Living Illegally In The US No Longer Justifies Deportation


With nearly 3 million illegal aliens crossing our southern border last year, and another 3 million expected in 2022, the time to defend our republic is swiftly running out.

Human traffickers, drug dealers, cartel members, foreign nationals from countries that sponsor terrorism, and others are all part of this invasion. Many are charged with armed robbery, drunk driving, burglary, cocaine trafficking, grand theft auto, heroin trafficking, credit card fraud, money laundering, as well as other offenses once they are apprehended and released in the United States.

It is against the law to promote or help any illegal alien attempting to enter the United States outside of our designated entry points or after they have already entered.

Despite the fact that the United States has passed immigration rules, Every day, Congress, the federal government, and liberal state legislators disobey the law under the guise of prosecutorial discretion.

The long-standing authority of an agency responsible with enforcing the law to select where to focus its resources and whether or not to pursue the law against an individual is known as prosecutorial discretion (PD). OPLA depends on PD and other variables to inform its decision-making as the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) advocate before the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) in exclusion, deportation, and removal proceedings.

We must begin the process of dismantling our federal government. Then, to begin with, we should close our borders, stop all immigration, and begin deporting all illegal aliens.