The ACLU Lobbies the United Nations to Assist Migrant Invasion at US Southern Border

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CAP

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) claims to defend the rights of Americans, but the liberal organization tends to spend most of their resources on promoting migrants and abortions. They are even lobbying the United Nations (UN) to override the sovereignty of the United States to force them to accept more “refugees.”

Jamil Dakwar, the foreigner who serves as the director of the ACLU’s Human Rights Program (HRP), issued a statement to the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. He is complaining that the Trump administration is ignoring the UN’s requests to meddle at the border.

“The Trump administration has escalated its hostility toward human rights bodies including the apparent severing of relationships with independent experts appointed to monitor and report on human rights violations,” Dakwar wrote in his statement.

Under Trump’s ‘America First’ policy, the UN has been frozen out of the oversight process. The Trump administration considers this a defense of US sovereignty, as the UN’s stated goal is to relocate third-world refugees into Western nations whenever possible regardless of the consequences for the host population.

“The United States remains engaged in the work of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights,” the State Department said in a statement released to The Guardian, “and strongly supports those special procedures and mandates that have proven effective in illuminating the most grave human rights environments, including in Iran and DPRK [North Korea].”

Felipe González Morales, the UN monitor on the human rights of migrants, is another globalist foreigner who is bemoaning President Trump’s ‘America First’ immigration policies.

“Passing the responsibility for the protection of these migrants to the Mexican authorities without proper guarantees as to their protection from return defies both the spirit and letter of international obligations,” he wrote.

While these globalists whine, Trump faces a serious crisis on the US southern border. More migrants are coming across the border than they have in over a decade, and it is causing disease and crime to arrive into the nation.

Even the smear artists at the New York Times was forced to cover the news backing up Trump’s rhetoric about a national emergency:

“More than 76,000 migrants crossed the border without authorization in February, an 11-year high and a strong sign that stepped-up prosecutions, new controls on asylum and harsher detention policies have not reversed what remains a powerful lure for thousands of families fleeing violence and poverty.

“The system is well beyond capacity, and remains at the breaking point,” Kevin K. McAleenan, commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, told reporters in announcing the new data on Tuesday.

The nation’s top border enforcement officer painted a picture of processing centers filled to capacity, border agents struggling to meet medical needs and thousands of exhausted members of migrant families crammed into a detention system that was not built to house them — all while newcomers continue to arrive, sometimes by the busload, at the rate of 2,200 a day.

“This is clearly both a border security and a humanitarian crisis,” Mr. McAleenan said.

The ACLU, the UN, the Democratic Party, and other entities benefiting from the refugee resettlement industry are happy to facilitate this crisis for their own ends. Trump would be wise to continue ignoring them if he intends to fulfill his mandate and secure the border.

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