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Obama to Border Patrol: Don't discuss illegal alien children with media

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Known gang members pouring across the U.S. border are reported to be among the thousands of illegal alien children entering the United States without restraint at the Mexico-United States border crossing and Obama administration officials are attempting to stop Border Patrol agents from talking to the news media about the suspected gangbangers, according to the news outlet the Houston Chronicle.

While Border Patrol stations in Texas are being deluged by thousands of children from Central American countries such as Hondura, Salvador, and others who are entering the United States illegally. As reported in several Examiner news stories, the illegal aliens are being transported to cities such as Phoenix, Tucson and even New York.

According to gang control law enforcement officers, more than a few of the teenagers seen have been seen crossing the border "adorned in gang tattoos" from Latino gangs already operation in the U.S. such as Mara Salvatrucha a/k/a MS-13.

But instead of at least interviewing the suspected gang members, agents were ordered to treat them as if they were child refugees entering the country for asylum. Many of the children are being reunited with their parents or other family members already in the U.S., but the Obama administration is forcing states such as Texas and Arizona to "share the burden."

It's believed that at least 50,000 illegal aliens children have crossed into the U.S. from Mexico without restraint by Mexican authorities who are renowned for being brutal to illegal aliens entering Mexico from the south.

'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.

President Barack Obama, without congressional authority, initiated a policy ending the threat of deportation saying there too many young illegal immigrants to be deported.

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