On June 16th Trump announced his 2016 candidacy for the 45th presidency and made border security and illegal alien criminals the focus of his campaign. 16 days before on June 1st (as if paving the way for Trump) Ann Coulter's brilliant and controversial book (her best) on illegals "Adios, America" was published (see). Then on July 1st, 16 days after Trump's announcement, Francisco Sanchez, a 45 year old multiple deportee felon from Mexico, shot and killed 32* year old beautiful Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier as she was walking with her father and a friend (see). Oddly, Sanchez was 16 days into his 3rd month of his legal but wrongful release from a San Francisco jail because of the city's dangerous sanctuary laws (see). The date of his release April 15th, was the second anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing. This is just one of many ominius signs that Moslem terrorists like the bloodthirsty Tsarnaev boys, or ISIS agents, are crossing into our country from Mexico for the purpose of massively killing and wounding innocent Americans (see). The first and most compelling sign of a mass casualty terror attack originating from Mexico was the killing of 9/11 child Christina Taylor Green in the Tucson Massacre which I wrote about here.
Before Barack Obama became president we had border security chaos and much illegal alien crime. But since the start of his thinly disguised open borders presidency the crime problem of illegals has gotten progressively worse for the victimized American people who are now being aroused by Donald Trump's brash presidential candidacy. Just look at these statistics from the border state of Texas and shudder:
"Since 2008," says former governor Rick Perry " 203,000 illegal immigrants have been put in Texas' jails, and those illegals have been responsible for 3000 murders and 8000 sexual assaults." Perry also warns that since 2008 "a record number of illegals from Syria, Pakistan and Afghanistan have been apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border (see)." If these stats don't alarm you nothing will.
Now I'm no fan of Donald Trump's. Since he announced his candidacy for 2016 the only thing I liked about him were his Miss America Pageants. But that has changed. Though he's currently tied with Jeb Bush in the polls Trump won't be the GOP nominee for president because he's not a serious candidate. But it appears to me, as it should to you, that in the firestorm Trump's unleashed over the crisis of criminal illegal aliens killing, raping and assaulting our citizens that The Donald is doing the work of Providence. Why do I say this? Because of the extraordinary timing of June 16th when Trump announced his candidacy, and the meaningful coincident events just prior to and shortly after that date. This is what I mean, and it's fascinating:
*32 is a multiple of 16 2x.
But here is where it gets really profound. When on June 16th Trump launched his bid for the White House little did he or anyone know that 8* years earlier in 2007-to that very date of June 16-the House of Representatives passed an amendment to a Homeland Security spending bill for the withholding of federal emergency services funds from all the 200+ sanctuary cities (see).
*8 is a factor of 16 2x.
The bipartisan amendment (voted for by 50 Democrats) was sponsored by anti-illegal alien hardliner Tom Tancredo; but to date it hasn't been passed by the Senate. This needs to be done ASAP so (for the safety and security of our citizens) we can get the ball rolling in putting the nation's sanctuary cities out of the sanctuary business. If Trump doesn't know about Tancredo's amendment hopefully he will soon learn of it and call on the Republican led Senate to pass it. And hopefully, God willing, we get a Republican in the White House in 2016 who will sign legislation banning sanctuary cities forever.
As the number 16 recurs in this piece could it be a numerical sign pointing to the 16th year of the 21st century? A sign that Trump's candidacy prefigures that border security and illegal alien crime and terrorism coming from Mexico will become the dominant issue of the 2016 election? We shall see.