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Obama’s Christmas ‘Gift’ For America — It’s Coming Straight From Central America

In Ellis County, Texas, not to be confused with Ellis Island, New York, the U.S. Federal government is busy imposing on the residents 300 – 700 “unaccompanied minors” from Central America.

The mostly male newcomers, between the ages of 12- and 18- years old, are being housed in the Lakeview Camp and Conference Centers in Rockwall and Maypearl, Texas. Currently, both campsites are accepting tenants and are in the process of being transformed into “miniature cities” outfitted to accommodate the influx of unlawful sojourners.

It was during a conference call with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that officials like Judge Carol Bush first learned that the minors were headed to the Lone Star state. According to the judge, officials were told by the feds that a large number of “unaccompanied minors” from Central America were slated to be resettled in Ellis County for 21-days.

For those who worry about things like Latin America-imported Enterovirus D-68, which recently killed 12 American children, disease will not be a problem. Prior to being relocated, HHS took it upon themselves to vaccinate the hordes arriving from sunny Third World locations such as: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

The freshly inoculated youth will be shuttled from a border holding facility to a Texas Christmas holiday site where the newly arrived revelers will spend time partying on the taxpayer’s dime.

That’s right, while American veterans die on VA hospital waiting lists and huddle homeless and unemployed in the street, “unaccompanied minors” will be swimming in an indoor pool, playing soccer, enjoying arts and crafts, and by learning to speak English, preparing to flood the U.S. job market to do “jobs Americans would love to be doing.”

In fact, the menfolk even have a Dallas attorney named Domingo Garcia who is in the process of organizing a legal team to represent the future Democrat voters.

Garcia said his goal is to “Make sure their legal rights are protected, that they’re in a comfortable place, and even though they are separated from their families that they have a Christmas that teaches them what American values are like.”

When Mr. Garcia says “American values,” does he mean values such as respect for the borders of a sovereign nation? And since when do illegals have legal rights?

Maybe this attorney just means that, in his opinion, and the opinion of the Obama administration, America’s laws are fundamentally biased, worthy of being disregarded, and that those who break, oh, let’s say, immigration law deserve to be compensated with an all expense paid holiday in a resort-like facility complete with an indoor pool?

And if legality is no longer an American value, then when Garcia says “legal rights,” does he mean that illegals have a legal right to be comfortable after breaking into America?

Not only that, what’s also odd is that Garcia suggested illegals be allowed to commemorate a politically incorrect holiday like “Christmas.” Or could it be that cultural diversity exempts illegals from having to exclude “Christ” from a holiday that’s been largely secularized for regular American citizens?

Either way, culturally-Catholic/Central American-themed Christmas or not, the legal counsel for the illegal “unaccompanied minors” still worries that if the 12- 18-year-olds are eventually sent home, they will be “Subject to the predators, the gang members, the criminals that [may be] waiting for them.”

What Garcia did not mention was whether or not he’s also concerned about Texas residents living in the vicinity of the campground being endangered by prospective “predators, gang members, and criminals.”

Has Garcia even considered the possibility that along with 12-year-old Guillermo and his brother 17-year-old Juan an unaccompanied Cub of the Caliphate or two could have also strolled along side them all the way into Texas?

Furthermore, let’s be frank, it is highly unlikely that a federal government that couldn’t vet one ISIS-terrorist named Tashfeen Malik took the time to properly vet 300- 700 Central American campers.

The U.S. federal government failed to investigate a blushing bride who, after posting her affection for ISIS on social media, gained access into the U.S. on a K-1 visa. Then, after giving birth 6 months ago in an American hospital, that same Jihadi bride went on to slaughter 14 innocent people in San Bernardino, California.

And we’re supposed to believe the same government that sends checks to dead people and had difficulty tracing Hillary Clinton’s email server is going to carefully screen a thousand teenaged boys?

Therefore, in light of the government’s proven inability to screen newcomers adequately, and Garcia’s obvious naivety as to whom he might be representing in court, Texans who live in close proximity to the Central American Campground are uneasy – and rightly so.

Those who in live the vicinity, as well as responsible public officials, are apprehensive about the issues that can arise when 700 testosterone-infused/culturally challenged juvenile boys, deprived of parental oversight, are deposited into the heart of Texas.

Not to mention that the merrymakers are being lodged on the grounds of a campground that is largely unsecured.

Whatever ends up happening, and irrespective of who these teenagers are, what they have done in the past, or plan to do in the future, or who may have infiltrated their ranks – one thing is certain — Domingo Garcia can rest easy because DHS isn’t sending anyone back to Central America.

Quite the contrary, thousands more Central American campers, with a few ISIS stragglers likely mixed in, are being waved north. And if things go according to Barack Obama’s “fundamentally transformative” plan, multitudes more should arrive in Texas in time to spend Christmas bathing in an indoor pool.

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Jeannie DeAngelis

Jeannie DeAngelis, born in Brooklyn, New York and raised on Long Island, is a wife, mother and grandmother to three grandsons. She has written for politically-themed articles for conservative websites like American Thinker and Breitbart, emphasizing current events as well as the full range of liberal hypocrisy in politics and Hollywood, and pro-life issues. Jeannie publishes a blog at

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