Detainment & Deportation
We need to address the issue of detainment and deportation as it correlates with illegal immigration. President Trump was not the first one to implement the “No Tolerance Policy.” According to the Political Insider, President Obama did it first and his policies were far worse than any other as he kept children separated from their (so-called) families by holding them in cages.
MSNBS reportedly, did the story “accidentally,” that showed children in cages. This policy of “caging illegals,” was instituted in 2014 by President Obama. These children were being detained for safety reasons in the event they were being brought over by illegal means by illegal aliens, not their parents, which DNA has shown to be the case. Unfortunately, the president had them held in cages – more unfortunate than that, President Trump got the blame when MSNBS reported on this.
I think each president has shown interest in deporting illegal aliens. During The Great Depression, President Herbert Hoover deported over one million illegal aliens to make room for jobs for American Citizens. President Harry Truman, also deported illegal aliens for the same reason after World War, II. President Dwight Eisenhower followed their lead in 1954 by removing several Mexican Nationals in what he named, “Operation Wetback.”
However, what we don’t hear much about is that between 2009-2015 President Obama deported over 2 ½ million illegal aliens; more than any other president to date. According to ABC News, in 2015 alone, more than 91% of those deported were previously convicted of a crime and there lies the crux of the matter with illegal immigration.
According to ICE, more criminal illegals cross the southern border than we realize. These criminals include people involved with “trafficking, financial crimes, and felony manslaughter (in one, a deportee killed another man in a parking lot).”
Reportedly, in 2017, ICE deported upwards of around 5,500 known suspects of gang members and 45 known or suspected terrorist. In 2018, there were about 6,000 known gang members and 42 suspected or known terrorist removed and deported by ICE.
During Obama’s administration, Homeland Security’s reported, “U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement estimated there were 1.9 million ‘removable criminal aliens’ in the United States at the time. The 1.9 million total included immigrants here legally and illegally.”
When President Trump won in 2016, he claimed there were 2-3 million illegal aliens in the country and he used his findings based on Homeland Security’s current reports. As a result, the president broadened his scope of priority deportation to include those charged with criminal offenses, even if they were not convicted, yet. He did this by Executive Order.
America cannot support the influx of these illegal aliens. We have our own people we need to look after. “Clean up your own backyard first before cleaning someone else’s,” is a very accurate philosophy that Americans should adhere to.
As a Real People’s Candidate, I totally emphasize with their situation, but we must, as a nation, get ourselves back on track, regain control of our nation’s financial resources, and stop giving away what’s meant for us to people who, as the Obama Administration pointed out, are primarily criminals.
I’ve managed to uncover some of these statistics that I want to share:
“$11 to $22 billion is spent on welfare to illegal aliens each year by state government agencies.
Illegal households only pay about one-third the amount of federal taxes that non-illegal households pay.
Illegal households create a net fiscal deficit at the federal level of more than $10 billion a year. If given amnesty, this number could grow to more than $29 billion.
$1.9 billion dollars a year is spent on food-assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC and free school lunches for illegal aliens.
$1.6 billion is spent on the federal prison and court system for illegal aliens.
$2.5 billion dollars a year is spent on Medicaid for illegal aliens.
About 21 percent of the population of U.S. prisons is classified as ‘non-citizens’ from Mexico, Colombia, Cuba and the Dominican Republic. About 5 percent is listed as ‘unknown.’
Immigration costs like all costs come out of the TAX PAYER’S money. That means your and my pockets. These costs represent additional money creation that dilutes all the savings and assets in America.”
To further that statistic, in 2011, the Washington Post (and others) reported the Treasury Department’s Inspector General for the tax administration issued a report that “individuals who are not authorized to work in the United States were paid $4.2 billion in refundable credits which included $1,000 per child as ‘refundable taxes,’ meaning the parents (immigrants) may receive refunds even when they do not owe taxes.” In 2018, it went up to $2,000 per child. Imagine what it is now in 2019/2020.
We need to ban together, fight the illegal influx of these aliens, support our country, and elect better officials. It’s my heart, and I believe it is my calling, to be the Real People’s Candidate; not just for Nevada (District 4), but for America, as well.
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