Kris Kobach, immigration expert appointed to the Trump transition team, promises that the wall will be built.
A statement from Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson posted on the DHS website on November 10 noted that the number of illegal aliens apprehended trying to cross our southwest border rose to 46,195 in October.
Following the election of Donald Trump to the White House in this year’s presidential election, a group founded to revive the DREAM Act — which would have granted amnesty to minors illegally in the United States — pledged to resist mass deportation of illegal aliens.
In perhaps the most tortured presidential answer since Bill Clinton parsed the word “is,” Barack Obama offered a response in a Friday interview that many say gives illegal aliens a green light to vote. Worse still, there may be reason to suspect he was fed the question in advance and gave a premeditated, Machiavellian answer.
Not all invaders come with guns and bombs. And Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and other Western leaders are “invading their own countries,” says radio host Michael Savage, using a foreign army introduced under the banner of “immigration,” “illegal migration,” and “refugee status.”
In Maricopa County, Arizona, Soros and other deep-pocketed leftists are pulling out all the stops to unseat Sheriff Joe Arpaio because he enforces border protection.
Perhaps it’s the stories about rampant Muslim-migrant violence in Germany and Sweden, or that there is simply no way to vet the Mideast migrants entering our nation. Whatever the case, a Michigan town has sent the federal government a clear message: We have no interest in participating in your so-called “Refugee Resettlement Program.”
The Pew Research Center released a report last week based on information from the National Center for Health Statistics on birth rates in the United States. Data found within the report could raise concerns over both the economic and cultural ramifications of the birth rates of foreign-born mothers in the United States.
An October report produced by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), an organization that advocates for reduced immigration quotas and greater border enforcement, noted that the number of illegal aliens seeking asylum in order to live in the United States legally has jumped 900 percent since 2009.