The illegal immigration problem in the United States is rampant, aided and abetted by our criminal administration attempting to radically alter the demographics of the United States and turn the country into a pool of illegal voters to maintain power. We all know the agenda of our Dear Leader.
However, what does it look like when the leader of a country actually cares about upholding the law and protecting the population? We have no further to look than Israel in this case.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has aggressively focused on border security and making it very uncomfortable for illegals to stay in the country. In other words, the Israeli government tries its best to keep out those who don’t belong; and if they do make it in, the government tries to get them to leave on their own volition.
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The Jerusalem Post outlines the striking differences in two approaches to combating illegal immigration:
There are numerous commonalities between the illegal migrants crises that the US and Israel are experiencing.
In terms of the relative volume of illegal migrants, both crises are unprecedented in the countries’ history and have grabbed massive national attention.
That is where the similarities stop, and the vast differences begin.
Netanyahu’s policy of detention and aggressive encouragement for voluntary deportation is a get-migrants-to-leave policy.
Obama’s executive order legalizing or granting a legal path to around five million migrants fitting certain parameters is helpmigrants- stay policy.
Liberals frequently use the following straw man argument: “What are you going to do? Deport 12 million immigrants?”
My answer to that is no, we will deport many; however, we should make it very difficult for them to stay and make them leave on their own accord. All we need is a new leader to make this happen. As we begin to filter through all of the conservative candidates for president who are making their cases to the American people, this issue will be one that I will be watching closely.
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