The democrats in Washington — and all across the country — are seemingly opposed to Trump’s immigration plan for no reason.
They claim that tightening our immigration policy, you know, by actually following our laws, will harm innocent people.
What they don’t admit is that those “innocent” people are actually aliens who have come to this country illegally.
The democrats want them here because they hope they’ll vote for them in future elections — also illegal.
But what democrats frequently ignore is the massive crime epidemic brought on by drug cartels who easily cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
Despite the tireless efforts of border patrol officers and ICE, drug runners, gang members, and human traffickers have a relatively easy time entering the United States.
The open border allows shocking amounts of drugs and violence to spill into our country. We know that Mexico is hardly doing its job of cracking down on these gangs and cartels; often we learn they are working for them.
So it falls to the United States to root out these criminal organizations and stop them from entering the country.
Each day we are learning more reasons why we need Trump’s plan.
From Joe for America:
Authorities recently located 15 marijuana plantations, including 77,000 plants, that had been established by members of the Mexican Los Zetas drug cartel, according to Breitbart…
The 15 marijuana cultivation sites spanned at least nine counties in the eastern region of the state, including Smith, according to the Tyler Morning Telegraph…
The DEA’s formula for estimating the amount of marijuana seized showed that the Los Zetas plants would have produced about 169,400 pounds of marijuana, which would be worth about $600 per pound, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
That would make the haul worth more than $101.6 million.
That amount of drugs is simply staggering. The fact that they were able to establish plantations in the United States is unacceptable.
This has been going on for years, a clear sign that under Obama, criminal enterprises thrived.
His deliberately weak stance on illegal immigration and the border allowed criminals to cultivate hundreds of millions of dollar worth of drugs to sell throughout the U.S.
Only now that our border protection agents have been allowed to do their jobs under President Trump are we learning about the extent of the drug cartels’ influence in America.
Yet the liberals want you to ignore these revelations.
Only when we can erect a permanent barrier between us and these cartels will we stand a chance at turning the tide. And as MRA has reported before, Trump can use the money confiscated from these types of drug busts to help build it.
Capturing and deporting illegals is not enough. We need to dismantle these operations and prevent them from sprouting up again.