‘I just can’t grasp having the kind of mindset it takes to completely ignore such violent and heinous acts, especially against children…’
(Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) In 2018, more than 200 illegal aliens committed nearly 750 acts of child rape or child sexual assault in North Carolina.
But politicians and media outlets in the state have decided to ignore the problem, bowing to the left’s demand: accept and tolerate immigrants, even those who break America’s laws and dehumanize America’s children.
North Carolinians for Immigration Reform and Enforcement compiles monthly reports that document sexual crimes against children committed by illegal aliens.
NCFIRE President James Johnson sends the reports to North Carolinians who can help solve the problem or at least bring public attention to it.
“And what was the response from our elected leaders in Raleigh who receive our monthly child rape reports?” Johnson wrote in a press release. “Amazingly … crickets. How about the 315-plus separate media outlets in N.C. who also receive these monthly reports? That’s right … the same crickets.”
In NCFIRE’s December report, authorities arrested 20 illegal aliens on 52 charges related to child sexual assault.
In one case last month, a Pitt County man was “charged with taking indecent liberties with a 6-year-old girl,” WCTI12 reported.
Another illegal alien from Durham County faces 10 charges after Orange County Police arrested him on Dec. 19, WCHL reported.
Roger Rene Diaz–Castellano is accused of kidnapping, taking indecent liberties with a child, and statutory sex offenses.
Wake County Police arrested an illegal immigrant from Raleigh, Miguel Angel Tapia–Martinez, on counts of indecent liberties with a child, second degree forcible rape, and attempted second degree forcible rape.
The list of young victims continues to grow—215 illegal aliens were charged this year, up from 208 in 2017.
NCFIRE has tracked the criminal activity of illegal aliens since 2009, but nothing has changed, since politicians and media companies continue to pretend that the problem does not exist.
“I just can’t grasp having the kind of mindset it takes to completely ignore such violent and heinous acts, especially against children,” Johnson wrote.