Biden Policy Blamed for Texas Girl’s Tragic Death by Illegal Immigrants

In yet another devastating consequence of the Biden administration’s open-door immigration policies, the tragic case of 12-year-old Jocelyn Nungaray in Harris County, Texas, has left the community reeling. Democratic District Attorney Kim Ogg has chosen to point fingers at the “broken” immigration system after two Venezuelan illegal immigrants allegedly raped and murdered the young girl. One can’t help but wonder if those pointing fingers at Washington should perhaps start by looking in the mirror.

The story defies belief. Johan Jose Martinez-Rangel and Franklin Jose Peña Ramos, two criminals from Venezuela, were allegedly allowed to waltz into the country after being caught at the border near El Paso this spring. And guess what the federal government’s great plan was? To release them with nothing more than a slap on the wrist and an ankle monitor, which, unsurprisingly, one of these monsters promptly removed. When the stakes are this high, who in their right mind thinks an ankle monitor is adequate security?

Kim Ogg expressed frustration that these men had been released rather than deported immediately. The DA, echoing the Biden administration, lamented the federal government’s handling of illegal immigrants, pushing the narrative of a “broken system.” But as the DA of Houston, a sanctuary city where illegal immigrants are offered shelter, perhaps she ought to save some of that blame for local policies that encourage rather than discourage illegal immigration.

Sanctuary cities like Houston, where promises of protection override the need for law and order, create environments where the likes of Martinez-Rangel and Peña Ramos can thrive. Even as violent crime perpetuated by illegal immigrants increases, Democrats continue to support sanctuary city policies, prioritizing political correctness over the safety of American citizens. The case of Jocelyn Nungaray is a tragic testament to the fatal flaws of these policies.

State Rep. Briscoe Cain didn’t mince words, placing responsibility squarely on the Biden administration and local Democratic leaders like Ogg. Harris County, under their watch, has become a safe haven for criminals. Cain urged voters to remember this when they head to the polls in November, resonating a verdict that Republicans will likely take to heart: Secure the borders or brace for more blood on the streets.

In the coming trial, Martinez-Rangel and Peña Ramos face charges of capital murder, with a $10 million bond each. If convicted, the heinous nature of this crime could make them eligible for the death penalty. But beyond the courtroom, the broader message from this sickening case is clear: American citizens deserve leaders who prioritize their safety over appeasing illegal immigrants and their advocates. Until then, remember that every vote counts, and in November, Texas voters will have the opportunity to make their voices heard.

Written by Staff Reports

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