Mexican President Tells U.S. to Reform, Calls Some Governors ‘Unethical’

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Among the many illegal immigrants that Mexico sends us are migrant workers, criminals, terrorists, gang members, and drug smugglers. That was ignored on Monday when Mexican president Pena Nieto told Governor Moonbeam that we must reform our immigration system as a matter of justice to those who have contributed so much to our cultural development.

“We want to be a factor of cohesion, not division, with full respect for the sovereignty of the United States,” President Enrique Pena Nieto said Monday. “This, at the end, is about — and only about — a matter of justice for those who contribute so much to the development of the American society.”

Mexico has worked cooperatively with Central American dictators to facilitate the illegal immigration of foreigners into the United States. Pena Nieto definitely doesn’t care about our sovereignty.

Governor Brown, aka Moonbeam, who signed a bill allowing illegals to have driver’s licenses, said: “It wasn’t very long ago that the governor of California was outlawing driver’s licenses for people who were undocumented from Mexico. That’s not the law anymore.”

According to the Los Angeles Times, while introducing Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, who said America is “the other Mexico,” Brown “spoke about the interwoven histories of Mexico and California.” He “nodded to the immigrants in the room, saying it didn’t matter if they had permission to be in the United States.”

“You’re all welcome in California,” Governor Brown reportedly said, addressing illegal immigrants.

In 1994, Californians passed a bill banning illegal immigrants from accessing social services such as healthcare and education. That was reversed by the courts, opening up another invitation for people who are seeking freebies.

Hispanics are a very large voting bloc and affect the political and domestic affairs in California.

Pena Nieto was invited to California by Brown.

Nieto criticized U.S. governors who have cracked down on illegal immigrants. He called them “unethical” and he called California “evolved.” He further claimed that we were rejecting “diversity.” He didn’t mention the governors by name but we know who he means.

Perhaps Nieto should pay more attention to his “unethical” drug cartels which are destroying Mexico.

When Nieto was running for office, the handsome man who is married to a TV actress, couldn’t name a single book he had read though he said he read quite a few when he was young.

On Tuesday, Brown will host a luncheon in the president’s honor in Sacramento. Pena Nieto will then address the Legislature at the state Capitol.

Brown is working on helping Mexico build renewable energy plants in Baja California while American companies are planning to leave the United States. Burger King, probably in light of the new economic patriotism fostered by Obama, is considering moving its operations including its corporate offices out of the country entirely.

Brown is hoping to find ways to shorten the long waits at the Tijuana-San Diego international border crossing where drugs pass through.

Brown has many wrong-headed policies and idea but he is the Moonbeam governor after all. He spent most of his life in a drug stupor but it didn’t stop Californians from voting him into office.

Check out the video of drug smugglers crossing our border and the note that accompanied the video:

“We checked camera footage from the last two months in a busy drug smuggling area in Arivaca, AZ, a part of the border with no fencing for dozens of miles. A group of at least 10 packers and one scout appeared to empty their makeshift burlap backpacks in front of our camera likely to load into a waiting vehicle just beyond visual range. After some apparent confusion running back down the trail with the unpacked cellophane wrapped bales; they moved the load into position and were gone.”


via Secure Border Intel

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