July 23, 2018
If it goes to court, you must deport.
Yeah, sure, illegal invaders are a problem. They’re bringing crime, they’re bringing drugs, they’re rapists.
And yes, all these programs to bring legal immigrants from shithole countries need to be stopped, whether it’s asylum seekers, the diversity lottery or H1B visas.
But even if all of these issues were fixed, we’d still have a huge problem: our country is still full of brown people who got citizenship through fraud, as well as the machinations of our treasonous elites.
All of these people need to be stripped of their citizenship and sent back to their respective shitholes.
The Trump administration is stepping up efforts to curb legal immigration, taking a series of actions in recent weeks that could lead to deportation for people already granted citizenship.
Feels so, so good.
We need squads going through all our cities with a fine-tooth comb, searching for anyone with skin browner than a vanilla latte. Then we strip those suckers of their citizenship as we pack them on cargo boats heading for the nearest shithole country.
The director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) — an office established in 2003 to process immigrant applications for visas, work permits, green cards and citizenship — told The Associated Press recently that the agency is hiring dozens of lawyers and immigration officers to review cases of immigrants who are suspected of having lied to officials during the naturalization process.
That’s going to be pretty much all of them.
I’ve seen these people trying to fill immigration forms (don’t ask). They can barely understand the questions, let alone answer them accurately. You take any of these documents and examine them long enough, and you’ll find incorrect information.
In other words, there’s potentially millions of brown people here who could be stripped of their citizenship, as long as we hire enough lawyers to go through their documents. Presumably, these lawyers would be paid by commission, receiving a few grand for every brown person deported.
“Check this out. I got this guy deported, but since his whole extended family was staying here with him, I got paid for all of them! I made 35 grand in one afternoon!”
The office made public on July 5 a memo announcing its plan to start issuing notices to appear for a wider range of cases. Those notices, which require an immigrant to appear before an immigration judge on a certain date, can be the first step in deportation proceedings.
Experts say that policy change, coupled with what came next, could vastly expand the number of individuals being referred for removal.
PHYSICAL REMOVAL PROTOCOL: ENGAGED.
The agency said last week that starting Sept. 11 its adjudicators will have the ability to outright deny applications that are missing information. That’s a departure from an Obama-era policy of sending requests for more evidence or issuing a warning of their intent to deny the application.
“The memos are really, layer by layer, going after people who are in line doing the right things,” Anastasia Tonello, president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, said.
If they were doing the “right thing,” they’d be working to make their shithole countries better instead of fleeing to mooch off of the White race.
We’re going after people who are trying to leech off us, and aren’t even capable or willing to fill forms properly.
The administrative changes highlight how Trump officials, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions and White House adviser Stephen Miller, aren’t just seeking to curtail illegal immigration — they’re also taking steps against naturalized citizens in an effort to reduce the number of foreign-born residents in the U.S.
What did you think “Make America Great Again” meant, retards?
Hint: it means getting rid of brown people.
I have to say, this sort of action goes beyond my expectations. I thought the Trump administration would merely deport some illegals and build the wall. But there’s been all this talk of stopping the diversity lottery, H1B visas, and even ending birthright citizenship.
And now, we’re talking about revoking citizenship – something I’d never imagine happening within Trump’s administration, let alone the first half of his first term.
This truly is the best timeline.