The fake news referred to the illegal immigrants as Guatemalans who are subject to ICE detainers.

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The fake news recently issued reports containing many inaccuracies and misleading rhetoric about illegal immigrants from Honduras who were recently charged with rape, child molestation, false imprisonment, and sexual battery in the state of Georgia.

One report from the Marietta Daily Journal noted that accused perpetrator Baudilio Salomon Diaz Ambrocio, 17, was charged with one count rape, another count of aggravated child molestation, and another count of aggravated sexual battery. He was arrested on July 3 and is being detained in a Cobb County jail awaiting trial.

What they failed to mention is that Ambrocio is an illegal immigrant, the type of person who is commonly referred to as a DREAMer by globalists who want to flood the U.S. border with the refuse of the third-world.

The report referred to Ambrocio as a “Marietta teen” who is “the subject of an ICE detainer” due to being “born overseas in Guatemala.” This is patently false as Guatemala is located south of Mexico, not overseas.

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He reportedly abused a 7-year-old girl while her parents were not home. She was so badly injured following the incident that she required hospitalization and surgery afterward.

This was not the only Guatemalan who was arrested recently by Marietta law enforcement and charged with child sex crimes. Cesar Agusto Chavez-Niz, 20, is another Guatemalan illegal immigrant who allegedly molested a 12-year-old girl on Independence Day.

“I tried going through the back window of my house because the door was locked and my mom had the keys,” the girl said to Channel 2 Action News. “He grabbed me and he was forcing me to kiss him.”

Chavez is currently being held in Cobb County jail on a $35,000 bond after allegedly stalking the 12-year-old girl, grabbing at her, and pinning her against a vehicle as he attempted to force himself onto her. He is facing six felony charges of false imprisonment and child molestation.

Once again, the Daily Journal refused to call the suspected Guatemalan offender an illegal immigrant. They only mentioned Chavez was “subject to a detainer by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement” and this was “the second recent child molestation case in Marietta.”

As more like Ambrocio and Chavez are caravanned up through the porous U.S. southern border with aid from NGOs funded by leftist billionaires like George Soros, the heinous crimes of the third-world will inevitably spill over into the U.S. With the fake news publishing spin to keep the public mislead about this crisis, it makes the national emergency even more difficult to stop.