Guatemalan Immigration, New Senate Confirmation and Equifax Settlement

Equifax Settlement, Why Guatemalans Are Really Coming to America and Senate Confirms Brian Buescher

The Real Reason Guatemalans Are Coming to America

Guatemala is one of the poorest countries in the hemisphere. In fact, it’s so poor that more than half of the population suffers from malnutrition and lives in poverty.

This isn’t the story that many Liberals tell. They speak of the increasing violence and danger that Guatemalans face every day instead. But violence has actually decreased by half in the past 10 years, and it continues to fall.

The real reason Guatemalans are coming to the US? It has nothing to do with violence or fear of being harmed – it’s because we have a strong economy. Simply put, they’re living in poverty, and they see the United States as an opportunity to escape it.

ICE and Border Control has apprehended nearly 240,000 Guatemalans in the last six months alone. That’s an insane 1.4 percent of their entire population. And while the US is the “land of opportunity,” we certainly cannot afford to hand it out to people from away when our own citizens continue to struggle right here.

Liberals need to be upfront and honest. We can’t move an entire country over here just because there is no work for them at home.

Brian Buescher Confirmed as a District Judge

The Senate approved Brian Buescher as the US district judge for Nebraska late last week, and everyone’s all abuzz about it. Democratic senators objected Buescher’s nomination from the start because of his membership in the Catholic organization Knights of Columbus. The Dems were worried that Buescher would rule against abortion rights because of his Catholic beliefs.

The Democrats preach love and freedom when they are being fake, but their true colors show when they restrict someone’s ability to do their job because of their religion.

Equifax Settlement

In 2017, Equifax suffered a massive data breach that exposed the personal information of more than 147 million Americans. A settlement has been reached in the associated case; Equifax will have to pay up to $700 million to compensate affected individuals.

You can file a claim online right now if you think you may have been affected. Just click here to get started.

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