Category: Immigration News

Jul 30

DOJ: Use ‘Illegal Alien’

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has informed U.S. attorney offices in an agency-wide e-mail that they should to refer to foreigners illegally residing in the United States as illegal aliens, instead of “undocumented” persons. The term “undocumented” has been popularized by illegal alien advocates as a means to suggest that people who violate our immigration laws are not really lawbreakers, but individuals who lack documents. Of course the reason they lack proper documents is because they are here illegally. 

The DOJ e-mail noted that  “The word ‘undocumented’ is not based in U.S. code and should not be used to describe someone’s illegal presence in the country.”

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Jul 27

Senator: Illegal Aliens Kids ‘Our Own’

California Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) declared that Americans must regard illegal alien children “as their own.” The following is her full statement: “This is about saying we are a community of people and that the children of any one of us is [sic] the children of all of us. These are our children. That’s who we are.  .  .  . We should each think of them as being our own and we should treat them that way.”

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Jul 25

Household English Declining

As the consequence of unrelenting mass immigration, forty-four million U.S. residents, one of every seven, is foreign-born. Many do not speak English well, as shown by the finding of the Migration Policy Institute that 22 percent of the U.S. population does not speak English at home. The states with the highest percentage of non-English speaking households were Nevada (31 percent) and Florida (29 percent). 

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Jul 24

Study: Media Hostile to Trump

The Media Research Center reviewed sound bites of ABC, CBS, and NBC which dealt with immigration and found that 92 percent of them were hostile to President Trump.  As one example, the broadcast networks aired 478 soundbites covering the alleged victims of the president’s immigration policies. Relatives of victims of crimes by illegal aliens got only five sound bites.

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Jul 23

Gallup: Immigration the Top Issue

A Gallup poll found that immigration is the issue of greatest concern to 22 percent of Americans, a percentage higher than any other issue. Gallup speculated that Republicans might focus in immigration in the mid-term elections as a means to keep their control of the House and Senate.

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Jul 20

Sanctuary Initiative on Oregon Ballot

An initiative to overturn Oregon’s sanctuary law protecting illegal aliens has qualified for the November ballot. If it prevails, it would be the first time such a law has been repealed. Californians tried last year to place an anti-sanctuary initiative on their state’s ballot, but their effort failed to gain the required number of signatures.

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Jul 18

Trump: The Solution Is Not to Come

When asked about the a solution to the problem of children accompanying  illegal aliens who come to the U.S., President Trump responded,  “Well, I have a solution. Tell people not to come to our country illegally. That’s the solution. Don’t come to our country illegally. Come like other people do. Come legally.”

A reporter then inquired, “Is that what you’re saying? You’re punishing the children?” Trump replied, “I’m saying this very simply: We have laws. We have borders. Don’t come to our country illegally. It’s not a good thing.”

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Jul 17

Many Children Needed Separation

The Departments of Justice (DOJ) and Homeland Security ((DHS) say that nearly half of the young children taken into custody after crossing the border needed to be separated from the adults who brought them. Some of those adults were not the children’s parents, and others had criminal records and posed a danger to the children. DHS cited “many instances where human traffickers have used children to cross the border to gain illegal entry.

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Jul 16

Trump Warns Europeans

President Trump warned European leaders that they had “better watch themselves” because mass immigration is “changing the culture of Europe.” He added that, “I think it’s a very negative thing for Europe. I think it is very negative. And I know it’s politically necessary correct to say that, but I’ll say it, and I’ll say it loud.”

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Jul 13

House Dems Move to Abolish ICE

A group of Democratic House members are supporting legislation to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the federal agency that does interior enforcement of U.S. immigration law. A strong supporter of this plan is Sean McElwee, co-founder of Data for Progress and originator of the slogan, “Abolish ICE.”

Said McElwee, ” Now that we have clear consensus that ICE must be abolished, it’s time for a discussion about a humane enforcement system. That means the ending the criminalization of migration, creating a fast path to citizenship, limiting the scope of CBP’s enforcement, and ending our inhumane immigration detention system. The existence if the legislation proves that within the Democratic Party there is some interest in moving away from pandering to white supremacy. 

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