For many years we’ve seen Mexican citizens crossing the borders into America to work as low-wage laborers.
Since Mexico offers little in the way of work for unskilled laborers, America is the obvious choice for these poor people to come to for a way to earn a living, even if it is illegal.
Americans are not heartless, and we don’t want to see anyone starve or be forced to live in poverty. But the generosity of America’s tax payers only goes so far when it has no limits, especially for the very large number of those crossing into America without permission who may end up on our welfare rolls.
Dealing with such a burgeoning problem will require some strident measures.
From the Conservative Tribune:
The architect of Arizona’s SB 1070, considered by many the strictest anti-illegal-immigration law passed in recent history, has been tapped to provide consultation to President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team, and both illegal immigrants and their liberal supporters were horrified.
“I’m a member of the immigration policy transition team, and there’s going to be a lot to do there, in part because Mr. Trump and Mr. Obama are diametrical opposites when it comes to immigration policy, so there will be a lot of changes,” Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach told Wichita news station KWCH last week.
This was horrifying news for illegal immigrants but a breath of fresh air for die-hard patriots who believed in national sovereignty and rule of law.
Mr. Kobach is seen as an extremist, by liberals, in his views on opposing amnesty and supporting restrictive immigration laws:
As an immigration hardliner, Kobach reportedly has no patience for deferred deportations and/or amnesty.
According to The Washington Post, “He has helped shepherd dozens of restrictive (illegal) immigration measures at the state and local levels across the country and is known for his affiliation with the Immigration Reform Law Institute.”
Moreover, he has opposed all efforts to hand illegal immigrants amnesty and reportedly played a role in the lawsuits filed years ago challenging President Barack Obama’s executive action on illegal immigration.
We’ve seen how President Obama’s unrestricted immigration policy has resulted in waves of impoverished, diseased and even dangerous criminal foreigners crossing our borders unhindered and heading straight for the nearest welfare office to apply for benefits.
There is a limit to how much welfare debt American tax payers can assume and we believe we are quickly approaching it if we haven’t passed it already!
Source: Conservative Tribune