President Donald Trump is serious about every promise that he made on the campaign trail. Some of his attempts failed, such as revoking the disaster commonly called Obamacare (at least he tried to keep his word) some of his efforts have been huge wins, such as seeing the U.S. free of the economy-killing Paris Accord.
Now the Gateway Pundit is showing that the U.S. State Department “won’t issue some visas in four nations in a deportation crackdown.” At some point, no matter how the left protests, the doors to illegal migration has to be forever shut. The reason for the crackdown on Cambodia, Eritrea, Guinea, and Sierra Leone is that they are countries that “are not taking back their citizens the United States wants to deport.”
Those needing to be deported are nationals of these nations who are expecting the U.S. to pay for them when they broke into the country.
How many of our citizens do they support? As that is pondered and the answer becomes clear, why are we expected to do so for them?
Trump sees no reason for it to happen and that is why he is working on not only halting visas to these four responsibility-shirking nations, but he is getting more serious about the “Trump Wall” also, as KVOA News reports.
Thankfully, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has agreed “to waive certain laws, regulations and other legal requirements to ensure the expeditious construction near Calexico, California.”
Many of the laws are illegal and overly restrictive anyhow.
“This current waiver covers certain border infrastructure projects in the United States Border Patrol’s El Centro Sector, a critical sector for border security,” the Department has said.
America has got to get a handle on not only the Mexican border but all forms of illegal travel and freeloading. The U.S. has a big beautiful door but if people keep hopping the fence, as four nations have found out, we can shut that wondrous door, too.