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Old 04-18-2017, 04:49 PM
 
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Mexico City (CNN)Maria Perez hasn't seen her grandson since he was a little boy.

On her cell phone, she keeps a video of that day. It shows 8-year-old Eduardo Hernandez hugging her goodbye.
Now Hernandez is 21 and walking through the frosted glass doors at Mexico City's international airport. His flight from the United States just landed.

One-way flight to Mexico: Who is the US deporting? - CNN.com

It's starting to sound like many illegals being sent home ain't too sad about that happening.
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Old 04-18-2017, 09:34 PM
 
Location: NE Mississippi
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Mexico City (CNN)Maria Perez hasn't seen her grandson since he was a little boy.

On her cell phone, she keeps a video of that day. It shows 8-year-old Eduardo Hernandez hugging her goodbye.
Now Hernandez is 21 and walking through the frosted glass doors at Mexico City's international airport. His flight from the United States just landed.

One-way flight to Mexico: Who is the US deporting? - CNN.com

It's starting to sound like many illegals being sent home ain't too sad about that happening.
Kinda strange.

I mean, the iphone was released June 29, 2007, and here Maria Perez has a video of the lil' tyke that was taken 13 years ago. 2004.

And the US no longer flies them back to Mexico City. They are just taken to the border and sent through the door.

But that's CNN.
Always got a story - even if they have to make it up!
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:23 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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Ugh. Did you watch the video? The reporter asks, "When Trump says bad hombres..." and the deportee shakes his head no--he just has a DUI, he didn't sell drugs.
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Old 04-20-2017, 06:45 AM
 
Location: Kansas
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Ugh. Did you watch the video? The reporter asks, "When Trump says bad hombres..." and the deportee shakes his head no--he just has a DUI, he didn't sell drugs.
DUI? Like driving with a loaded weapon pointed at anyone else on the road with them? So many illegals have killed our citizens while driving drunk.

How dumb are they? The one had numerous deportations and can't figure out why she is being deported.

If they opt to leave their kids behind, it attests to the fact that these unfortunate children were being used as pawns in the parent(s) scheme to get public assistance through the children and as an anchor to the US. Pretty pathetic!

I hope some of the parents are decent enough to send for the children when they get settled in. These people, for the most part, seem to be of a mentality that most Americans cannot understand when it comes to "family" and the reason for having children.
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:31 AM
 
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The mind set of these illegals are mind boggling to me. The don't think that breaking the law upon entering is bad enough.

A DUI is for them not considered to be something bad. We don't even know if they caused an accident or other property damage and if they have unpaid medical bills, etc. What about ID theft to stay in the country, etc.

I'm supporting President Trump on this as the people deported can whine all they want about being separated from their kids, but they are free to pay for tickets to have their kids live with them.

One thing is sure that the anchor babies will not be helping them as with a felony there will usually not be any legal return possible to the USA, on top of that they have an illegal entering and deportation on their record which makes sure they will not be able to come back legally.

Mexico can keep them or they can go else where if there is another country that will take them.

I noticed their families are glad they are back so it is nice for other family members to get these "honorable" family members back in their community.
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:39 AM
 
Location: Kansas
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One thing I wondered though, say you are the son of a family in Mexico and you are expected by the family to come into the US, earn money and send it home. Mexicans in the US illegally sent home to their country $26 billion dollars. Maybe some of them didn't want to come but felt obligated and now are thrilled to have no choice but to return.

Once deported, they aren't coming back in legally probably forever, so if they want to see the kids or other family, that family will have to travel to be with them.

I'm glad to see this moving at the rate that it is, like ripping off a bandage, just get it done. Hopefully many will self-deport out of fear and it will allow them to come to at least visit the US in the future.
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