of migrants children and national security of our nation are in danger,” said retired Drug Enforcement Administration Administrator and council committee Chair Karen Tandy on a public call regarding the council’s recommendations and findings.

We recognize that this may require a supplemental of several billions of dollars for construction and administrative costs, but it is the only way to ensure treatment of migrant children that conforms to our values,” reads a draft report of the findings.

The panel was due to provide a full recommendations in May, but presented its “emergency interim report” Tuesday in order to address the surge in families and “what the committee views needs to be undertaken immediately.”

See, we have to spend billions of dollars on the children of the invading enemy armies that want to replace us. These “kids” are also invaders and are also our enemies. They’re the enemies of our kids, and the enemies of the future of our people.

The invaders are not trying to sneak inside anymore because they would receive nothing by silently entering one of our towns. By claiming asylum, we’re “obligated” to provide for them at least a little something.

When asked if the council considered alternatives to detention, rather than changes to the law, Tandy said they “spent a lot of time on it” but found it impractical.

In common parlance, we’re talking about ankle bracelets, and we found at bus station, there are overflowing bins of ankle bracelets that have been cut off,” she said.

You know, those “several billions of dollars” mentioned in the draft could be spent on a wall instead…

But don’t worry though, Democrats have already solved the immediate crisis at the border.

Washington Times:

Democrats are increasingly ready to acknowledge a problem at the southwestern border — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week dubbed it “a humanitarian crisis” — but their solutions lie almost everywhere but the border itself.

Sen. Bernard Sanders said he would be willing to talk about more detention facilities to hold illegal immigrants but that the real solution is deploying more judges to hear their cases.

Fellow presidential hopeful Rep. Tim Ryan says the answer to the surge of illegal immigrants is to legalize the ones already in the U.S.

Mrs. Pelosi says she, too, is ready to talk legalization but insists Democrats already have solved the immediate crisis at the border by earmarking tens of millions of dollars in the 2019 spending bill to upgrade technology and make asylum seekers feel more welcome.

“There is money there for increased judges to adjudicate the cases more quickly. There’s funding there for humanitarian assistance for the people coming in. There’s money for repairs and some physical necessities that might be there. And there’s funding to send to countries of the Northern Triangle to try to alleviate the problem before it reaches our shores,” Mrs. Pelosi told reporters when she was pestered for a second time in a week over Democrats’ response.

The idea that any number of people can just cross our borders to “claim asylum” and that we have to spend undefined amounts of money to process all of their claims is insane.

Really, the reasoning itself is retarded.

What if 200 million goblins crossed the border next week?

Are we supposed to waste our money to process all of their “asylum claims” while we wait for the next wave?

March’s total of more than 100,000 illegal immigrants nabbed at the border — and predictions of as many as 150,000 this month — have changed that.

It’s just ridiculously exploitable. If some country wanted to make the United States lose a whole lot of money, they could start moving massive amounts of brown jungle goblins towards America in big groups so Americans are forced to process them and — wait a second…

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