The U.S. Government Could Get Guatemala and Mexico to Shut Off Immigration Tomorrow, if They Wanted to Do So

What you have here is clear evidence of two nations collaborating to increase the influx of illegal immigrants into the United States. Remember, these are two nations who undoubtedly receive gobs and gobs of “foreign aid” from the United States.

Via Google Translate: “Starts the President Enrique Peña Nieto South Border Program.”

The President, Enrique Peña Nieto, with the President of Guatemala, Otto Perez Molina, today launched the Southern Border, whose purposes protect and safeguard the human rights of migrants entering and transiting through Mexico and as ordering international crossings to increase the development and security of the region.

He noted that to make migration safer, it has to be more orderly, and in that sense, he said, “South Border is a strong step in that direction.” He announced that to ensure proper operation of this program, signed “Decree by which coordination is created for Comprehensive Migration in Southern Border,” and instructed the Secretary of the Interior to that, soon as possible, name the owner of this coordination.

He said that in the Southern Border Program is considered the operationalization five Comprehensive Care Centers Border Transit. “I have given instructions for each of them adequate space for the care of unaccompanied migrant children have, as their repatriation process takes shape,” he said.

For his part, the President of the Republic of Guatemala, Otto Perez Molina, noted that South Border is “an example of how to improve the treatment of migrants and the relations between two peoples who have traditionally been brothers.”

This is unassailable proof that if either the President or Congress wanted the problem to stop, it could be stopped. The House could simply draft a bill to eliminate all future foreign aid to the nations in question until they cease from supporting criminal activities against the United States.

So, since we know they have the ability to stop this madness without spending $4-billion and more, it’s logical to ask: What reason do they have for not stopping it? Simply put, we are being set up for something.

Time to toss every single incumbent in the 2014 elections.