Unenviable status: AZ cities on “Extreme Poverty” list

June 30, 2016

John McCain & Jeff Flake remain committed to importing poverty

Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin

Four people sneak away from the U.S.-Mexico border fence after illegally crossing into the border town of Nogales, Ariz. (AP)

Number 2 on the list of American cities with pockets of extreme poverty, topped only by Fresno California, is what is widely regarded as the “Valley of the Sun” — Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ. It’s a good bet the Valley, including numerous affluent areas, would hardly leap to mind as showcasing extreme poverty. 24/7 Wall St. gleans its information from census records.

Listed as Number 6 is Tucson.

The border town of Nogales, Arizona, population 20,699, with a poverty rate of 35.2%, comes in at Number 3 on the list of Poorest Towns in Every State.

Forbes reports that the nation’s highest unemployment is in the border town of El Centro, California which has a whopping 19.6% jobless rate. Yuma, Arizona, another border town, comes in at Number 2 with 18.0% unemployment.

The ongoing influx of uneducated and unskilled illegal aliens and accompanying crime rates continues its choke-hold on American cites. Taxpaying citizens are footing the bill for the numerous benefits they receive in addition to health care, schooling for their children and the costly burdens on the criminal justice system.

John McCain, at age 80 is running for yet another 6-year-term. He’s a .longtime advocate for amnesty for illegals — working with the late Ted Kennedy, then Jon Kyl,  and most recently organizing the Gang of Eight — partnering with his junior seatmate, Jeff Flake. Marco Rubio, Lindsey Grahamesty and a far left Democrat contingent including Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, Michael Bennet and Robert Menendez were all part of the McCain/Flake scheme.

Watch these shocking news reports by WTHR Indiana revealing tax loopholes accessed by illegals that are costing Americans $ billions.

In the unlikely event  you’re able to get into one of McCain’s forums, where the audience is most often pre-selected by his handlers, it would be good to ask him why he’s intent on importing poverty. Simple question for a simple guy.

This editorial, “Sorry, But Illegal Aliens Cost the U.S. Plenty,” posted on Investor’s Business Daily is chock full of good information and includes intellectual pins to pop the untruthful bubbles that are floated by the left and McRINOs.

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