‘It’s Silence of the Lambs!’ Trump talks ‘new’ migrant crime category resulting from Biden border crisis

Former President Donald Trump unleashed this Saturday on the hordes of criminal illegal aliens crossing into the U.S. from the southern border.

Appearing at this year’s annual Conservative Political Action Conference, he railed against all the “migrant crime” being committed by them.

Listen:

“It’s migrant crime. It’s a new category of crime. And I wanted to call it Biden Migrant Crime, but it’s too long, so we just call it migrant crime. We have a new category: Migrant Crime,” he began.

“And it’s going to be more severe than violent crime and crime as we knew it, because we have millions and millions of people, and they came from prisons and jails. They came from mental institutions and insane asylums,” he added.

“No, they’re not the same. An insane asylum is a mental institution on steroids, OK? It’s ‘Silence of the Lambs,’ OK? You know that. Hannibal Lecter! They’re all being deposited into our country. And then you have terrorists, and then you have drugs, and then you have human traffickers, and they’re coming over at levels never seen before. We’ve never seen anything like this,” he concluded.

His remarks came days after a criminal illegal alien was named in the murder of Augusta University nursing student Laken Riley, 22, a woman whom the suspect reportedly didn’t even know.

“The killing of Laken Hope Riley, a junior on the dean’s list at Augusta University, appears to be a ‘crime of opportunity’ by ‘an individual who woke up with bad intentions,’ University of Georgia Police Chief Jeff Clark said at a Friday news conference,” according to CNN.

“Campus police said they are recommending charges against Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26, of Athens, including felony murder, false imprisonment, kidnapping, and concealing the death of another in Riley’s killing,” CNN reported Saturday.

Ibarra is a criminal illegal alien from Venezuela who was “released” into the U.S. after crossing over in Sept. 2022 “due to lack of detention space,” according to NewsNation’s Ali Bradley:

Riley’s murder sparked a massive backlash against the Biden administration for allowing Ibarra into the country.

“The blood of Laken Riley is on the hands of Joe Biden, Alejandro Mayorkas, and the government of Athens-Clarke County,” Georgia Rep. Mike Collins, a Republican, wrote on the social media platform X.

“The Venezuelan suspect in Laken Riley’s murder is one of millions of illegal aliens that the Biden administration has released into this country to be welcomed with open arms by Democrat-run sanctuary jurisdictions. This man had no business being in America, much less the UGA community to brutally murder this young American while she was on a run,” he added.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp also came at the Biden administration.

“Laken Riley’s tragic death struck the hearts of Georgians everywhere and has rightfully sparked national outrage,” he said in a statement.

“As I have said many times before: every state is now a border state because of Joe Biden’s inaction, and today I am again demanding answers and information from the Biden Administration that will help us protect our citizens when the federal government will not,” he added.

Georgia Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene meanwhile called for the death penalty to be applied against Ibarra.

And finally, Georgia Sen. President Pro Tem John Kennedy aimed fire at Athens, the city where Ibarra had lived, over its sanctuary city status.

He wrote that these policies “embolden criminals and endanger Georgians at the expense of the taxpayer.”

“Let me be clear, politicians that put their political agenda over public safety should keep Georgians awake at night. The stakes are too high, and tragedies like this senseless act of violence reaffirm that we cannot tolerate incompetence or willful negligence in our criminal justice system,” he added.

Vivek Saxena

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