"Stopping terrorism is simple. Just quit screwing around with other people's countries and the terrorists will go home. But the government of the United States wants to go on screwing around with other people's countries, refuses to stop, indeed views it as Manifest Destiny for the United States Government to persist in screwing around with other people's countries, and views the inconvenience, increased tax burden, loss of civil liberties, and even deaths among the American people as just another cost of doing business."  -- Michael Rivero

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Earlier this month, one of MS-13’s senior leaders was apprehended after eluding the FBI. After four years of being on the run, Freddy Ivan Jandres-Parada was captured by FBI agents at the San Ysidro Port of Entry near the California-Mexico border on Mar. 7.

“Some people would tell you I’m crazy. They would be wrong. It’s not crazy when the state of the world makes you want to kill everyone responsible. It’s crazy when it doesn’t.” — Frank Castle, The Punisher

How did it come about that in the US where the Constitution protects property Americans are defenseless against immigrant-invaders stealing their property? American homeowners are being arrested for interfering with squattrers’ occupation of their homes. In America it is possible for immigrant-invaders to dispossess you.

YouTuber Nick Shirley has posted a man-on-the-street interview with an illegal alien in New York, who detailed the shocking amount of goods and services he has received at taxpayers’ expense.

The interview begins with Shirley asking the migrant how long he has been staying at the Watson Hotel, and if he had to pay for it.

“Two months. … No, no, we don’t pay. It is totally free. It is a help that the state gives us,” the migrant says, in Spanish.

The migrant also details the “good service” he is given at the hotel, including free “breakfast, lunch, dinner, everything.”

Jean-Pierre attributed blame to Texas Governor Greg Abbott, accusing him of politicizing the border situation. She stated, "I have not discussed that video with the president... However, I believe that is a matter for the Republican governor of Texas to address and comment on."