By: Red Pill | 11-03-2017 | News
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If TPS Expires, President Trump Can and Should Deport All 300,000 Beneficiaries; Here's Why:

An immigration program known as the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) currently grants legal rights to over 300,000 immigrants inside or the United States of America.

The Temporary Protected Status currently covers Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Honduras which allowed individuals to be transported into the United States of America from those nations which has underwent natural disasters and regions of intense fighting or violence which had lost their homes due to one of those reasons.

The problem is TPS allowed those folks to come into the United States of America and receive social-welfare programs that taxpayers are funding; with zero incentives in place for them to return to their homelands.

Meanwhile back in America thousands of Veterans of the United States Armed Forces remain homeless and hungry while these folks who don't belong here are placed into public housing on the dime of working Americans and given good stamps to eat.

These aren't people who have anything beneficial to offer America; instead they're merely draining the system which is lacking water already as if it's a dried up farm pond that's beginning to crack on the surface.

In fact it's so dehydrated that you could add seeds into the soil and they simply wouldn't grow.

Yes, that's a metaphor for placing the TPS recipients into America, where feeding and funding their living conditions simply cannot be afforded by a nation that's already in terrifying debt.

From the four nations mentioned, there's around 206,000 households in which the TPS beneficiaries reside; many of which are two to three per household if not more.

That's a massive influx of people who stand in the bread line rather than coming to America to build rockets to travel to Mars.

If we're going to bring them in folks, they need to be sending their best; and not the worst.

Another crucial problem here is that by allowing these bottom feeders to enter, they're not returning to their homelands to reclaim the land from the would be threats of civil war or to rebuild them from catastrophic natural disaster.

These are Nationalists of four nations who should have enough pride in their own countries that they'd want to fight for them or assist in the restructuring of those countries.

That's not what's occurring though, and if they're not willing to fight for their own culture and people or assist in the rebuilding of those nations, what on God's green earth makes anyone think they're going to contribute here where they live off handouts?

They wonder, and in fact they don't.

Most Americans are probably unaware that the Federal Government offers a program called Refugee Cash Assistance amongst the many other forms of social welfare which is designed specifically for these people.

From the <a href="">Refugee Cash Assistance </a>web page:

<blockquote>What it is:</blockquote>

<blockquote>The Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) Program helps refugees by providing cash and medical assistance (Refugee Medical Assistance program) during their first eight months in the U.S.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Who is eligible:</blockquote>

<blockquote>Persons who entered the United States with an immigration status that allows them to receive refugee benefits are eligible for RCA and RMA benefits as long as they meet other eligibility requirements.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Eligible immigration statuses are:</blockquote>

<blockquote>Refugee, Conditional Entrant, Asylee,Amerasian, Cuban-Haitian entrant, certified as a victim of trafficking and their eligible family members, and Special Immigrants from either Iraq or Afghanistan and their eligible family members.</blockquote>

Now not all, but indeed a large portion of the 300,000 people on the TPS beneficiary list include these eligible recipients.

It's also important to note that the <a href="">Federal Government spends $20,000 immediately upon entry</a>to settle each and every “refugee”.

That's right; while American Veterans who are starving and homeless stand in the side of the highway holding a cardboard sign that says “Hungry”, Refugees have $20k spent on them right from the get-go.

Imagine if each homeless Veteran was given twenty grand; they could pay their rent for nearly two years on most studio apartments and then focus on getting the proper psychiatric treatment or jobs training they need instead of living in a tent or under a bridge.

This literally makes me sick thinking about it.

President Trump, “We The People” are asking you sir to not extend this program.

If there is an elderly or disabled person(s) who were brought here under the TPS program; okay I have compassion.

There may be what, a dozen, or a hundred who are disabled and elderly? Fine. Keep them. I won't be completely heartless.

The other 299,900 welfare recipients under TPS though, they have to go back Mr. President.

Our nation cannot afford the burden and as I've continued to state thus far; we not only have American Veterans whom are struggling in worse conditions but if those people aren't willing to fight for their own nations or rebuild them it's a clear sign they'll never be able to offer these United States of America anything other than increased debt.

They have to go back, sir, and they have to go back soon.


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Urban Nightmare No. 11060 2017-11-03 : 17:30

If you want people to take you seriously then please fix your spelling and grammar. This looks like it was written by a pissed off teenager.

Pamela Stein No. 11062 2017-11-03 : 17:38

Haven't you heard? They're the "New Americans"

Adolf Hitler No. 11071 2017-11-03 : 20:56

My solution was quite effective. Try it!

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