October 26, 2018
These people certainly aren’t fleeing hunger.
I can tell you that.
So what are they fleeing?
Not having welfare. This is the most transparent swindle in the history of immigration scams.
So let’s get the caravan back in focus.
We can deal with the bomb hoax thing in a little bit.
It doesn’t really matter if judges try to block this or whatever. It just matters that Trump makes a move. Actually, if judges try to block it before the midterms, then he can campaign on stopping the meddling judiciary.
Fixated on the migrant caravan moving north through Mexico, President Trump is weighing a plan to shut the U.S. border to Central Americans and deny them the opportunity to seek asylum, asserting similar emergency powers used during the early 2017 “travel ban,” according to administration officials and people familiar with the proposal.
The White House is also preparing to deploy as many as 1,000 additional U.S. troops to assist in security operations at the southern border in anticipation of the caravan’s arrival, officials said.
Under U.S. law, foreign nationals fleeing persecution have the right to apply for asylum once they reach American soil, but the executive order under consideration would suspend that provision and bar Central Americans as a matter of national security, according to those familiar with the proposal.
What are they fleeing persecution for? Who is persecuting them?
Cenk the Turk said in his debate with Tucker that they were like Jews fleeing the Holocaust.
Even if you believe in that idiotic Jew nonsense about fake shower room gas chambers, Honduras isn’t gassing people. The country is run by Jews.
Such a move would probably trigger immediate challenges in U.S. courts.
With the midterm elections two weeks away, Trump has seized on the migrant caravan as a vehicle for his own campaign messaging, depicting the Central American families as dangerous criminals and Democrats as their enablers.
According to a draft of the proposed rule reviewed by The Washington Post, the administration argues that the president can use his authority under Section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to declare certain migrants ineligible for asylum because it “would be contrary to the national interest” and “detrimental to the interests of the United States.”
The section is the same legal authority he invoked during the travel ban.
Several administration officials cautioned that the proposal is not yet finalized and is one of several measures under consideration. Taken together, they could help physically and legally fortify the southern border in anticipation of the arrival of large numbers of migrants the president characterizes as a threat.
“The Administration is considering wide range administrative, legal and legislative options to address the Democrat-created crisis of mass illegal immigration,” said a White House official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive internal discussions. “No decisions have been made at this time,” the official said. “Nor will we forecast to smugglers or caravans what precise strategies will or will not be deployed.”
Said another administration official when asked about the Central America ban, “Everything is on the table.”
The argument from the Jew judges is that Trump is DEFINITIVELY ALLOWED TO BAN EVERYONE, but he cannot do it based on racial hatred. They then cite various tweets of his to show he is driven by racial hatred, and that means he cannot ban people.
It is something something something the civil rights of people who are not even American citizens.
That is literally the argument.
It is like if a police officer pulls you over and you’re like “what’s the problem, officer, was I speeding?” and he’s like “no, you were driving exactly the speed limit, but we suspect based on various tweets you’ve made that you were thinking about hatred for brown people while you were driving, which means it is illegal for you to drive the speed limit.”
They have invented this entirely new standard specifically for President Trump, but I will not be at all surprised if they start applying it to other things – legal things will be declared illegal if it is decided that you had a racist intent to do a legal thing.
But yeah, anyway – the courts attacking an executive order on the ability of the President to exercise executive power to block immigrants would be a good thing, because he can just say “look, I just appointed a new Supreme Court Justice, and this case is going there.”
The Supreme Court already said the Moslem ban was legal, and disregarded the lower court’s claim that it denied civil rights to non-citizens.
I think the media is probably ready to drop the bomb story anyway, as it is necessarily going to fall apart as soon as people start asking whether or not these bombs were actually real.
When the lying fed conspirators eventually have to admit that this was not a series of “failed bombings” and in fact some kind of practical joke, then not only does the story stop working but the “false flag” nature of it becomes much more obvious.
Furthermore, when they release that information, someone is going to be asking “why the hell did you wait this long to tell us that?”
Both sides are ready to move back to the caravan. I’m thinking we can win there.