A Talk Radio Listener Claims Vindication On Border "Family" Fraud
June 19, 2018, 03:27 PM
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Re: Allan Wall's What The Critics Of “Family Separation” Really Want—As Many Illegal Aliens Entering As Possible!

From: A Talk Radio Listener [Email him]

On Saturday, I wrote you that "Without DNA tests, a large percentage of the "parents" of children at the border would "turn out to be buyers of "parent" entries."

Almost at once, as Allan Wall noted, the Daily Caller reported Sources: Illegals Increasingly Use Other People’s Children To Claim Asylum
By Saagar Enjeti,  June 18, 2018.

Furthermore, Sessions is acting like he reads VDARE.com:

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is exploring the possibility of using DNA tests to verify the parentage of illegal alien adults who attempt to cross the southern border with children, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said in a statement Tuesday after interviewing Sessions on his radio show Washington Watch.

“Sessions is talking to congressional members and is hoping for a legislative fix. The AG wants an immigration policy that is just, fair and enforceable. They talked about making sure that these really are the parents of these kids,” Perkins said.

He continued, “They are looking at how to use DNA tests in the field to verify they are parents and not traffickers. The reality is if American parents put their kids through what these immigrant parents have done to their kids — they would be charged with child abuse.”

Tony Perkins: Sessions Talking To Lawmakers About Using DNA Tests To Verify Parents Of Immigrant Children

By Kerry Picket, Dailly Caller, June 20, 2018

See previous letters from the same reader.

James Fulford writes: The "rent-a-kid" phenomenon was noted by Brenda Walker in 2014. She was quoting a CBS/Dallas-Fort Worth story called Texas Official Believes Illegals Renting Kids To Cross Border, by Joe Gomez, KRLD, July 1, 2014.

Notable quote:

“This is a phenomenon that has gone on for years if not decades,” says George Grayson a Professor of Latin American Politics at William & Mary “As far as I know they pay the families (and remember these economies are in sad shape) and therefore to get maybe a few hundred dollars you’re willing to give up your 7th or 8th child.”