Trump’s Immigration Plan Already Working

as illegal aliens either self-deport or don’t bother coming through the “coyote” network.

EXCERPT:  “Los Angeles (AFP) – When would-be immigrants Bernardino and Samuel got word in Mexico of the election of Donald Trump, they immediately gave up their plans to cross illegally into the United States.

The rhetoric that originally fueled the billionaire populist’s rise to power was built around his ambitious promises to deport the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the US and to build a “big, beautiful, powerful wall” along the border with Mexico.

Now, with the New York Republican’s stunning victory Tuesday, fear and uncertainty are surging among undocumented immigrants. Will their workplaces be raided? Will there be mass expulsions? Greater obstacles to gaining legal status? What will happen?

No one knows.

Samantha Yanez had not caught a wink of sleep. She arrived in the US at the age of six and now, at 21, she knows no other reality. But she has no papers. Because she arrived as a child, she was granted temporary legal status by executive order of President Barack Obama.

But Trump has sharply criticized that program and could end it when he takes office in January.

“It’s as if I didn’t have a country; I’m a foreigner in the only country I know,” Samantha said, her voice quaking.

I’m insecure. I feel anger, sadness — betrayed by the American dream,” she added.

Bernardino, a 34-year-old Honduran who declined to give his last name, was looking for a “coyote” to help him slip into the United States near the border city of Tijuana when he abandoned his plan. So did 18-year-old Samuel, a Salvadoran.”

What a laugh. This ILLEGAL ALIEN, a CRIMINAL, is betrayed by the American Dream? Sorry honey but the American Dream is for AMERICANS, not Mexicans, or Kenyans, or little green men from Mars, who come here ILLEGALLY. Here’s a quick English lesson for you…

illegal. (il-le-gal) adjective. 1. contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law.

This is not Mexico or Honduras or Guatemala, it is the United States of America and we have the Rule of Law BACK now! The USA is a SOVEREIGN nation and your parents broke the law and YOU are breaking the law. So self-deport and try coming in the FRONT DOOR!

You have to LOVE the fact that President-elect Trump (that sounds SO GOOD!) is not yet in the White House and his immigration plan is already working. The ILLEGAL ALIENS are now very cognizant of the fact that there will be NO MORE free rides in the USA and that we’re tired of supporting these human locust with our tax dollars. What is so damn disgusting is that these whiners are actually complaining that they can’t stay in the nation that they broke into and that they can no longer steal jobs! Moreover, they are whining that they can no longer take the benefits intended for LEGAL American citizens, that they can’t breed like roaches and thus continue to suck down more and more benefits, while committing crimes against American citizens. You want to come to the USA? Fine, come in the FRONT DOOR or spend your time looking over your shoulder until the NEW ICE deports your ass.

Perhaps the best part of a trump Presidency is that the moron in charge of DHS, Jeh Johnson, gets FIRED!


Illegal aliens self-deporting!

About GunnyG

Retired US Marine and pissed-off American. Tired of the bullshit from inside the Beltway and determined to change it, peacefully or otherwise. A Constitution-loving American who believes that the US is #1 and should be!
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18 Responses to Trump’s Immigration Plan Already Working

  1. clyde says:

    Idea. Make a shitload of Trump photos on signs and place them along the border with this in Espanol: “Not so fast mi amigos “.

  2. Uriel says:

    This is counter to what others like Judicial Watch are saying. They say that one last massive wave is pushing through to get in before Trump takes office. Both may be right. If anyone can believe anything out of govt it seems to point to a reverse movement back across NOT because of Trump but because of lack of jobs and prevailing attitudes by those who have come the legal route. The unfair bias by Obama and current fast tracking of illegals over those who applied and been waiting for years is even more upsetting to them. I can understand why.

  3. Shar says:

    Either way if E Verify is enforced we may get rid of them. It is laughable that they broke the law but still think they deserve to be here. Think of all those who receive
    welfare checks. They think it is their paycheck. Times are a changing.

    • upaces88 says:

      The problem with E-Verify is that companies refuse to E-Verify because they are cheap labor.

      There is a much easier way: Texas Governor Abbott suggested this:
      Idiots are trying to fight Our Gov. saying, “It isn’t Constitutional”. You idiots! They INVADED A COUNTRY!
      Texas Governor Harboring Illegals Felony
      Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill, known as HB 11, into law by last year as part of an $800 million border security effort undertaken by the Legislature. Under one provision of HB 11, people who profit from, encourage or induce a person to enter or stay in the country illegally “by concealing, harboring, or shielding that person from detection” can be charged with various felony degrees. The charges depend on the age of the immigrant and whether he or she becomes victim of sexual assault or other crimes.
      The bill also creates the new crime of “continuous harboring” of immigrants for 10 days or more.

      Keep Reading:

  4. Popular Front says:

    Good news. The same thing happened here in Australia. Under the previous lefty eunuch administration we had our borders thrown open to the ‘boat people’ who landed here seeking – and getting – welfare for life. The left were thrown out of office, the conservatives re-instated with their anti-illegal immigrant policies and the ‘boat people’ stopped arriving almost immediately. Cruel policy? Perhaps, if you’re a bleeding heart ‘progressive’ but a policy which reflects the will of the electorate.

    • GunnyG says:

      Popular Front

      I read about that! Well done!

    • upaces88 says:

      I am right there with you. As Obama was taking $ out of my Social Security for:
      Fed Loans that didn’t exist;
      Pay Medicare back (I did get that back from Medicare. I paid the deductible and haven’t been to a doctor in 3-4 yrs.)

      Then he was taking out for debts(????).
      I am a white old lady and had to apply 15 times just to get food stamps while Billions of dollars in food stamps were Illegals and African Americans.

      In order to finally get the food stamps, I actually had to contact my Governor. FINALLY I GOT THEM.

    • upaces88 says:

      What disturbs me? IF there is something wrong with their own country, why aren’t THEY WORKING towards changing it vs. coming here?

  5. myfoxmystere says:

    I support deporting illegals, but I also believe some of the deportation cases should be reviewed before getting enforced. If some aliens came here as young children and know no other way of life, I can see some mercy being extended to them, if they are now adults.

    • I.R. Wayright says:

      Any police record of bad behavior…adios.
      You are full of gang tattoos….adios. (Especially a tear next to your eye which means you are a murderer..adios)
      American construction workers (for instance) were put out of work by undocumented aliens willing to work for less and paid under the table…..adios.
      You came here for the purpose of having an “anchor baby?” Adios.
      You came here without an invitation, used our social services, ran up a big bill, and still walk around demonstrating with a Mexican flag in your hand, demanding we give back the South West to Mexico…adios.
      If you really want to stay here, give us ten good reasons why we should let you.
      And then tell us why we can’t get the same goodies as you do if we slipped into the hell hole where you came from.
      Now, if there are ten, twelve,or twenty million of you here, why don’t you form an Army and march south until you over run the capital of your home country and TAKE IT BACK FOR THE PEOPLE?

      • Uriel says:

        Exactly IR. For many who still miss their home country I often wonder why they haven’t returned there to improve conditions rather than grow angry here.

    • Uriel says:

      I believe most Americans have little problem with that but requiring each of them to get legal right away. After all they have years they could have done so. There have been amnesty events over the last twenty years that they Should have contacted. Trump and nearly every person says however Which I agree – ALL who have come to attention as doing things against the law like DUI, family beaters, and other criminal acts on up HAVE to leave. There are citizens, agents and businesses who have or know long time honest workers who deserve to be fast tracked along with those who have applied and been on waiting lists. THOSE deserve to get their citizenship done quickly. However there has to be a time limit. Both on applying and faster acceptance. I have known many great people over the years and never asked their status but even they need to realize that laws are important and need to be followed. Their home countries are not lenient on citizenship, neither should ours be.

  6. GunnyG says:


    While I see your point once we start making exceptions, one thing leads to another. If their parents were Mexicans, then Mexico takes them back and deals with them.

    • RE says:

      You said it Gunny. I’m so sick of on the right hand it’s this way and on the wrong hand it’s this way.

    • Uriel says:

      To me it seems reasonable to say everyone from family or individual has ONE time to register if not naturalized from xx date to xx date ALL registered by that date who have no police record will be provided a week to fast track to naturalization. Any found after that date not registered will immediately be deported regardless of no record. Those in line for naturalization who have waited a long time would immediately be able to get naturalized if no record. People who have been here for a year or more KNOW it’s the law but either fear, contempt for law, or bureaucracy have held them up. Even Reagan offered that boon.

  7. I.R. Wayright says:

    Let’s do this bi-lingually;
    Listen up friends, do you really want to sneak into a country that is $20 trillion in debt?
    Escuche amigos, ¿realmente quiere meterse en un país que tiene 20 trillones de dólares en deuda?