Sunday, October 1, 2023

Leftists Shriek over Trump Immigration Plan to Screen for ‘Marxist’ Ideologies

'For those passionate about securing our immigration system ... the first 100 days of the Trump administration will be pure bliss... '

(Abdul–Rahman Oladimeji Bello, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump has revealed plans to implement a comprehensive plan to secure the southern border and ultimately end the illegal immigration crisis created by the Biden administration. 

Leftists have erupted in hysterics and smeared Trump’s plan as a sickening attempt to purge civil servants and fill government offices with loyalist to him and his Marxist ideologies, Axios reported

“For those passionate about securing our immigration system … the first 100 days of the Trump administration will be pure bliss—followed by another four years of the most hard-hitting action conceivable,” Trump policy advisor Stephen Miller said.

Trump’s immigration plans include completing the border wall, creating a sea blockade to end drug smuggling, and also to end “birthright citizenship” for children born in the U.S. to undocumented immigrants.

The plan would also strengthen social media tools that further enable ideological screening of people legally applying to come into the country and infiltrating their anti-American propaganda into society.

Using the Alien Enemies Act, Trump’s plan would ultimately deport unlawful enemy combatants like gang members, drug traffickers and criminals. Trump plans to also designate people from certain countries as “alien enemies,” making it easier to find undocumented immigrants and end the migrant crisis. 

As the Supreme Court is recently leaning more into the conservative side, reports noted that Trump’s plan would stand a better chance of surviving any legal challenge than it did in his first term as president. 

Despite horror stories and documented cases of the ravages fostered by illegal immigration pouring across Biden’s open border, from a deadly fentanyl crisis to increased human- and drug trafficking, advocates were more concerned with knocking Trump instead of fixing the problems.

“It is the QAnon-ization of border policy,” gaslighted Aaron Reichlin-Melnick of the American Immigration Council. “We are seeing a lot more talk about the border as a hub for child sex trafficking, even though there is effectively no evidence.”

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