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Mar 12 2018

Unaccompanied Minors Rack Up Kill Count at Suburban High School

To see see how all those “unaccompanied minors” Obama imported and distributed throughout the country have been enriching the multicultural tapestry of American schools, let’s visit Brentwood, on Long Island. Teenagers with backpacks are strolling along toward Brentwood High when an old minivan pulls up…

Out sprang members of the violent street gang MS-13, armed with baseball bats.

They attacked three 16-year-old students they suspected of being rivals before driving off. When police spotted the van in the same neighborhood the following afternoon and surrounded it at gunpoint, the MS-13 members were in the midst of trying to abduct a fourth.

“We were going to take him somewhere private and beat him to death,” said Miguel Rivera, 20, according to a Suffolk County indictment.

The Dec. 6 arrests of Rivera and four others thwarted what police say would have been the sixth murder of a Brentwood High School student by MS-13 in less than two years.

Of those arrested,

Three were unaccompanied minors who had been caught at the border and then placed in the community by a federal refugee program.

According to police, MS-13 has committed 27 murders in Suffolk County since the flood of unaccompanied minors commenced in 2013. The problem is not limited to Long Island; our own government saw to it that the young colonists were disseminated throughout the country.

Some want to curtail this celebration of vibrant Salvadoran culture. No worries; the ACLU rides to the rescue:

“Schools are supposed to be a safe haven for kids to learn,” said Donna Lieberman, executive director of the New York Civil Liberties Union. “But they are actually turning into dangerous places for kids to be because they are being branded as gang members . . . by virtue of spurious allegations and unfounded, generalized and racist assumptions.”

So the ACLU is suing the Trump Administration. The one city mentioned by name in the lawsuit is Brentwood, New York.

By now we can stop referring to “unintended consequences” when it comes to the ACLU advancing whatever helps destroy America.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.

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