August 29, 2016
Think Trump is messing around? Think again.
Politicians, these days, are like slippery worms. You can’t get a firm commitment out of them. And if you press them on any issue, they’ll just squeeze themselves out of your grasp and slink away.
And when they do make a statement, they’ll word it in such a way that any delay or compromise will be justifiable.
“We will look into the homelessness problem.”
“I’ll set up a commission for the better maintenance of our roads.”
Trump, on the other hand, doesn’t mess around with that nonsense.
Better start packing now, beaners.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump linked illegal immigration and employment Saturday, pledging to start deporting offenders as soon as he is sworn in should he become the White House’s next occupant.
“On Day One, I am going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country – including removing the hundreds of thousands of criminal illegal immigrants that have been released into US communities under the Obama-Clinton administration,” Trump told supporters in Des Moines, Iowa.
On day one.
At least a few hundred thousands.
Also, all illegal immigrants are criminals, by virtue of the fact that they violated our laws to even be here. As such, while wording it in a way that sounds softer than it really is, he’s leaving himself room to basically deport them all.
“I am going to build a great border wall, institute nationwide e-verify, stop illegal immigrants from accessing welfare and entitlements and develop an exit-entry tracking system to ensure those who overstay their visas are quickly removed,” Trump warned.
The billionaire real estate magnate and former reality TV host — in a white baseball cap — said that “If we don’t enforce visa expiration dates, then we have an open border. It’s as simple as that.”
TFW you’re told you have to go back.
These are very clear policies.
- Build a wall
- Deport all illegals
- Internal checks for visas and citizenship
- Cut access to social programs for illegals
Even if that’s all Trump does (and he’s promised much more than that), that would be reason enough to elect him into office.