Daniel Horowitz is exposing what is really going on in Montgomery County, Maryland, which has been well-known for its Sanctuary City status and its welcoming of MS-13 gang members and illegal aliens.
Horowitz Makes Fascinating Correlations
Daniel Horowitz collected data over the last several years and reported on a trend he found where illegal alien child rapists and rapists have been granted the ability to commit preventable crimes due to counties sheltering immigrants who are in the United States illegally.
In an article for Conservative Review, Horowitz writes that, “Just as we see with the BLM anti-police and anti-incarceration agenda causing more black homicides than anything else, the same phenomenon occurs with sanctuary cities for illegal aliens.”
At the end of the day, Hispanic residents are the major victims of the counties that become sanctuary areas.
Illegals Murder When They Should Have Been Deported
On June 29, 2020, ICE reported that six of the suspects arrested for the violent ambush-style murder of Francisco Medrano-Campos in May, which took place outside his apartment in Wheaton, Maryland, were in the country illegally.
Carlos Andres Orellana, 21; Oscar Effrain Zavala-Urrea, 19; Romeo Almengor Oxlaj-Lopez, 20; Victor Alfonso Cruz-Orellana, 21; Daniel E. Huezo Landaverde, 19; and Jose Lainez-Martinez, 26, all entered the U.S. illegally.
“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement lodged immigration detainers with the Montgomery County Detention Center on Carlos Andres Orellana-Orellana, a citizen of El Salvador; Romeo Oxlaj-Lopez, a citizen of Guatemala; Oscar Zavala-Urrea, a citizen of Honduras; Daniel Enrique Huezo-Landaverde, a citizen of El Salvador; and Victor Cruz-Orellana, a citizen of El Salvador; following their arrests on first-degree murder charges,” said ICE’s Baltimore field office in a statement.
“On July 2, ERO lodged a detainer on Jose Luis Lainez-Martinez, a citizen of El Salvador, following his recent arrest on first-degree murder charges in connection to the same homicide.”
U.S. Government Lets Criminals Flood In
Even though crime and gangs are a substantial problem in Central America, the U.S. government still continued to bring in thousands of refugees from these violence-stricken areas until recently, thanks to the coronavirus. It appears that this virus actually is doing a little good, but it is sad that it has taken an unprecedented pandemic to stop something that should have been ended long ago. It just shows how refugee programs are abused and how our government needs to recognize this.
Orellana-Orellana, Oxlaj-Lopez, Zavala-Urrea, and Cruz-Orellana all came to the U.S. as unaccompanied alien children (UACs). ICE also reports that these individuals failed to appear for their removal hearings. Shocker. If the law was followed, these people would have been deported and hence would not have been able to commit the murder that they did.
"Four of the five MS-13 Gang members are illegal aliens who entered the U.S. as “Unaccompanied Alien Children” (UACs)."https://t.co/2Dj2pOcjxV
— NumbersUSA (@NumbersUSA) June 16, 2020
Horowitz Suggests Trump Focus On Immigration
“Remember, there are 3.2 million known criminals [sic] aliens on ICE’s undetained docket who remain at large in this country. Over 2 million have final or pending final removal orders, yet remain in the country for years to commit crimes,” Horowitz writes.
“Where is the sanctuary for Americans to live peacefully in their own country without known repeat sex offenders, gang members, and murderers of other countries being resettled and then released into their communities and even schools? If Trump has one fight left on his hands for the remainder of his presidency, it’s to veto any bill that does not deny funding for lawless cities that harbor criminals of all types, especially those who could easily be removed from our communities,” Horowitz continued.