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May in NC - 29 illegal aliens arrested for child sexual abuse, 80 total cases
 
The Biden regime has opened our borders to illegal aliens, and those with sexual abuse history, including child sexual abuse have been identified among those pouring in.  How is that playing out in the interior states?
 
The May report of the NC Federation for Immigration Reform and Enforcement (NCFIRE) tells the tale.  Just in the month of May and just in North Carolina, 29 illegal aliens have been arrested for child rape or child sexual abuse.  The number of case filed against the 29 illegal aliens is 80 cases, so many of them seem to be multiple abusers.
 
 
Europe has seen a similar problem and illegal alien migrants there are often now termed "rapefugees"  In many countries where the statistics have not been hidden, an overwhelming majority of rapes and sexual assaults are being committed by illegal alien migrants, and the victims range from elderly women to young boys and girls. Even a high EU official had his beautiful and talented medical student daughter raped and murdered by a Muslim illegal alien who had arrived in Germany claiming to be an "unaccompanied minor" but whose own father told authorities after his son's arrest that he was really 29 years old.  The same migrant had previously been convicted of attempted murder of a young woman in Greece during his trip to Germany but released early from prison in Greece to continue on to Germany.
 
This illegal alien invasion of both America and Europe simply has to be stopped.

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( June 29th, 2021 @ 7:33 am )
 
More "rapefugees". There has been a 542% increase in sex offenders crossing the border and apprehended. Who knows how many more were not apprehended but have crossed into the US. Biden will release even those apprehended into the US interior.
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