President Donald Trump has just bravely made good on his strong campaign promise to ensure the safety of Americans and protect the territorial integrity of the U.S. by ridding the country of " bad hombres", his term for illegal immigrants.
The President earlier today signed an executive order on immigration encompassing wide-ranging concerns including a directive mandating his Secretary of Homeland Security to make a public comprehensive list of criminal actions committed by aliens in the country. The weekly publication of crimes committed by immigrants will also include details of " sanctuary cities" that will refuse to turn over their illegal immigrant-residents for deportation. The order is premised on the new administration's priority for public safety.
Trump's executive order titled "Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements" also include the fulfillment of his other campaign promises such as building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, deporting illegal immigrants, establishing new immigration detention centers and the hiring of additional 5,000 more Border Patrol agents.
The President has always strongly believed that illegal immigrants present a significant threat to national security and public safety. As if to prove his point, Trump even read the names of American citizens who were tragically murdered by illegal immigrants.
The move to publish a list of immigrant crimes is being looked at by some as similar or reminiscent of the ' Black Crime' listings on Breitbart News- the far-right website previously run by Steve Bannon, now the chief strategist of the President.
The President had earlier pledged to deport two to three million illegal immigrants in the first two years of his administration. It is estimated that there are around 820,000 undocumented migrants with criminal records in the U.S. This also explains why the President finds it compelling to address the problem on illegals decisively from the onset of his presidency.<<Back