80 Percent Drop in Deportation of Minors from Bush to Obama





The number of illegal immigrant minors being sent back to their country of origin has dropped 80 percent under Barack Obama.
In 2008 there were 8,143 deportations. In 2013 there were 1,669.

According to the Los Angeles Times, this lack of border law enforcement is now an impetus to other minors seeking to come here illegally.

Even “nonborder states” feel the weight of it, and deportation from those states has dropped significantly too. “About 600 minors were ordered deported each year from nonborder states a decade ago. Ninety-five were deported last year.”

And the minors entering the country are not simply from Mexico, but also “from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.” The number of minors apprehended from these countries has increased from “fewer than 4,000” a year during the last decade, to “39,133 between last October and June 15.”

Officials in the Obama administration “deny that lenient policies… have encouraged the sudden surge” in illegal border crossings by minors.


  1. i think some good old aztec human sacrifices will fix things.

    barryboyobummer the destroyer has helped nobody but his cronies…. sadly those who get their news from the tv and racist groups will never see the truth

    • A few heads is less than stealing and killing of entire cultures. History will tell that The White Man was the worst ever..hence the term “White Devil.” Keep reading your Comic Books.

      • bigotry, racism, ignorance, and lies get a person no where

        delusions need attention .. a mental health check up appears to be in order

  2. DR…Obama has done a whole lot more on Immigration than Bush ever did…remember Bush was off practicing Imperialism so when would he have any time to work on a domestic problem. Deep down those who detest Obama secretly know that Obama has done more for them and their families than Bush ever did. You all need to start being more selective of your stories DR…serve the people as a whole and quit your picking of sides.

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