12 November 2016

Trump Policies Will Bade Farewell To All Illegals

Illegal aliens (the most appropriate term) who continue to siphon as much as they can during the administration of President Barrack Obama will have to watch out. Their days are numbered now that Donald Trump finally won the U.S. Presidential Election convincingly.

When he was campaigning for president, Trump repeatedly swore to remove millions of undocumented immigrants if elected president. Now, as president-elect, Trump has the opportunity to make good on at least some of these threats.

Trump has delineated a 10-point plan on immigration, the major theme being that he wants to put American citizens first. His proposed policies would affect worker visas for specialized, high-skilled professions who came to the US legally. The No. 1 priority, though, is to "begin working on an impenetrable physical wall on the southern border, on day one. Mexico will pay for the wall."

"We will build a great wall along the southern border," Trump reiterated recently in Arizona. "And Mexico will pay for the wall."

In response, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto declared (on Twitter — in Spanish): "I repeat what I told him personally, Mr. Trump, Mexico will never pay for a wall." Though it remains to be seen whether said wall will actually be built and who would bankroll it, it's been a primary sticking point for many of his core supporters.

Among his other proposals, he specifically guarantees an end to what he calls "President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties" — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA), both of which would exempt some immigrants from deportation.

And the current climate will most likely bolster Trump’s push to make it harder for any illegal aliens to live in this country. This June, in United States v. Texas, the Supreme Court left intact a lower court’s decision to block DAPA, which would have exempted from deportation 4 million undocumented immigrants who are parents of citizens and green card holders. After the Obama administration appealed the decision, the Supreme Court was divided 4-4.

Since there's a vacant seat on the Supreme Court, Trump will have a chance to nominate a justice who could continue his anti-immigration policies going forward.

The new president-elect also promises to double down on forcibly removing illegal aliens from the US. Trump wants to triple the number of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents who have the authority to identify and remove illegal aliens from the US.

In September, Trump hammered home his hardline stance on immigration and his commitment to mass deportation.

"There will be no amnesty," Trump said. "Our message to the world will be this: You cannot obtain legal status or become a citizen of the United States by illegally entering our country."

So what will happen to these vampiric-skilled immigrants? Gone for good, hopefully, before 2017 ends.

Give America back to Americans!