Photo Credit:Read me too –>;https://www.youngcons.com/one-map-about-the-u-s-border-walls-tells-you-all-you-need-to-know/ Mexico wants to seal it’s southern border as well. But that’s not racist? No because walls aren’t racist they are logical and democrats have always agreed with walls as well until Donald Trump came along and campaigned on it.
“Build the wall” has become a trademark of what Trump supporters hope to be President Trump’s legacy. This phrase means more than just a wall between the US and Mexico to us, but it means secure borders, safety and the rule of law restored. However, to the left, this means proof that Trump supporters and anyone that even utters such support for such a border wall is a racist.
This was not always the leftists ideology. As a matter of fact, it only became their ideology once Donald J. Trump spoke in support of a southern border wall.
Bill Clinton and Obama talk immigration and sound just like President Trump
President Obama says in this video that these actions are the same actions that every democratic and republican president before him, has taken in order to improve our immigration system. He also says that for anyone that questions his authority as president, to take these actions, should pass a bill.
This just proves that the backlash that President Trump has had from the media, Congress and District Courts on his immigration policies in general, has been FAKE OUTRAGE, designed to turn the public against him.
When will they all finally see this?
President Clinton Already Started Building a Southern Border Wall
President Bill Clinton was in favor of harsh immigration policies and even built barriers between the US and Mexico border during his presidency.
Hillary Clinton has also historically voted for a wall, has spoken in favor and admits to voting for a wall. During her husband’s administration, President Bill Clinton started Operations Safeguard and Hold the Line in 1993 which included the construction of 325 miles of a border wall/fence that is 20 feet tall in some areas.
Here is a compilation of Hillary admitting she wants a wall and even voted for it as a senator as well as admitting other top democrats she knows that voted for it as well.
President Obama was in favor of building physical barriers at the US/Mexico border during his presidency and according to the video above, Hillary Clinton claims that she knows, that while he was a senator, he also voted in favor of building physical barriers, better known as walls or fencing. (Wall would obviously work the best so do it right the first time, or we now have to go back and fix it.)
“The bill before us will certainly do some good,” Obama said on the Senate floor in October 2006. He praised the legislation, saying it would provide “better fences and better security along our borders” and would “help stem some of the tide of illegal immigration in this country.”
President Obama was called the Deporter in Chief, but was he really? That’s only half truth, because all news these days is half truths and that’s where fake news is born.
This article from the Migration Policy Institute explains exactly why that is only a half truth. President Obama has the highest removals, but that’s not all the numbers. When you add all the numbers, removals plus returns, President Obama’s Administration was about 50% less strict about their immigration policy than President Bush or President Clinton’s.
- Removal: The compulsory movement of a noncitizen out of the United States based on a formal order of removal.
- Return: The movement of a noncitizen out of the United States based on permission to withdraw their application for admission at the border or an order of voluntary departure
- Deportation: A general, nontechnical term describing the movement of a noncitizen out of the United States through either a formal removal or a return.
- Apprehension: An action by immigration enforcement officers to take physical custody of a noncitizen.
The Obama Administration has the most removals of all the other presidents, that is true, however total deportations is about 50% less than the previous other administrations. The total apprehensions is also about 50% less than the previous administrations. Which to me suggests that Obama may have been the Illegal Removal in Chief, but as for total Deportations, and Apprehensions, he falls short.
The lower number of border apprehensions during The Obama Administration suggests a number of concerns. It may have a lot to do with depletion of resources, technology and staffing issues for our border control security. Which after President Trump took office he laid out a plan in an executive order to hire more border security officers and ICE. His original plan may be a little too ambitious for now, but he seems to be committed to the cause.
Source: Migration Policy Institute
On the table it shows that the Obama Administration did in fact start out very tough on removals and stay consistent on them over the course of both terms. However, returns started out very strict and then fizzled out by his second term. He has the most removals, but his returns are only about 20% of the totals of his two predecessors.
So how does the Trump Administration compare to the numbers on the table above? Well those numbers for 2017 are not in yet of course, but we know one of the most important items on the Trump agenda is border security and immigration enforcement. I hope to see more immigration reform legislation soon as well. (Kate’s Law passed -amends the Immigration and Nationality Act to revise provisions relating to the reentry of removed aliens.)
The big controversy in the news at the moment is whether or not President Trump will extend DACA or not. If he does he will most likely anger his base and give his haters ammunition to say he’s a liar. Which is just ignorant, because he’s allowed to change his mind, and his haters should want that, since most of them want to see DACA preserved. They tend to find fault with everything that this administration does even when they agree.
I personally won’t be all that mad if the president extends DACA. I have a lot of compassion for people that came here when they were young and not by their own choice. I however think that the program is flawed and should be revised. I also think these people should have a path to citizenship, (and not quite sure why they aren’t trying to become legal.) But I am a firm believer in not giving “special treatment” to anyone or any group of people. (The immigrants that came here LEGALLY, need NOT be disrespected for doing so.)
Hillary Clinton’s thoughts on Illegal Immigration and Children that make it over the border illegally should not get to stay
At a televised town hall event with CNN, Hillary Clinton was forced to make a statement on the surge of unaccompanied minors crossing the border illegally. She tried to dodge the question, but Christiane Amanpour was surprisingly insistent which elicited this response from her.
The other big item on the bill for this month is whether or not the budget will be passed with money to start the “big beautiful border wall.” Even if it doesn’t, there are already prototypes being built and bids being made, so one may not worry, because this wall will happen!
As far as I am concerned, I don’t mind who pays for it, whether it be Mexico, my taxes or whatever. I would just as soon start a gofundme account to start building it, (which has been done by many others already.) If everyone in the country gave just one dollar we would have more than enough money to build it and maintain it for several years.
I would be willing to pay my share for the wall yearly, to keep it big and beautiful and I know many others just like me that feel the same way. I am a true believer in this wall. I’ve seen the interviews from folks that live along the border and what they have to deal with. They do not want strangers lurking in their backyard at night as they sneak into the country, as I wouldn’t want that either.
‘Hannity’s’ exclusive ride-along with Border Patrol
Border Security with Judge Jeanine
It seems that President Trump’s tough talk on border security has had quite the effect on the amount of illegal immigrants trying to cross through our southern border. I’ve seen percentages from 50-70% drop in illegal border crossing attempts. According to BBC back in April that number was at a 17 year low. So in some ways President Trump IS THE WALL.
(I tend to believe BBC more than American news networks because they are less likely of printing fake news for the purpose of their own agenda. Whether that agenda be a negative or positive one.)
Those that argue that the wall isn’t necessary or it’s racist aren’t thinking of the big picture. If it’s in our power to cut down on crime, drugs, and human trafficking, we should do everything in our power to do it. By doing so we are saving lives. We are saving people from gangs, drugs and other crimes that are committed by illegal immigrants. Unlike the crime that is already in our country, this is a chance to have some sort of control over possible future crime. (That is not a racist statement, it’s true. More CRIMINALS come here ILLEGALLY, because HONEST people DON’T usually knowingly break the law, they go through LEGAL immigration.)
This doesn’t mean a wall will solve all of these problems, but it will surely not make them worse and will eventually help. There will always be ways to get around it, fly over it or whatever, but not everyone will have that capability, so it will stop many. You can not put a price on saving a life.
Hopefully at some point the lefties will be able to get passed their epic election loss, pop their Trump Hysteria Syndrome Bubbles that they have created as a “safe space,” and be able to give credit where it’s due.
I long for the day they all realize how amazing our president really is and how much he actually cares about the people of this country.
I long for the day they all realize that news is bias on both sides, that media will deceive for ratings, clicks and because they have their own agendas. They have lost integrity of reporting truth and do not care that their actions have consequences. They are continuing to divide the country further, and are the root of the problem, it is not the president. He is not the one destroying the country, he is trying desperately to hold us all together, and only receives resistance every step of the way.
I long for the day that President Trump is given the benefit of the doubt, by all, instead of jumping to the worst conclusion about him and when the double standards will finally stop. But I won’t hold my breath.
I am ashamed: of how my fellow country men and women have rioted in the streets, burned our flag, committed acts of violence against each other, shut down each other’s freedoms, tore down our history, because they are too ashamed to face it, uttered hateful racist things about each other, and disrespected our president in ways I never even imagined. I pray that our country will heal and our people will find common ground and stop the hate.
We are a country of laws, so people need to start following them!
FACT CHECK: Bill Clinton built a 325-mile border fence in 1993, and Hillary fully supported it
Example Of How Obama’s DACA Can Hurt Your Kid
Written by Dennis Michael Lynch
Normal people. We all have one thing in common. We all love our kids.
Life isn’t fair, and we all have our mountains to climb. It is not your fault you were born in America, you should not feel guilty about it. Nor should you compromise your dreams and the dreams of your family because somebody else’s parents broke our immigration laws. DACA is a program that hurts American workers, and American kids. It is amnesty.
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Trump: ‘A Lot Of Love’ In Texas
Written by DML
The Alt-left, the mainstream media, and most liberal lawmakers will have you believe that President Donald J. Trump is a racist. The question is, why?
He’s tough on immigration because he understands the pitfalls, costs, and dangers of mass immigration both legal and illegal. He’s tough because he believes in the rule of law. But make no mistake, he is not tough on immigration because he hates immigrants.
Whether it’s the debate over the border wall, or him calling out all sides for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, the media uses the same push back…. he’s a racist. Meanwhile, he has never said anything that is racist. He has never looked down on another race and claimed they are less than he is as a white man.