BREAKING: U.S. Coast Guard Just Made Shock Announcement About What They Just Discovered Of Coast Of Cuba

In what is a huge step forward in securing our nation’s borders and protecting our very sovereignty. It’s now being reported that illegal immigration is actively down 67% over last year’s numbers.

Of course, this is happening because foreign nations are swiftly learning that the days of us taking in other nation’s problems are indeed over and done with thanks to President Donald Trump who ran on a platform of curbing illegal immigration to the US.

But now we have an even better development. It seems one action that former President Barack Hussein Obama took before leaving the White House is also helping raise those numbers pointing to the slowing of illegal immigration to the United States.

Air Force One carrying U.S. President Barack Obama and his family flies over a neighborhood of Havana as it approaches the runway to land at Havana’s international airport, March 20, 2016. REUTERS/Alberto Reyes – RTSBHYK

If you can all recall Comrade Obama visited his fellow Comrade Raul Castro in Cuba in 2016. Not all is known about what happened at this visit, except that Comrade Barry came home and immediately declared he was undoing President Bill “The Rapist” Clinton’s policy of “Wet Foot, Dry Foot.” This policy consisted of a law that stated if you left the nation of Cuba and set foot on American soil, you were allowed to stay and even apply for a Green Card after a year of residency in the United States. The revoking of this law is one of the biggest factors attributed as to why Crooked Hillary Clinton got a shellacking in the state of Florida, who has a huge Cuban population, by President Trump in the 2016 election.

This same law also stipulated that if the US Coast Guard found any Cuban immigrant before actually setting foot on US soil, they were sent back to Cuba. Normally each year the Coast Guard would manage to pick up between 50-150 Cubans at sea.

This year that number has dropped to 0. In both pickups, and Cubans making it to American Soil.

CNN reported: 

“During my administration, we worked to improve the lives of the Cuban people — inside of Cuba — by providing them with greater access to resources, information and connectivity to the wider world,” Obama said. “Sustaining that approach is the best way to ensure that Cubans can enjoy prosperity, pursue reforms and determine their own destiny.”
 
Critics of the change in relations with Cuba, though, charge that the Cuban government hasn’t improved its treatment of dissidents and other anti-democratic actions, and now lack pressure from the United States to changes its ways.
 
Soon after the announcement, former Florida Republican Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart tweeted, “Obama will continue to shower the enemies of freedom with gifts until 1/20/17.”
 
Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez, a Cuban-American, put out a blistering statement denouncing the move as one that “will only serve to tighten the noose the Castro regime continues to have around the neck of its own people.”
 
He faulted the Obama administration for not consulting Congress prior to the announcement, adding, “The Obama administration seeks to pursue engagement with the Castro regime at the cost of ignoring the present state of torture and oppression, and its systematic curtailment of freedom.”
 
But fellow Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont welcomed the move.
 
“I think it’s a good idea,” said Leahy, long a proponent of thawing relations between the US and Cuba. “We were telling the rest of the world they were different, and I don’t think that was the right thing to do.”
 
The Cuban government was informed of the decision to end the controversial policy towards Cuban refugees, according to a senior Cuban government official.
 
The US government will now consider residency requests from these Cubans in the same way other migrants are processed when they arrive into the country.
 
Officials said Thursday’s decision does not affect Cubans already inside the United States, only future migrants who have not yet arrived.
 
The Department of Homeland Security has also eliminated a policy for Cuban medical professionals known as the Cuban Medical Professional Parole Program, according to an agency statement.
 
DHS is also eliminating an exemption that previously prevented the use of expedited removal proceedings for Cuban nationals apprehended at ports of entry or near the border.
The existing Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program is not affected by this announcement and remains in effect.
 
Explaining the timing of the announcement Tuesday, Obama administration officials said it took time to negotiate elements of the shift with the Cuban government. They said the unexpected nature of the move stemmed from a desire to prevent a surge of migrants hoping to get to the United States before the change.
 
“We did not want to speculate publicly about the likelihood of this change for fear of inviting even greater migration flows,” deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said.
The number of Cuban migrants entering the US had doubled from 2014 to 2015, when relations were reestablished.
 
Following the thawing of relations between the Cold War enemies, Cubans, afraid the policy would soon end, began leaving the island in greater numbers.
 
Many who leave use makeshift rafts to cross the Straits of Florida into the United States.

We are pretty sure this wasn’t Comrade Obama’s intent. He just probably wanted to help Raul Castro keep his people locked up in the cesspool that is Cuba. But after all, when your “bro” treats you to a baseball game you want to be nice to him in return.

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Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He’s worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

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