The Real Illegal Immigration Agenda in Murrieta

Article subtitle: 
Nothing to do with immigration, humanitarian aid or Racism-- It's all about Government Power
Article author: 
Douglas V. Gibbs
Article publisher: 
Canada Free Press
Article date: 
7 July 2014
Article category: 
Our American Future
Article Body: 

...The TownHall Meeting in Murrieta, California over the immigration issue last Wednesday Night at Murrieta Mesa High School was meant to be a good thing, but most of it was lip service, and half-truths. We are being told that the bureaucrats, Homeland Security, and the Border Patrol have no choice but to receive, process, and send illegal aliens on their way to whatever their destination is. To deport them all the way back to their non-Mexico places of origin is illegal, I have been told. Besides, helping them find wherever it was they were going is the humanitarian thing to do, we are told,...

Murrieta is not a town embarrassing itself, but one that is standing up for itself, refusing to be destroyed by an unwanted incursion that overburdens the city with homeless people, and contagious disease.

The calls of racism, and the focus on the people crossing the border themselves, is a distraction...

As with every issue, the emotional cries of the liberal left is a distraction from what is really going on. In the end, it is all about government powers, and the federal government doing what it can to destroy any opposition to their leftist policies, and literally forcing its will upon any city, any State, and any person it decides to. To stand against the federal government is to be the enemy, and such opposition is met with cries of racism and ridicule...

Article I, Section 9 authorizes the United States Congress, after 1808, to pass legislation prohibiting certain persons from being able to immigrate into the United States, but the Constitution does not give the federal government the authority to force the States to accept certain peoples, whether they are legally attempting to enter the country, or not. Article 4, Section 4 tasks the federal government with protecting the States from invasion, which is an unwanted incursion, and one of the necessary and proper actions required to fulfill that constitutionally authorized power is to secure the border. Article II, Section 3 demands that the executive branch “take care that the laws be faithfully executed.”

In an attempt to accomplish an ultimate agenda of control over people, cities, and States, the federal government has decided to take a lawless path...

Federal Supremacy. The ultimate issue is about federal supremacy versus State sovereignty...

Can the federal government force a State to not enforce immigration law, and sue them over it, because to do so would be contrary to the federal government’s refusal to enforce the law?...

Can the federal government ship these people in, whether the city population likes it or not, because of an influx of illegal immigration that has resulted from the federal government refusing to follow the Constitution in securing the border, prohibiting certain people from immigrating into the United States, and faithfully executing the immigration laws on the books?

The issue is not about the touchy emotional angle of the issues as we are told. It is all about whether or not the federal government can act legally as a tyranny, and force their will upon people, cities, States, and when it comes to immigration, on the City of Murrieta.