Recent weeks have shaken the confidence of Trump supporters, when word reach Americans that the President was caving on DACA. But a new report has been revealed, suggesting that the administration has some seriously tough plans in store to battle illegal immigration.
We’ve discussed the issue of illegal immigration quite a bit. It weakens our economy and jobs market, creates a burden on tax-funded programs, and worst of all, allows rapists, murderers, and drug runners into our country. The only reason it’s still such a huge problem is because democrats want illegals, hoping they’ll vote for them.
President Trump made stemming the tide of illegals a top priority. Democrats are pushing back against the promised wall and turning entire states into sanctuaries for criminals. But a new report has emerged, showing just how serious the administration is about to get on illegals.
From The Washington Times:
Determined to finally solve illegal immigration, the White House submitted a 70-point enforcement plan to Congress Sunday proposing the stiffest reforms ever offered by an administration — including a massive rewrite of the law in order to eliminate loopholes illegal immigrants have exploited to gain a foothold in the U.S.
The plans, seen by The Washington Times, include President Trump’s calls for a border wall, more deportation agents, a crackdown on sanctuary cities and stricter limits to chain migration — all issues the White House says need to be part of any bill Congress passes to legalize illegal immigrant “Dreamers” currently protected by the Obama-era deportation amnesty known as DACA.
But the plans break serious new ground on the legal front, giving federal agents more leeway to deny illegal immigrants at the border, to arrest and hold them when they’re spotted in the interior, and to deport them more speedily. The goal, the White House said, is to ensure major changes to border security, interior enforcement and the legal immigration system…
All told, the list includes 27 different suggestions on border security, 39 improvements to interior enforcement and four major changes to the legal immigration system.
Some of the proposals, suggested by members of DOJ, State, and DHS include raising asylum standards, ending Unaccompanied Alien Children policy, confronting expired visas, and empowering local and state authorities to apprehend illegals.
The new measures would make it almost impossible for illegals to exploit the U.S.A. Border patrol agents and ICE would have effective strategies for catching and deporting illegals. Internal agencies would be able to quickly root out illegals in the country and have a streamlined process for deportation.
But don’t be surprised to hear about democrat resistance. Even though many of the measures were supported by them in 2013, today this losing party will do everything they can to prevent Trump from succeeding. Even if that means destroying their hopes for DACA.
Stay tuned for more updates, as they come in.
Source: Washington Times