• John Walsh Has the Perfect Solution to Deal With America’s Most UNWANTED . . . Illegal Aliens

    John Walsh has spent most of his adult life chasing the most violent criminals in America and has a lot of credibility on how to deal with the country’s worst criminal elements.

    So it’s not all that surprising that the law enforcement expert had a few brilliant ideas on how to deal with the growing problem of felonious illegal immigrants roaming free and committing murders and other violent crimes.

    “What do you have to do before somehow this federal government, and state and local law enforcement, decide that we need to track” criminal illegal aliens, Walsh said Wednesday on CNN. “We need to kick them out and if they come back, we need to punish them.”

    Speaking on the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, a federal law that organizes and tracks a list of America’s sex offenders, Walsh said we need an illegal immigrant equivalent to that law to inform the public of that risk just like “if a convicted American felon sex offender is living next door.”

    “How could a country that can put a rover on Mars to send back pictures of ice crystals, at a cost of $44 billion, not be able to track convicted felons–especially sex offenders, especially illegal alien sex offenders, who have gotten into this country and broken the law, raped our women or hurt or molested our children, and then are released back into society?” Walsh asked.

    It’s an excellent question. And it’s based in logic that should be put into a bill, supported and easily passed through both houses of Congress, and placed on Obama’s desk to be signed immediately into law.

    There’s simply no reason why an illegal alien registry, like the one Mr. Walsh is calling for, isn’t already in existence in America.

    Hopefully, these Congressional idiots can get off their asses and get this law passed and this registry built.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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