The current tidal wave of illegal alien children is not just a spontaneous crisis but a planned event designed to garner more support from Americans and lawmakers to pass a de facto amnesty law, according to several law enforcement officials, on Friday, who continue monitor the illegal immigration issue.
"Anyone who believes this is just a unilateral plot by Latin Americans to gain entry into the United States and access U.S. social services including health care is blind to the fact that the Obama administration already had a plan to secretly -- with the help of his news media allies -- transport the young illegals to other U.S. cities such as Phoenix, Tucson, New York and others across the country. The idea was to do it before the American people got wind of this social fiasco," said former police commanding officer of an anti-narcotics unit, Rick Gonzales-Thompson.
According to Capt. Thompson, "Central American newspapers began to promote the [sic] nonlegislated, unilateral policies of the Obama administration that prohibits the deportation of illegal alien minors brought to this country by their illegal alien parents, or people claiming to be their parents. "So now, the illegal alien activists who are involved in openly criminal conspiracies to achieve their goals are overloading the immigration system using kids in the hopes of achieving legal status," he added.
It wasn't until Arizona's Gov. Jan Brewer started to condemn the unimpeded influx of illegal aliens, especially the children, that the news media began covering the "Pied Paper invasion" of Latino children from countries other than Mexico, according to an Examiner news story.
As far back as 2012, President Barack Obama initiated a policy that grants temporary legal status to many young illegal immigrants, ending the threat of deportation for at least two years. But two years later, the floodgates have been opened so that there are too many young illegal immigrants to be deported.
"The rationale is that rather than deport young illegal immigrants, the Obama administration should be allowed to deport the most dangerous and violent illegals instead of 'innocent children,'" claims former NYPD police officer Iris Aquino. "Of course, neither group -- children or criminal aliens -- are being deported these days," she added.
The Obama plot is being carried out by another one of his administration's fellow-travelers, namely his new Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson. "Almost all agree that a child who crossed the border illegally with their parents, or in search of a father or a better life, was not making an adult choice to break our laws, and should be treated differently than adult violators of the law," Secretary Johnson is quoted as saying.
One of the countries from which these children originated is Honduras, a nation with a population in which
50% are under the age of 19. Endemic poverty, chronic unemployment and the prospects offered by drug trafficking have contributed to a virulent crime wave conducted mainly by youth gangs known as "maras," according to BBC news coverage.
The maras are said to have tens of thousands of members and use threats and violence to control poorer districts in towns and cities and police officials in the United States suspect that some of these teenagers being depicted in the news media as "victims" are in reality members of gangs.
However, many claim President Obama is not part of any conspiracy to increase the illegal alien population by importing thousands of so-called "Dreamers," and that it is simply spontaneous occurrence. They've said that at no time did Obama discuss having children pour over the U.S.-Mexican border.
But former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney Jonathan Corcoran claims that such a defense of President Obama isn't based on law. "In a criminal conspiracy, it isn't necessary for the conspirators to discuss anything. The right hand doesn't have to know what the left hand is doing to create a conspiracy," said Corcoran.
The Obama administration told news outlets that more than 60,000 children under 19-years-old will enter the U.S. illegally during 2014. The number is expected to grow to upwards of 130,000 in 2015.