Black American from Gang-Besieged Baltimore: 'Where Can I Get Asylum?'

As the White House plans to spend billions of taxpayer funds to take
care of illegal immigrant children who are unlawfully entering the
country, some black Americans who live in some of the most dangerous
neighborhoods are wondering where they and their children can get
refugee status and aid.,
Elaine, a black woman from Baltimore, expressed her outrage that
President Barack Obama is putting the interests of illegal immigrant
children above those of American citizens. Though the number of illegal
immigrant children unlawfully entering the country has spiked since
Obama unilaterally enacted his temporary amnesty program in 2012, the
White House has said the primary cause of the border crisis is the
rampant gang violence in Central America.

"I'm living a nightmare. My whole neighborhood is so violent. There's
so much crime," she said. "I have gangs everywhere here in Baltimore! I
can't let my daughter ride her bicycle outside – I can't do anything,
Laura! I'm trapped here."

Elaine told Ingraham that she listens to House Minority Leader Nancy
Pelosi (D-CA) and Obama and feels that "nobody is saying a word" while
spending billions of dollars taking care of foreigners who are
unlawfully in the country.

"Well, what about my neighborhood? You don't have to do it in Beverly
Hills, but in the inner cities where we are suffering," she said. "My
children cannot play outside. I cannot take my trash out without locking
the door – it's awful. Who is going to give us anything? Where can I
get asylum? Where can I get refugee status? I don't know what I can do.
Nobody cares what happens to my children."

The unemployment rate for black Americans is nearly double that of
whites, and the amnesty legislation favored by Obama and the bipartisan
permanent political class would hurt black Americans the most by
flooding the labor market with more cheap labor.

That is why Civil Rights Commissioner Peter Kirsanow
the Congressional Black Caucus to urge them to vote against amnesty
bills that would make it more difficult for black Americans to enter the
middle class.

"Giving amnesty to illegal immigrants would only exacerbate this
problem facing low-skilled men, who are disproportionately
African-American," Kirsanow concluded.