The excuse: ‘Countries have become too violent’ — The truth: Violent crime rates in Honduras and Guatemala dropped 20%

By Shepard Ambellas

Obama Admin. caught lying — again!

President Barack Obama and members of his National Security staff look at the Maker Faire exhibits on the South Lawn from a door window in the Oval Office, June 18, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
President Barack Obama and members of his National Security staff look at the Maker Faire exhibits on the South Lawn from a door window in the Oval Office, June 18, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

(INTELLIHUB) — Regardless of what the mainline press has reported about the illegal migrant influx, one thing is for sure — violent crime rates, i.e. murder, have dropped over the past few years substantially in countries like Honduras and Guatemala despite the Obama Administration’s excuse that the illegals have been fleeing violence in their homelands seeking freedom in America.

In fact, shockingly Brian Lovelace, writing for the National Review Online, reported:

The Honduran newspaper La Tribuna reported that the country’s homicide rate dropped to 60 deaths per 100,000 people in 2014, down from 84 deaths per 100,000 people in 2012, citing Honduras’s minister of security Arturo Corrales. Another paper, La Prensa, reported that Honduras recorded 611 fewer homicides as of mid June 2014 than it had during the same period from January to mid June 2013.

David Inserra, a research associate on homeland security and cybersecurity at the Heritage Foundation, tells National Review Online he visited Honduras’s capital city last week and saw national police and military on different ends of the block he was staying on.

Thus merely demonstrates the nerve of the current Administration which is already seeking to use Executive Order to address what the Admin sees as a threat to U.S. border security, all the while they are the very ones funding the botched operation.

Moreover, it has also been reported that the number of minors surrendering at the border has drastically increased, possibly prompting the military activation of Readiness Exercise 1984 via protocols instated during the Regan Admin. lawfully constituting the staffing of concentration camps in America for use during tomes of civil unrest, which may be coming sooner rather than later.

According to Tucson.com, “The number of unaccompanied juveniles deemed inadmissible by the Tucson Office of Field Operations, which includes six land ports of entry and two international airports, has jumped from 29 minors in fiscal 2009 to 664 so far this fiscal year (as of June 18), Customs and Border Protection data show.”

Needless to say, with the influx of migrants, some states are already having issues with the citizenry. Most recently in Tennessee after over 700 migrants were dumped off to “sponsors” which have remained unnamed by the local press.

So who are these sponsors and what are the terms of the sponsorship?

According to Fox News, the Governor of Tennessee was mad and even wrote a letter addressed to the President:

“It is unacceptable that we became aware via a posting on the HHS website that 760 unaccompanied children have been released by the Office of Refugee Resettlement to sponsors in Tennessee  without my administration’s knowledge,” the governor wrote in a strongly-worded letter to President Obama.

Haslam, a Republican, said he still has not been contacted by the Obama administration – and has no idea where the illegals were resettled.

“I still have not been contacted and have no information about these individuals or their sponsors other than what was posted on the HHS website,” he wrote.

So what’s the big secret?

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shepard bio photoShepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

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