America needs borders and President Trump is determined to make everyone follow the laws on the books.
He’s about to implement a major change to the asylum policy that will greatly affect Central American migrants from making their way into the United States.
President Donald Trump is considering sweeping restrictions on asylum that would effectively block Central American migrants from entering the U.S., according to several administration officials and advocates briefed on the plan.
A draft proposal circulating among Trump’s Homeland Security advisers would prohibit migrants from seeking asylum if they have resided in a country other than their own before coming to the U.S., according to a DHS official and an outside advocate familiar with the plan.
If executed, it would deny asylum to thousands of migrants waiting just south of the border, many of whom have trekked a perilous journey through Mexico.
Trump alluded to the asylum changes Thursday as he departed for Colorado, telling reporters he is “going to do something very dramatic on the border” and would announce it in a “big league statement.”
“It will be a statement having to do with the border and having to do with people illegally coming over the border,” he said. “And it will be my biggest statement, so far, on the border. We have brought something to the light of the people. They see now it’s a national emergency, and most people agree.”
Barack Obama-appointed judges are still wreaking havoc on the United States.
What’s worse is they don’t seem to care.
Judge Richard Seeborg was nominated by 44 in 2009.
On Monday, Seeborg blocked President Trump’s policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico while they wait for an immigration judge to hear their case.
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From AP News:
A U.S. judge decided Monday to block the Trump administration’s policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico as they wait for an immigration court to hear their cases, but the ruling is on hold for several days.
Judge Richard Seeborg in San Francisco granted a request on behalf of 11 asylum seekers from Central America and legal advocacy groups to halt the practice while their lawsuit moves forward, but he held off on enforcing his decision until Friday to give the government a chance to ask an appeals court for a review.
The policy lacks sufficient protections to ensure migrants don’t face “undue risk to their lives or freedom” in Mexico, the judge said. Seeborg also said a law that President Donald Trump’s administration cited as its authority to send back migrants does not apply to asylum seekers such as those who sued.
t was not immediately clear whether the administration would ask an appeals court to put the ruling on hold. The U.S. Department of Justice declined to comment.
The launch of the policy in January at the nation’s busiest border crossing — in San Diego — marked an unprecedented change to the U.S. asylum system, government officials and asylum experts said. Families seeking asylum typically have been released in the U.S. with notices to appear in court.
Judiical Watch‘s Tom Fitton weighed in, noting how this move could “will worsen the border crisis”…
This is an astonishing abuse of power by another anti-@RealDonaldTrump judge (appointed by Barack Obama). Allows foreign nationals in Mexico to use courts to rewrite U.S. law. This
This is an astonishing abuse of power by another anti-@RealDonaldTrump judge (appointed by Barack Obama). Allows foreign nationals in Mexico to use courts to rewrite U.S. law. This decision, if not set aside immediately, will worsen the border crisis. https://t.co/QvywuUCos5
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) 8 апреля 2019 г.
Never forget that 14 Republicans recently voted with Democrats to end 45’s national emergency at the southern border.
Fourteen Republicans voted with Democrats on Tuesday once more to end President Donald Trump’s national emergency on the border wall.
Democrats and recalcitrant Republicans voted to end the Trump national emergency but ultimately failed to override Trump’s veto of H.R. Res. 46. The bill failed 248-181, featuring strong Democrat support for the bill; however, some Republicans voted again for the Democrat bill.
Thirteen Republicans voted with Democrats last February to end the national emergency.
Here are the names of the Republicans: