Sada at a meeting with dreamers last month in Mexico City. Sada at a meeting with dreamers last month in Mexico City.

Mexico will lobby on behalf of ‘dreamers’

Mexico 'deeply regrets' Trump administration's cancelation of program

Mexico will lobby the United States Congress to protect young immigrants known as dreamers after yesterday’s announcement to scrap the law that protects them from deportation, a move that could see hundreds of thousands forced to return to their country of birth.

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President Donald Trump’s administration said it would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy in March 2018, giving Congress six months to come up with a legislative alternative.

Almost 800,000 dreamers — most of them Mexicans — have benefitted from the program introduced by former president Barack  Obama in 2012.

President Enrique Peña Nieto said his government “deeply regrets” the program’s cancelation and promised via Twitter that Mexico “stands alongside them.”

Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray said the Mexican government would focus its efforts on lobbying the U.S. Congress to guarantee legal certainty for the young immigrants before the six-month timeframe has passed, adding that it may turn to international law for support.

He indicated that Mexico not only deeply regrets the phasing out of the DACA program but is very concerned about the immigrants’ legal uncertainty.

“The government of Mexico clearly understands that immigration policy decisions in the United States are solely for U.S. citizens and their institutions. However, we cannot ignore the fact that the majority of these young people, more than 600,000, were born in Mexico. Therefore, we have a moral imperative to act through diplomatic channels . . . .”

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Yesterday’s announcement coincided with the final day of the second round of NAFTA renegotiation talks but Videgaray said it would not affect that process.

Mexico’s ambassador to the United States, Gerónimo Gutiérrez, also stressed that Mexico would defend the dreamers’ rights, saying at a press conference that the federal government will ensure they have “adequate representation.”

However, if it were necessary for them to return to Mexico, he said they would do so under the “best conditions” while a government statement said that “Mexico will receive dreamers who return to our country with open arms.”

The head of Mexico’s largest university described the DACA cancelation as a sign of xenophobia and hate. Enrique Graue Wiechers, rector of the National Autonomous University, said the problem would be identifying where the youths wished to go upon arriving in Mexico and finding them spaces in the educational system.

Undersecretary for North American relations Carlos Manuel Sada said that a special labor bank would be created for returning dreamers. Loans at preferential rates, national and international scholarships, access to education without unnecessary bureaucratic procedures, revalidation of studies completed in the U.S. and access to health care will also be available to returnees.

While Mexico is taking steps to help dreamers integrate into Mexican society should the need arise, Sada expressed concern that changes to legislation could unleash a “witch hunt” aimed at dreamers whose permission to be in the United States under DACA had expired.

Dreamers are officially described as undocumented migrants who arrived in the U.S. before the age of 16 and have lived there since June 15, 2007. They had to be under 30 when the dreamers policy was enacted in 2012.

Source: Reforma (sp), El Universal (sp)

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  • cooncats

    In the first place, Trump didn’t cancel the program and it was illegal to begin with. For those who do not understand the U.S. system of governance, the POTUS does not have the right to write his own laws or change enacted laws. This is totally within the purview of the Congress. Trump has given said Congress six long months to properly enact a legal immigration reform which would include some form of DACA.

    I keep wondering why Mexico continues to have this idea that its citizens have the right to enter the U.S. without benefit of legal papers while being very firm with the folks coming in the opposite direction that not only had we better have said legal papers we had also better come fully prepared and capable of supporting ourselves without any government assistance. I also wonder when Mexico is going to face the massive failure of its own government and business community to build a nation whose citizens don’t have to leave home to survive.

    Unfortunately, I think a lot of people are being taken in by the diversionary scapegoating of the U.S. by the governing elite here in what appears to be a largely successful attempt to distract the people from the foregoing double standard and failure to provide for its own.

    • Mike S

      First, those who came to the US many years ago were lured by promises of higher paying jobs and no labor hiring law enforcement. That suited the GOP business wing just fine because they loved the cheap good labor and the easy union busting. The enforcement against business owners, Big Ag, food processors, restaurants, landscaping companies, construction labor et al was non-existent. Those young children brought by their parents had no say in the matter and Americanized quickly- mostly through school over the years. Finally starting in 2008, there was a crack-down on labor hiring, recent arrivals, and law-breakers… deportations shot up and big numbers were added to the border patrol and ICE. Number of undocumented residents started declining. Those lured north and their children had put roots down after ten plus years (some 20 & 30 years).. Now Trump and pontificating a-holes like coon want all those young people uprooted and deported to a country they never knew. This is pure demagoguing for Trump’s bigoted political base. As far as I’m concerned, those American Dreamers are far better and more productive members of our society than Trump’s base of angry, bigoted, ignorant, gullible, deplorables with addiction problems actually believing Mexicans had something to do with the GREAT BUSH RECESSION or losing their lob because of automation.
      We owe them a path to permanent residency.

      • ben

        owe them zero. if they are soo productive then mexico should be thrilled to have them. maybe they will change mexico for the better? how do you know who trumps base really is? what the media shows you? we all dont go to rallies & scream “lock her up”- heard of the “friends of abe”? james woods? clint eastward? jackie mason? young conservative groups on college campuses? the newright? libertarians? conservative jews? conservative blacks? we didnt vote for trump the man we voted for his ideas. regardless, the white rust belt should be angry, they are correct. they dont care about 63 genders & all this other bullsxxt. no one wants to be replaced.

        • Mike S

          We each have our own opinions of who and what mostly constitutes Trump’s 35% and declining “true believers”. All Trumpeteers are not racists, but I never net a racist who was not a Trump supporter. Americans overall do NOT support a mass deportation of the 800k dreamers who were brought here as children. Most of them are the innocent victims of a very flawed immigration system the 22 years after Reagan’s large “amnesty” of bill of 1986 until 2008 when the border tightened for new arrivals and deportations for criminal offences was stepped up… and many a decade before who were enticed here with jobs and no fear of labor hiring laws or deportation. Reagan’s amnesty law was overall considered a failure. We have a moral responsibility for looking the other way those 30 years while allowing immigrants to freely come in and hiring them with impunity. Those children who are here through no decisions of their own and have proven productive and law abiding deserve a path to legality. I’m all for orderly immigration and a secure border and that has been happening as undocumented residents have been declining the last 8 years- mostly new arrivals and law breakers. Over-stays are now the big problem. Trump made a crisis out of something that was slowly fixing itself because he is a conman without morals.

          • ben

            the med students can work @ a mex hospital. make room for US citizens to go to college. let the corps help the rest who are sent back to mex. they can send them monthly checks. then mex gets US remittance money. not my problem. not my culture. not my concern. when the mex gov cares about me maybe i will reconsider my views. its not oneworld- yet.

          • Commander Barkfeather

            Then perhaps we should change “e pluribus, unum” (out of many, one) to “omnis homo sibi” (every man for himself).

          • ben

            every country has immigration laws. ask mexico. the laws were very strict in 1900.

          • ben

            self hating white man go put ur $ where ur mouth is, just die off.

          • ben

            re read, our citizens come first.

          • ben

            2 years ago i said: if DT can do 30% of what he promices thats all i expect. i cannot speak for the rest of his base. no matter how ignorant you think they are, they have a good point. they want factories back in their towns. for the first time in my adult cosmopolitan life, i understand “flyover” as for “we” have a responsibiltiy, speak for yourself. let the corps support them when they return to mex. they invited illegals in, let them help them get out.

          • 101st

            I think you have a reading disability, Mike.

          • Mike S

            I can read just fine. Maybe you have a problem with critical thinking skills and confusing compassion, morals, & kindness with weakness.

    • Commander Barkfeather

      Let’s get our timeline straight here. There was no way a Republican congress would pass (or even initiate) DACA legislation, so President Obama allowed enforcement to lapse via presidential proclamation. This is what Trump undid, thereby dropping the issue back into congress’s lap. Perhaps linguistically Trump did not cancel any program but in essence he threw the “dreamers” under the ipso facto bus. Forced to do the heavy lifting, it remains to be seen whether a Republican congress has the wherewithal to reverse a popular Obama policy… like health care. Finally… Trump is a hyena.

      • Commander Barkfeather

        Wait a minute! I’m not finished yet! Whether or not Mexico can “face the massive failure of its own government and business community” is beside the point. I would be the first to agree with you that Mexico’s number one problem is corruption in high places. But I was born in the USA, and the USA is better than that. The USA is the great melting pot, home of the Statue Of Liberty, “… and her name Mother Of Exiles,” (from a lesser known portion of Emma Lazarus’ poem). “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Before I can accept Donald Trump as President, I’m going to have to see his birth certificate.

        • ben

          its a poem not a law. have you read the poets other essays? she said no european jews or negros. she was sephardic. legal is not same as UNvetted. go back to the drawing board.

          • Commander Barkfeather

            Ben, Ben… I’m going to need a little documentation on “no european jews or negros.” You are showing me that you know even less about Emma Lazarus, than you do about the diverse makeup of the US. You are correct though: it is not a law. Neither is Jefferson’s (et al) Declaration Of Independence. They are just words. But they are words that should inspire every American. They are words that laws should be based upon.

          • ben

            sephardics resented the european jews, especially the russians. they were the first jews in NY. dec of independence was written into our laws. its a summary. there is no law that says we have to accomodate everyone who makes it across the border & brings their child. (or brings drugs either). if you have a problem, take it up w/ mexico. ask them why people have to do that? (on your tax $). hope this answers your questions, makes you think a bit. your resentment should lie w/the country who wont take care of its own people. not me.

          • TioDon

            FOLKS, see the little dash and arrow next to Commander Blowhard’s name? Click on the arrow and click on “block user”…..now…….don’t you feel better?

        • Mike S

          A wise statesman speaks:

          Former President Barack Obama on Tuesday bashed his successor’s decision to rescind an immigration order shielding some children of undocumented immigrants from deportation, calling the move “cruel” and “self-defeating.”

          “To target these young people is wrong — because they have done nothing wrong,” Obama wrote in a post on Facebook hours after the decision was announced by President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “It is self-defeating — because they want to start new businesses, staff our labs, serve in our military, and otherwise contribute to the country we love. And it is cruel.”
          “It’s a political decision, and a moral question,” Obama wrote. “Whatever concerns or complaints Americans may have about immigration in general, we shouldn’t threaten the future of this group of young people who are here through no fault of their own, who pose no threat, who are not taking away anything from the rest of us.”

          • DeplorableVI

            Obama the coward did nothing for poor Americans and even less for so called Dreamers. Obama has ADS and there is nothing lasting after 8 years.

          • Mike S

            Obamacare still stands and will be the segue to single payer. Obama got us over some dire financial waters. Obama gave us peace for 8 years. Obama launched a green/clean/renewable energy revolution that Trump is now trying to undo. Obama reduced our undocumented population. Obama got our car industry off the ropes.Obama kept our alliances strong and centered. Obama stopped Iran’s nuclear program. Obama set the defeat of ISIS in motion without a huge US land army. Obama saw Putin for what he is and successfully sanctioned Russia over Ukraine. Obama reformed Wall Street with Dodd-Frank. Obama correctly and morally put DACA in place. Obama graced the White House with dignity, class, truth, and great oratory skills.The First Family and Michelle were a great moral example for the country. Obama’s approval rating first 10 months: 70%. Trump’s 34%. Obama wasn’t perfect and made some mistakes, but he was/is light-years better than Trump. And remember he had a fully obstructionist Congress to work with and FAUX News attacking him 24/7. Dream on Deplorable.

          • Commander Barkfeather

            Barack Obama should be on Mount Rushmore; a natural progression of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Lincoln, and Obama. Trump should be in Leavenworth.

          • ben

            trump is the winston churcill of our time. hes our gert wilders.

          • TioDon

            Wow, Mike, I’m surprised people can understand your gibberish with that small black thing in your mouth……

          • 101st

            His job was to help divide and conquer the American people.

          • Helena Boxer

            And trump is doing just that.

          • TioDon

            Obuckwheat isn’t wise, was never a statesman and it’s even questionable that it’s a man…Stateswoman, statesfreak?????

        • Sid Ishus

          Wasn’t aware that a poet was responsible for our immigration policy.

    • ben

      fact: many DACA’s are gangbangers who have been arrested for serious crimes. since the PD lets them go, they are not convicted. they never get deported by ICE. by the law they can be removed by ICE. the mayors will not allow this, the drug payoff $ is too good. fact: illegals get free college and med school. because of diversity, others w/much higher scores get passed over. the US will have badly trained doctors. where does it end? fact: illegals/undocumented work as licensed attornies in the US. they work as journalists, have college degrees. they go on TV. so much for “living in the shadows”. media says they are sooo good for the US. maybe they would be good for mexico? fact: many DACA’s are between 25-36. some dont have proof of age. no proof of when they entered the US. fact: the flow of illegal 3rd world aliens was over the top after reagans ammesty in 1987. you couldnt even get into a taxie in NYC. this new WH DACA will also be a replay of 2014 when 120,000 young minors, pregnant teens, drug dealers, gangs, who crossed border. the heroin & crime problem is thru the roof outside of boston & thru the USA. dont forget the disease epidemics that unvetted people bring. another ammesty & you can count on saying bye to the USA. Oooooo, but its about the chiilllldren…….never about the victims. last but not least, they can bring in their families. bennie

      • Mike S

        Total nonsense

        • ben

          when you go to a bad neigborhood in the US get back to me.

      • Helena Boxer

        fact: You, Ben, wouldn’t know a fact if it slapped you upside your empty head.

        • cooncats

          Fact-you offer no facts in refutation to Ben’s post.

          • Helena Boxer

            See above, cooncat.

        • ben

          naive lately? or just in denial? been to a bad neighborhood lately? didnt think. soooo STFU. if you havnt walked the walk stop the talk.

          • Helena Boxer

            Moron lately? Where’s the proof of your so-called facts? So you think all of these drug dealers, gang bangers go to medical or law school here for free? Apparently you’re not aware that there are qualifications to get into college and medical school but that doesn’t surprise me. Seems you don’t have a high school degree yet alone a college degree otherwise you wouldn’t be making such asinine comments. Many of these so-called drug dealers and gang bangers have served in our military, some have given their life, protecting people like you. Have you ever served? I doubt it. Who forces the idiots in this country to become addicted to drugs? Sorry, but no one forces anyone. I could go on but I won’t, but I’d love to know where you come up with all your BS.

          • ben

            illegals get free tuiton. ask any activist group. since they are “colored persons”, they get “affirmative action”. since they are “non documented” they are ahead of the afro americans on the “affirmative action” victim list. “diversity” comes before qualifications. the standards are lower to accomdate. they have to fill a quota, in colleges & the job market. whites w/higher albility are passed over. its about the mumbers. this was done 40 years ago when men were passed over for women. newsflash: the drugs come from mexico & central america, the gangs distribute. who do you think does this? the tea party? must be those frisky amish, the ones w/the facial tattoes. america first, citizens first. every president has said this than walked it back. even sec of state “H” said this, see @ you tube. you’re w/her, so have a look. gullible sheeple you are. a traitor as well. im sure you live in meciko where you are free of the evil patriotic whiteman. you can be self rightious, patronize the noble natives. gee, i thought you people protested the draft?

          • ben

            when you name call you lost the arugument. do you have an argument? you never heard of affirmative acion? WTF? i know people who live outside of 2 major NE cities. the neigborhoods are drug havens. guess who are the victims? decent working latino people. most are legal, some not. many news vids in english& spanish about the problem. matter of fact some are pro trump because of this. vids about the protests. they were not protesting DACA but the fact that this gang probem exists. the mayor of NYC & boston do zero. same w/california. there are over 300,000 vicious gang members from mex/central across america. i dont care if they are legal, illegal, anchor babies or DACA they can go. you never saw a bad neighborhood in your life. its all NPR & public TV.

      • Mike S

        Let your fear go. Undocumented residents who commit serious crimes are deported 95% of the time and illegals have violent crime rates half the national average. We are talking about a group of 800k Dreamers who were brought here as kids many many years ago. Most have US born siblings. Very very few are criminals or welfare cases- way below national averages. All have been Americanized and know no other country. They have plenty of proof on how long they have been living in the US. Every child who excels in high school or community college should have a chance at college and non-citizens pay more and need outside funding. It’s what will keep America first…not a mentally ill lying bigot like Trump.

        • ben

          there ARE gang members who are in DACA. they may have been nice boys when they were younger, not now. the mayors & PD chiefs will not cooperate w/ICE. they arrest & release. therefore many do not get deported. @ one time they would return after being deported several times. if so many are doing so well in school they will be valuble for mexico. most of those speak 2 languages. many have computer & administration skills. we need to make room for americans in college & corps. enough of this diversity priority. btw, there are welfare cases, drunk drivers, & the usual. not everyone is einstein. youre reading too much of the NYT’s.

        • ben

          santuary cities do not deport anyone.

          • Mike S

            There are 60 sanctuary cities in the US including SF, NY, and Houston. Each city tends to have its own criteria on notifying ICE when a known undocumented is to be leased from jail. 95% of those detained are for minor violations such as driving without a license. ICE is generally notified when violent criminals, hard drug dealers, and those with long rap sheets are about to be released. Many cities use the Obama era “priority” guidelines. There are several reason many cities do this: 1. To keep trust among undocumented community to report and testify on crimes. 2. Many people detained have legitimate reasons for not being deported and are awaiting asylum trials (500,000 currently backed up to 2019). 3. Local police don’t want to be in the “immigration” business…they don’t have the resources. 4. Many cities that are not sanctuary cities bill the federal government for “housing” suspected undocumented immigrants and that was becoming a corrupt and inhuman money-maker for some city’s police/jail systems. Often people just don’t have their proper IDs and proof of pending immigration status on them. Obama exported record numbers of undocumented residents (mostly new arrivals and criminals); the total number of undocumented residents were declining under his 8 years. Trump has demagogued the issue to appeal to the imaginary fears of his base.

          • ben

            ICE is notified but in many cases their hands are tied. they catch & release. obama deported but they re entered. too bad, but its easier to deport most non serious criminals than dangerous drug distributers. when there are many murders in queens NY there is an issue. the gangs do initiation killings. guess who they kill? their latino neighbors. the parks are dangerous. this was on the spanish NYC news station. same for many towns outside of boston. the full body tattoed boys are hangin out. mexico protects their drug business so does the US. thats why they are not deported. PD wont let ICE do their job. 300,000 gang members in US from s.amer/centamer/ mex. thats the way it rolls. the white working class mostly fled from these areas.

          • Mike S

            Number of Mexican undocumented residents in US went down during the Obama Administration. He prioritized new arrivals and law breakers. What don’t you understand about those simple facts? You are making all kinds of fearful conjectures not backed up by facts.

          • Mike S

            “Gangs” is a very loose and general term going all the way back to West Side Story. Some are violent looking for trouble and some much more benign.
            ​”​More than 1.4 million Americans are wearing the colors of more than 33,000 gangs across the country, according to a report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

            Based on evidence from federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement, the FBI says gangs commit 48% of violent crime, and are only becoming more dangerous. ​A lot of the violence is between gangs for drug turff​ and a lot for prtection in poor communities.Some even source weapons from the military.​” The neo-Nazis and KKK and other white supremacist groups can be loosely classified as gangs.

            Generally, gangs begin and are a product of prison survival. The US has the largest prison population per capita in the world by far. Millions have been incarcerated for petty drug crimes and then get “educated” in prison survival. Many immigrants end up in jail for vehicle violations. Maybe we should think in terms of rehabilitation and decriminalizing petty drug users and treat that as a health problem. Of course the poor without decent legal representation have the highest incarceration rates. It’s a problem no “wall” is going to prevent.

          • ben

            gangs extort from their own people. M13 takes 34% from the vendors. they dont protect they extort. wall works for israel it will work for us. wall is on southern mex border. stop being an apologist, mexico is not sending its best. we son tneed them. 300,000 M13 thats enough for me. even the legal ones have to go. petty drug users were not mentioned in my comment. stop deflecting. we cant deport the bloods & the crips, but we should have picked our own cotton. no apologies, no rationalization. im from brooklyn we know what time it is. its 1o mins to midnight.

      • ben

        forgot to mention: many DACAS are from remote parts of mexico & central america. they cant even speak spanish. they are illiterate as well. they are all not high achievers but low & no skilled workers. the $ spent on interpreters (for the parents & the children) & health care is huge.

  • Güerito

    So, in the NAFTA negotiations, the Canadian and US delegations are trying to get Mexico to improve work conditions and increase wages for Mexican workers. Mexico says NO.

    Here with DACA and illegal immigration, the Mexican government is trying to force the US to keep millions of Mexicans who fled north for greater opportunity and security.

    I guess that’s why most Mexicans realize their government doesn’t give a sh*t about them.

    • cooncats

      Exactly. The stupids here don’t realize all this Trump ranting by Mexicans is because they don’t want you to notice they’ve screwed their own people so bad that millions have had to leave to make a living. I’ve yet to meet a Mexican either there or here that wouldn’t rather be in their own country with their families.

      • Güerito

        Two days ago, news reports came out indicating Mexican federal government agencies stole hundreds of millions of dollars (USD) in government funds in just two years, 2013 and 2014. In a country where half the population lives in poverty and 20% of public schools lack electricity and 30% lack running water.

        Not a single government official has resigned or even bothered to deny their participation in this giant fraud.

        This is what Mexicans have come to expect from their government. Their cynicism toward all politicos surprised me when I first moved down here. It doesn’t surprise me anymore.

  • Mike S

    The worst part about Trump isn’t that he is a racist, bigot, sexist, unread, narcissist, inarticulate, ignorant, pathological lying, bullying, conman- it is that his base knows all this and doesn’t care. We have met the enemy and it is us.

    • cooncats

      Trump Derangement Syndrome–seek help.

      • ben

        pathological obsessive compulsive disorder. (POCD)? meanwhile, DT has not done one thing to damage the bloggers here. if they want to be victims, i have several suggestions.

    • jdwfinger

      the alternative was clinton.
      if these two were the best that the USA had to offer, then the country deserves anything and everything that happens to it.
      trump is a man that sold his soul, clinton is a woman that never had a soul.

  • DeplorableVI

    Mexico needs to start taking care of Mexicans. We have Mexicans living in every state who are busy begging for food and money to send home. Mexico forces these Mexicans into a country they share nothing with including language. Mexicans come to the US begging for food, money and mercy because Mexican politicians refuse to help them. No one treats poor Mexicans worse than wealthy Mexicans.

    • Mike S

      The issue here is not “fixing” Mx, it is what is the right thing to do with 800k Dreamers who for the most part speak English, are products of the American public school system, and are fully Americanized and do not know any other country. Their parents were lured here because we let it happen and labor laws were never enforced. These kids brought here as children have done nothing wrong; they have been here a long long time. Many of these kids serve in our military, work in our hospitals and labs, are doing well in college, and have good paying vital jobs. They are not criminals or welfare cases. Of all the problems facing America such as 60,000 dying from mostly prescription opiods, out-of-control gun homicides, global warming, an obesity epidemic, erosion of voting rights and gerrymandering, obscene wealth inequality, stagnant wages, mercantilism from China, and a nuclear psychotic N. Korea…why is the Orange Warthog and racist punk Sessions making a problem where there should be none. Renew DOCA and then give these good kids a path to some sort of legal status. Trump’s idea of turning this into some kind of suspenseful reality TV show while we await Congress or his decisions is incredibly stressful and unfair for these Dreamers.

      • DeplorableVI

        The issue with DACA isn’t 800k illegal alien thugs, its chain migrantion. With DACA comes chain migration and that’s unfair. First we say we can’t punish Dreamers who are innocent and brought here without choice. Like slaves. So we give the slaves freedom then grant his whole family with automatic citizenship. Unless we grant the entire extended family green cards when we give Dreamers amnesty it means we are ripping families apart. We can’t export job tax paying jobs while importing welfare dependent peasants. We have enough poor Americans to help.

        • Mike S

          Your racism just oozes out of your pores. The relatives Dreamers are close to are already here. Chain immigration is a totally different subject. It is easy to bring in elderly parents (who have no Medicare benefits) but not so easy to bring in siblings and it is a long process and has gotten harder in recent years. Maybe we should deport Melania, she was working here without a permit. Trump wants immigration only for highly qualified and educated people that business needs. How do high-priced model-mail-order-brides qualify as helping the middle class economy?

      • DeplorableVI

        It makes me wonder why we have to work so hard to keep all these people out. All from failed nations of colored people who love socialism. There’s not many Australians or Icelanders trying to sneak in. Just people from lawless nations and they bring their inborn lawlessness with them by violating our border, our laws and our culture.

  • cooncats

    For the DACA whiners, a little video for you to watch.

    https://youtu.be/6RXSlMu5EDI

  • jdwfinger

    The alternative was Clinton.
    If Clinton and Trump are the best that the USA had to offer, then the USA deserves anything and everything that happens to it. The American Dream and Way of Life is rapidly slipping away.
    Trump is a man that Sold his soul. Clinton is a woman that Never Had a Soul.
    The Barbarians are tearing down the walls and I don’t think it can or Should be stopped.

  • Veritas44

    They can legally go back to Mexico, does Mexico really “support” them?

  • ben

    why would dreamers want to be in a racist bigoted homophobic sexist country w/a hitler dictator? they should go back & not be subjected to that. go figure.

  • TioDon

    “Enrique Peña Nieto said his government “deeply regrets” the program’s cancelation and promised via Twitter that Mexico “stands alongside them.”

    “But just don’t stand in Mexico”, said the corrupt Pena Nieto”…..

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