There is a conspiracy of consensus that exists between the Democratic political elite and the poorer-than-us peoples of Mexico and Central America: If you come in droves to vote for us, the Democrats promise, we will buy those votes with government programs and a hefty slice of the American dream.
Governor 'Butch' Otter apparently sees through the scam.
Although the governor has a long history of protecting the lives of 'people of color' through his steadfast opposition to killing pre-born babies, he prefers immigrants to his state obey the rule of law. He furthermore opposes Mr. Obama from dumping illegal aliens in his state where they will take jobs and welfare benefits from legal residents and, in return, push the button next to the Democratic Party candidate come election day.
What other thoughts occupy the governor's mind are beyond reach. Many patriots, however, are well aware that the influx of aliens is an orchestrated effort to displace Western culture. Few stop to consider that those who are fleeing adverse conditions in the homelands are bringing their culture with them and, in time, that culture will dominate our own.
Consider, for example, that the prevalence of electricity, advanced transportation, healthcare, plumbing, etc., that is abundant in their homelands is the innovation of Western culture. As the innovators are displaced, the innovations will cease to exist. Western civilization will not descend to the adverse conditions found in Central America, but fall far below those conditions. There will be no one to turn on the lights, refine the oil, or fly the airliners.
That, of course, is the ultimate objective of the predatory left.
From our source we read:
Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has sent a letter to federal officials telling them not to send any of the unaccompanied young migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border to Idaho — but it turns out the feds already have, albeit a tiny number.Continue reading ►
Otter sent the letter Wednesday to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Leon Rodriguez. On Thursday, federal authorities released data on the number of children sent to various states, including eight to Idaho.
Otter’s press secretary, Jon Hanian, said no one from the federal government had informed the state.
“We are working now to determine the veracity of this report,” Hanian wrote in an email. “Should it prove to be true, it underscores the importance of the letter the governor released yesterday putting the federal government on notice, that Idaho will not be used as a staging area or a destination for the crisis the federal government has created.
“Just as troubling is the fact that they are ignoring states and the impacts associated with placing these undocumented migrants without the knowledge or consent of state governments.”
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