This is a disgrace. And new report that two illegals raped & sodomized girl at Rockville HS.
Sanctuary madness. pic.twitter.com/QnQcetcbUh
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) March 20, 2017
We reported about the horrendous story of the 14-year old child being raped by these two adult Freshman Laura Ingraham referred to in the tweet.
Fox5 DC reported 17-year old Jose Montano and 18-year-old Henry Sanchez brutally sexually attacked a 14-year old high school classmate in a boy’s bathroom stall. Police investigators have blood and DNA evidence in addition to the girl’s testimony.
These two monsters were Freshman despite their age because they don’t speak English.
One of the attackers, Henry Sanchez, a Guatemalan national, has an alien removal order against him. Both attackers entered the U.S. about 8 months ago.
Montgomery County where this crime took place is an informal sanctuary city that does a minimal of cooperation with ICE.
The federal government dishes out $27 million in tax dollars to these sanctuaries each year.
Of the 700 public schools with the highest number of immigrants – about half are immigrants – one-third of those students are here illegally
The impact of illegal immigration and unvetted refugees can be seen and felt in our public schools, particularly in the cities.
The Center for Immigration Studies, using government census figures, found that in some areas, including northern Virginia, New York City and Houston, children of immigrants made up to 93 percent of all students. Of the 700 public schools with the highest number of immigrants – about half are immigrants – one-third of those students are here illegally.
The report adds that it raises “profound questions about assimilation”.
These newcomers will decide our culture, our policies, how our money is used and if they don’t assimilate, that’s a bad thing.
The increase in the number of public school students in poverty and who don’t speak English is very high. It’s putting a tremendous strain on schools and budgets.
The newcomers are replacing us but many are living in abject poverty and the majority collect welfare. We are not offering them a better life but we are bringing in the Third World.