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Thousands of Cuban 'refugees' now streaming through Central America to invade the U.S., TalkNetwork hosts reveal in exclusive report


Cuban refugees

(NaturalNews) Just days ago, TalkNetwork.com radio hosts Kurt Haskell and Dean Ryan filed a bombshell report regarding the ongoing U.S. immigration and border crisis, namely that scores of refugees from Cuba are streaming into Central America in an attempt to make it to the States.

Reporting from the Panama-Costa Rica border, Haskell noted that the latter nation has very few Cubans, and that most are "going to Ecuador, because Ecuador will let them in without a visa."

Then, he continued, "they're attempting to cross through Central America into the U.S. because the U.S. will allow them in if they enter by foot." If Cubans go to the U.S. "by boat they are turned away," Haskell explained further.

In January, the U.S. Coast Guard – which is generally the first to make contact with Cubans arriving by boat off the coast of Florida – said it was concerned about a spike in "boat people" from the Caribbean island, which began after President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro agreed in principle to improve relations.

'It's not usually like this'

That is the second immigration policy action taken by Obama that analysts say has led to a dramatic increase in illegal immigrants crossing into the U.S. by foot, primarily through Texas, but also via Arizona and California. Following the 2012 election, Obama issued executive orders delaying the deportation of certain illegal immigrants, an action that federal courts have ruled unconstitutional. Analysts and observers have said that the perception of amnesty contained in Obama's executive order has led to record spikes in illegal immigration.

The effects of both policies are playing out throughout Latin America. As the Los Angeles Times reported in November, and as the TalkNetwork.com hosts just witnessed, that has resulted in more Cubans, as well as others, attempting to get into the U.S. via the southern land route.

The paper noted:

"The number of Cubans arriving at the southern border increased this year after President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced plans last December to normalize relations between the longtime adversaries — a move many Cubans fear could mean the end of the special status that allows them to stay and work here legally if they reach U.S. soil."

In all, the number of Cubans arriving via the southern border rose to more than 44,000 this year, up from about 17,500 in the previous fiscal year.

"The problem that has arisen," says Haskell, "Costa Rica is allowing [the Cuban migrants] in to pass through only to go into Nicaragua, but after Costa Rica has let thousands of them in just to pass through, Nicaragua now says they won't allow any in."

That means that the Cubans are now "stuck in limbo, basically."

Taking advantage now of Obama's open borders

Haskell reported that a meeting between Costa Rican and Nicaraguan leaders recently yielded no solutions, so now leaders in San Jose say they have no choice but to deport the Cubans back home.

Both hosts took a tour of the "shantytown" that has sprung up in the area, further discussing their findings while showing viewers images of refugees and migrants staking out a place to stay and survive while they await their fates (see video here).

"I've been to this border three or four times and it's not normally like this," Haskell said. "People don't sleep here. These are all refugees," he added, gesturing around him.

Asked if he thinks the situation will change anytime soon, Haskell said he sees "open borders" along the U.S. Southwest "until Obama is finished" in office.

"I think that's why these Cubans are taking this opportunity right here and now, because they know it might not exist a year from now," he said.

Sources:

NBCNews.com

TheConservativeTreehouse.com

WashingtonTimes.com

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