Donald Trump, “We are going to send them back where they came from”

Donald Trump,  “We are going to send them back where they came from”

Donald Trump, “We are going to send them back where they came from”

Saturday, Donald Trump told Americans that he is not retreating on illegal immigration by declaring in Iowa that “on Day 1, I’m going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country.

“We are going to send them back to where they came from,” the GOP Presidential nominee said at Senator Joni Ernst’s annual “Roast and Ride” event in Des Moines.

“On this path, we will always err on the side of protecting American people.

“We will use immigration laws to prevent crimes — and we will not wait until some innocent American has been harmed or killed before taking action.

“We will move justly, but we will move fast, believe me, and we will move tough,” Trump said.

Donald Trumps remarks came at the end of a week during which he was attacked by both conservatives and liberals who said he had softened his stance on immigration.

Thursday in a national TV interview he rebuked the criticism, saying in fact he is— “hardening” his position and that “there’s no path to legalization unless people leave the country.”

He also reiterated his vow to build a wall on the US border with Mexico.

In going after criminal illegals, the Donald Trump said that those included aliens who have been released into communities around the country under “the incompetent Obama-Clinton administration.”

“These international gangs of thugs and drug cartels will be, and I promise you we are going to get rid of these people, Day 1, before the wall, before anything,” he said.

“You go to some places and you will see that the reign of terror will be over, it will be over fast.”

He added that a Trump Administration will “institute nationwide e-Verify” to “stop illegal immigrants from accessing welfare and entitlements and develop an exit system to ensure that anyone who overstays their visas are quickly removed.”

Donald Trump also pledged to cancel President Barack Hussein Obama’s executive actions on immigration and slammed Democrat Hillary Clinton for supporting the President’s policies.

“Most alarmingly, she has pledged to keep President Obama’s executive amnesty, which has been blocked by the Supreme Court,” Mr. Trump said. “Beyond that, she’s pledged to add another executive amnesty in violation of both congressional law and the United States Constitution.

“These actions from Hillary Clinton will trigger a crisis greater than almost anything we have seen,” he added.

Friday, Donald Trump said that the upcoming release of hacked e-Mails by WikiLeaks “sounds like it’s going to be very, very earth-shattering” for Hillary Clinton and that he would “seriously” consider keeping the email investigation open if he won in November.

“I have no idea,” what WikiLeaks plans to release, but I can imagine that it would be very bad.”

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a virtual tie, according to the USC Dornsife/LA Times tracking poll.

Mr. Trump owns the slight edge over Mrs. Clinton: 44.3% to 43.6%.

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2 Responses to "Donald Trump, “We are going to send them back where they came from”"

  1. Todd Elliott Koger   August 27, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    Donald Trump wants to make it abundantly clear, as the “centerpiece” of his domestic agenda he wants not just legal equity for blacks; not just equality as a right and theory; but equality as a fact and equality as a result.

    Donald Trump’s has made a commitment to use the federal purse . . . Not in the traditional “colorblindness” approach to infrastructure rhetoric that has benefitted every ethnic community but black neighborhoods. But, as leverage to correct unequal life chances that renders black life meaningless for black youth.

    The democratic policies that control the majority of America’s troubled inner-cities have created a poverty trap for black boys and girls, passing from one generation to the next.

    The remedy requires overt policy measures from the White House designed specifically for black neighborhoods that will work to improve productivity characteristics and the attitudes of those who control the education and training, and hiring of black youth.

    The promise of Donald Trump’s “outreach to black America” is his direct challenge of the Democratic Party’s “colorblindness” approach to doing things, which denies the realities of structural and systemic inequality and renders the needs of the black community invisible.

    Mr. Trump believes that Democratic Party’s “colorblindness” approach has routinely privileged every ethnic community in America and regardless of intent has disadvantaged black neighborhoods.

    Mr. Trump believes the “first step” was to illuminate the needs of black America. Now he wants to bridge ethnic differences and build a new stronger nation based on inclusion, equity, justice and respect for diversity.

    Mr. Trump offers proactive solution to address job creation, revitalization of K-12 education, making college more affordable, and the like. His proposal will strengthen family bonds, economic mobility, and full engagement as a weapon against the epidemic of black homicide, gun violence, and poverty.

    Mr. Trump wants to build alliances to expand opportunities for unemployed blacks to enter the workforce and make an investment in their community. He wants to enact tax cuts for small businesses, offer incentives to hire inner-city residents, and put resources in place to support starting and sustaining “Main Street” business development.

    Mr. Trump wants every black boy and girl who wants to work to be provided with a quality education that will enable them to work. His proposal is a commitment to remove blight, rebuild neighborhoods, and to ensure black families an equitable chance of home ownership.

    No matter what Mr. Trump says or how the Democrats interpret it . . . asserting “everything is good in black America” is dishonest.

  2. Paul Ebeling   August 28, 2016 at 7:56 am

    Thank you Todd.

    I have watched the Democrats inflict their pain on the Black community since the Johnson Act of 1954, the New Frontier of JFK was a failure in that it did not happen, but the Great Society was a massive failure because is did happen. This all in the name of political power to progressive Democrats in the Age of the 3rd Household of Globalization.

    The Trump presidency will reverse this step in Globalization the west, just as WWI did in 1914. We have already seen the common sense of the UK voters in the “surprise” Leave vote in July, that has shaken the progressives to the core.

    There is no question that the socialist experiment in Europe has failed, and a Sarcozy victory in France will continue the transition back to regional markets.

    I do expect that there will be a continuing alignment with Russia, China, Japan, South Korea and the ASEAN cooperation nations along with the power of the RMB Yuan and the AIIB.

    All the best,


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