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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Illegal aliens continue to invade Rhode Island in record numbers

 


The invasion continues. Sources in both law-enforcement and human services report the number of illegal aliens arriving in Rhode Island continues at a record pace with larger numbers expected in the spring and summer. 



School officials in Providence and Central Falls report children arriving daily at schools from other countries unable to speak English and without vaccinations. One immigration source estimated the number of illegals entering Rhode Island is now over 1,000 a month with the states generous welfare program enticing illegals to come and stay. Illegal immigration is down in other states as talk of the border wall and stricter immigration laws are being enforced. In Rhode Island, Governor Gina Raimondo and Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza continue to actively promise a safe haven for illegals to live in Rhode Island. The new state budget is expected to be over $10 billion dollars with a large portion going to welfare benefits and less money spent to help the elderly. 


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Governor Raimondo plans to continue to raise taxes, increase gambling and promises to legalize cannabis to pay for all the spending. Crime is expected to rise with the increase in drugs and illegals. By the end of 2019, you could fill the Dunk with the number of illegals entering the state in one year alone. To find out what is really happening in Rhode Island listen to the John DePetro Radio show.