Not being reported in the MSM (surprised?) is the “under the radar” defunding of Border Control Police, via the $1.7 trillion Omnibus Bill 2022. Looks like a recipe for orchestrated chaos.
Here’s the communication from our correspondent G Squared, and following I’ll make connections to the “master plan”. Martin
The Dems have just surreptitiously defunded BCP and ICE. No money to perform in 2023. Hidden on p753 of The Omnibus Bill.
‘Pedro Alonso López (born 8 October 1948) is a Colombian serial killer and child rapist who murdered a minimum of 110 young girls from 1969 to 1980 and claimed to have murdered over 300 victims (Intel files suggest over 650 victims) across Colombia, Peru and Ecuador.
He was released from a Colombian mental facility in 1998 and his whereabouts are unknown… until being recently reported passing through the Rio Non-Border.
Why not? Now he can do what he likes while being protected to do it.
So we were prompted to follow G Squared’s heads-up, and here’s the detail:
Haggerty elaborates: “As a result, this funding, which Democrats will claim is to address the border crisis they created, will only make it worse by more quickly and comfortably resettling migrants in places like Tennessee…
“The phrase “non-detention border management requirements” means that ICE can’t use the funding to detain or deport illegal aliens.”
New Zealand readers will be familiar with the “soft on criminals” approach of the current Left-Wing NZ Labour government and the subsequent chaos in the form of massive growth in gang membership and both organised crime and random acts of violence, while an under-resourced and under-funded police force watch in frustration as detainees are given a hug by the courts.
G-Squared cites the case of Alonso-Lopez as an example of who might be wandering over the border unhindered in the US.
My thoughts on the possibility that this chaos is part of a deliberate agenda to hasten social re-engineering was given here, using dystopian movie themes as illustration:
What do you think? Are we watching too many sci-fi thrillers or is fiction predicting reality? Judging by the “It will never happen but then it did” Covid exercise, we’d go for the latter.