Ahead of today’s debate, Donald Trump scored the endorsement of the union representing 5000 Federal immigration officers. Only five percent of those in the union voted to endorse Hillary Clinton.
The message is clear on who those actually securing the border think is best to help them. While Hillary may attract Trump’s border security proposals as unrealistic, those securing the border think it’s her plans that is unrealistic. In Obama’s America, border patrol agents can hardly do their job, and considering that Hillary promises for her Presidency to be a continuation of the Obama years, we can expect much of the same if she’s the next President.
It’s not hard to see why. While illegal immigration is disastrous every way you look at it, it’s not disastrous for Democrats. Why? Because they don’t see illegal immigrants as people – they see them for what they really are them – future Democrat voters (once they push through amnesty).
In Hillary’s America, you can expect more stories like the one that the Conservative Post just reported on:
There’s one question Sandra Langlois is sick of hearing in job interviews.
“Do you speak Spanish?” Langlois doesn’t — and doesn’t think she should have to.
At 42, she already speaks two languages. Born in Germany, she moved to Pennsylvania as a child and learned to speak English fluently. She thought that would be enough to get a job in the United States. Well, it used to be like this before Democrats took control.
Hispanic immigrants, she says, have transformed the state (Alabama) she’s called home for decades.
“It’s kind of, really, discrimination,” she says. “If you’re not here legally, then you need to go ahead and go back home. … They need to come over here the right way. Don’t sneak over. Don’t stay here.”
The influx of immigrants – both legal and illegal – has made it harder for native-born Americans who don’t speak Spanish to find jobs in areas of the country that have grown more ethnically diverse in recent years. Working class angst over economic woes and immigration is fueling the popularity of Donald Trump’s candidacy for president.
On that note, maybe it’s a good thing Hillary Clinton keeps talking nonsense about illegal immigration. The more she continues to outrage voters for holding such a disastrous position, the higher the odds of a Trump Presidency are.
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