Janet Napolitano announces that 28,468,855 Mexicans are untrustworthy

by editor on December 15, 2010

Janet Napolitano’s been busy lately – very busy – conducting personal interviews with every Mexicans citizen. And when she was done, she proudly announced that 84,000,000 of them are trustworthy enough to be given special “trusted traveler” status, allowing them to breeze through American airports with virtually no security checks.

What the Secretary of Homeland Security didn’t mention was that the total population of Mexico is 112,468,855 which means that she considers 28,468,855 Mexican citizens untrustworthy. That’s 28.3% of the nation’s population.

Be very careful here, Ms.Napolitano. You’re treading dangerously close to profiling.

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Junk? We don't need to feel your stinkin' junk.

JudicialWatch.org has the derogatory details:

As violent drug cartels take over Mexico and expand their criminal enterprises north, the United States has signed a “trusted traveler” agreement that allows pre-screened Mexican airline passengers to bypass lengthy airport security checkpoints.

The foreigners will get “trusted traveler cards” with fingerprints and other biometric data and they must answer customs declarations questions on touch-screen kiosks before leaving airport inspection areas. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano claims it’s a way to enhance information sharing and mutual security in the face of “ever-evolving, multinational threats.”

About 84 million Mexicans are expected to qualify for the trusted traveler program, according to Mexico’s Interior Ministry Secretary, who signed the agreement on behalf of his country this week. Celebrating the festive occasion, the Mexican government official assured that the new accord will facilitate the U.S. entry of business travelers and tourists who are key factors in economic development, growth of trade and cultural exchange.

Mexicans will get the perk through the U.S. government’s Global Entry Program, which allows participants to obtain security clearance by presenting a “machine-readable” passport or resident card at airport “Global Entry kiosks.”

The machines issue the foreign travelers a transaction receipt and directions to baggage claim and the exit into the United States. Applying is easy. Candidates fill out an online application, provide valid identification and answer a few questions from a Customs and Border Protection officer.

We have one simple question about this new policy:

Why are 75% of all Mexicans considered trustworthy enough to breeze through customs and security, but 99.99% of all Americans are considered so untrustworthy that they have to get their junk touched just to get on an airplane?

Source: JudicialWatch.org

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Charles Strasburger December 15, 2010 at 12:58 pm

Its very simple….we are not “undocumented democrats”! Cannot imagine why no one understands…..

This whole administration needs to be impeached…and better, imprisoned for nothing short of treason….and make no mistake, this is treason. Everything they do is unconstitutional, even today by the Senate sending this illegal tax bill, so by definition, its treason.

Sonny Palermo December 15, 2010 at 10:23 am

Visas??!! We don’t need no stinkin visas!

tami December 15, 2010 at 8:06 am

Are you f’cking kidding me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m natural born without so much as a speeding ticket on my record (well there was a parking ticket back in 1992) and I don’t get this treatment. Being a natural born white American just doesn’t have the perks it used to have.

YT December 15, 2010 at 7:14 am

Because that 75% are smugling good central american weed to the democrat elite.

That shitty ditch weed they bring in trucks is for the little people.