Immigration Protections for 57,000 Hondurans Removed

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
May 6, 2018

More temporary immigration protections have been removed by the Department of Homeland Security. This latest announcement involves the removal of protections from 57,000 Hondurans living in the United States.


Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen announced Friday the termination of the program that has protected about 57,000 Hondurans in the U.S. from deportation since 1999.

That designation, known as Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, came in response to the deadly Hurricane Mitch in 1998, which killed an estimated 10,000 people in Honduras and launched a regional humanitarian crisis.

TPS was created by Congress 1990 to help people from societies wracked by civil conflict or natural disasters.

In a DHS statement, Nielsen said that she is delaying the effective date for termination of TPS for Hondurans for 18 months, until Jan. 5, 2020.

It’s really quite remarkable that these temporary protections were never lifted. The implementation of these specific protections occurred back in the 1990s over a hurricane. They should have been ordered back home years ago. It just looks like nobody wanted to issue this common sense order out of fear that Jews would call them racist or whatever.

Similar announcements have already been made regarding groups of Salvadorans and Haitians. It’s time for all of these aliens to go back to their shitholes where they belong.

These 57,000 Hondurans now have the unique opportunity to help make Honduras great again!

And besides, I’ve been told by the Jew-run media that the United States is a very racist country. So I’m not sure why these brown folks would want to be around large groups of racist White people. They’ll be happier in their shitholes with their own people and away from racist Whites. It is a definite win for all involved!