Open Borders And Environmental Extremism Together

The only thing missing is anthropogenic global warming.

Open-border advocates operating under the guise of environmentalism are prepared to push for legislation that could result in an accelerated flow of illegal immigration, drug smuggling, and human trafficking from Mexico into Arizona, according to law enforcement experts familiar with the terrain. 

The two bills, sponsored by Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), would restrict federal and state law enforcement officials from patrolling an already porous border area that extends from Sonora, Mexico into Santa Cruz County, Ariz., critics charge.

Grijalva has proposed extending federal wilderness protection to approximately 84,000 acres of the Tumacacori Highlands within the Coronado National Forest, which is located adjacent to the Pajarita Wilderness that runs along the Mexican border. 

This wilderness designation would effectively push the Mexican border 30 miles to the north of its present location, according to Zack Taylor, a retired U.S. Border Patrol officer.

“These bills would do great harm to our national security, because they would restrict our agents from operating in key corridors,” Taylor said. “Once this becomes known, it will be easier for smugglers and other criminals to predict the movements of our Border Patrol and to make adjustments.”

Well, that’s special. If anyone cares to bring up the I word, wouldn’t decreasing the security of the United States purposefully count?

H.R. 2593, the Borderlands Conservation and Security Act, would preclude border security officials from operating on federal land, while H.R. 3287, the Tumacacori Highlands Wilderness Act, would establish a wilderness zone at the precise point where one of the largest illegal entry points into the U.S. exists.

Keep an eye on these, see if they pass by stealth.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to check out the latest Blogs For Borders video blogburst at Shadowscope.

Rhymes With Right catches the NY Times choosing the side of criminal aliens.

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