Anti-virus software founder McAfee John arrived in the U.S. on Wednesday night after being deported from Guatemala, where he attempted to avoid being questioning by police regarding the suspected murder of his neighbor in Belize.
One of the compelling things about the John McAfee saga is why he was deported from Guatemala. It had nothing to do with the fact he is a murder suspect.
McAfree was expelled from Guatemala because he entered their country illegally. It did not matter that he is wealthy. He simply was not allowed to purchase amnesty.
“McAfee entered the country illegally,” immigration service spokesman Fernando Lucero said. “Guatemala is expelling him. Since his country of origin is the United States, Guatemala is expelling him to the United States.
While I in no way am trivializing the unsolved murder of McAfee’s neighbor in Belize, for which he is apparently a suspect, I cannot help but to notice how committed to purging itself of illegals that the government of Guatemala is.
There was no outcry of lacking sympathy from the world community.
Here in the United States, I have always believe that we too ought to expel illegals who are caught by authorities, sending them back to their home countries.
It is an expensive understanding, but not one third of the price we pay for giving them, their families, children and children’s children entitlements.
Guatemala set a great example for liberal/progressive officials in the US..: Enforce the rule of law.