As a Miami boy, born in the 1980s, I am familiar with waves of Cuban migrants coming to the United States.

In 1980, Fidel Casto began to empty Cuban prisons and ship them with refugees to Florida.

He famously said, “I have flushed the toilets of Cuba in the United States.”

Today, it’s Venezuela that is flushing its toilets into the United States.

Venezuela’s Violent Deaths Fall to 22-Year Low on Migration

Venezuela’s rate of violent deaths dropped to its lowest level in more than two decades following years of massive migration as both criminals and victims fled the nation’s economic crisis.

The Venezuelan Violence Observatory registered 26.8 violent deaths per 100,000 inhabitants this year from a rate of 35.3 for every 100,000 habitants in 2022, Roberto Briceño León, director of the Observatory, said in a webcast Thursday. That’s its lowest since 2001 and is one-third of what it was in 2016, he added.

Young people, who have traditionally been the main victims of violence, have fled, while criminals and gangs have emigrated due to the lack of opportunities to commit crimes, according to Briceño León.

And let’s see how that has played put for the United States.

Laken Riley murder: Immigration attorney explains suspect’s path from Venezuela to Georgia

Answers are surfacing about how Jose Ibarra, 26, managed to get into the United States, get arrested in New York, and make it to Georgia where police accuse him of murdering Laken Riley.

Riley, 22, was attacked while she was running on the University of Georgia’s intramural fields Thursday, according to the UGA Police Department.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued the following statement on Sunday that said, “U.S. Customs and Border Protection arrested Ibarra Sept. 8, 2022, after he unlawfully entered the United States near El Paso, Texas. He was paroled and released for further processing.”

He said once there, the immigrant is expected to follow up to obtain proper documentation through the court system.

Instead, ICE said Ibarra ended up getting arrested in New York a year later.

Officers said he was driving in an uninsured, unregistered car with a 5-year-old and was charged with acting in a manner to injure a child.

ICE said in a statement, “He was released by the NYPD before a detainer could be issued.”

This is not Venezuela’s best and brights, coming here to be successful in America.

This is a career criminal who got flushed here to be America’s problem.

Venezuela’s currently president is Nicolas Maduro, former VP to Hugo Chavez, and Chavez was buddy-buddy with Castro.

It’s not at all difficult to understand how this situation came to be.

So it makes perfect sense that Venezuela’s violent crimes are dropping, because the violent criminals are here now.

The worst part is that half of the American government is on board with this policy, evident that they refuse to send these criminals back.

It’s only going to get worse.

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By J. Kb

5 thoughts on “Flushed the toilets of Venezuela”
  1. unless we have regime change for the better it will come down to We the People to band together and fix this problem. and even a regime change may not be enough.. complacency breeds failure and we have been failing for a long time. the tree of Liberty and all that WILL come down to alot more than a famous quote. how many would be willing to step up? my guess way less than 3%…

  2. What I’m looking for is a law that says “if you pass through a third country on the way to the USA, you are not eligible for asylum, and you will be immediately removed to the country from which you entered”.

  3. Want them to stop coming?
    Stop giving them stuff. No welfare, no food, no EBT, no shelter, nothing. End of story.
    Show up unannounced and without a visa, you get nothing. Not even a bus ride. Live in the desert without any assistance.
    Somehow, I think the bulk of these people will turn around and go home.

    1. I’ve seen this described as “The Disney Solution”.
      The analogy goes something like this: When Disneyland becomes too crowded — too many guests in the park — do the administrators order security to start rounding up and ejecting people? No, of course not. Instead, they turn off the rides “for maintenance/repair” (and post the notice on the screens at the ticket stands) and stop stocking the treat stands beyond what they currently have on-site. Some people in the park will leave on their own, and some people waiting in line outside will decide that this isn’t the day to visit. One simple move fixes the over-crowding issue on both fronts.
      We could do the same with immigration, and it could reduce it back down to sustainable levels even without active enforcement and deportations. Just turn off the free s#!t.

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