“They are not criminals,” Becerra said of migrants who cross without authorization. “They haven’t committed a crime against someone, and they are not acting violently or in a way that’s harmful to people. And I would argue they are not harming people indirectly either.”
The Liberal government is signalling its intent to stem the flow of asylum seekers crossing into Canada at unofficial entry points with a new border-enforcement strategy aimed at detecting, intercepting and removing irregular migrants.
Sometimes you wonder whether the New York Times’ editorial page ever reads its own newspaper’s reporting. A dedicated institutional foe of President Trump, the Times scoffs at the need for an executive order to address the dangerous chaos at the border. Then again, it makes a weird kind of sense: the worse things get at the Mexican border the better, because then they can demand even more services for the sick, the halt, the lame, the blind, the drug dealers, the rapists, the drunk drivers and all the other criminals — not just from Mexico but from Central America as well — who are invading our country.
Texas Republican. Rep. Dan Crenshaw raged:
“It sounds like I’m making it up. What kind of government would cancel the vote of its own citizens, and replace it with noncitizens?”
According to The Washington Examiner, the failed Obama project used taxpayer money to help keep illegal alien families out of detention centers and gave them healthcare, transportation, housing, and legal assistance to help them claim asylum in the U.S.
Our country’s big-city mayors were huddled in the nation’s capital on Monday — in a bone-busting -24C before the wind chill — to try to coax a little love and support from the prime minister for triggering the illegal immigration crisis that is costing them multi-millions.
The mayors met, in fact, on the second anniversary of the day Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to U.S. President Donald Trump coming down hard on illegals in his own country by sending out the tweet that launched the border queue-jumping of undocumented thousands.
According to a press release issued by the Attorney General’s office, while non-US citizens are legally allowed to obtain driver’s licenses and other forms of ID, “only citizens are eligible to vote.” Furthermore, the Sec. of State’s office notes that “Voting in an election in which the person knows he or she is not eligible to vote is a second-degree felony in the State of Texas. “
Questionable votes. Identity politics. Cheap labor. Working class resentment.
Each hot-button issue clearly illustrates why lax borders have fractured America.
The Georgia gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Abrams is now suggesting illegal aliens vote. They’re not “unworthy”. This is her idea of the blue wave as she insinuates the red wave is anti-immigrant.
The opposition Conservatives are ringing the alarm bell following an exclusive Sun report revealing that Elections Canada sent a voter registration card to an asylum seeker who has only been in Canada for 18 months.
Despite countless Veterans explaining how service dogs have made a huge difference in their lives, the Trudeau government keeps saying no.
A cap of 5,000 was set but now that is to be increased fourfold to 20,000 applications for the sponsorship of parents and grandparents visa programme in 2019.
Facebook’s recent policy changes requiring proof of identity to purchase political ads is unfair to Latino immigrants, several progressive groups claimed Thursday.
A video released on Wednesday shows that some San Francisco residents approve of illegal aliens’ having the same voting rights as American citizens.
If Canadians cannot and will not produce and educate its own work-force, why should the country be kept alive? :
A new study has predicted what Canada’s economy would look like without immigration, and it’s not pretty.
Although unlikely to happen, the Conference Board of Canada imagined what would happen by 2040 if the country’s borders were completely shut.
“If it stopped immigration, Canada would experience a shrinking labour force, weak economic growth, and greater challenges funding social services such as health care,” senior research associate Kareem El-Assal said in a release.
(Sidebar: this Conference Board of Canada.)