The Trump administration will publish new rules today that restrict the entry of migrants entering the country under claims of asylum. This will invite lawsuits from the usual open-borders leftists backed by Deep-State globalists.
Armed civilians are right now heading to the southern border. Some call this dangerous “vigilantism.” Others say it’s how you respond to an invasion. One thing is for sure: It wouldn’t be happening had the government been doing its job.
It’s something that may guarantee Russian interference in our elections — when the foreigners-in-spirit are old enough to vote, anyway. At issue is “birth tourism,” a phenomenon whereby pregnant Russian women (among others) take an American vacation for the purposes of birthing “anchor babies,” happily taking advantage of a misapplication of the 14th Amendment.
A second migrant caravan crossed from Guatemala into Mexico on October 29, with some members of the caravan believed to be armed with homemade bombs and guns.
President Trump said he would sign an executive order ending birthright citizenship for the children of illegal aliens born in the United States, noting that his legal advisors say he can act without legislation from Congress.
San Francisco spent $310,000 setting up a special system to accommodate noncitizens voting in the November school board election, but only 49 have signed up so far.
Tuesday is the day President Trump will announce his plan to stop the “migrant caravan,” while leftists are gearing up to file border-busting lawsuits that will stop the president from deporting the illegal aliens.
The “migrant caravan” rolling through Mexico insisted it would continue its relentless trek to smash open the U.S. border.
Unhinged Floridian Cesar Sayoc’s 13 bombs didn’t, thankfully, detonate. But there’s a larger bomb — a biological one — that soon may go off in our midst: the migrant invasion currently snaking its way toward our nation.
As a Honduran horde approaches the southern border of the United States, questions of the source of the funding and the sincerity of those among the thousands allegedly seeking asylum need urgent answers.