Interesting that Janet Napolitano (Obama’s head of Department of Homeland Security) stated that the Mexico Border has NEVER been safer than it is today. REALLY?
If you review the statistics above, all from either the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH), the Mexican Attorney Generals Office (PGR) or also known as National Public Security System (SUSP), and Reformia which is a ledaing Mexico City Newspapers that keeps track of KNOWN murders.
Since Obama has taken office and Janet Napolitano has been head of the Department of Homeland Security, murders have not reduced rather thay have almost TRIPLED in severity since they took over……..
FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform) have issued a report on July 10, 2010 estimating that the net cost of illegal immigration to the American taxpayer is approximately $113 BILLION annually based off of information from 2009….
In our cost estimates we also include the minor children of illegal aliens born in the United States. That adds another 3.4 million children to the 1.3 million children who are illegal aliens themselves. We include these U.S. citizen children of illegal aliens because the fiscal outlays for them are a direct result of the illegal migration that led to their U.S. birth. We do so as well in the assumption that if the parents leave voluntarily or involuntarily they will take these children with them. The birth of these children and their subsequent medical care represent a large share of the estimated Medicaid and Child Health Insurance Program expenditures associated with illegal aliens.
The report also accounts for taxes paid by illegal aliens about $13 billion a year, resulting in a net cost to taxpayers of about $100 billion. However, the study notes that government at all levels would likely have realized significantly greater revenues if jobs held by illegal aliens had been filled by legal U.S. residents instead.
Federal spending on illegal aliens amounts to $29 billion, finds Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on U.S. Taxpayers. The lion’s share of the costs of illegal immigration is borne by state and local taxpayers an estimated $84.2 billion. In 18 states, expenditures on illegal aliens exceeded the size of those states’ budget deficits in FY 2009.
In 2004, the state of California reported that the KNOWN 3 million illegal aliens cost taxpayers nearly $9 billion each year, according to a new report released in 2004 by the Federation for American Immigration Reform, a Washington, D.C.-based group that promotes stricter immigration policies.
Educating the children of illegal immigrants is the largest cost, estimated at $7.7 billion each year, according to the report. Medical care for illegal immigrants and incarceration of those who have committed crimes are the next two largest expenses measured in the study, the author said.
Jack Martin, who wrote the report, said Thursday that the $9 billion figure does not include other expenses that are difficult to measure, such as special English instruction, school lunch programs, and welfare benefits for American workers displaced by illegal immigrant workers.
“It’s a bottom of the range number,” Martin said. AGAIN, this was in 2004, 7 years ago.
One year later (end of 2004), the report grew by $1.5 BILLION:
Dateline: December, 2004
In hosting America’s largest population of illegal immigrants, California bears a huge cost to provide basic human services for this fast growing, low-income segment of its population. A new study from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) examines the costs of education, health care and incarceration of illegal aliens, and concludes that the costs to Californians is $10.5 billion per year.
And for the Fiscal 2010-2011, costs of ILLEGAL ALIENS on the state of California now reaches ROUGHLY $20 BILLION and Newy York Obsorbing close to $10 BILLION in costs due to ILLEGAL ALIENS:
With many state budgets in deficit, policymakers have an obligation to look for ways to reduce the fiscal burden of illegal migration. California, facing a budget deficit of $14.4 billion in 2010-2011, is hit with an estimated $21.8 billion in annual expenditures on illegal aliens. New York’s $6.8 billion deficit is smaller than its $9.5 billion in yearly illegal alien costs
In 2008, a study in Georgia reported that ILLEGAL ALIENS cost that state alone over $1.6 BILLION annually. In 2010, Washington-based Federation for American Immigration Reform. FAIR released a statement claiming illegal immigrants in Georgia cost tax payers $2.4 billion… (AN INCREASE of almost $1 BILLION in 3 years that ILLEGAL ALIENS take away from LEGAL GEORGIA CITIZENS)
According to several organizations, there are about 425,000 illegal immigrants. Politifact editor Jim Tharpe said compared to other states, Georgia has the seventh largest number of illegal immigrants in the country.
“A lot of emergency rooms are strapped. This is an enormous cost if someone illegal comes in to have a baby. That can cost $10,000 right off the bat,” Politifact editor Jim Tharpe told Geary.
FAIR contends the biggest cost of illegal immigration, more than 50 percent, is education. The group also estimates there are more than 133,000 illegal immigrants in Georgia’s school system — for a total tally of almost $1.5 billion.
“They’re including U.S. born children of illegal immigrants who constitutionally do have a right to public education,” Sturgus said.
A FAIR spokesman defended the number, saying the children would not be in Georgia schools and would not qualify for means-tested government assistance programs if not for the fact that their parents are here illegally.
In today’s environment of scarce resources, Georgia cannot afford to continue to fund an illegal population. The General Assembly just passed an $17.8 billion budget. Imagine the number of legal residents that could be helped if $1.6 billion of the budget was not going to illegal aliens.
JUST THE FACTS: STATISTICS THAT IMPACT.
- The largest Federal expenditures due illegal immigration:
- “Medicaid ($2.5 billion); treatment for the uninsured ($2.2 billion); food assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches ($1.9 billion); the federal prison and court systems ($1.6 billion); and federal aid to schools ($1.4 billion).”
- $12 billion dollars a year is spent on primary and secondary school education for children here illegally.
- $17 billion dollars a year is spent for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies.
- $3 million Dollars is spent a DAY to incarcerate non- U.S. citizens. Most are thought to be illegal aliens.
- 30% of all Federal Prison inmates are not U.S. citizens.
- $200 billion Dollars a year in suppressed American wages is caused by immigration, both legal and illegal.
- Hispanics in the United States have a crime rate that’s 2.5 times that of white non-Hispanics.
- The Center for American Progress (Deporting the undocumented: A cost Assessment), ‘estimated that the total cost of mass deportation would be between $206 and $230 billion or an average cost of between $41 and $46 billion annually over a five year period.’
- In 2006, illegal aliens sent $45 billion in remittances back to their countries of origin.
- ‘The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration: Nearly One Million Sex Crimes Committed by Illegal Immigrants in the United States ‘.
JUST THE FACTS: THE DEATH TOLL. 2006-2010
- As of early June 2010, 5,829 citizens have perished in 2010, as a result of the Mexican drug wars.1 That’s approx. 1,000 deaths per month. When Will It Spill Over?
- In the last week of June 2010 alone, over 500 people were murdered along the Mexico side of the border at the hands of the violent drug cartels.2 When Will It Spill Over?
- More than 23,000 people have been killed in Mexico’s drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon launched an all-out offensive against drug gangs in 2006.3
- In 2009, the Mexican drug wars claimed 7,724 Mexican citizens, the highest death total since the war officially began in 2006.4 When Will It Spill Over?
- In recent months, leading U.S. news agencies have reported the number of deaths along the U.S.-Mexico border has increased three-fold since 2008.5 When Will It Spill Over?
- So far in 2010 there have been 2,657 murders in Juarez, six of them were Americans and three were student.
MEXICAN DEATHS: AT THE HANDS OF AMERICANS.
- Mexico’s Foreign Relations Department said its records indicate the number of Mexicans killed or wounded by U.S. immigration authorities rose from five in 2008 to 12 in 2009, to seventeen thus far, in 2010.