Ghastly Atrocity Committed by Illegal MS-13 Gangster Migrants Welcomed by Biden

The bewildering warm welcome that President Joe “No Border” Biden and his administration extended to illegal immigrants produced yet another outrageous atrocity.

Five migrant members of the viciously evil MS-13 gang murdered a 15-year-old kid and dumped his corpse in a public park in Maryland.

Foreign Murders Slaughtering Kids on US Soil

The apparent far-left plan to terrorize Americans into submission seems to be working.

This was exemplified by the case of five MS-13 gangsters who killed a 15-year-old boy. They did this after getting released in the US interior by federal agents, Breitbart News reports.

The five foreign nationals who are in the US illegally – 21-year-old Alexis Lopez, 23-year-old Jose Lopez, 20-year-old Ismael Canales, 27-year-old Elmer Reyes, and 29-year-old Ismael Lopez – have been charged with first-degree murder.

That charge is over the homicide of Limber Funez in Frederick County, Maryland. Funez disappeared in February. Then, in April, the local police found what remained of his body in Frederick’s Gambrill State Park.

“Thank You, Joe! Love, MS-13 Gang”

At least two of the five gangsters are confirmed members of the horrifying MS-13 gang. This is according to the county sheriff’s department and ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement).

The report emphasizes that MS-13 has been funneling its gangsters to the US through the “pipeline” of the Biden administration’s Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) program.

In a new development in the murder case, a sixth man, also an MS-13 gangster, Jose Arrue-Paniagua, has just been busted. He has also been charged with attempted murder.

Breitbart stresses the Funez killing is very similar to the outrageous murder of Kayla Hamilton, 20, also in Maryland, by an illegal immigrant and MS-13 gang member in July 2022.

The gangster was set loose in Maryland. This happened under an adult sponsor program of Biden’s Health and Human Services Department.

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.