By Mark Krikorian on July 24, 2017/

National Review Online, July 24, 2017

In the wake of the death of 10 illegal aliens Sunday in a truck trailer in San Antonio, enforcement opponents were quick to assign blame. The League of United Latin American Citizens e-mailed a statement within hours calling for amnesty as the way to avoid such tragedies: "It also underscores the urgent need for a comprehensive solution to our country's broken immigration system." Rep. Joaquin Castro said "This represents a symptom of a broken immigration system that Congress, of which I am a part, has had the chance to fix but has not." Similarly, ThinkProgress wrote that "Once Trump's border wall is built, more tragic deaths like this could happen."

And they're right.