A country that does not defend its borders is no country at all.
For eight years the United States was no country, thanks to the reckless policies of Barack Obama. In an effort to shuttle more pro-democrat people into our nation, he turned a blind eye to the millions of illegals who entered through Mexico.
Actually no, he didn’t just turn a blind eye. He openly worked to help illegal immigrants enter America and even passed laws to protect them.
This not only allowed violent criminals to enter our country, but harmed our economy and job market as millions of undocumented laborers took jobs and drove down wages. Not to mention the burden they placed on our public schools are health services, services for which they did not pay taxes.
The DREAMers program is shockingly unAmerican. It protects people from deportation, just because they entered while children.
I’m sorry, but do the laws of a country only apply for people of a certain age? Yet Obama protected illegals (and their parents) simply because they were young when they broke our laws.
This has created a virtual open door for more people to sneak into the U.S.; just have a baby with you and you’ll be fine!
I’m surprised there aren’t entire industries south of the border that churn out infants for prospective illegals. Why not? Obama decreed it so!
But it turns out, DREAMers might be a thing of the past, thanks to Jeff Sessions.
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) April 23, 2017
Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” when asked if people who were brought to the United States illegally as children dubbed DREAMers could “rest easy,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions said “everyone that enters the country unlawfully is subject to being deported…”
STEPHANOPOULOS: The president said to the Associated Press that the dreamers should rest easy. He’s not going after the dreamers. That’s his policy. Is it the policy of the Justice Department?
SESSIONS: Homeland Security has primary jurisdiction there. Their first and strongest priority, no doubt about it, is the criminal element that we have in our country that have come here illegally. They’re focusing primarily on that. There is no doubt The president has sympathy for young people brought here at early ages.
STEPHANOPOULOS: So they can rest easy?
SESSIONS: Well we’ll see. I believe that everyone that enters the country unlawfully is subject to being deported.
Much like the other terrible decisions Obama made, DREAMers is a Pandora’s Box that cannot be easily shut. Sessions himself admitted that the government cannot round up every illegal can deport them–there are far too many to do that.
Obama’s decisions have left a permanent mark on our country—who knows how many long years we will suffer because of them?
But that doesn’t mean that Homeland and the DoJ won’t work to deport those people who abused America’s kindness. President Trump does not want to be cruel to families and children, but laws are laws and we have to put our people first.
The first few DREAMers that faced deportation were by no means model citizens.
They had criminal backgrounds that brought them to the Justice Department’s attention. More will probably be deported, as DREAMers grow up and take advantage of America.
The reality is, everyone that wishes to enjoy the United States and her freedoms should be able to—legally. They must follow our laws and rules for entering our country.
Sneaking in, by any means, is an insult to every legal citizens and every immigrant that is working hard to do it the right way.
Sessions and our national security forces might be cleaning up the gang members right now, but DREAMEers that abuse our system will most likely be next.
It’s about time.