Firebrand Congressional Candidate Fighting Against ‘Global Malaise’ Migration

Mass Migra­tion Is The Root Cause Of Glob­al Malaise

Guest op-ed by Car­oli­na Ser­ra­no, can­di­date for Con­gress (NV-04)


My par­ents grew up in a tiny town called San Gil, nes­tled in the north­ern area of Colom­bia. We spent most fam­i­ly vaca­tions in this sleepy small town, notwith­stand­ing objec­tions from my sis­ter and myself since we found it “bor­ing” at the time. Only through time can we learn to appre­ci­ate what we once took for grant­ed. What I would­n’t give to be back on a park bench with my par­ents, eat­ing fresh­ly grilled corn while peo­ple watch­ing, enjoy­ing the warm night breeze on my face.

Today, the small town of San Gil has lost its inno­cence. The Venezue­lan migrant crises changed the quaint town. Qui­et nights at the park are gone; instead, the new scene involves crime and home­less­ness over­run­ning the town square and its sur­round­ings. It is a micro­cosm of America.

The Biden admin­is­tra­tion has a bla­tant dis­re­gard for human life. His open bor­der pol­i­cy is the human­i­tar­i­an cri­sis of our day and is THE unit­ing issue in our nation. Amer­i­cans don’t have to leave their door open and invite every­one into their home. We don’t have to sac­ri­fice our coun­try or con­tin­ue to put up with this.

I am run­ning for Con­gress because this coun­try deserves lead­ers who believe in Amer­i­ca and the peo­ple they claim to rep­re­sent. We’ve had enough of the roman­ti­ciz­ing of immi­gra­tion. Our bro­ken sys­tem rewards peo­ple who break our laws and pun­ish­es those who abide by it.

Uncon­trolled mass migra­tion caus­es seri­ous dis­rup­tions and insta­bil­i­ty. Cal­i­for­ni­a’s wealth inequal­i­ty today resem­bles that of El Sal­vador and Nicaragua. We in Neva­da can expect this trend to seep into our state. So long as our lead­ers con­tin­ue to ush­er in waves of migrants, you can rest assured cheap labor, tight hous­ing mar­kets, crum­bling infra­struc­ture, and over­all malaise will con­tin­ue to destroy our lives.

As Neva­da pre­pares to receive yet anoth­er wave of migrants, this time from Afghanistan, think of this. Think about the 9 tril­lion dol­lars of your mon­ey spent in oth­er coun­tries through war. Think of what that could’ve done for your com­mu­ni­ty, fam­i­ly, health­care sys­tem, roads, air­ports, and edu­ca­tion sys­tem. It mat­ters when Amer­i­ca receives migrants from coun­tries whose val­ues dif­fer sig­nif­i­cant­ly from ours. It mat­ters when new arrivals come from a coun­try where just about 40% of its peo­ple believe sui­cide bomb­ings are jus­ti­fied. Pre­pare for fur­ther dis­rup­tion in your life.

It is time for a broad coali­tion to form amongst all who, in dif­fer­ent ways, con­tin­ue to suf­fer under Amer­i­ca’s cor­rupt lead­er­ship. The pur­pose­ful undo­ing of Amer­i­can pros­per­i­ty hurts all of us. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, the work­ing and mid­dle class will car­ry the brunt of this bur­den. I hope you will join me in this fight. We all deserve bet­ter. Don’t be afraid to say it out loud.

Car­oli­na Ser­ra­no led the His­pan­ic out­reach effort for Pres­i­dent Don­ald J. Trump in Las Vegas and is now run­ning for US Con­gress in Nevada’s Fourth Con­gres­sion­al District. 

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Hun­gar­i­an Prime Min­is­ter Vik­tor Orbán asked Pope Fran­cis not to let Chris­tian­i­ty “per­ish” as he gave him a gift that chal­lenged the the Supreme Pontiff’s advo­ca­cy for mass immigration.
“At the meet­ing on Sun­day, accord­ing to state media, Orban even hand­ed the Pope a provoca­tive gift: A copy of a let­ter from a 13th-cen­tu­ry Hun­gar­i­an king to then-Pope Inno­cent IV, ask­ing for Rome’s help to defeat an onslaught of for­eign invaders — an appar­ent ref­er­ence to migrants in the 21st cen­tu­ry,” reports CBS News.
Bal­azs Orban, Deputy Min­is­ter for the Prime Minister’s Office described the his­tor­i­cal impor­tance of the let­ter on Twitter.
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