Grab a shovel, America — President Trump is about to build that wall.
The White House on Wednesday rolled out a series of executive actions on immigration and border security – designed to restore American sovereignty – an issue I address in my new book, “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again.”
Among other things – President Trump announced a crackdown on sanctuary cities that harbor illegal aliens. He also plans to provide the Department of Homeland Security with more resources to fight illegal immigration.
And remember the Obama administration’s “catch and release” policies? Well, those days are now over.
In other words — all of you illegals out there might want to pack a bag and catch the next Greyhound bus to Nuevo Laredo.
The president also plans on temporarily suspending visas from countries that are loaded with radical Muslims – places like Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan and Libya.
“These executive orders will not make our nation any safer, rather it will make our nation more fearful and less welcoming, and such restrictions run contrary to (the) very founding principles of our nation,” Hassan Shibly, executive director of CAIR-Florida told CNN.
It’s no surprise that critics are enraged – accusing the administration of being xenophobic and Islamophobic. They seem to think we should roll out the red carpet for illegals at the expense of law-abiding Americans.
We are barely a week into the Trump presidency and he’s already managed to dump TPP, engage pro-lifers, rattle Democrats and discombobulate the mainstream media.
I really like this guy.
I mean, the sheer scope of his immigration policies is incredible. He’s cracking down on sanctuary cities — temporarily suspending visas from hotbeds of radical Islam and building a wall.
We’re going to build a wall, America! To be honest, there were moments during the presidential campaign when I wondered if the wall was some sort of metaphor. But no sir! By golly, he plans on building a great, big, larger-than-life, Trump signature wall.
Imagine that, folks — a Republican president who does what he promised to do on the campaign trail. Never in all my life did I think I’d see that day.
All I can say is thank you, Mr. President. Thank you for keeping your word.
To be clear, the president’s executive orders are not xenophobic or Islamophobic. They are not anti-Mexican or anti-refugee. Rather, President Trump’s immigration and border security policies are pro-American. I know that must be a shocking concept – especially after the past eight years.
But President Trump promised to put America first — and he’s delivering on that promise.
To the nations of the world — we are more than happy to welcome your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. But if it’s all the same — you can just keep the deadbeats and reprobates — and the people who want to blow us up.