A dozen migrants traveling by foot from Honduras to the United States to illegally enter our country, and seek phony “asylum,” filed a class-action lawsuit Thursday against President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security and others, claiming a violation of their due process and Constitutional rights under the Fifth Amendment.
We can say “phony asylum” because they have already turned “political asylum” down from the Mexican government, hence they can’t claim political asylum again from a neighboring country of Mexico’s, in this case, The United States.
We have now been able to identify Speedy Gonzalez and his cousin, Slowpoke Rodriguez, as two of the main instigators of the migrant “invasion” as it passes through Mexico.
These migrants, of course, always travel with other migrants who are U.S Constitutional scholars, and others who are adept at filing class-action lawsuits in U.S. courts! They also travel with their own laptops, printers and satellite dishes, in order to be able to download the required forms, etc.
Dang! These migrants are good!
I know! Maybe Speedy Gonzalez took the lawsuit, ran across the border so fast that no one even saw him, filed the lawsuit, then ran back across the US border and back to the caravan before anyone even missed him!
The Fifth Amendment states that, “No person… shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.”
Well, the migrants are p-r-e-t-t-y good. The problem is, muchachos, that you all are not citizens of The United States, so The Constitution of The United States does not apply to you. There’s the end of your lawsuit. Not to mention that your claims of asylum have now been invalidated.
In all actuality, these migrants and their liberal democrat partners in crime are so confused on so many levels.
What exactly is “due process” here, and when and where the proceedings might take place is also up for interpretation.
Two people can play that “playing around with the law” game.
Twelve Honduran nationals, including six children, are listed as plaintiffs in the lawsuit. The suit, which was filed Thursday (11/1/18) in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., said it is widely known (Widely known by whom? I’m not aware of it.) that Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador are “undergoing a well-documented human rights crisis.”
That’s funny, because it’s also widely known that the United States is experiencing a well-documented illegal immigration crisis.
All of the Hollywood liberals who are threatening to leave our country because it is soooo terrible, should be making the case to these “caravaners” to save themselves the trouble and just stay where they are!
The Central American migrant caravan now numbers between 4,000 and 7,000 people.
The lawsuit points to President Trump’s claim that he will prevent the caravan from entering the U.S. It claims that the president cannot stop asylum-seekers by employing the military, when they have a fair claim.
And we have already established that their claim is not fair or valid at this point.
The suit criticized the president’s alleged attempt at stoking “fear and hysteria” by claiming that criminals and gang members have joined the caravan.
So these claimants are saying there are no “criminals or gang members” in and amongst the caravan?
I feel it would be fairly easy to argue that President Trump is not trying stoke the “fear and hysteria” among the American people. He is simply stating the truth and stating his concerns about this “invasion” headed towards our southern border.
President Trump announced in a lengthy speech at the White House this last Thursday afternoon that in response to what he called the “crisis at our southern border” and a surge of fraudulent asylum claims in recent years, his administration will soon require asylum-seekers to “lawfully present themselves” at a port of entry. (Note: A port of entry is a pre-designated harbor, border town, or airport by which people and goods may lawfully enter a country.)
Asylum claims made by migrants caught crossing the border illegally would seemingly be summarily denied under Trump’s proposal.
The asylum clause of the Immigration and Nationality Act says that anyone who arrives to the U.S. may apply for asylum based on a well-founded fear of persecution.
The asylum clause does not say that any request must be approved.
President Trump’s decision was expected to, of course, prompt immediate federal court challenges.
When reached for a comment about the entire situation, Speedy Gonzalez replied, “¡Andale! ¡Andale! ¡Arriba! ¡Arriba! ¡Yii-hah!” before speeding off.
An unidentified mouse in the crowd stated, “My seester knows Speedy Gonzales,” to which Slowpoke Rodriguez responded, “Evvvveryyyyybooooody’ssssss seeeester knooooows Speeeeeedy Gonzaaaaaaalez!”
Tha-tha-tha’that’s all folks!
Thank you to Fox News’ Gregg Re, Edmund DeMarche, Amy Lieu and The Associated Press for contributing to this article.
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