Stop Trump Movement Gets Boost From Mexico’s Efforts in U.S.

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Mexico is mounting an unprecedented effort to turn its permanent residents in the U.S. into citizens, a status that would enable them to vote — presumably against Donald Trump.

Officially, Mexico says it respects U.S. sovereignty and has no strategy to influence the result of the presidential race. Yet Mexican diplomats are mobilizing for the first time to assist immigrants in gaining U.S. citizenship, hosting free workshops on naturalization.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    All the ‘right people’ hate Trump.
    Not only do the Mexican illegals and their anchor babies need to be shipped back, but we also need a moratorium on all Mexican and Central American migration, for any reason, and likely that moratorium needs to be in effect for at least the next 50-years.

    • Makes sense.

      • Gary

        Plus, when the USA goes bankrupt the rats will jump ship and head to the 49th and we’ll have to deal with 15,000,000 illegals pouring in .
        Don’t forget, it was Joe Mihevic from TO’s City Hall that was quoted in the News as telling the 300,000 illegals in Toronto that they will get welfare and all the Social services because we are a World Class City with compassion.
        Wynne also made her pre-Election promise to give FREE Heath Care to illegals even when Harper fought to stop tourists or non-citizen illegals to over stay and still get dental and Health care.

        One note about the illegals is that it takes a CUPE /OPSEU member to knowingly commit Treason and Tax fraud against the CRA by Processing the Welfare applications or accepting Health Care claims by Doctors with fraudulent Coverage by illegals.
        But the CBC and STAR won’t dare go after the Public Unions , nor will Wynne or Justin because they too condone the Treason. The RCMP enforces the Tax Laws for the CRA , but Justin holds power over the CRA and RCMP.

        Surprise surprise , Wynne and Trudeau are running the debts up close to $200,000,000.00 while embracing another 175,000 migrants from Syria in the guise of refugees.

        • Bataviawillem

          200 million that’s cheap, count those zero’s again.

    • Dana Garcia

      First world nations don’t need any immigrant workers at all, given the automation threat to millions of jobs.

      But yes, particularly no more Mexicans. We’re full up on ungrateful fifth column types.

    • Clink9

      They are completely unhinged. This is the best election ever.

    • WalterBannon

      If Mexicans bring so much value to america, then how come they can not make mexico great?

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Because of “American racism”.
        Yes, they really do believe and teach that nonsense in Mexico.

  • tom_billesley

    Pretty much the same attitude was displayed toward the prophet Enoch Powell.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Fortunately, for us here in America, we are not stuck with Enoch Powell’s hopelessly corrupt and abysmal political system.
      Millions of Americans are defying ‘their betters’ and rising up and saying “NO, we have had enough”.

  • roccolore

    No surprise that Mexico has the nerve to lecture America.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Corrupt, immoral liars are usually shameless, so no surprise there.
      Mexican (and by extension Central American) “culture” is garbage.

    • Opportunistic predators can sense weakness.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Obama and the Democrats will give these would-be citizens all the help they can to get over the hurdle.

  • Pavelina

    The U.S. has been a safety valve for Mexico for decades. If that was stopped, Mexico might have to take care of its own citizens, instead of sending them north.

  • pdxnag

    Just a couple weeks ago my crazy neighbor renter from hell had a couple of her crazy guests. Two drunks were outside howling at nothing in particular. I stepped out with an audio recorded to capture the insanity. One drunk – presumed illegal alien – Mexican just had to approach me and get in my face uttering “too many bullets, too many bullets” as he points his index fingers at his temples, acting all crazy Jack Nicholson character style. He gets within a foot of face. “You should go back to where to came from. You should go back to where to came from.” Then he spits slightly off to the side, but spray still gets on my face.

    I’ll have no objection to mass roundup and expulsion.

    • Clausewitz

      It’s moments like these that has me keeping an old 1 wood just inside my front door.

      • pdxnag

        I had a Samson Zoom H2 recorder going and thought I had captured all I needed to press charges of menacing, and possibly assault. But I messed up on the button sequence. I needed to press the record button once more, as it was only measuring sound levels rather than recording.

        I still need to ask the DA how close they can come to me before I knock them out. The risk to me from the government is greater than this particular drunk.

        [I should add here that even bus drivers here can only claim harassment, not assault, when a thug spits on them.]

  • WalterBannon

    Liberal activists strung up an effigy of Donald Trump by a noose, and then one of them proceeded to behead it:

  • bargogx1

    Uh, shouldn’t someone be asking why a country is so determined that its citizens become citizens of another country?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Truthful answers to such uncomfortable questions rarely gives answers that the powers that be want said aloud.
      The answer is of course (in fact the only answer possible): racial conquest by Mexican Hispanics over Anglos.
      They dream of bringing about a Hispanic supremacist hemisphere.

      • Clausewitz

        La Rasa is the North American version of ISIS.

    • B__2

      The value of remittances from Mexicans residing in the USA is around $22 billion, around about half the amount Mexico receives in crude oil exports. As far as the Mexican kleptocracy/government is concerned, this is great because: a) people who might otherwise be pushing for change in the government and governance of Mexico are not remaining in Mexico to foment unrest, and b) it’s a huge boost to the Mexican economy for zero infrastructure costs.